Candice Warner is in the best shape of her life and doesn’t torture herself to stay fit.
The former Iron Lady stole the show at the Sydney Everest Carnival Fashion Luncheon on Thursday, showing off her incredibly cute legs in a short, bright green blazer dress.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia at the event, the 37-year-old shared her top fitness tips and her day on a plate, as well as her surprisingly guilty pleasure.
Candice Warner is in the best shape of her life and doesn’t torture herself to stay fit. Candice was photographed in January of this year channeling Pamela Anderson training in a bright red swimsuit at Bondi Beach.
The former Iron Woman stole the show at the Sydney Everest Carnival Fashion Brunch on Thursday, showing off her incredibly cute legs in a bright green blazer mini dress.
“Yes, I have sugars, but I try to reduce that and eat as healthy as possible,” she said.
Candice, who is married to cricket star David Warner, said she takes a mostly healthy approach when it comes to her diet, but she also enjoys a glass of champagne or two to unwind and is a notorious fan of sweets.
“I love Chandon,” she added. ‘Like everyone else.’ I’m a mom and sometimes, once the kids go to bed, you need happy hour. I’m not afraid to have a drink.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia at the event, the 37-year-old shared her top fitness tips and her day on a plate, as well as her surprisingly guilty pleasure. Pictured with her husband David Warner
The SAS Australia star noted that exercise has “always” had a much greater impact on her health and plays a huge role in her life.
She says heavy weights and cardio are the key combination to staying fit and in shape.
I love lifting heavy weights. But then cardio — I love running,” I explained. So, whether it’s on a beach treadmill on the coast, it’s really important to me, not just physically, but mentally.
The SAS Australia star noted that exercise has “always” had a much greater impact on her health and plays a huge role in her life. She says heavy weights and cardio are the key combination to staying fit and in shape
For her typical day on a plate, Candice said she doesn’t like to eat much before early morning training sessions, but rather likes to eat afterwards throughout the day.
‘After, after [my workout]It’s two eggs, some avocado, some tomatoes, and some sourdough toast,” she explained.
It seems trite. But that’s what I generally have.
As for her regular day on a plate, Candice revealed that she doesn’t like eating heavy before early morning training sessions, but then stays full of energy throughout the day.
Candice enjoys a balanced and healthy diet, but doesn’t mind indulging her sweet tooth all he knows and then
In the middle of the morning, I’ll have a green smoothie. At lunch, something light like a salad with tuna in general, Candice added.
Candice’s Day on a plate
Two eggs, avocado, tomato and toast
Rice crackers and a handful of nuts
Leftover chicken nuggets, chicken rolls, steaks or dinner in a restaurant
Treatments: Biscuits, chocolate and cake
Afternoon tea, some rice crackers, or a few nuts.
Then dinner can be anything. Sometimes it’s leftovers – what the kids have. So, if they have leftover chicken nuggets or chicken rolls. Or if David is around, it’ll be something like a steak or we’re going to have a nice dinner somewhere.
“It’s about not obsessing over what I eat, but trying to get good food at home regularly.”
Meanwhile, guilt pleasures include “anything sweet” from biscuits, chocolate, and cake.
Meanwhile, the mother of three who shares her daughters – Ivy Mae, Indi Rae and Isla Rose – with David, insisted she wouldn’t expand her brood.
‘number. It’s definitely not, she told Daily Mail Australia.
I always thought I wanted four [kids]. But with our busy schedules, at this point it probably wouldn’t be realistic.
“We have a good balance in our lives,” she added.
The girls are happy. So we’re happy to have three.
Candice is currently enjoying a career in radio after joining Dead Set Legends in Sydney on Triple M, after a short stint at SAS Australia in 2020.
She said while she loves TV, she is not sure that she would consider appearing on her reality TV show.
“I don’t know,” she said of the idea of participating in her own show with her husband and children.
We’re interesting, that’s for sure. We are very different in our dynamics, but we work really well together as a team.
‘But you never knew.’ If the right show turns up, maybe.”
Elsewhere, the mother-of-three, who shares three daughters – Ivy Mae, Indy Ray and Isla Rose – with David, insisted she would not expand her brood