Weight loss diet plan: Coronation Street’s Tyrone aka Alan Halsall reveals secret

Weight loss diet plan: Coronation Street’s Tyrone aka Alan Halsall reveals secret 1100250

Coronation Street favourite Alan Halsall, who plays Tyrone Dobbs, has lost a lot of weight in recent years.

He is looking healthy and slim thanks to overhauling his diet and work out plan.

However, it is clear from the actor’s Instagram that he is still able to enjoy a beer.

So how does he manage to look so good?

Alan posted a snap from Ibiza last year showing of his very taut abs.

It is clear the actor has a fairly strict regimen when it comes to the gym especially.

He is often in the gym honing his biceps.

Alan recently posted a snap of himself on the rowing machine, tagging his co-star Sam Aston and his fiance in the cheeky post.

He wrote: “Great workout today with @samaston93 whipping him into wedding shape (you can thank me later @yoga_with_briony).”

The Corrie star has also been snapped lifting weights in the gym.

However, Alan opened up on his work out mantra, revealing it is more than just exercise and diet that helps him stay in shape.

He wrote: “Health is not just about the weights you’re lifting or what you’re eating. It’s also about what you’re thinking and saying!!”

The actor told followers that he burns thousands on calories in a day.

In February he told a follower he burned a total of 4321 calories in 24 hours adding: “Room for a beer now.”

Alan is not the only soap star to lose an impressive amount of weight.

Emmerdale’s Emma Norton’s weight loss is down to giving up one particular food. 

Laura revealed she dropped the pounds by cutting out fizzy drinks, after admitting she would drink two litres of the stuff a day.

Laura said: “At it’s worse, I used to drink two-litre bottles of Coke a day. I know now how much sugar is in it.

One can of the fizzy pop has nearly 150 calories, and Laura was packing in an extra 1,700 calories a day with the sugary habit.

Drinking two litres a day, Laura was putting away 840 calories and an astounding 212-grams of sugar per day.


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