Rebel Wilson reveals the VERY easy way she lost 35kg


Rebel Wilson reveals the VERY simple exercise that helped her shed 35kg during her ‘Year of Health’ – and it doesn’t involve hitting the gym


Rebel Wilson has revealed the very simple way she shed 35kg (77lbs) during her ‘Year of Health’ in 2020. 

In an interview for Apple Fitness+, the actress, 41, admitted that walking – rather than doing endless high intensity workouts – has actually been her secret weapon for weight loss. 

Rebel said a doctor at a health retreat had advised her to take up walking, insisting it was the ‘best way’ for her to shed the kilos. 

Secret weight loss weapon: Rebel Wilson, 41, has revealed the VERY simple exercise that helped her shed over 30kg during her 'Year of Health' - and it doesn't involve hitting the gym. Rebel is pictured before her weight loss in March 2011

Pictured: Rebel in January 2022 after shedding over 30kg

Secret weight loss weapon: Rebel Wilson, 41, has revealed the VERY simple exercise that helped her shed 35kg (77lbs) during her ‘Year of Health’ – and it doesn’t involve hitting the gym. Rebel is pictured left  in March 2011 before weight loss and right in January 2020 after shedding over 30kg 

‘The doctor said to me, ‘Rebel, the best way for you to lose unwanted body fat is just simply walking,’ she explained. 

‘Doesn’t have to be high-intensity, doesn’t have to be uphill, just moderate walking an hour a day. And if you can do that, for you, for your body type, it’s, like, the best way to lose unwanted body fat.’ 

Rebel made headlines around the world after declaring 2020 her ‘Year of Health’, and has since lost around 35kgs. 

Walking it off! In an interview for Apple Fitness+ , the actress, 41, admitted that walking - rather than doing endless high intensity workouts - has actually been her secret weapon for weight loss

Walking it off! In an interview for Apple Fitness+ , the actress, 41, admitted that walking – rather than doing endless high intensity workouts – has actually been her secret weapon for weight loss

Losing it: Rebel made headlines around the world after declaring 2020 her 'Year of Health', and has since lost around 35kgs. Pictured in March 2019

Whole new person: She said she experienced 'a rebirthing of sorts' after undergoing a water shiatsu massage, describing it as 'the craziest treatment'. Pictured in December

Losing it: ‘The doctor said to me, ‘Rebel, the best way for you to lose unwanted body fat is just simply walking,’ she explained. Rebel is pictured left in March 2019 before weight loss, and right in December 2021 after losing 35kg 

In May, the Fat Pizza star candidly admitted to feeling ‘sad’ that she’d waited until the age of 40 to embrace a healthier lifestyle. 

‘Now that I know I can do it, sometimes I feel sad that I didn’t do it earlier,’ she told InStyle. 

Admitting she’s always been ‘a bit of a late developer,’ Rebel said she wished she ‘tried when I was 30, not 40.’ 

Changes: Rebel made headlines around the world after declaring 2020 her 'Year of Health', and has since lost around 35kgs. She is pictured in May 2018 before her weight loss

Transformed: Rebel is pictured in July 2021 after losing over 30kg

Changes: Rebel made headlines around the world after declaring 2020 her ‘Year of Health’, and has since lost around 35kgs. Rebel is pictured left in May 2018 before her weight loss, and right in July 2021 after losing over 30kg  

‘But everybody’s journey is different, and it’s not a race or competition.’

‘I have a natural empathy for anyone who struggles with weight issues because that’s something I’ve always struggled with.’

Rebel said that ‘anyone can go on walks and drink more water and do little, consistent things that’ll improve their lives,’ – and it’s never too late to start.  

Pictured in May 2020

‘Sometimes I feel sad that I didn’t do it earlier’: In May, the Fat Pizza star candidly admitted to feeling ‘sad’ that she’d waited until the age of 40 to embrace a healthier lifestyle

Start small: Rebel said that 'anyone can go on walks and drink more water and do little, consistent things that'll improve their lives,' - and it's never too late to start

Start small: Rebel said that ‘anyone can go on walks and drink more water and do little, consistent things that’ll improve their lives,’ – and it’s never too late to start

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