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Where are you isolating at the moment and how are you finding it, both physically and mentally?
At home and I have been doing a number of TikTok’s lately to keep Shane (my husband) and I entertained. We have also been doing a lot of at home workouts from our online program TFitness, that don’t require any equipment because we live in an apartment.
What does your daily routine look like?
Right now it’s quite different to my regular routine but I will read first thing in the morning, then stretch with my Romwod app. I will than have breakfast and do a workout. After working out I’ll have lunch to fuel the body and then sit down and do some computer work. After that I’ll probably start preparing dinner and getting ready to chill out for dinner and get ready for bed.
Has it been hard to keep your fitness up in isolation, how have your workouts and eating changed?
It really depends on how I have slept the night before but because we haven’t been able to leave the house I have really enjoyed moving the body. The hard thing is just not knowing how long we are in isolation for.
Obviously it’s a great time for a bit of reflection, how does it feel looking back over what you’ve accomplished in the last few years – particularly becoming the CrossFit Games Champion for the third time in a row?
It’s a very incredible experience but I think what I reflect on more is the team I have had help me along the way and the incredible experiences we have had together.
How has it felt watching it all back through The Fittest?
Thrilling! The Fittest film has been fantastic to watch and relive moments from the CF Games. I love having these documentaries so we can always look back and remember the experiences we went through as athletes and relive the journeys.
Tia-Clair stars in the new documentary The Fittest by The Buttery Bros, available to download globally on iTunes.
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