Inside Sofia Richie Grainge's exact diet and exercise routine
Including her go-to salty snack
Editor / May 10 2023
Sofia Richie Grainge's wedding (and subsequent honeymoon) wardrobe had the Internet hooked for two major reasons. One being the fact that it was unbelievably chic, and the other being how great Sofia's figure looked in all of her stunning looks.
Will we be granted access to a collection of couture that rivals hers anytime soon? No fortune tellers have indicated so. But while she's not currently lending out her gorgeous bridal garments, Sofia is letting the world in on some of her top food and fitness rituals.
From the meal types and times she favours to the workouts she trusts to keep her in amazing shape, here's a look inside Sofia Richie Grainge's exact diet and exercise routine...
Diet: Intermittent fasting
Sofia isn’t a big breakfast person, instead preferring to have her first meal later in the day. “I try my hardest to fast until 12 pm (with the exception of coffee)," she shared via her Instagram Story.
Exercise: Cardio circuits
Sofia is also a fan of a circuit workout, running through a myriad of exercises ranging from jumping jacks and squat shuffles to lateral lunge-and-twist moves.
Diet: Solid meals instead of snacks
“I eat my dinner around 6.30 pm, which is the last meal before I go to bed (no snacking),” she explained to her followers. If she does give in to the occasional snack, Sofia tries to nibble on something healthy, like salty seaweed.
Exercise: Weighted workouts
Sofia’s pre-wedding plan (documented via hers and her trainer’s Instagrams) saw her committing to workouts that included two 1.3 kilo weights, as well as a 4.5 kilo weighted vest to up the ante. That'll take care of some serious toning!
Diet: High-protein lunches
“For lunch I have either a salad or a high protein meal,” she noted in an Instagram Story. “I have high protein with tons of veggies.” Sounds like a solid plate to us!
Exercise: Hour-long walks
Yes, even Sofia is a fan of a hot girl walk! “I try to walk for at least an hour every single day,” she noted. It's a decent length of time, sure, but pop on a quality podcast/playlist and the time will fly.
Diet: Occasional treats
“I try my hardest to avoid any carbs or sugar, but sometimes I give myself a little treat,” Sofia told followers, explaining that while she tries to fuel her body with healthy foods, treats (as part of a balanced meal plan) shouldn't trigger guilt. “You should do what feels best for your body. Incorporating some carbs isn’t horrible when you are training hard. Hope this is helpful!”
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