Share the diet that you follow to remain healthy and physically fit? Five foods you absolutely love that are completely nutritious.
I have a high protein diet but I don’t stick to anything fancy. I love to have variety and choice in what I eat so I mix things up all the time.
Breakfast can range from eggs / vanilla & banana porridge / chicken sausages.
Lunch is always a low sugar protein bar and fruit. I like to keep things light before flipping around in the gym. After training I always have a protein shake with skimmed milk and then once I’m home I have dinner which is usually some meat / fish, vegetables or salad and some rice or lentils.
My top 5 food I love and would always be in my diet….. grilled chicken, sushi, blue berries, avocado and bananas.
Having to train constantly, how do you take care of your skin and hair? Five skin boosters.
I try to keep my hair natural and not straighten it to much when I’m training every day. My go to hairstyle is always a high bun and I try to use lots of leave in conditioner and use a good hair mask once a week.
Skincare my two favourite brands are Carbon Theory and Glamglow. I use Carbon theory soap everyday morning and night and then use their cleanser or a glamglow moisturiser. I also love to use baby oil or body butter every evening after a hot bath. I avoid using body moisture before training as it makes me extra sweaty and it can make gripping difficult in training.
Five skin boosters ….. Use a good facial wash / moisturise you face / wearing reduced makeup when training helps keep my skin fresher / A good body moisturiser to keep skin hydrated and for me to combat the chalky gym / Exfoliating body and facial wash is brilliant to use 2-3 times a week.
With the Tokyo Olympics 2020 being delayed, how are your preparations going on for 2021?
I am trying to stay as focused as I can throughout quarantine life. I am still working out 3-4hrs 6 days a week to keep my fitness levels as high as I can. I feel confident I care turn to training well when the timing is right.
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