BBC star Gabby Logan is not only "feeling fitter than ever at 50" but she certainly looks it too – that's if her latest photoshoot with Women's Health UK is anything to go by that is.
The television personality, who marked her milestone birthday back in April, looked age defying as she showcased her incredible form and flexibility in a skintight leotard – that was teamed with thigh-high heeled boots for the sizzling display.
It was easy to see Gabby's former gymnastic abilities as she got nimble in front of the camera while wowing in a number of figure enhancing garments.
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One of which included a black halter-neck swimsuit that boasted cut-out detailing from her cleavage region to her navel.
The TV sports presenter is determined to stay in good shape as she revealed her fine form in an array of sizzling new snaps while opening up on sexism within the workplace.
Speaking about her achievements with exercising of recent, the Welsh-born beauty said: "My stomach muscles are stronger than they've probably ever been – or more visible than they've been – and I feel as though I’m getting stronger and stronger…There's a goal to my training and it's to carry on being functional."
The former gymnast explained that she wanted to make an extra special effort when it came to her appearance out of respect for viewers but did also admit that she'd suffered sexism at work.
The mother of two added: "There's a bit of you that's been mindful about not wanting to be too loud, or be the person that knows all the answers – even though, er, I do know the answers.
"So there's probably a period when you retreat a little bit, and then think, actually, no – I feel confident, I'm 50 and I've done lots of things that have got me to this stage."
Opening up, she revisited an incident where she had herself been a victim of sexism in the workplace.
The TV star explained: "One boss told me that I wouldn't be on his channel after the age of 28.
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Gabby was candid with her thoughts on being a woman sports broadcaster within the television industry and how she had witnessed "hypocrisy" in the past.
"There's hypocrisy – sometimes I see a bloke and think the female equivalent of you doesn't exist on TV – there isn't a woman who looks that dishevelled. And I don't think there should be because with TV I'm going into someone's living room. I want to respect that and make a bit of effort," she told Women’s Health magazine
The full interview is in the September issue of Women's Health UK which is on sale now and available as a digital edition.
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