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Healthy Hangouts: 5 Minutes with Renae Ayris


Healthy Hangouts: 5 Minutes with Renae Ayris

Renae Ayris is one of Australia’s most naturally beautiful faces and personalities. At just 24-years-old she has built a reputation for her professionalism with a style that makes her a modern Aussie icon and the new face of Australia’s Solar D Vitamin D friendly sunscreen. Renae first came to national attention when she reigned as Miss Universe Australia 2012 and has modelled extensively throughout Europe and the UK.. More recently, Renae has been on the front cover of Fitness First magazine and just made headlines breaking into the US market, with her stunning Sports Illustrated shoot! She loves to follow a fit and healthy lifestyle which resonates with lots of Fitties…she has an impressive  Instagram following of over 65,000!

I catch up with Renae to get the insider info on her approach to health…


Q&A

 

 

 

 

 

1. HOW DID YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH JOURNEY BEGIN?

To be perfectly honest, I haven’t always worried about what I eat. This has evolved as I get older, and my body has changed and I need to watch a little more what I put into it now. It certainly helped living with my trainer, who has taught me so much about healthy eating.

2. WHO OR WHAT INSPIRES YOU?

With social media so prolific these days, I am constantly inspired by people on Twitter and Instagram. Your day is bombarded with healthy, gorgeous women! How could it not inspire you. And, as I said earlier my trainer Alexa is a great motivation.

 

3. YOUR DAY ON A PLATE?

Breakfast: Oats made with coconut water and raspberries.

Morning Snack:  – Protein bar + Green apple

Lunch: Tuna salad

Afternoon Snacks: Green juice + Handful of nuts

Dinner: Chicken stir fry with brown rice

After dinner treat: some dark chocolate

 

4: FAVOURITE WAY TO GET MOVING?

I remind myself how good I am going to feel after 🙂

 

5. THREE THINGS YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT

  1. My family

  2. My friends

  3. Chocolate!

6. YOUR SECRET VICE

Lollies and chocolate are my weaknesses! Who doesn’t have that weakness! I try not to have them in the house, as I know I cannot resist if they are there.

 

7. TOP SONG ON YOUR PLAYLIST

Jarryd James – Do you remember.

 

8. YOUR MANTRA

Be true to yourself and treat all people equally!

 

FINALLY…YOUR FAVOURITE WORKOUT

Warm up:
Swissball Core Sequence from plank position: Straight knee taps x 20 + Roll outs x 20 + Opposite elbow knee taps x 20 + Elbow Circles x 10 each way + Frog Knee Taps x 20.

Workout:
▫Swissball triple threat x 10 each
▫Dumbbell Walking Lunge x 24
▫Kettlebell Sumo Deadlift x 15
▫Kettlebell Swing x 15
▫Dumbbell Thruster x 15
▫Mountain Climber x 30
▫Dead Ball Slams x 15
60 seconds rest 4 x rounds.

 


Very excited to see what Masterchef 2015 has in store for us (airs tonight!), and who we’ll meet along the way. Such amazing talent and lots of foodie inspiration – hopefully a few healthies in there too!

 

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About Sally O'Neil - Editor in Chief

Sal is on a mission to prove that healthy and nutritious doesn’t have to be boring – and that even while staying in shape you can have your cake and eat it too. After losing 14kg from adopting a healthier lifestyle, she shares her journey with others on The Fit Foodie Blog. She also writes for national health magazines, has launched a range of Protein Ball Mixes: Fit Mixes, and is the author of Love Move Eat (Bauer Media, 2017).

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