What my day looks like
5.30am: I wake up, drink a glass of warm water with lemon and get ready for the gym.
6.30am: It’s time for a full-body workout at Perform 360 at Enogerra, Brisbane. It’s an intense fitness session and it really works my whole body – it’s a strength session with some conditioning at the end. Strength and conditioning training is a great combo for improving speed and power and also mobility, mind and stability. I love it.
7am: I drink a FatBlaster shake, usually vanilla flavoured and made with water. This is a great brekky for me as I can replace all the nutrients from the workout including protein and carbs while not taking too much time out of my day to prepare it.
8am: Coffee time. I drink a long black and most mornings I will grab a takeaway but if I have time it’s so nice to sit in a cafe and really enjoy it while also doing some work.
9am: Mornings are usually booked out with meetings with health professionals or corporates for upcoming work.
12pm: Lunch. If I am home for lunch, I will make a chicken salad with avocado, black rice, tomato, cucumber and goat's cheese. I love fresh ingredients and the protein and fats will keep my energy levels up.
1pm: I’ll spend an hour or so catching up on my emails, invoicing and general admin.
3pm: I get hungry mid-afternoon and will snack on some protein or good fats and fibre, usually an apple with almond butter or carrot sticks with tzatziki
6.30pm: Dinner with the family. A typical meal for me is flathead fillets with cumin, paprika and cayenne with green beans, pak choy and snow peas. I love green veggies and try to get as much on my plate as I can. I love white fish like flathead, it’s delicious.
7.30pm: I drink a cup of peppermint tea before bed – I find this great for my digestion and it hits the sweet spot, it’s a lovely thing to have at the end of the day.
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