E!:Why is The Katie Austin App a must-download for people at all fitness levels?
KA: The app provides customized workout plans that are tailored to your fitness level, goals, and preferences. This ensures that you get the most out of your workouts and can progress at a pace that is right for you. The app offers a wide variety of over 230+ on-demand workouts. This means you can mix up your routine and try new things to keep your workouts fresh and challenging.
With the app, you can work out anytime, anywhere. You can tune in with me each week to workout live or you can even download workouts ahead of time to work out offline.
E!: Did you change anything about your routine to prep for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit shoot?
One thing I love most about SI Swimsuit is their encouragement to be your most authentic self and showcase it. So, when it came time to prep for my SI shoot, I didn’t do an entire overhaul of my lifestyle, but rather focused on things that were already important to me! I ate a balanced diet, worked out, and prioritized my mental health and routine!
When it came to my diet, I didn’t want to restrict myself from indulging in foods and my normal diet because I wanted to focus on the habits rather than cutting off “bad foods” cold turkey. I ended up giving myself a “kitchen curfew” of 8:00 PM, so that my body could digest dinner before bed, making it easier to get a better night’s rest and to wake up more energized!
E! What advice do you have for someone who wants to get into fitness, but is nervous to get started?
KA: I can understand how starting your fitness journey can seem super intimidating, especially if you’re newer to exercise or just haven’t been active in a while. Here are a few tips to help:
E!: What is your favorite piece of advice you like to share when it comes to feeling your best self?
KA: You don’t owe anyone an explanation for doing what’s right for you. Take note of who you’re around and where you are when you feel your best self. Lastly, of course, move your body for your mental health!
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