She’s become one of Australia’s leading broadcasters over her past two decades as a respected television journalist.
And on Wednesday, Lisa Wilkinson revealed how she maintains her active lifestyle and positive body image mindset in her late 50s.
The 59-year-old said she was inundated with questions about her health and wellness, and wanted to answer a few via her Instagram Story feed.
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‘Health is such a priority for me’: Age-defying Project host Lisa Wilkinson, 59, revealed her body secrets and exercise routine to fans on Wednesday
Lisa began her video responses in her home kitchen, as she discussed her health.
‘I have been religiously taking vitamins and supplements for the past five years,’ Lisa told inquisitive fans, revealing she also liked drinking kombucha regularly.
While Lisa exhibits a positive body image mindset, she admitted as a teenage and in her 20s she wasn’t so confident.
‘When I had children I realised how incredible my body was that I could manufacture, make, produce – along with my husband – a whole human being.’
‘When I had children I realised how incredible my body was’: Lisa, who shares three children with husband Peter FitzSimons, said becoming a mother made her appreciate her health
Fit at 59! Lisa shared her intense ‘couple workout’ in the gym, and added that she favours sit-ups, push-ups and planks to improve her core strength
Lisa, who shares three children with husband Peter FitzSimons, added: ‘My whole focus of what a body is for and what it can do, and how to nurture it completely changed and that’s why health is such a priority for me.’
In the Instagram Story, Lisa also showed off her bathroom cupboard full of beauty products and revealed she cleanses three times to completely remove her TV makeup everyday.
She later shared her ‘couple’s workout’ at her local gym, and said she favours sit-ups, push-ups and planks to improve her core strength.
The Channel Ten personality reflected on being able to complete a five-minute plank in 2017, before she broke her wrist on holiday. In the clip she attempted the challenge, but could only reach two minutes.
Impressive! The Channel Ten personality reflected on being able to complete a five-minute plank in 2017(PICTURED), before she broke her wrist on holiday
Still working back to her goal! In the clip Lisa attempted the five-minute plank challenge, but could only reach two minutes of the core exercise
Lisa began her journalism career working for the magazine Dolly, and by age 21 she became the youngest editor of the magazine.
She moved to TV in the late 1990s, and has remained a broadcast journalist.
While she has worked on Ten, Seven and Nine, she is now employed by Channel Ten and appears as a regular panelist on The Project.
Veteran: Lisa began her journalism career working for the magazine Dolly, and by age 21 she became the youngest editor of the magazine. She began her TV career in the late 90s