GEMMA Collins has revealed that she dropped another dress size due to a simple change in her exercise routine.
The 40-year-old Essex diva has lost three and a half stones over the years and is focusing on her well being despite a busy schedule.
Speaking on his latest BBC podcast, he told listeners how his daily step count and persevering through fatigue is working wonders for him.
She said: “I’m upping my steps. It really makes a difference. I’ve already reduced a dress size. I can tell in my exercise clothes. It just feels so much better.”
Gemma turns her attention to Adele, who has dramatically changed her appearance in recent years, losing an incredible seven stone.
GC was full of praise for the singer’s efforts, but said that it is easier for her to do so because she is “time rich”.
The Easy On Me pop star states three workouts a day, combining weights, hikes and cardio to an impressive extent.
Regarding her plan, Gemma said: “I started my day today, even though I didn’t sleep, my trainer came at half past eight this morning. I was so tired, just wiped my face with cold water Get started, exercise and get it done.
“I have a running machine in my house, but I have to be honest, I never take it.”
The TV star is also going for a fat-busting session in an ice chamber to boost her weight loss.
Gemma recently revealed that she was hooked to cryotherapy, which turns pounds upon brief exposure to temperatures close to -200C.
Also called cold therapy, it uses liquid nitrogen to lower the air temperature to below the lowest level ever recorded naturally on Earth – a bone-chilling -89.2C in Antarctica in 1983 .
It helps with various ailments and is said to get rid of up to 800 calories in a five-minute, £100 session.
New rooms range in price from £50,000 to £100,000. Ex-Dancing On Ice contestant Gemma told her Radio 1 podcast: “I’m doing some really cool stuff.
“I went to an ice room and, yes, I was naked.
“It was minus 188C and it freezes your body and it starts getting rid of all your fat.
“I really want to have one in my house. I want to go into it all day, every day.”