Five exercises that comprise your workout routine that you may like to share? The therapy you undertake to prevent injury or overcome it? Also, one tip to handle defeat in competitions for beginners?
- Burpees, it’s a very annoying exercise but it gets your whole body
- Jump rope is also my favourite, very effective
- Bicycle abs
- Back exercise where you lay on your stomach and raise your hand and leg at the same time
- Glute bridge
For me, I think it’s important to have a physio that you can contact and have exercises from to prevent injuries, but also to remember to stretch, go for massages, and to remember to have rest days.
When I was younger I used to always be at the very bottom in competitions so one tip from me is that it’s important to have a mentality to get motivation from defeat and not let it defeat you also mentally. You go back to training and train harder focus better and look forward to the next competitions.
A diet that you follow to remain healthy and physically fit? Two supplements that are key essential for immunity and enhanced performance.
I don’t follow a certain meal plan, but I love healthy foods and I mainly eat very clean and have those basic nutrients you need every day to have the energy for long training days, but cheat meals are also a must and Ice cream is my favourite go-to.
Having to train constantly in extreme weather conditions, how do you take care of your skin and hair? Two hairstyles you like.
For me when you have to be in the ice rink a lot, my skin gets very dry cause it’s so cold so I just have to moisturize a lot more.
My two favorite hairstyles are a messy bun and half up, half down.