Jasmine Harman says she was ‘emotional’ during workout
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A Place In The Sun presenter Jasmine Harman was feeling rather emotional this morning. The 45-year-old TV star said she was almost in tears as she made her way home from a Zumba class following the relaxation of lockdown rules regarding outdoor exercise classes.
The mum-of-two admitted that she was overcome with emotion for two reasons.
Reuniting with friends from the class that she hadn’t had any contact with in almost a year was the first reason.
However, the workout had also made Jasmine realise that her fitness levels had dipped following lockdown.
Delighted to be able to leave the house to attend a class, the teary presenter took to Instagram to document her trip.
“It’s actually hard to describe how excited I was to just go to my first class back at David Lloyd. And I’m trying to work out why,” she told fans, as she sat in her car following the dance class.
“I was literally nearly in tears as I walked into the class and I saw loads of the people that I haven’t seen for a year.
“And I think it’s because we’ve been so deprived of human contact over the last year that I felt emotional.
“But also because, doing the class, I realised how far I have to go to get myself back to any sort of semblance of fitness,” she went on to add.
Jasmine, who has been candid about her weight gain in recent months, said she was happy to be back on track with regards to exercising.
“I felt like that’s the first step of the journey,” she told her 74,800 followers.
“And even though I’ve been working out since the kids went back to school, I’ve been doing online workouts at home, this is the type of exercise that I love and I enjoy.
“And it doesn’t feel like a chore to go and do it, because trying to force yourself to do something that you don’t enjoy is not sustainable.
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“That was the best class I’ve done in a year,” Jasmine told her instructor.
“Probably the only one I’ve done in a year to be fair, that’s actually in person,” she went on to quip.
“I’m so happy now,” she later added before noting that the timing of gyms reopening was not ideal for her.
Jasmine, who shares daughter Joy, and son Albion, with her husband Jon Boast, pointed out that it was now the Easter holidays, so her children would be off school again.
However, the determined Channel 4 host said she hoped to return later in the week.
Her trip to the gym comes almost two months after Jasmine admitted that she was finding lockdown hard and had been emotionally eating and drinking.
She said she was struggling to keep her head above water and had not found time to exercise in a social media update.
The presenter shared a before and after picture of herself online, which showcased her recent weight gain.
As lockdown restrictions begin to lift, life can start to return to normal.
Indoor leisure facilitates, such as gyms and swimming pools, are scheduled to re-open on April 12.
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