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    Harry Judd by Jon Enoch
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    Harry Judd by Jon Enoch
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    Harry Judd by Jon Enoch
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    Harry Judd by Jon Enoch

Harry Judd tells Gay Times how exercise helped him deal with stress

in Books/Celebrity/Fitness/Mental Health

Drawing on his personal experiences battling anxiety and stress at the height of his fame as one-quarter of boyband McFly, Harry Judd’s book Get Fit, Get Happy takes an unexpected approach to fitness.

I wanted this to be an accessible fitness book that takes the pressure out of getting fit. Hopefully people will do it and find they feel happier and more positive and want to keep doing it.

Harry’s keen to stress that it’s not how we look on the outside that ought to be the motivator when it comes to fitness, but rather the positive impact going to the gym and keeping a routine can have on our mental wellbeing.

The main reason I train is to make myself feel better. Exercise has really helped regulate my stress. It’s helped me cope with anxiety much better because it’s given me a really good focus in life.

Get Fit, Get Happy is available from amazon.co.uk

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