CARRIE Bickmore, host of The Project, has showed off her amazing figure on the cover of this month's Women's Health magazine.

The mother-of-two says she tries to exercise five times a week and sticks to a healthy diet.

"I walk most days, I run and on the weekend I do a pilates class. I've just started CrossFit, too, which has been fun," Bickmore, 36, told Women's Health.

"I like the high intensity. I'm not good at things that are too slow. I've found a KX pilates studio, which uses weights, so it's fast," she said.

"Some weeks I get five workouts in, some only three. But I'm quite relaxed about it and my weeks are pretty active no matter what I'm doing."

“I walk most days, I run and on the weekend I do a pilates class.
“I walk most days, I run and on the weekend I do a pilates class." James Geer

Bickmore, who went viral with her famous Logies speech about brain cancer last year, keeps her diet pretty clean.

"I usually have yoghurt and muesli or porridge for breakfast. Then I'll have a coffee mid-morning and a wrap or sushi for lunch," she said.

"My days are long so I'll often have something sweet in the afternoon. My other energy boosters are tea, nuts and fruit

"On The Project we have dips, hummus, carrots, celery and crackers, then once I get home it's dinner.

"I'm trying to add more fish to my diet. I love food and cooking. We've got lots of fruits and vegies in the house and the majority of our eating habits are really good, but when we want to eat something yummy, we'll have it."

“There have been no changes to Carrie’s body for this month’s cover of Women’s Health,” editor Jacqui Mooney said
“There have been no changes to Carrie’s body for this month’s cover of Women’s Health,” editor Jacqui Mooney said James Geer / Women's Health

Women's Health says Bickmore's body has not been Photoshopped - those abs are 100 per cent real.

"There have been no changes to Carrie's body for this month's cover of Women's Health," editor Jacqui Mooney told news.com.au.

"And seeing her in person at the cover shoot in Melbourne, I can honestly tell you she looks this amazing in real life," Ms Mooney said.

"At Women's Health, we always aim to keep retouching to a minimum. Other than lightening and brightening the background and removing the odd fly away hair, there has been no other retouching to these inspiring images."

News Corp Australia


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