Alina Ross is a a professional Equestrian. She specializes in the competitive sports of vaulting. Equestrian vaulting, or simply vaulting, is most often described as gymnastics and dance on horseback, which can be practiced both competitively or non-competitively. Alina Ross competes in the sports of vaulting for Germany.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Alina Ross a professional Equestrian from Germany to talk about her secret to success, diet, and exercise routine.
You are a professional Equestrian. Walk us through your spectacular journey and tell us how it all began?
I´ve has been on horses since I can remember. My parents owned three horses at that time and I was at the stable every day and rode a lot. When I was 6 years old, I saw at a competition that there isn’t only riding but also vaulting. From that time on I trained more and more, developed more ambition and fell more and more in love with the sport.
What has been your greatest achievement to date?
I think my greatest success is what I have learned and achieved, supported by my parents, coaches and friends: trust, self-discipline, ambition, personality, strength, perseverance,…
Introduce us to a day in your life.
A normal day looks like that:
First thing in the morning I go to the stable and put our horses out to pasture, then I jog a few laps to start the day. Then I stretch and do one of my strength training programs. After lunch I go back to the stable and train on the barrel in my gymnastic room there. Then I muck out the boxes and after that I usually train on the horse. At the end of the day I train on the barrel again and do a second strength training program or do some athletics training.
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