EXCLUSIVE: Aussie PT reveals workout routine he had Princess Diana follow at a gym in London for a year: ‘She worked extremely hard’

She was often seen hitting the gym in iconic sports outfits before her tragic death in 1997.

And now an Australian gym owner has revealed how dedicated the late Princess Diana was to her fitness.

Cameron Falloon, who trained the Princess of Wales from 1995 to 1996 at a gymnasium in Earl’s Court, London, revealed to Daily Mail Australia what a typical week entails.

EXCLUSIVE: An Australian PT has revealed the workout routine he put the late Princess Diana through at a gym in London for a year in 1995. Pictured that year

“She was very dedicated, she was an extremely hard worker. When her schedule permitted between her royal philanthropic duties, she would work out at the gym at least two to three times a week,” Cameron said.

“She also went for walks and runs. She was very dedicated. But like everyone else, she had a love/hate relationship with training.

Cameron revealed that the types of workouts he would put her through were ‘very resistance and strength based’ as opposed to cardio.

Consistent: Cameron Falloon (pictured) told Daily Mail Australia:

Consistent: Cameron Falloon (pictured) told Daily Mail Australia: ‘When her schedule permitted between her royal philanthropic duties, she would work out at the gym at least two to three times a week’

Incredibly lean: Cameron revealed the types of workouts he would put him through were 'very resistance and strength based' as opposed to cardio

Incredibly lean: Cameron revealed the types of workouts he would put him through were ‘very resistance and strength based’ as opposed to cardio

“Most of what we focused on was strength, core conditioning and postural work,” he said.

Cameron is now based in Australia and is the founder and co-CEO of BFT (Body Fit Training).

He was previously the head strength and conditioning coach for AFL teams including the Geelong Cats, Western Bulldogs and Port Adelaide Power.

Active lifestyle: “She also went for walks and runs.  She was very dedicated.  But like everyone else, she had a love/hate relationship with training.

Active lifestyle: “She also went for walks and runs. She was very dedicated. But like everyone else, she had a love/hate relationship with coaching,” Cameron said.

Cameron personally designed all 50-minute workouts to BFTwhich tend to be strength and resistance based.

“We have a mix of high and low intensity days, just like the athletes. It’s not always coming and going as hard as you can every day, because that’s when your body breaks down,’ he said.

“So we have a variety of progressive programs designed on an eight-week training block,” Cameron continued, with clients often alternating days of cardiovascular training and resistance training.

In tip top shape:

In great shape: “Most of what we focused on was strength, core conditioning and postural work,” Cameron added.