Introduce us to a day in your life, as an athlete and a woman full of aspirations. Two stress management strategy before Covid19:
- Breakfast (60 min before training)
- Training (2 1/2 hrs)
- Travel to weights (20 min)
- Snacks (recovery, fruit, nuts)
- Weight room (75 min)
- Cook dinner to post on IG
- Preventative maintenance stretches/Mona’s Epsom salt bath recipe
At least 9 hrs. of sleep 4x a week
Stress management strategies for me include, unplugging from social media to read/study, YouTube yoga, breathing exercises, neo-soul music.
What exercises comprise your fitness regime or workout routine that you may like to share with our viewers? Five keys to prevent injury while training.
Can’t give my fitness workout as far as weight training. But by being a professional athlete, my workouts are periodically designed for the different phases of my training cycle. Things I’ve shared on my social media accounts have been dead lifts, box step ups, different AB routines (planks, bicycles, toe touches), hand release push ups, repeat 150m runs with 3 min rest
Share the diet that you follow to remain healthy and physically fit? Foods recommended by your nutritionist. Supplements that help enhance performance.
My eating regime consists of high protein (lean proteins–chicken, fish, turkey, lean beef (90/10)), high intake of vegetables, medium fat, low carbs. So a day for me may look like breakfast (2 boiled eggs and fruit), lunch (bowl from chipotle with rice, double chicken, black beans, tomatoes, lettuce, guacamole, light cheese), dinner (chicken breast stuffed with spinach and cheese, green beans, quinoa)
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