Despite some upheavals in her personal life in the past year, Elly Miles is on track when it comes to looking after her physical and mental health. Miles, 26, started a new fitness regimen after finishing up as the 2020 Bachelorette (alongside her older sister Becky), and the incredible results are plain to see.
While Miles is confident rocking her swimwear these days, she tells WHO it’s her daily workouts at a high altitude training studio that have improved her mental health. “When The Bachelorette was airing, I was so stressed because what was actually happening, currently, in my life was on TV,” she says. “Then I started to experience really bad anxiety, which I’d never had to deal with before. It felt like someone was closing a hand around my throat.”
Miles, who is a trained nurse, soon realised that her anxiety eased when she was working out in the gym.
You’re looking incredible right now. What changes have you made?
While The Bachelorette was on TV, I was just so stressed. There was so much media involvement – it was really overwhelming. When the show was on, I avoided going out in public. I only felt comfortable at my gym, Air Locker Training, in Newcastle. So towards the end of last year, I started going every day.
What differences have you noticed since you upped your workouts?
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