Trinny Woodall slaps her underarms with bamboo sticks during martial arts tutorial

Trinny Woodall, 58, looks incredible in tight gymwear as she slaps her underarms with bamboo sticks during martial arts tutorial with hunky trainer

Trinny Woodall slapped her underarms with bamboo sticks as she tried Qigong, a form of martial arts, with a hunky instructor on Wednesday.

The businesswoman, 58, looked incredible in a blue tie-dyed long-sleeved top and tight black leggings as she took to Instagram to share the 55 minute video.

In her caption, she wrote: ‘I have the biggest treat for you. If you are feeling tired and sluggish with no energy this is going to change your day.

Looking good: Trinny Woodall slapped her underarms with bamboo sticks as she tried Qigong, a form of martial arts, with a hunky instructor on Wednesday

Looking good: Trinny Woodall slapped her underarms with bamboo sticks as she tried Qigong, a form of martial arts, with a hunky instructor on Wednesday

‘Arron is back in the house!!! @qigongwitharron – if You have never tried Chi gong Yoo Ah in for a treat because it’s going to give you an incredible energy and make you feel calm at the same time.

‘I’ve never come across a practice that does these two exact things so brilliantly and I have never come across such a good teacher as Arron and such a joy to watch.

‘@hayoufit – If you want arron to come back you need to leave comments below.’

Wow! The businesswoman, 58, looked incredible in a blue tie-dyed long-sleeved top

Wow! The businesswoman, 58, looked incredible in a blue tie-dyed long-sleeved top

Hot stuff: She also wore tight black leggings

Good watch: She took to Instagram to share the 55 minute video

Hot stuff: She also wore tight black leggings as she took to Instagram to share the 55 minute video

Trinny recently filed blockbuster accounts for her beauty brand Trinny London, with turnover soaring to more than £50million.

Unlike Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney, who both filed reports detailing losses in recent weeks, the former TV presenter’s six-year-old business appears to be in rude health.

According to documents filed at Companies House, the cosmetics company clocked up £27.3million of sales in the UK, £6.3million in Europe and £16.9million in the rest of the world.

But despite the enviable headline news, just £45,520 of net profit is recorded for the financial year, as the company records ‘administrative expenses’ of £30million.

What a pair! They seemed to be in their element during the training session

What a pair! They seemed to be in their element during the training session

Having fun: In her caption, she wrote: 'I have the biggest treat for you. If you are feeling tired and sluggish with no energy this is going to change your day'

Having fun: In her caption, she wrote: ‘I have the biggest treat for you. If you are feeling tired and sluggish with no energy this is going to change your day’

That means the business owes just £810,000 in tax for the year up to March 2022.

The company was set up by Trinny in 2017 with £7million of investment: some from her wealthy art collector boyfriend Charles Saatchi, plus £60,000 she raised herself by selling off her old clothes.

Earlier this week, Trinny appeared on This Morning where she discussed starting the brand at the ‘worst time’ to launch a business.

Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield on Thursday, Trinny explained that she had thought about starting Trinny London for a long time but stopped herself because of a series of difficult circumstances.

Not a bad start to the year! Trinny recently filed blockbuster accounts for her beauty brand Trinny London, with turnover soaring to more than £50million (pictured in January 2023)

Not a bad start to the year! Trinny recently filed blockbuster accounts for her beauty brand Trinny London, with turnover soaring to more than £50million (pictured in January 2023)

‘I started it at the worst time, when my daughter’s father had died, I was living in a house that was too expensive for me, I couldn’t afford the mortgage, and yet sometimes you have to say to yourself, “It’s now or never”.

The father of her daughter, Johnny Elichaoff, fell to his death from a car park roof in November 2014 after he ‘lost everything’ in a series of failed oil investments, an inquest heard.

Johnny, 55, who had battled an addiction to painkillers for 20 years, died at the Whiteley’s shopping centre in Bayswater, west London.

Makeover guru: Unlike Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney, who both filed reports detailing losses in recent weeks, the former TV presenter's six-year-old business appears to be in rude health (pictured in November 2022)

Makeover guru: Unlike Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney, who both filed reports detailing losses in recent weeks, the former TV presenter’s six-year-old business appears to be in rude health (pictured in November 2022)

The drummer turned businessman had been talked down from the same spot 11 days previously and was sectioned briefly.

Mr Elichaoff married TV presenter Miss Woodall in 1999 in London’s Knightsbridge and the couple had a child Lyla, 11, together, before they divorced in 2009, but remained on good terms.

Miss Woodall, who is now dating art dealer Charles Saatchi, told the inquest Mr Elichaoff ‘had a heart attack in his head. He no longer felt he had the strength to deal with his physical and emotional pain’.

But now the business is booming and she leads the way for over 200 staff members under the brand.

‘It’s a journey to start a business and I started with one other person, then two other people, then now we have 220 people, we sell in 200 countries around the world.’

She added: ‘The company was born out of making over women for so long – how can I help more women feel great, and makeup is a part of that.’

Big business: According to documents filed at Companies House, the cosmetics company clocked up £27.3million of sales in the UK, £6.3million in Europe and £16.9million in the rest of the world

Big business: According to documents filed at Companies House, the cosmetics company clocked up £27.3million of sales in the UK, £6.3million in Europe and £16.9million in the rest of the world

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