Imo­gen turns to rugby hunk to boost her curves No 1 FOR CELEB BABES

Midweek Sport - - GADGET BOY - By ALICE WALKER

NEW mum Imo­gen Thomas turned to a hard rugby star to help get her SCRUM-my fig­ure back.

The for­mer Big Brother babe – and for­mer lover of footie ace Ryan Giggs – called in ex-Wales rugger player David Evans to get back her fa­mous curves.

David has re­vealed how he used hyp­no­sis on the busty brunette and got her to shout: “I am slim, healthy and en­er­getic!”

Imo­gen, 30, hit 12 stone while she was preg­nant with her first child and she was de­ter­mined to shed the pounds af­ter her baby daugh­ter was born in Fe­bru­ary.

Ex-Wales star David said: “We made a peak per­for­mance pro­gramme for Imo­gen, with the in­put of pro­fes­sional ath­letes and doc­tors.

“It in­cluded hyp­no­sis tech­niques, ed­u­ca­tion about nu­tri­tion and the hu­man body.

“In our ex­er­cise ses­sions I would start with neu­rol­o­gis­tics, com­bin­ing a move­ment such as jumping up and down in the air, while shout­ing ‘I am slim, healthy and en­er­getic,’

“It gets some­one into a pos­i­tive state of mind and con­fi­dent.”

And itt worked – with Imo­gen Tweet­ing pic­tures of her­self in her post-baby bloom look­ing GREAT.

The for­mer Miss Wales lost one-and-a-half stone in six weeks, helped by a diet of veg­eta­bles, hemp pro­tein shakes, no dairy or bread prod­ucts and a strict pos­i­tive men­tal at­ti­tude.

Imo­gen started her regime eight weeks af­ter she gave birth with the goal of do­ing a sexy new photo shoot.

David – now a qual­i­fied hyp­nother­a­pist – has also helped top fash­ion de­signer Julien Mac­Don­ald to shed the pounds be­fore his ap­pear­ance on Bri­tain and Ire­land’s Next Top Model.

He said: “I saw him in the gym train­ing for month af­ter month, and he just wasn’t get­ting any re­sults so I went to talk to him about what I did and he was in­ter­ested.

“We sat down and talked about what he wanted to achieve.

“So what you see with re­gard to Julien now is what we did for him.

“Even Elle MacPher­son said he looked 10 years younger!”

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