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More than a quarter of British adults are classified as clinically obese. No surprise, then, that only one in three of us does any kind of exercise, and seven out of 10 men and eight out of 10 women fall well below their optimum activity level. If the idea of a better eating and exercise plan starts to have some sort of appeal, who better to inspire you to get on that healthy treadmill than some of the world's most experienced - and strictest - personal trainers.Nathalie Schyllert, 30 (above) When Nathalie Schyllert left the Royal Ballet School at 15 years old because of an injury to her foot, exercise became her obsession - kick-boxing and yoga filled the void that the  five hours of ballet a day had opened. Her ballerina frame turned into an athletic 'sporty, healthy' body that won her modelling contracts with Stella McCartney, Adidas, Vogue and Elle. But while good genes and a naturally active disposition played their part (her mother, too, had that dream body), Schyllert works hard in the gym. To keep her stomach flat and her arms and legs toned but not bulky ('something I have to really watch'), she trains at the gym where she also works as a personal trainer. Bodyism is the exclusive one-to-one personal training company based in London. 'It's lengthening, strengthening and toning circuits and the clean and lean lifestyle that really works for me,' she says. Three things that make a difference: Less stress is imperative. However it's caused - whether it's work, friends, family or even food-related [culprit foods include coffee and sugar] - an increase in the level of the stress hormone cortisol causes us to hold on to weight, particularly around the middle. Eat as much natural food as you can, cutting out sugar and bad carbs including pasta, bread, sweets, fizzy drinks and alcohol. Don't do long runs if you hate them. Do something you like; not only will you stick to it, you'll also be far less stressed so you'll lose more weight.Weekly exercise routine: I pack in a lot around my working day, which starts at seven, either before my first client or during my lunch break. I usually manage two Bodyism training sessions, two hour-long dynamic yoga sessions and one regeneration session (either stretching, foam rolling my legs or a massage), plus I walk to and from work, which takes 20 minutes each way.Total: 9½ hours per week.Typical food diary: I eat at least five times a day - you have to if you want to keep the metabolism revving.