Chrissie Swan continues her fitness kick and adds ‘night walking’ to her exercise regimen after extraordinary weight loss
Radio star Chrissie Swan has added ‘night walking’ to her rigorous fitness regimen.
The 48-year-old, who has undergone a physical transformation in the past year, told fans on her Instagram that her evening strolls were a ‘newish pleasure’ and that she highly recommended the activity for others.
The media personality, who hosts Nova’s Chrissie, Sam and Browny breakfast show, accompanied the message with a smiling selfie.
Hitting the road: Chrissie Swan has added ‘night walking’ to her rigorous fitness regime
In the blurry photo, Chrissie is beaming widely while holding the camera up to catch a flattering angle.
She is carrying a yellow back pack wearing a light blue pullover and silver hoops with a matching silver chain.
Fans and followers were quick to comment on the photo, with many praising the star on her recent slim down and health kick.
‘What a difference the walking has made to your life,’ one comment read.
New look: Chrissie briefly touched on her weight loss in a recent interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly, revealing that Melbourne’s lengthy Covid lockdown was the catalyst for her health and fitness kick
‘You look amazing and guessing feel great. Keep it up legend,’ gushed another.
One follower even asked Chrissie if she carries weights in her backpack to create resistance while walking.
Chrissie briefly touched on her weight loss in a recent interview with The Australian Women’s Weekly, saying the ‘enormous’ lifestyle changes she’d made over the last year had improved her life in so many ways.
Active: Chrissie gave up alcohol as part of her health kick and took up daily 10km walks to improve her physical and mental health during Melbourne’s 112-day lockdown
‘I’m not going to talk about the size of my a**e. I’m not going to tell you what I eat in a day,’ she said.
‘Because I’ve read those stories and they make me feel bad about myself.’
However, the former BigBrother star confirmed Melbourne’s lengthy Covid lockdown was the catalyst for her health and fitness kick.
During the pandemic Chrissie gave up alcohol, turned to meditation and took up daily 10km walks to improve her physical and mental health.
Health and fitness kick: Chrissie on the red carpet at the Logies in April 2012