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A surprising chat with Kayla Itsines

May 19, 2023   •   32 MIN

Kayla Itsines went from training clients in her parents’ backyard to touring around the world hosting sold out boot camps. 

But since then she’s become a mother of two and is tackling the idea of ‘bounce back’ culture. 

In this chat with Jamila Rizvi, Kayla explains how she is doing the high wire act of new-mum juggling and her approach to fitness since discovering her own vulnerabilities. 



Watch: The Diplomat on Netflix 

Eat: Chocolate Dipped Brown Butter Tahini Cookies from Ambitious kitchen 

Do: Sydney Comedy Festival 

Eat: Air fryer carrot chips 

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A surprising chat with Kayla Itsines

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