How are you staying creative during the lockdown time?
I just picked up my guitar for the hundredth time. I’m dedicating myself to daily practice this time around. I’m putting together a home studio set up and finally learning to record myself — long overdue! I’m also coming up with really cool in-home performance ideas. I want it to be more than just sitting on my couch with a mike in hand.
Which exercises are an integral part of your workout routine? Five must-do mornings stretches?
Yoga is an integral part of my workout routine. I’ve been taking advantage of all the free IG live yoga classes. Five must-do morning stretches: toe touch, downward dog, back bend, cat-cow, pyramid pose.
Introduce us to a day in your busy life? What’s like a day off routine?
A busy day is waking up and doing my morning meditation, scrolling social media, having a quick breakfast, responding to emails and texts.
I may have an interview or Q&A to respond to, I may be shooting a Wellness Wednesday video for my YouTube channel, or I may have a performance to set up and do. It’s hard to get a workout in on busier days, but stretching is second nature now; I’ll do that anytime, anywhere.
On my days off I’m able to get an hour of yoga in. I juice veggies for the week. I meditate 2 or 3 times throughout the day and do some journaling. I’m also dedicating at least an hour to guitar practice — and of course binging the latest trending show on Netflix.
Your meal before and after a workout? The secret to a slim torso.
I’ll have scrambled eggs and avocado or sometimes just a juice before working out. I generally have a pretty balanced diet. I swear by celery juice for digestion, but otherwise I think I just have this switch that knows how to regulate my eating habits.
I might crave In-N-Out one day, but I’ll eat super healthy the days that follow. It’s all about balance for me and also knowing how I desire to look and the reality of what it takes to maintain my physique.
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