Nina Agdal recently showed off her toned body in a series photos From a great “weekend,” which included her doing yoga in a black sports bra and matching shorts. The Sports Illustrated cover girl has been interested in fitness since a young age. “Fitness, wellness and nutrition are a huge part of my life,” she said in an Instagram. Video Presenting her app The Agdal Method. She added, “I played basketball. I did competitive dance. I’ve always been active and wanted to move.” The 31-year-old has a positive attitude towards living a healthy lifestyle and we take a closer look at her diet and how she keeps fit.
In the video where she explained why she wanted to launch a wellness app, the model shared where she learned the importance of nutrition. “My mom taught me a lot about nutrition and how important it is to nourish your body. When I started modeling I really had to take care of myself, and figure out what was right for me. Works, which was a journey, is when I really started to dive into the nutrition aspect of wellness.”
Agdal told in the video that he is also a health trainer. “Last year I graduated as a Certified Health Coach IIN and it’s all coming together, and the Agdal Method is about that.”
Maintaining good food choices while traveling can be challenging, so Adgal brings her own snacks. “Travelling is tough, but I always bring my snacks with me, especially on long flights,” she said. greedy, “I usually have Quest Bars, Gladiator cookies, and kale chips from the juice press, that way if I get bored or hungry, I have something to snack on.”
Staying hydrated is important for many reasons like getting rid of waste, maintaining routine, increasing energy and much more. Adgal makes sure she drinks plenty of water and told Coveteur, “I drink at least eight cups of water a day. I also drink a lot of iced or hot green tea because I like the taste, plus it Gives me energy and can speed up your metabolism.” At least I believe so! I always try to start my day by drinking a full bottle of water when taking vitamin supplements. In the morning, I get a large Americano, and in the afternoon, I get an iced soy macchiato. ,
When she’s not traveling on the road for work, Adgal loves a good home-cooked meal. ‘I really like to cook,’ she told the outlet. “I grew up very spoiled: my mother was an amazing cook, so I learned from the best. If I’m cooking for myself, I try to keep it simple so there isn’t a lot of cleanup afterward. My That’s what works: An omelet with veggies like broccoli, asparagus, bell peppers, chili flakes, and Parmesan cheese. Or I’ll make a steak with a tossed salad. But this is a pretty easy thing that I’ll cook if it’s just me. Let me go. Like when I go all out when I’m cooking for friends and family!”
Apart from eating a balanced diet of proteins and vegetables, Edgal likes to eat healthy food. “I like dried mango, hummus with celery, green juice with kale, celery, parsley, ginger, apple, and Greek yogurt,” she said. “Or have half an avocado crushed with a little salt and a slice of chili on a piece of whole-wheat toast. The chili pieces add just enough heat. I also love a good burger or steak with a little bit of barnyard sauce. A For hard work week after week, I’ll reward myself with that and an ice-cold beer.”
Adgal enjoys being active and exercises frequently. “I like to mix between cardio routines and bodyweight-focused flows,” she explains. haute living, “Now that the weather is nice I’ve been enjoying outdoor interval jogging/running. The mental effect of running is what I like most. When I’m not running, I run 25-40” sprints using my body weight. “Minute runs or I’ll add a set of ankle weights for a good burn. Any exercise that focuses on connecting muscles and reconnecting with breathing is my favorite.”
Adgal has a healthy outlook when it comes to her diet and doesn’t limit herself. “I don’t diet or have any restrictions when it comes to food,” she told Haute Living. “I believe in intuitive eating, so if I’m craving something that people might label “bad” I allow myself to enjoy it without the guilt trip of late. Guilt Trip’ The ‘bad’ part, not the food itself. It’s really a balance to find healthy eating patterns and it took me years to find it. I believe in lifestyle changes, not diets or tough workout regimens. In. You want to find and do something that you enjoy and that you can continue, that makes you feel good. Good. Finding enjoyable workouts and appreciating nutritious delicious food is the first step toward that kind of lifestyle. Which is what The Agdal Method is about.
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