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They used to call me “The Machine” at my old gym – well, that was ONE of the nicknames! Fashion design would come third after being a master swordswoman if it wasn’t fitness. As far as basic cardio I am stepmill and runner but a treadmill warrior nowadays. I do love the idea of running that Princess Marathon at Disneyland though. I know what my body likes and I know what it takes to look good. If I eat too much soy sauce on my sushi, it’s going to be bloat city, sweetheart. Those last 1.5-2 weeks are crucial – brutal, really, in terms of dialing in. My first piece of advice to anyone wanting a better behind is to USE IT. Change doesn’t come “easy.” You have to MAKE IT CHANGE.
I like feeling strong like I can take care of myself. Right now I am taking a break (not sure how long, but it’s needed like nothing else) from the stage – so I am letting my body heal from over eight years of steady competing! My ‘split’ is (consider this ‘loosely’): chest (light now)/tris, back/bis, shoulders/calves (light), legs/glute matrix…abs three times a week and cardio…AS MUCH AS I WANT NOW. Most people do kind of know intrinsically (meaning you KNOW if you eat fries every day, those abs are not for you! I learned that just taking all carbs out of your diet in a frenzy is the best way to come in flat and “skinny.” Never a good look for the stage. I am giving my butt and legs to DANCE and stairs; My abs to the Captains Chair leg raises, OH! Meaning: if you are exercising and you don’t feel your glutes contracting, squeezing, WORKING…guess what?