When you're a TV hostess with a rock hard dancer's body, it should come as no surprise when viewers probe you for all your health and fitness secrets.
Now, Strictly Ballroom star Sonia Kruger is finally gracing her fans with a new app that will provide them with all the tips they need to look as fit as her.
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The app - cleverly titled Strictly You - is a dance-based fitness and nutritional program where users will have access to health and fitness advice from Australia's best choreographers, nutritionists and professional trainers.
Combining dance-based workouts with healthy meal plans, Sonia has created a program that can be adjusted to each individual's abilities.
The key aspect seems to be the dance routine workouts, inspired by Sonia's love of dance and exercise.
"Nothing comes close to the rush I get from dancing. You can burn calories whilst having a ball and I want others to feel the same. It's possible to have a great work out, learn some fun dance floor skills and look and feel better than ever!" the Dancing With The Stars host stated.
For less than $1.50 per day, Strictly You members will have access to innovative workouts that combine warm-ups, dancing and exercises set to motivating dance tracks produced in high-quality AV to follow along at home.
Despite admitting some workouts left her feeling "sore," the Today Extra host assured users that the routines were well within beginner capability (a daily full-body work-out takes less than 25 minutes to complete).
Sonia has enlisted So You Think You Can Dance's Aric Yegudkin and Masha Belash as choreographers for the app, as well as Kara Vogt as a nutritionist for the app.
Any person tuning in to Today Extra and The Voice will note that Sonia has a killer body.
Even after giving birth to her daughter, Maggie, in 2015, the bombshell still stuns in each designer piece she wears on TV.
As a result, Sonia has been flooded with questions from fans begging to know how she stays in shape.
"This is actually half the reason I did this because people were sort of saying to me 'What do you do? What do you eat? What workout do you do? How do you get your arms to look like that?" the 53-year-old told an Australian publication.
"Even now, if I post a picture on Instagram from The Voice I get so many questions from people about what I'm doing, what am I eating, what sort of workouts do you do, so it felt like a natural step to do this and to share it."
The app is available to download now.