Super fit of 70 years of age reveals EXACTLY what it takes to stay in shape

Norma Williams, 70, pictured, who is British but lives in Umbria, Italy, exercises seven days a week, skips lunch and watches her weight closely to make sure she stays around her

A woman who is in the best shape of her life at age 70 has revealed her advice on how to stay exactly "toned from head to toe."

Norma Williams, who is British but lives in Umbria, Italy, exercises seven days a week, skips lunch and carefully watches her weight to make sure she stays in her "ideal" ninth.

But Ms. Williams, who runs a vacation rental business, also enjoys a cake for breakfast, daily & naughty snacks & # 39; and he has red wine every night.

Norma Williams, 70, pictured, who is British but lives in Umbria, Italy, works out seven days a week, skips lunch and watches her weight closely to make sure she stays around her "ideal" "9th

Ms. Williams, photographed at her home in Italy, who runs a vacation rental business, also enjoys a cake for breakfast, daily & naughty snacks & # 39; and has red wine every night

Ms. Williams, photographed at her home in Italy, who runs a vacation rental business, also enjoys a cake for breakfast, daily & naughty snacks & # 39; and has red wine every night

Ms. Williams, photographed at her home in Italy, who runs a vacation rental business, also enjoys a cake for breakfast, daily & naughty snacks & # 39; and has red wine every night

The 70-year-old woman in the photo, who lives with her husband Laurie, 80, said that looking good does not mean having supermodel proportions, but rather "toning oneself from head to toe."

The 70-year-old woman in the photo, who lives with her husband Laurie, 80, said that looking good does not mean having supermodel proportions, but rather "toning oneself from head to toe."

The 70-year-old woman in the photo, who lives with her husband Laurie, 80, said that looking good does not mean having supermodel proportions, but rather "toning oneself from head to toe."

The sensational 70-year-old lady, who lives with her husband Laurie, 80, wrote an article about Quora on how to stay fit in her later years.

While admitting that she is blessed with a natural body type of "up and down," she said that looking good does not mean having supermodel proportions.

"For me, an excellent form is an erect body without excess fat, a good waist, a flat front (some of us will always have a small belly) and toned from head to toe," he explained.

& # 39; An excellent form should not be defined by height or type of figure. You can be small or tall You can be curvy or straight up and down (my husband's nickname for me when I'm tanned is "liquor stick"). Or it can be anything in between.

"So, I'm not talking about stereotypes of fashion or glamor models here. I'm talking about the body that we all know is great when we see it. "

Ms. William said that her idea of ​​an "excellent form" is an erect body without excess fat

Ms. William said that her idea of ​​an "excellent form" is an erect body without excess fat

Ms. William said that her idea of ​​an "excellent form" is an erect body without excess fat

The physical fitness fan works out every day and has two 50-minute personal training sessions per week

The physical fitness fan works out every day and has two 50-minute personal training sessions per week

The physical fitness fan works out every day and has two 50-minute personal training sessions per week

Exercise

Ms. Williams has been exercising daily since she was little more than 20 years old. She changes her exercise routine & # 39; every few months & # 39 ;, with her latest regimen that includes two Zumba sessions & # 39; very strenuous & # 39; a week plus a third session of & # 39; personal training & # 39; of Zumba to make sure you get the most out of the class.

The fitness fan once in a while takes a day off if she feels tired or feels her weight is "good". His current regime is the following …

Five days a week

7.30 a.m. Switch to the gym and walk quickly 0.75 miles uphill and climb 60 steps. At the top, it runs quickly through six 1-mile circuits. Walk the house for 0.75 miles at a fast pace.

At home, take a shower and change for the day.

Midmorning: Second ride with her husband Laurie, following the same uphill of 0.75 miles and 60 steps early in the day. At the top, complete the 1-mile circuit twice, at a slower pace. Walk 0.75 miles through the city.

Ms. Williams added: "If I am overweight, that is, 0.5 kg (1.1 lb) above my ideal weight of 60.5 kg (9 pounds and 5 pounds), I will repeat the [uphill walk and mile circuit].

Two days a week

7.30 a.m. Switch to the gym and walk quickly 0.75 miles uphill and climb 60 steps. At the top, complete two 1-mile circuits at a slower pace. Walk the 0.75 mile house through the city.

9 a.m. Arrive at the gym for a 50-minute session with a personal trainer. The trainer gives Ms. Williams various exercises that work her entire body.

Ms. Williams, recently photographed in Italy, has exercised daily since she was 20, but changes her routine every few months. Currently walking more than 2 miles every day

Ms. Williams, recently photographed in Italy, has exercised daily since she was 20, but changes her routine every few months. Currently walking more than 2 miles every day

Ms. Williams, recently photographed in Italy, has exercised daily since she was 20, but changes her routine every few months. Currently walking more than 2 miles every day

Norma enjoys croissant for breakfast, snacks after dinner and red wine every night

Norma enjoys croissant for breakfast, snacks after dinner and red wine every night

Norma enjoys croissant for breakfast, snacks after dinner and red wine every night

Diet

Late breakfast after the exercise: Two cappuccinos and a large cornetto, a cake similar to a croissant, with honey.

Afternoon snack: A banana, an orange and another piece of seasonal fruit.

Dinner: An example dinner would be chicken breast with carrots, broccoli, green beans, mushrooms in soy sauce, served in olive oil, sprinkled with seeds, blueberries and pieces of walnut.

Other favorites include whole-wheat pasta, salads and vegetables. She added: "I love olive oil and soak it all in! I also love Napoli pizza with fine pasta and anchovies, but only like that from time to time."

Appetizers: Mrs. Williams does not eat between meals, but enjoys "spicy snacks" after dinner. A typical snack selection includes: 2-3 packets of crackers, a packet of mixed nuts and dried cranberries, up to six dark chocolate-covered rice crackers and a low-fat / sugar-free Greek yogurt tub with a & # 39; Great portion of honey and more nuts mixed in it.

Drinks: Mrs. Williams enjoys between half a bottle and a bottle full of red wine every night. She used to drink up to 1.5 bottles per night, but has reduced her consumption in the last three years and continues to do so. She never drinks wine before 7 p.m.

Mrs. Williams skips lunch in favor of a dinner full of proteins and vegetables

Mrs. Williams skips lunch in favor of a dinner full of proteins and vegetables

Mrs. Williams skips lunch in favor of a dinner full of proteins and vegetables

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