Carol Vorderman has won the infamous Rear of the Year competition twice, in 2011 and in 2014.
She is the only female celebrity to have won the award twice.
Many are no doubt envious Carol’s curvaceous figure, especially given her age.
The charitable TV star offered fans an insight when she posted her entire workout plan to Twitter.
Carol tweeted in March: “A lot of people asking so here is my little home exercises…
“I want to be able to do a handstand and a cartwheel this year for the first time in my life thank you Victoria ans @juicemaster for this.
“Also walk about seven miles a day and three circuits a week.”
So what exactly is Carol’s intensive work out?
Carol Vorderman gym workout
Warm up: Row or cardio boxing (3 – 5 minutes)
A) Lower body workout
Goblet squats (16kg dumbbell, 2 – 3 sets x 10 reps)
Forward lunges (10kg dumbbells, 2 – 3 sets x 5 reps each side)
Glute raises (20kg plate)
If feeling “super human”, Carol does five burpees in-between each exercise.
B) Upper body workout
Shoulder press pyramid (4 – 8kg, 4 sets x 12/10/8/6 reps)
Frontal delt raises/theraand raises (2 kg, 4 sets x 10 reps)
Carol alternates these two circuits each day.
She then also works her core by doing leg raises (2 – 3 sets of 6 reps) and side oblique dumbbell raises (10kg, 2 x sets with 10 reps on each side)
The routines also adds in some “extra” exercises. They are:
Glute raises (2 x sets 10 reps each side)
Reverse crunches (2 x sets 10 reps each)
Plank (2 x 30 seconds)
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From bottoms to bellies, one nutritionist has revealed the best exercise to burn belly fat.
Personal trainer Vicky Hadley told Red Bull that the deadlift is one of the best for burning fat.
She said: “This is due to the fact it is one of the best compound exercises around as it involves nearly every major muscle group in the body meaning that it will have a much higher energy expenditure – and a higher energy expenditure means a higher calorie burn.
“Start with dumbbells in each hand and work up to using a barbell.”
A deadlift is when the person working out stands over a barbell or holds dumbbells in each hand.