Never exercise for longer than an hour, eat a LOT of fish and adopt the 80-20 diet: Global fitness icon reveals the Australian workout she swears by
Six years ago, fitness icon Paige Hathaway had never set foot inside a gym.
But now, the impossibly toned 29-year-old model boasts a following of over four million Instagram followers who are in awe of her ripped, lean physique.
The Oklahoma-born beauty visited Australia to celebrate her appointment as the face of F45 gyms and spoke to Daily Mail Australia about her remarkable rise to stardom and laser-focus commitment to keeping fit.
There is something to be said for collective misery – a wonderfully binding sense of fraternity possibly more uplifting than collective happiness. Such is the lure of F45, the fitness craze that just keeps on giving. Based in a basement gym on Tottenham Court Road, F45 offers 45-minute high-intensity workouts for £25 a class. Yes, not cheap, but, burning up to 800 calories per class and with some of the most motivational, fitness-mad trainers in the business (honestly, we’re a bit worried about them) completely worth it.
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Cementing their position as the fastest growing fitness concept in the world, F45 celebrates its fifth UK studio launch this year, with the opening of F45 Paddington.
F45 is the Australian group training class that’s taking over London. And it won’t be long before it takes over the UK. The 45-minute HIIT classes are a mix of cardio and strength moves that will challenge your body beyond what you think it’s capable of. With short, sharp intervals, there isn’t room to get bored. It also means you won’t be doing any one exercise long enough to hate it.
F45 Paddington joins Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon, Kingston, and Wandsworth, all of which incorporate the brand’s iconic group training concept, to deliver elements of high-intensity interval training (HIIT), circuit training, and functional movement.
You’ve been chomping on chicken and swerving peanuts for years, and suddenly you’re Paleo. You’ve been dallying with dumb bells every week not knowing you’re a resistance training veteran.
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Australian fitness franchise F45 is concentrating on growth in the US and UK as it approaches the 1,000 studio mark.
As of August this year the brand had 967 franchises in Australia and New Zealand (569), the Americas (267), Asia (75), Europe (43), the Middle East (9) and Africa (4).
The company expects to have 1,150 studios by the end of the year, breaking the 1,000 mark by the end of October.
There is something to be said for collective misery – a wonderfully binding sense of fraternity possibly more uplifting than collective happiness. Such is the lure of F45, the fitness craze that just keeps on giving
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Confession time. I’m not very good at remembering to add cardio into my training schedule. Tell me to get in the weights room five days a week and I’ll be there before you can blink, but tell me to add in two 30 minute HIIT sessions and I’ll resort to a toddler-esque strop. But when the opportunity came up to do a trial week at F45 Tottenham Court Road I decided to go for it. I mean, maybe a class situation would help stop the tantrums right?
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