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.

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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

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