Davina McCall reportedly wants to become a spin instructor.
The 49-year-old television personality and fitness fanatic, who once claimed she beat a cheetah in a race, has aspirations to teach the high impact static cycle exercise class and is said to be weighing up running her own sessions later this year.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Davina loves her exercise, but this shows how big a part it plays in her life.
"Walking into a class and seeing her is bound to give anyone that extra motivation.
"The course will take up a lot of her time, so it's still something she is weighing up for later in the year but Davina has proven she won't shy away from a challenge."
The former 'Celebrity Big Brother' host's plans will come as no surprise to her husband Matthew Robertson - with whom she has daughters Holly, 15, Tilly 13, and son Chester, 10 - as the brunette beauty and her spouse of 17 years enjoy time alone exercising with one another.
She recently said: "We love sharing a hobby together.
"We don't have to motivate each other to exercise - whether that's going out on the bikes or to the gym together - because it's become part of our lives."
Even hanging out with her friends turns to fitness.
She said: "If I have three girlfriends round at once, it kind of turns into a class. I come over all Jane Fonda."
Davina - who has released a whole host of fitness DVDs, including the most recent 'Davina: 30 Day Fat Burn' - previously shared how she sped past a cheetah, one of the fastest animals in the world, to record a narrow victory over the plodding puss during filming for the factual series 'Life At The Extreme'.
She said: "My fitness did help, especially with things like racing a cheetah in the first episode!
"I actually beat him, even if it was by one second."
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