Five exercises are an integral part of your workout routine?
Morning stretches that you practice? Any sport you like? Jump rope, sit ups, mountain climbers and weight training. My morning stretches incorporate yoga to help alleviate stress, increase flexibility and improve my athletic performance. My favourite sport is body building. I first discovered bodybuilding in 2017 and have since competed in 3 NPC (National Physique Committee) shows in the women’s bikini division.
Introduce us to a day in your busy life? How do you balance your routine as a model & an actress? You are known for Road to Rosarito (2020) how has the experience been.
When I’m not on set for a model or acting project I keep myself extremely busy with acting classes, rehearsals, and auditions. My day job as an aestheticians and yoga are my other passions. I balance my routine by practicing the things that I have passion for. I have made a routine in life to only focus on the things that truly fuel my soul.
And to be honest, I started feeling successful when I began living for myself and pursuing the things which feed my soul. To me, that is the definition of success. Sharing my life journey in the hopes of inspiring others is what I most desire to do. I was cast for Road to Rosarito in 2017.
I honestly didn’t think I would be cast for the project because at the time I didn’t have much acting experience. At the time I had only taken a few acting classes to help me with my modeling career. I was given a monologue to memorize, and I related to the circumstances of the character, so my audition was truly from my heart. I was thrilled to find out I had been cast! Shortly after that I decided to move to LA. In 2019 I enrolled in the Baron Brown Studio to continue to hone my craft.
Your meal before and after a workout? The secret to maintaining a slim torso. Three myths need to be busted?
My meal before a work out is usually carbs, lean protein and after is lean protein and green veggies. The secrets to keeping a slim torso is simple but takes a lot of determination….workout and diet…and then workout some more! Myth #1: To stay in shape, you only need to work out once or twice a week. While it is good to be active to truly stay at your best you have to work out and eat well consistently! It’s like having another job.
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