Her fans were amazed when Sarah Lombardi appeared on “Instagram” in November. The singer presented her already slim body now fully trained. She spoke to Marians Welt about her fitness secret.
Sweating, with a kettlebell in hand and fully trained, we recently saw Sarah Lombardi (26) on “Instagram”. The training for “Dancing On Ice” had apparently demanded a lot from her (Marians Welt reported). In an interview, the 26-year-old reveals what her training plan looks like and which nutrition tips she follows.
What is your workout like? Are you following a specific program?
Sarah Lombardi: No, I first had to find out what was right for me. I think every body doesn’t respond to the same program. It helps a lot to avoid carbohydrates and to do a lot of sport.
Do you prefer to workout alone or do you take a friend with you?
It may sound stupid but prefer to be alone. I am most focused that way. But I also like to take courses. I also meet friends there.
How often and how long do you train per week?
I try to train six times a week, for one to two hours each time!
What are your favorite exercises?
I like to do squat jumps.
In the video below you can see how you can get a great bottom thanks to squats!
What is more important to you – be slim or strong?
The most important thing for me is to feel good. I do that when I’m fit and strong.
How do you balance exercise, nutrition and your personal life?
In itself it works. Of course, it is not always easy when Alessio eats delicious French fries not to steal one.
Do you only train for “Dancing on Ice” or do you want to keep this routine after the show?
For the show, I do more intense sports and train certain muscle groups and my balance. After that I want to keep my training.
On “Instagram” you can see how well trained the singer is now!
What do you eat?
I avoid sugar and carbohydrates. I eat a lot of vegetables and fruits. I drink a lot with it. It is important to me that I do not go hungry!
Your fans are totally motivated by your workouts – what tips would you give them if they want to start exercising too?
The first step is the hardest. When you see and feel the first successes, it’s fun. My motto for this is: Be stronger than your strongest excuse!