Having to train constantly in extreme weather conditions, how do you take care of your skin and hair?
One thing that has definitely helped my skin is rose hip oil. I’ve always had dry skin so regular moisturizers have never really moisturized my skin enough. Rose hip oil is my special formula. I’ve always been big on keeping my hair moisturized, so I use deep conditioning hair masks and leave in conditioners.
Who has been your greatest influence and motivator in your success in the field of your career? Quote, you believe in.
The greatest influence and motivator would definitely be my mom. She has been with me since I started skating and has been my rock. She pushes me to be my best and motivates me on my bad and good days. A quote she says that inspires me is, “Use what you have, to get want you want, and you’ll have what you need.”
In the current pandemic situation, how are you training while staying at home? A hobby you like to nurture
During this pandemic, off-ice conditioning as well as intervals training is keeping me afloat. I’ve recently gotten into painting which is very relaxing for me. I’m still a high school student, graduating this June so my high school work consumes the majority of my time.
Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and upcoming athletes who all are your fans? Five tips to work upon their skills.
- Believe in yourself.
- Always be your biggest fan.
- Never compare yourself to another athlete.
- Set goals.
- Have fun!
Five exercises that need to be avoided?
- Do not over work your muscles
- Jumping on concrete
- Lifting weights unsupported
- Over stretching
- Not knowing your limit
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