Towie star Georgia Kousoulou teams up with Harold Hill personal trainer for fitness challenge

PUBLISHED: 15:00 31 January 2016

Georgia Kousoulou

Georgia Kousoulou


The only way to get fit is to take on this fitness challenge, according to a personal trainer.

Towie reality TV star Georgia Kousoulou has teamed up with Danny-Lee Finch to design a workout they say will help you lose weight in a month.

Danny, director of VIP Personal Training at Central Park Leisure Centre, Gooshays Drive, Harold Hill, said: “It starts off very simple but over time the exercises get harder and you have to endure them for longer amounts of time.

“If you’re looking to lose weight this year then this is going to help you achieve just that.”

Danny began training Georgia six months ago and her new figure has not gone unnoticed by fans of the ITVBe show, who asked for her tips on getting fit.

To answer these questions, the pair created the 28 Day Melt Fat Challenge which they are daring people to try from Monday.

Danny said: “This isn’t going to be easy – the workout is filled with lots of burpies, planks, squats and press-ups as well as adjusting people’s diets by drinking at least three litres of fluid a day and plenty of fruit and veg.

“Another important part of the challenge will be to cut out bad snacks, introduce more protein and essential fats which they will have to fit in around their daily training.”

Fitness workout videos, pictures, tips and helpful advice will be provided on a website for those taking on the challenge.

Danny said: “People’s New Year resolutions are often to lose weight so if people are still eager to get fit then I challenge them to give it a go.

“It’s worked for Georgia so it could work for you!”


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