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Davina McCall forced to defend her exercise routine against trolls on Loose Women

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While Davina McCall is most well known for her successful presenting career, many in recent years have come to known her for her love of fitness and her impressive exercise routine.

Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock (10225231h) Davina McCall 'Loose Women' TV show, London, UK – 01 May 2019 GUEST: THE FABULOUS DAVINA MCCALL Since she first presented Big Brother in 2000, Davina McCall has become one of the most recognisable faces in television, fronting shows such as The Jump, Long Lost Family and The Biggest Loser. Alongside her career as a presenter, Davina is known for being a fitness lover, having released her 15th fitness DVD at the end of last year. Today, she joins us to talk about TV, treadmills and surfing in the Maldives with Holly Willoughby, how she enjoyed her evangelical home births, and why turning 50 has left her feeling wilder than ever.

But when the star appeared on Loose Women yesterday, she was forced to defend herself against social media trolls who claim she is addicted to exercise.

When asked by the panellists how she feels about the criticism, she said, “I dont really care. Id much rather be trolled about doing too much exercise, I think at least thats a good thing.

“I exercise three or four times a week for an hour. Thats not too much.”

Janet Street-Porter however seemed to keen to put the other side of the argument to Davina, responding that to some people, that will seem like a lot.

She said, “No, no, I think to you thats normal.

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“But a lot of people watching will think four hours of the week of exercise is a lot, when actually all the figures and research show that even if you only walk for 15 or 20 minutes a day you are getting enough exercise, its giving you benefits.”

Davina responded, saying that she simply prefers to work out more frequently. She admitted, “It will give you a bit of benefit, but what Ive always said is three times a week or nothing.

“Like if you dont do three times a week, youre never going to get the benefit from exercise. 15 or 20 minutes walk a day might help with your blood pressure but…

“I completely agree with you. ImRead More – Source

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