How Did Vicky Pattison Lose Weight?

Vicky Pattison Before and After Weight Loss

She's in the best shape of her life right now, and she's not afraid to show it off in some breathtaking bikini photographs on social media.

Vicky Pattison is a British television and media personality best known for her roles on MTV’s “Geordie Shore” from 2011 to 2014, “Ex on the Beach” from 2014 to 2015, and “Judge Geordie” in 2015.

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In December 2015, Vicky won the fifteenth season of “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” and joined the panel of the ITV daytime talk program “Loose Women” in January 2016.

She’s also recognized for her impressive physique, which she often flaunts on social media, and for being upfront about her weight reduction challenges and advice with her fans.

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The main keys to Victoria’s successful weight loss:

  • She followed a diet with a combination of workout routine
  • She exercises at least 10 minutes a day
  • Her favorite routine is zero gravity pilates
  • She starts her day with a high-protein breakfast

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Vicky Pattison was under pressure to slim down.

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Vicky revealed in a 2016 interview with Mirror that she was under pressure to maintain a specific weight at the time, saying, “When I first started losing all my weight, I became obsessive.”

“Because I was bringing out a DVD a couple of years ago, I was under pressure to be a certain weight at a certain time.”

“In the end, it was unrealistic for someone my height,” she continued. The reality star also revealed that she grew preoccupied with losing weight after becoming too skinny, and her mother was concerned since her face appeared gaunt.

“I always had it in my head that I needed to be that weight. But when the DVD was over, and I took a look at myself, my life, and what I’d become, I wasn’t happy.”

Despite looking nicely and fitting in size six clothes, she claimed she had no social life. If she had a Nando’s or a night out with her friends, she felt terrible and believed that was not the appropriate way to live.

“In order to be happy and be healthy, you have to enjoy your life and enjoy things in moderation. So I’ll never do the same
thing again.”

Balance is the key for Vicky Pattison.

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An excellent diet should combine an ideal workout routine in order to really obtain a specific weight you have already achieved. For Vicky, she does that by balancing both exercise and diet.

She posted an Instagram photo of her before and after weight loss on Instagram with a caption: “Keeping fit and healthy is an everyday struggle for me.”

“I would rather drink strawberry daiquiris and eat nachos in the sun all day and have my only form of exercise be my walk to the bar and back than have spinach with my breakfast and do circuits in the sweltering heat! That is who I am!!”

She went on to say that she has to find a balance and make exercise and proper diet a part of her daily routine. Vicky ended her caption by saying that she understands the struggle, but the rewards of her efforts are well worth it.

What is Vicky Pattison's workout routine?

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The television personality has been candid about the methods she does to lose weight, including working out. Vicky also said that she realizes how difficult it is to get to the gym and that she, too, has her challenges. She claimed that her Mini V app’s workouts might be completed at home in just 10 minutes each day.

“Even the smallest changes can totally revolutionize your body and the way you burn fat,” she told Mirror. “For example, some people have three teaspoons of sugar in their tea. Drop that sugar, and you would notice a difference.”

“Don’t beat yourself up either. Get up and do your 10 minutes’ exercise and if you feel really hungry, have a bit more than you had yesterday,” she continued. “Listen to your body and what it needs – unless it is constantly shouting Domino’s, in which case ignore it.”

In a separate interview with Closer, she disclosed that her favorite type of workout is zero gravity pilates, “After being on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, I really looked at the way I trained.”

“All of the things I’d been doing beforehand were weightlifting and more of the functional stuff. For a while, I wasn’t really able to do that because I was quite badly injured.”

Vicky then sought for alternate ways to exercise that were less stressful on her joints, and when she discovered zero gravity pilates, she fell in love with it.

“You look at the people who do it, like Chloe Lewis, Rochelle Humes, and Lisa Snowdon, and their bodies are just lean and long and lush.”

What is Vicky Pattison's diet?

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As reported by Good To Know, Vicky’s typical day begins with a high-protein breakfast of scrambled eggs with vegetables and green tea or a green smoothie. She’ll eat a superfood salad with chicken and sweet potato for lunch, as well as a wrap or a chunky soup.

As for dinner, she consumes a protein-rich entrée of chicken or salmon with a side of complex carbohydrates like brown rice or butternut squash and plenty of vegetables.
Her diet isn’t completely rigid since she allows herself to indulge in foods she enjoys from time to time. She likewise admitted to the publication that she had previously made poor eating choices due to convenience.

“If I was on a train and I’d not picked up a salad, then I’d stop that trolley and get that shortbread and hot chocolate, and before you know it, you think: “What’s the point?” and you’re deep in a Domino’s by eight o’clock.’”

Vicky Pattison is working with a life coach.

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In an interview with the Closer, Vicky said that she hired a life coach and recommended that you do the same if you’re in a position to do so.

“He’s transformed my life, and he helps me to make sense of everything,” she explained. “Talking through your day and the things you’re going through with someone who’s neutral on the situation really helps.”

“My life coach always tells me to get out into nature with the trees and to get some fresh air. I never really put much weight on it until I got my dog, Milo, and just getting out for an hour every day taking him on his walk makes me feel much happier, healthier, and more balanced. I advocate fresh air for everybody.”

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