MasterChef Australia’s Melissa Leong shows off her toned physique in a skintight black bodysuit
She’s known for her hosting abilities on MasterChef Australia.
But on Thursday, Melissa Leong shed light on the activities she enjoys outside of work hours.
In a post to her Instagram Stories, the TV presenter shared a glimpse into her workout at Good Times Pilates in Fitzroy, Victoria, with her followers.
Updating her followers: MasterChef Australia host Melissa Leong (pictured), 39, shared a glimpse of her workout with her followers on Thursday
‘Good times with @catwebb__ @goodtimespilates,’ the 39-year-old captioned her post to her account.
In the upload, Melissa stunned in a black bodysuit that highlighted her toned figure.
She had white socks on and perfectly positioned herself to balance on an in-class machine at the studio.
The beauty was in a side-plank position, with her right leg and arm stretched out into the air.
Who is she? Melissa is know for her hosting abilities on MasterChef Australia, and regularly shares snippets of her life with her followers on social media
Melissa appeared confident doing the move, with a concentrated expression on her face and eyes looking forward.
Her long, dark tresses were out for the outwork – and she looked to be by herself for the session.
Her post to Instagram follows Melissa revealing her five top tips to maintaining her health, fresh appearance and 4.30am wake times.
Sharing with her followers: Her post to Instagram follows Melissa revealing her five top tips to maintaining her health, fresh appearance and 4.30am wake times
The TV host and food expert relies on a combination of early nights, good skincare, magnesium baths and daily exercise to make sure she is in shape all year round.
Despite being a ‘night owl’, Melissa has managed to teach herself to get into bed as early as 8.30pm to ensure she wakes up well-rested.
‘If I’m filming Masterchef or have a shoot the next day, then I’m in bed as early as I possibly can [be],’ she told Bed Threads.
When it comes to food: Melissa likes to have a good quality breakfast, but also not over-eat as she knows she’ll be eating through the day. She aims for protein, good fats and fibre
What about supplements? Melissa relies on a combination of vitamins B, C, D, magnesium and zinc, all of which she said helped to bring her back from the brink of burnout
To stay energised and look her best, Melissa swore by her skincare routine -comprising the use of an oil cleanser to rid makeup, glycolic or lactic acid serum with retinol and an eye cream at the end of a long day.
She also uses an LED light mask for ‘extra glow and skin recovery’.
Other tips she had was a good, quality breakfast; having magnesium baths, taking vitamin supplements and exercising as regularly as possible.
Skincare details: Melissa’s key to staying energised and looking her best is always doing her skincare before she goes to bed. She has noticed huge benefits from using Olay