New Straits Times
1 WHAT KEEPS YOU FIT?
Living a balanced life, having a good diet, enjoying happiness and consistently working out.
2 WHAT’S YOUR TYPICAL WORKOUT ROUTINE?
I run daily and go to the gym. I run about 6-8km per session. I also go to the gym for weight and resistance training.
3 WHAT’S YOUR TYPICAL BREAKFAST?
Fruit, yogurt and a lot of nuts. Also peanut butter andbanana.
4 HOW DO YOU MAINTAIN A HEALTHY DIET?
Way before clean eating was the buzzword, my mother had started feeding us nutritious food, so to me, it requires no effort because I’m used to it.
5 WHAT’S THE ONE JUNK FOOD YOU CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT?
6 HOW DO YOU GET OVER THE FEELING OF BEING TOO LAZY TO EXERCISE?
That doesn’t happen. I love exercising and was an athlete in school. It’s a lifestyle for me. I like to work up a sweat. It’s not something I have to do.
7 YOUR ADVICE TO PEOPLE WHO EXERCISE?
Listen to your body. You can push yourself but listen to your body when it’s tired or lethargic.
8 WHAT’S THE LONGEST DISTANCE YOU HAVE RUN? 9 DO YOU WANT TO TRAIN FOR A MARATHON?
I’d love to but I can’t seem to squeeze in training, which is a big part of running a marathon.
10 WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO TO KEEP YOURSELF FIT?
I hike along Kiara Hills and the Puchong trail. I climbed Mount Kinabalu in 2012 and it was fantastic. I do yoga too sometimes.