Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford’s intense fitness regime and plans for a weight room after This Morning axe

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There’s no doubting TV stars Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford are a power couple, and we’re not just talking about success as the pair are also a dab hand at working out.

Eamonn, 61, and Ruth, 60, have been in the spotlight more than usual lately as the presenter duo and married couple were replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary on This Morning.

Since departing the popular show the pair have since expressed their gratitude towards fans for their overwhelming support following their demotions.

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A source told The Sun: “Ruth and Eamonn are obviously upset and feel humiliated about being put out to pasture.

“But they've been advised to keep schtum or risk losing more work. It could damage their brand if they lash out.”

However more time at home means the celebrity couple can put their efforts into their workout regime, something they’re fond of with Eamonn previously shed three stone.

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The pair will reportedly convert their garage into a weights training room in a bid to prevent themselves from developing osteoporosis.

Ruth, who is very into fitness, told the Mirror: “A lot of fitness experts advocate weight or resistance training to give yourself tone, strengthen your core, posture and strengthen your bones, therefore staving off osteoporosis in older age.

“My vision is to get a weights bench in the garage and spend 30 mins every day on a joint routine.”

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And the impressive couple take their fitness very seriously, with Eamonn admitting he’s “shed 3st over five years” and now weights 15 stone.

Eamonn said: “I genuinely believe in New Year’s resolutions. It’s a great time to take stock to repair your habits, to improve your life.”

The popular presenter once got “hooked” on juicing and lost 10lbs in 2015, explaining: “Now, if I have lunch, I will have a juice for dinner. If I have it during the day, I look forward to a meal in the evening.”

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As well as his juice diet, Eamonn has turned to fasting for 12 hours per day as well as “walking the dog and doing Pilates once a week.”

More recently, Eamonn added: “We need to move briskly for 30 minutes, three times per week minimum.”

And Ruth added, in an interview with Best: ““You could lie on the bench and I could pass the dumbbell or bars to you and vice versa. It would be also good for our relationship, as we couldn’t fall out. Imagine if during my upset I was to accidentally drop something weighing 40kg on you.”

Whichever exercise the pair choose it seems there’s no stopping the couple, who want to increase their weight training in 2021.

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