Feel good! Elton john revealed he is feeling the best he has felt in a long time after taking care of his health during COVID-19 quarantine.
“I’ve been probably the fittest for a long, long time and feel great. There is no point in moaning about it, no need to complain about being overweight. You have to do something about it, “said the” Rocket Man “singer, 74. Troy Deeney during a recent episode of the “Deeney Talks” podcast. “I have always had a weight problem and [body issues] and I think it takes you a long time to come to terms with this. I don’t think I ever will.
The artist noted that he had struggled to look at himself on screen throughout his life.
“I never watch myself on video, a show I’ve done, a TV show I’ve done. I just don’t like looking at myself. I don’t have a good body image. It’s been a part of me since I was a kid, ”the“ Your Song ”singer said. “It’s something that stays with you. At least I can talk about it now.
John, who has type B diabetes, said he wanted to work on his health for the sake of his children, Zachary, 10, and Elijah, 8, whom he shares with her husband, David Furnish.
“I want to be around [them] as much as possible. So in that case, I’m going to get together and do as I’m told, ”he said.
Once the pandemic is over, the Grammy winner wants to feel good about touring and living his life. Recently, he has focused on his health by talking to a nutritionist and doctors, as well as moving his body. When it comes to staying active, John enjoys taking a walk in the pool and playing tennis.
“I just wanted to come out to the other side without being overweight and feel like when I go back on tour I’m going to be the fittest I know,” he explained. “A lot of my shame comes from the way I gained weight. … This has been with me my whole life. I go up and down like a bloody yo-yo. But I really focused on this during the lockdown and got a lot of help from the people around the house.
In their conversation, Deeney, 32, noted that it was refreshing to hear someone so successful open up about the issues everyone faces.
The footballer said: “We all have complexes. We all have problems. It’s good that you do something about it.
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