She revealed that she "hated the way her body was" and was ready to get back in shape earlier this week.
And now Amy Childs has revealed more details about her tough new fitness plan, including only 1,200 calories a day and cutting out alcohol completely.
The 30-year-old TOWIE star also said she plans three workouts a week with a few extra cardio sessions in between while on Instagram Stories on Wednesday.
Get Serious: Amy Childs announced that she will only have 1,200 calories a day and has cut alcohol as part of her new fitness plan
Amy hit social media and said, "I still have a long way to go, but I'm sticking to it. My daily calories will be 1,200.
“I will post pictures of my transformation every week. I'm so proud of myself, no alcohol. I usually drink every night! & # 39;
The mother of two also stated that she would exercise and supplement her exercises with cardio three times a week, with some of these sessions being online.
Amy sounded enthusiastic about the new routine and looked amazing talking to the camera in a gray sports bra.
Train in the gym: The TOWIE star also trains three times a week and complements her exercises with a few cardio sessions in between
Amy wore her blonde locks for the quick update and seemed to have kept her makeup to a minimum before a workout.
The recommended daily calorie intake is 2,000 calories per day for women and 2,500 for men, according to the NHS website.
It comes after Amy reveals that she "hates the way her body is" and that she is "the greatest she ever was" at 10.5 stone on Monday.
The reality star spoke to her followers from the gym when she told fans that she had been "very lazy with her diet and exercise lately."
Details: Amy added that she stopped drinking alcohol every night and is regularly informed of her transformation
She added that this time around, she had a hard time getting her body back in shape after giving birth to their second child, Richie Jr., in 2018.
Speaking to her fans, she said: “Hi guys, today is the first day I get back in shape. I have to be honest, the second time I found it very difficult, obviously having two children, to get fit.
"But I've met one of Rob's best coaches, so I really need to get fit."
Trainer Rob then interjected and said, "So the plan is that we do three full-body workouts a week of weights and cardio workouts, we're going to look at your diet."
Honest: The mother of two previously stated that this time it was difficult for her to get her body back into shape after giving birth to their second child, Richie Jr., in 2018
She also titled her post: “Day 1 of the return to the gym! Ok, I'm not going to lie, it was really hard to come back. I found my first session with @robswainept very difficult, but I'm back at it. I'm the greatest I've ever been and hate the way my body is, all result of my fitness journey.
“I weigh a little more than 10 ½ stone! I've just been very lazy with my diet and exercise and I'm back at it and can't wait to show you my hard work.
“So folks, I want you to follow my fitness and weight loss journey! By January, I want to feel better than I have ever felt before and want you all to follow me with me! & # 39;
Old times: Amy announced she's back in the gym to get her figure in shape (pictured in 2011 before having her two kids)
Amy returned to this series from TOWIE after taking a break from reality TV to have two children, Polly (three) and Ritchie (two).
Since then she has thrilled the fans with her funny performances together with her daughter, who has made it her business to use the phrase "bye hun!"
Last month Amy announced that she had "lost" herself for a few years, but has finally felt like herself again.
The reality star spoke openly with new things! Magazine and admitted that she "forgot who she is" after her children were born but got her "mojo back" after returning to TOWIE.
Regarding her fight at the time, she said: “I feel like I have my life back! I have my mojo back. A few years ago, after having the two children, I felt like I was a little lost. & # 39;
Let's go! Amy went to the gym on Monday with her trainer Rob, who put her through their paces
Expert: Trainer Rob (pictured) then interjected and said, "So the plan is for us to do three full-body workouts a week with weights and cardio workouts."
Amy added that even her family and friends had told her she wasn't the fun Amy knew when she was struggling with her sanity.
“I was a little downcast from the breakups. I forgot who I was. Having two children is hard work and there are only 15 months between Polly and Ritchie.
“Being a mother is the most rewarding job in the world, but you lose yourself and it's all about her. I don't know if I have been depressed, but I felt very down at times. & # 39;
Amy added that she is very happy with her current boyfriend, Tim, who has a "lovely" relationship with her two children.
Motherhood: Amy returned to this series from TOWIE after taking a break from reality TV to have two children, Polly (three) (pictured) and Ritchie (two)