David Walliams has consumed 8,000 calories a day over the past ten days
This week, PETA BEE reveals how to achieve the torso of comedian and long-distance swimmer David Walliams.
He might have consumed 8,000 calories a day over the past ten days during a charity swim of the Thames for Sport Relief, but they certainly didn’t weigh down David Walliams.
According to his endurance trainer Greg Whyte, that amount of energy was required to fuel the comedian on his gruelling 140-mile swim.
When he’s not long-distance swimming, Walliams — who turned 40 last month — keeps fit with Ironman-type gym sessions led by Nick Mays, director of ikeepfit.com, who prescribes a punishing regime of strength endurance moves such as squats, high-knee lifts and exercises with a medicine ball to maintain a trim mid-section.
WHAT YOU CAN DO: Try the reverse wood chop, which strengthens and tones the entire body, but especially the trunk area.
Stand with feet wider than hip-width apart. Hold a medicine ball (or dumb-bells with both hands) by your right hip. Looking straight ahead, contract your abdominal muscles and turn your torso slightly to the right.
As you release the gentle twist, lift the medicine ball or weights across your body until your arms are extended over your left shoulder.
Release and repeat left hip to right shoulder. Perform for 20 to 30 seconds on each side.
Walliams swam 140 miles of the River Thames for Sports Relief

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