Having to train constantly in extreme weather conditions, how do you take care of your skin and hair?
Oh my gosh. Moisturise! Extreme weather, sun, and sweat do a number on your skin and hair. I believe in Sunscreen and exfoliating are key, and then a sheet face mask at least once a week. For hair— use hats. Also, once a week I use Castor Oil or Coconut oil on it to keep the strands hydrated, and only use hot tools if I have an event.
Who has been your greatest influence and motivator in your success in the field of your career? Quote, you live by.
My greatest influence nad motivator has been my mother. She’s such a bad a$%! She raised 5 kids, showed tough love to me when I was down and pushed me to keep going when I needed it. I live by two quotes—
Life is made up of moments, little ones, big ones— and ones that will change your life forever.
The Tokyo Olympics 2020 have been delayed due to the pandemic situation, how are you preparing for 2021? What is your routine while staying at home?
Right now, just doing my best to stay home and stay healthy. It sounds so simple but getting in home workouts, working on passion projects and training from home like it’s a modified off season until they are able to confirm more of a schedule for us.
Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and upcoming athletes who all are your fans? 5 tips to work upon their skills.
1. Have Fun!!
2. Practice Consistently
3. Don’t be afraid to fail
4. Try something new!
5. Don’t ever GIVE up!
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