She’s suppagood at it!
Busier than ever, this 2014 Hot Shot shares what it’s like to train talents on top of showing us the world.
partners and I have more than 25 years in the business, and since I was on the receiving end, I can bring insight into most situations. Plus, our common thread is our passion for what we do, and the determination to get there.
We love seeing you smashing it at the gym. Tell us about your routine.
I’ve posted up a personal challenge called #SL30DayChallenge where I try to work out for 30 days straight. I invite everyone to join me; I’ve listed the daily targets. Ab workouts are my favourite because I love the results!
What role do you think exercise play in your career?
Vanity aside, exercise represents my work attitude. I use it to develop my flaws into strengths, and I try not to sit around for too long because being lazy just reverses all your hard effort. Now that I mentor young talents, I need to make sure I stick to my regime. If I can’t do this for my own body, how can I have people trusting me with their careers? These snapshots don’t do justice to Sarah’s schedule — if only we have her gusto and strong spirit! And if you want to break into entertainment, she says, “absorb everything you can. Ask a million questions; never be afraid to ask! Be nice to everyone, and always be professional.”
Sarah co-stars with Jamie Chung. Working out is top priority.
Her posse at The Suppagood Collective.
Sarah on set for History Channel’s