Pippa Middleton has been in the public eye since Prince Williams and Kate Middleton’s wedding ceremony.
Pippa Middleton appeared on the public scene on the day of her sister’s wedding. Where Kate Middleton’s dress was a topic of speculation, everyone noticed the younger Middleton sister too. Pippa looked stunning with her back button-down white dress on Prince Harry’s arm and people had to admit that that dress needed a perfect figure and Pippa had it.
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Pippa’s back side has received special attention in that regard and after a lot of curiosity and wonder as to her fitness, she has finally decided to share her secrets of fitness with the world. The Waitrose Food Market is Pippa’s favorite place to shop and she has collaborated with the Waitrose online and retail magazine to start writing a special column.
She will be working with a specialized nutritionist and her own personal trainer to give her readers recipes and exercise plans to stay in shape. The 31 years old philanthropist, socialite and entrepreneur confessed that she was not a Dukan follower and for her even 5 sessions of exercise per week is an amazing way to keep in shape.
"I grew up with the belief that good health is about moderation in all things, so I'll be celebrating healthy living through exercise, a balanced diet and a little of the naughty stuff sprinkled in -- I'm talking chocolate, crisps and the occasional glass of wine," she wrote.
"I've never done Dukan, attempted Atkins or exercised religiously seven days a week, but I do believe in making healthy choices -- keeping refined carbs such as white bread and pasta to a minimum, and sticking to sensible portion sizes."
She said that the recipes would sway to a little bit of fat food but they will mostly be healthy and light. Pippa has started of her column with a 30 minute schedule that includes ladders, plie squats, wall pushes and the classic plank. According to her this routine is guaranteed to make you notice a difference of you do it thrice a week.
"I know that if I fit in at least three, ideally five, sessions of exercise a week, be it a 30 minute run, an hour’s walk or a good game of tennis, it boosts my mood and energy, and helps me sleep and digest better. So I make it a priority, whatever the weather or my work schedule," Pipa continued.
Along with that Pippa would be writing in every issue of Waitrose. We do hope to get in shape with her amazing routines and diet plans. Her column is titled Body & Mind. It is available on all stores where Waitrose is available and it is also available for viewing on iPad
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