DAV­INA TO BE­COME PT IN­STRUC­TOR

The People - - News Features - By by Emma Pryer

DAV­INA Mccall says she is aim­ing to be­come a per­sonal trainer be­fore the year is out.

The TV pre­sen­ter, 51, re­vealed last year she was work­ing to­wards the qual­i­fi­ca­tion.

But she ad­mit­ted: “I set my­self a goal last year to do it but I just didn’t have time in the end.

“I got my fit­ness in­struc­tor qual­i­fi­ca­tion but this year I’m def­i­nitely go­ing to get my PT one.”

De­spite set­ting her­self the tar­get, the Long Lost Fam­ily and The £100k Drop host is not a fan of mak­ing New Year res­o­lu­tions.

She said: “It’s fine if you want to set a few goals, but I don’t like the idea of mak­ing some big com­mit­ment and then us­ing it to beat your­self up if you don’t achieve it.”

The fit­ness fa­natic has just launched her lat­est DVD – Power, Box and Tone – which of­fers 10-minute bursts of ex­er­cise for busy, on-the-go women.

And Dav­ina says this fits in with her own regime as, con­trary to what peo­ple think, she does not spend hours a day per­fect­ing her body.

She said: “It’s so funny peo­ple think that. Who has time to, un­less it’s your ca­reer?

“I have three kids – and a day job.” The celeb in­stead squeezes 20- minute work­outs into her morn­ings – ei­ther get­ting up early to go for a jog, or to fol­low one of her own DVDS.

Dav­ina added: “I just work out to my­self, which is re­ally, re­ally em­bar­rass­ing. It’s just about do­ing some­thing.”

Dav­ina Power Box and Tone is avail­able now on DVD and dig­i­tal down­load.

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