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Friday 9 December 2016

'I'm starting a 35-minute fitness regime to get in shape for Glastonbury' - Louise McSharry

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Louise McSharry
Louise McSharry

I've also a big summer ahead of me with festivals and events too, so I've started exercising again in order to build up some strength.

I'm pretty weak because I've been sick for the last six months and haven't been moving around all that much, so I've signed up to an online exercise programme to get fit again.

For me, it's easier to get motivated to work out when it means I don't have to go to the gym, so the programme really suits me.

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I'm planning to do a 35-minute High Intensity Impact Training (HIIT) workout every day from Monday to Friday - I can do them at home, which means I can jump into bed after if I want.

There are so many amazing fitness tutorials and programmes on the internet now that you don't even need a gym or fancy equipment to get fit.

I'll definitely need some strength because this June I'm going to Glastonbury.

It's been such a great thing to look forward to and it's such a great festival, but the site is so big that you have to walk so much.

Two years ago, I went with my friend and she brought a pedometer with her - in one day alone it told us we had walked 25km, so I have to be fit for then.

Marty's on track for anniversary celebratory trip

Stars attended a stylish bash to launch the Belmond Hibernian Express earlier this week.

The glamorous event was held at the National Gallery of Ireland and guest sipped Laurent Perrier champagne and snacked on mini hot pots and ice cream cones.

Marty Whelan revealed he was hoping to take his wife Maria on the trip of a lifetime on the Orient Express to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary.

While, broadcaster Ryan Tubridy gushed about his love of trains, Lorraine Keane and her hubby Peter Devlin enjoyed the wonderful music.

The Grand Tours of Ireland are set to launch next August and prices for the luxury tours of Ireland start from€3,160 per person.

The Key to a good night

Dublin choir 'Songs In The Key Of D' will take to the stage in the National Concert Hall on May 13.

Tickets cost €20 and are available from www.nch.ie

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