Introduce us to a day in your life. Your morning begins with.
My day starts with a cup of coffee or cappuccino and cuddles with my little beagle. I then have my breakfast and workout based on the latest programme from our team trainer. The rest of the day will depend on my mood; I’ll watch series, have a braai with friends, go shopping or just catch up with my friends and family.
Exercises that essentially comprise your workout routine all through? Fivemust-dos stretches to prevent injury?
As a wicket-keeper I need strong legs so I do a lot of squats, core and running to keep fit.
Stretching is very important and these are some of my top stretches:
- Quad stretches
- Calf stretch
- Leg swings
- hamstring stretch
- figure four stretches
Diet that you follow to remain healthy and physically fit? Food you love to feast on, two desserts you enjoy eating.
Luckily for me I don’t have a sweet tooth but when I do crave something sweet I treat myself to dark chocolate. I typically have egg whites and avocado on toast for breakfast. For lunch I have a protein based salad and when I’m a feeling little bit lazy to cook Nandos is my go to!
Training in extreme weather conditions can show its toll on hair & skin, five tips you follow for skin, and hair care?
Well I am big on sunblock, I always lather it on during outdoor training sessions and before and during matches. That’s really important for skin care. I have a routine every morning and evening for washing and moisturizing my skin. When it comes to hair care, I find wearing a cap or my helmet when I am out in the middle really helps protect my hair from sun damage and I use a good shampoo and conditioner to maintain.
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