Martine McCutcheon has spoken a lot about weight and exercise in the past. A decade ago, the actress released dance fitness videos and, more recently, she shared her diet plan on social media with her followers.
Yesterday, Martin McCutcheon posted photos of herself with her son on Instagram and fans were quick to get in touch via the comments section.
Martine sported a baggy jumper, leggings, and white trainers, suggesting that she is fond of exercising and keeping fit.
One Instagram user commented underneath Martine’s post: “You look amazing, have you followed any particular diet or exercise plan?”
Another commenter added: “Martine looks amazing.”
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Martine ended the caption with the hashtag “getting my sweat on” and the muscle arm emoji.
The 44-year-old lost a lot of weight in the past.
Back in 2017, Martine became an ambassador for the Cambridge Weight Plan and revealed she had lost a stone.
At the time, the actress posted a photo to her Instagram page with the caption: “Too much fun with this one on my @cambridgeweightplan shoot – Isn’t just the best when you get to work with your friends?”
Speaking of her experience on the plan, Martine said: “Here’s my silly little head feeling all giddy and happy because I reached my one stone target today on the @cambridgeweightplan. I’m SO thrilled.”
Martine also revealed at the time that struggling with health problems had slowed down her weight loss efforts.
She said: “My loss was a tiny bit slower than the average person but to be honest I expected that as many diets/food plans didn’t work for me at all as the Lyme disease and ME can really play havoc with how your system works.
“Plus, my consultant Donna stressed that my health is the most important thing so I took things a little more slowly whilst feeling more energised and even with health issues I’ve still managed to do it!”
Martine added: “Only five and a half weeks and my BMI is in a much healthier range – and on my step of the plan I love that I can still have my green juices, porridge and real food.”
The Cambridge Weight Plan helps dieters formulate a personalised plan.
Then, it provides low calories meals, shakes, bars, soups, snacks, and smoothies to aide dieting.
The plan’s website said: “Choose your personal diet Consultant who will help you create your Plan and give you the products you need.
“Keep on track with your Consultant’s support, and see the weight drop off.”