GARY LINEKER has revealed how he continues to remain in prime form regardless of being aged 62.
The England legend shot to superstardom throughout the globe along with his exploits in entrance of aim through the Eighties and early 90s.
Lineker made the breakthrough along with his hometown membership Leicester Metropolis earlier than happening to fireside them in for the likes of Everton, Barcelona and Tottenham.
He scored 48 objectives in 80 caps for the Three Lions and completed his taking part in profession in Japan with Nagoya Grampus earlier than getting into the world of punditry.
Lineker then changed Des Lynham as host of Match of the Day in 1999 and has remained within the chair since and now earns £1.35m-a-year within the function.
Nonetheless, the much-loved icon nonetheless stays in spectacular form regardless of now being properly into his sixties.
And now he has revealed the secrets and techniques behind his success bodily and that he’s following
Coldplay singer Chris Martin within the OMAD (one meal a day) diet plan.
Lineker informed The Times: “I care about the best way I look. I’m a bit useless.”
He mentioned that he works out “three days per week with a private coach” that he describes as “killer periods” and he additionally does “an hour of Pilates”.
Nonetheless, regardless of sticking to the OMAD food plan plan, he nonetheless indulges in a drink.
He mentioned: “I like wine, I like whisky. I by no means get hangovers.
“That’s one of many luckiest issues. I’ll get drained the following day if I had an enormous one, however I don’t get unhealthy complications or something. I’ve by no means had one.”
Martin launched into the OMAD food plan after seeing Bruce Springteen’s physique on the identical regime and Hollywood star Liz Hurley has additionally hailed it.
And researchers in Canada reckon it could result in the secure lack of as much as 13 per cent of weight, and a US examine in 2015 concluded the plan left individuals much less more likely to develop coronary artery illness and diabetes.
However different research discovered it hampers combating an infection, will increase the danger of coronary heart illness and shortens dieters’ lifespans, as a result of consuming all of your meals in a single go can injury cells.
And nutritionist Rhiannon says one meal a day might play havoc with blood-sugar ranges, leaving dieters feeling dizzy, drained and craving carbs.