Sonia Kurger FIT & FABULOUS!
WHO|January 17, 2022
THE TV QUEEN HAS NEVER LOOKED HOTTER - HERE'S HOW SHE REALLY DOES IT!
Penelope Clifton

She's 56, fabulous and shines brightly on TV. She's also a working mum with an infectious zest for life, whose stamina is unrivalled. And did we mention she's fit? Like, really fit. Sonia Kruger really is the whole package.

With her 2022 schedule full to the brim - think The Voice, Big Brother and Dancing with the Stars - it's hard to believe she has time to produce her Strictly You fitness program and do school canteen duties.

But keeping fit and healthy is a huge priority for the TV presenter, and even more so after welcoming her daughter Maggie in 2015 when she was just shy of 50. Housebound and yearning for her daily workouts at the Sydney Dance Company, the former professional ballroom dancer put her thinking cap on.

“When you've come back from having a baby you want to do things gradually, you want to do things that are just a little bit more gentle on the body. So that's why Strictly You came about, Kruger tells WHO.“Dancing itself is one of the best forms of fitness there is because it's cardiac, it's a great cardio workout. It's toning. It's great from a muscular perspective. It's great for the joints because you're using your own body weight as resistance. It has everything. You only have to look at the dancers' bodies on Dancing with the Stars, she adds.

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