Pregnant Tiffiny Hall Is Joined By Her TORN Funny Husband Ed Kavalee On Men’s Health

Queen of fitness Tiffiny Hall and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee graced the covers of Women’s Health and Men’s Health respectively, showing off their incredible physiques as they prepare to welcome their second child.

Tiffiny, 37, was bronzed and glowing as the first pregnant woman to appear on the cover of the popular health magazine this month, with her 26-week baby bump.

But all eyes were on her “secretly muscular” partner Ed, 42, who was shirtless and showed off every inch of his hard work at the gym in the May issue.

But all eyes were on her 'secretly muscular' partner Ed, 42, who was shirtless and showed off every inch of his hard work at the gym in the May issue

‘Queen of fitness’ Tiffiny Hall and her comedian husband Ed Kavalee graced the covers of Women’s Health and Men’s Health respectively

Fans of the Australian golden couple first learned about Ed's physique in 2018 when his proud wife shared a photo of him holding their son Arnold in the water

Fans of the Australian golden couple first learned about Ed’s physique in 2018 when his proud wife shared a photo of him holding their son Arnold in the water

Fans of the Australian golden couple first learned about Ed’s physique in 2018 when his proud wife shared a photo of him holding their son Arnold in the water.

“He’s so ripped,” she said in a 2019 interview with Who magazine.

“He’s not showing it, but he’s in tatters and he’s strong. He’s got really big muscles, but he just won’t show it! He says, “Oh, I’m not that guy,” and I said, “Be that guy,” she said.

In a radio interview a week later, Ed touted Tiffiny’s fitness programs as the reason he was able to grow over the course of their six-year marriage.

“My wife has an incredible fitness website TIFFXO.com…that’s the truth,” he said at the time.

Ed pictured in 2019

Ed in 2022 on the cover of Men's Health

In a radio interview a week later, Ed touted Tiffiny’s fitness programs as the reason he was able to grow over the course of their six-year marriage.

To pose for Men's Health, Ed again relied on Tiffiny for support, arguing that it took a lot of 'talking in' to get him to the photo shoot

To pose for Men’s Health, Ed again relied on Tiffiny for support, arguing that it took a lot of ‘talking in’ to get him to the photo shoot

To pose for Men’s Health, Ed once again relied on Tiffiny for support, arguing that it took a lot of “talking in” to get him to the photo shoot.

“She’s always talking about what people can do and how people feel, and that’s always influenced me. I’m like, “Yeah, you’re right. I’m strong. And I love it,” he said.

Ed and Tiffiny don’t work together, he claims, because they tend to make fun of each other.

“I refuse to train with her because I don’t want to hear it. Tiff is a great trainer and she’s doing a great job, but she so desperately wants me to say, “I can’t,” he said.

“And I’m desperate not to give her that satisfaction. It’s quite ridiculous.’

Ed and Tiffiny don't work together, he claims, because they tend to try to scam each other

Ed and Tiffiny don’t work together, he claims, because they tend to try to scam each other

Ed’s favorite gym workout

Squats (4 x 12,10,8,6 reps)

Barbell overhead press (4×8)

Lat pull down (4×12)

Preacher bar curls (4×10)

Seated rows (3×12)

Lateral elevation (4×12)

Rear Hang Glide (4×12)

He does eat his wife’s food from her TXO Life health and fitness program, but is quick to point out that he’s the one cooking it.

“She takes it from me, takes a picture with it, and then eats it. I cook it. I have to be very clear about this.’

Ed has also been sober since he was 24 — the same year he started taking the gym “seriously” — which he doesn’t see as coincidence.

A typical session will see him perform squats, barbell overhead presses, lat pulldowns, preacher bar curls, seated rows, lateral raises and rear hang gliding.

Tiffiny, a former trainer of The Biggest Loser, offers a variety of 30-minute workouts, meal plans, and mindset exercises on TIFFXO.

The comedian usually wears loose-fitting clothes on TV, making it difficult to see how toned and toned he is.

For Tiffiny, she will take the time to recover from her second birth, despite pressure from the fitness community to “bounce back” right away.

A typical session will see him doing squats, barbell overhead presses, lat pulldowns, preacher bar curls, seated rows, lateral raises and rear hang gliding

A typical session will see him doing squats, barbell overhead presses, lat pulldowns, preacher bar curls, seated rows, lateral raises and rear hang gliding

‘As much as there’s pressure after you have the baby to ‘bounce back’, you don’t have to have that toxic positivity [mindset] all the time you love every minute… Take that pressure off, jump ahead. Prioritize your own self-care,” she said.

In 2019, Tiffiny shared her day at a plate that starts with a cafe-inspired breakfast of charred vegetables made with asparagus, broccolini, feta, and a boiled egg with just the right amount of protein and vitamins to keep her energized until lunch.

For lunch, it’s an easy chicken taco recipe that she invented for all her followers of the TIFFXO program so she — and she — could enjoy a healthier take on traditional Mexican food.

Then for lunch, it's an easy chicken taco recipe she invented for all her followers of the TIFFXO program so she — and she — can enjoy a healthier take on traditional Mexican food.

In 2019, Tiffiny shared her day at a plate that starts with a cafe-inspired breakfast of charred vegetables made with asparagus, broccolini, feta, and a boiled egg with just the right amount of protein and vitamins to keep her energized until lunch.

In 2019, Tiffiny shared her day at a plate that starts with a cafe-inspired breakfast of charred vegetables made with asparagus, broccolini, feta, and a boiled egg with just the right amount of protein and vitamins to keep her energized until lunch.

What’s Tiff’s Day on a Plate?

Deliciously light yet filling, these spicy tacos are a family favorite. They’re also great for entertainment — just add a pitcher of sangria,” Tiffiny said.

As a snack during the day, the special black belt in Taekwondo grills pineapple skewers on the barbecue, which can also serve as a dessert after dinner.

Adding a small amount of vanilla yogurt to a bowl gives the much-needed calcium boost and makes for the perfect pineapple topping.

For a regular dinner at home with her son Arnold and Ed, Tiffiny makes a steak sandwich salad bowl as a modern twist on the pub classic.

“My Steak Sandwich Salad Bowl, made with rump steak, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, and torn sourdough bread, is a nutritious and tasty way to end a busy and active day,” she said.

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