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The Block host Scott Cam continues to keep up with his fitness as he goes on a walk with wife Ann

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He kept himself busy during the coronavirus lockdown period by building a ‘gym cave’ at his home in a bid to get healthy. 

And Scott Cam, 57, showed off the fruits of his labour as he embarked on a walk in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs on Wednesday. 

Joined by his wife Ann, The Block host dressed his slimmer physique in a black singlet and shorts. 

Slimmed down: Fitness fanatic Scott Cam, 57, he embarked on a walk in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs on Wednesday

Slimmed down: Fitness fanatic Scott Cam, 57, he embarked on a walk in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs on Wednesday

The Gold Logie winner completed his look with a fleece tied around his waist as he strolled along in his trainers. 

His wife, Ann, was also appropriately dressed for the active outing, donning a grey top and black leggings. 

The couple’s sighting comes after Scott revealed the secrets to his weight loss, telling Daily Mail Australia in May that he has been interval training four times a week.

Team work: Joined by his wife Ann, The Block host dressed his slimmer physique in a black singlet and shorts

Team work: Joined by his wife Ann, The Block host dressed his slimmer physique in a black singlet and shorts

The TV star explained that his workout routine consists of 30 minutes of weight training – with 45 seconds on and 15 seconds off. 

Scott alternates between five sets of six exercises, focusing on different muscle groups every day.

‘I have lost some weight, but it’s more about getting healthy,’ he said.

Sporty: The Gold Logie winner completed his look with a fleece tied around his waist as he strolled along in his trainers

Sporty: The Gold Logie winner completed his look with a fleece tied around his waist as he strolled along in his trainers

He added that while he has always tried to be ‘cautious’ of what he is eating, he is ‘trying his best’ to consume less snacks.

The popular presenter said his decision to get back on track with his fitness and change his lifestyle first came over the holiday season.

‘I started over Christmas break and kept going,’ he explained. ‘I’ve been a fan of the gym on and off for years. ‘I’ve never been consistent though until I started during the break.’

Determination: He kept himself busy during the coronavirus lockdown period by building a 'gym cave' at his home in a bid to get healthy

Determination: He kept himself busy during the coronavirus lockdown period by building a ‘gym cave’ at his home in a bid to get healthy

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