Aston Merrygold creates the 'perfect' lemon gin drink
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Aston Merrygold will appear on Channel Four’s Sunday Brunch this morning at 9:30am. The JLS singer will join his bandmates on the show as well as other celebrity guests, including Bill Bailey, Katherine Ryan, Mica Paris, and Craig David.
Aston Merrygold has always been slim, but this year he revealed he wasn’t happy with his body and wanted to change.
The singer took to social media to tell fans he had been “in the worst shape I’ve ever been in”.
Aston said he was unfit and feeling “sluggish, tired, useless”.
Therefore, he decided to undertake a 12-week body transformation to feel stronger and more confident.
Aston unveiled his new body transformation to fans in August earlier this year.
He posted before-and-after images of himself on Instagram.
Alongside the photographs, Aston’s caption read: “A few months ago I had got myself in the worst shape I’ve ever been in!
“Confidence was low, I felt sluggish, tired, useless and was unhappy ever time I looked in a mirror… and the worst part was I had severe ligament damage to my shoulder which left me in daily pain!
“It was easy to let excuse after excuse stop me from changing it… but one morning I woke up and just had to change it!”
The singer explained how he went about transforming his body, crediting a change in diet and fitness regime.
He said: “I started a 12 week programme which I’ve been going hard for six weeks.
“Eating clean and training as hard as I can (shoulder is still ropey, but we move) and I’m feeling strong, more confident and happier within myself than I have in years!
“I rarely show any side other than confidence being someone that came into the entertainment industry at a young age…having thick skin was always easy for me.
“But looking at my kids on a daily basis and getting to the point I was struggling to even lift them was killing me!
“So, I made a promise to myself I will never let that happen!”
Aston added: “I’m focused and waking up every day thankful, blessed and wanting to be a better version of myself than the day before!
“So, big up everybody that is hustling, working, fighting and striving to be better.”
There are many diets and fitness regimes that can contribute to weight loss and muscle gain.
To feel fitter and healthier, it is worth for slimmers to fit only a few minutes of exercise into their daily routines.
According to Dr Michael Mosley, a few minutes on a static bike every day is enough.
The nutrition expert previously told Express.co.uk: “I recommend just 10 minutes on a static bike three times a week, plus quick strengthening exercises which don’t require special equipment.
“In case you’ve never tried HIIT, it involves a few very short bursts of strenuous exercise carried out in succession, exercising in this way, can help improve your aerobic fitness in a relatively short time.
“If you don’t have an exercise bike you can try pedalling on your road bike furiously up a hill, running up the stairs, or doing short sprints when out on a run, just pick up your walking pace until you are breathing hard.
“The main thing is that these bursts should be brief – 30 seconds maximum when it comes to the stairs, or running, – but hard enough to get your heart rate up.”
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