Keep your diet lean, lift weights and always stretch: David Beckham's former personal trainer reveals how to get fit in just SEVEN days

Mail Online | 11/27/2017 | Sheree Mutton For Daily Mail Australia
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Summer is just a few days away and while some people manage to stay in shape all-year round, the rest of us are hoping to slim down before the bikini season starts.

Sydney celebrity personal trainer, Tegan Haining, who has worked with the likes of David Beckham, Jessica Gomes and Lara Stone in the past has revealed her top health and fitness tips to FEMAIL.

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Ms Haining says her new book, The 7 Day Quickie, is about getting back to basics.

'It's designed to get you motivated and moving again by improving your sleep, cleaning up the bad eating habits you've slipped back into and getting you stretched and strengthened with balanced exercise programs,' she tells FEMAIL.

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'I like to recommend people pick three new things to stick to until they become a new lifestyle habit and only then begin integrating more. This is how we can create lasting change, which doesn't overwhelm us,' she adds.

The 35-year-old former model says she tries to encourage her clients to achieve balance through moderation in their diets and consistency in exercise.

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'There is no point in smashing yourself everyday at the gym for three months, getting injured and then you can't do anything,' Ms Haining explains.

'There is also no point in telling yourself you will 'never eat something again', as I can guarantee you will, that week if not that day. Life is long and we are here to enjoy the things we love, we just need to learn moderation so that our health isn't affected by too much of the good stuff.

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'I believe in training twice a week in the gym with weights and doing two stretching sessions a week, weather its yoga, yin or fascia stretch therapy,' she adds.

'If we want to still be fit and active in our 60's, it's important to take...
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