Geordie Shore’s Holly Hagan reveals how she lost over 18lbs in 18 weeks WITHOUT dieting
HOLLY Hagan has detailed how she managed to shed over 18lbs in under five months.
The TV personality and influencer – who rose to fame on MTV's Geordie Shore – explained she'd managed to lose the weight without dieting.
Holly, 29, is looking shredded at the moment, having dropped weight she'd gained both enjoying herself over Christmas, and bulking for fitness reasons.
Prior to her weight loss, the star was already beautiful, but explained she needed to lose that weight to fit into her wedding dress.
Taking to her Instagram account – on which she boasts 4.1 million followers – Holly posted a story about her weight loss.
The graph showed that the star started her weight loss journey in December, gradually losing 1lb a week for a total of 18 weeks.
She wrote: "Today I hit my goal!!! 18lb down in 10weeks!"
Holly explained that whilst on some weeks she lost weight, during others "I didn't lose at all", and that "for 4 weeks I stayed the same but I kept going".
The star explained how she hadn't been on a special diet, and hadn't stepped in the gym "more than a handful of times".
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She'd simply stuck to a calorie deficit and "movement that I enjoy and could do daily without giving up".
Holly wanted to make it clear she doesn't believe being slimmer and leaner "doesn't mean I am at my peak health and fitness.
"I was WAY stronger 18lb heavier and I would say I preferred the way I felt in the gym at that time".
She continued: "Thinness/health/fitness they aren't mutually exclusive.
"There is absolutely no reason for me to be this weight all year round and I'm glad I've stopped fighting for that."
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