Amulya Chava Miss Beverly Hills Teen 2020 loves to focus on what is in her control and let go of the rest. Worrying is something she desists from.
Opening Doorz Editorial | May 19, 2021
Amulya Chava Miss Beverly Hills 2020 on her workout routine, eating habits and spiritual quotient…
I enjoy cardio so I spend a lot of time working out on the treadmill. In addition to the treadmill, I try to incorporate mountain climbers, planks, crunches, and jumping jacks. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, however, I think a lot of us have struggled to keep up with our exercise routine. This is understandable and we must be kind to ourselves after experiencing a global pandemic. I will admit that I have fallen behind on my exercise routine as well, but I have started to get back on track. In addition to my usual routine, I have also joined a fitness boot camp that incorporates the right amount of strength training with cardio. It feels good to be working out regularly again and to be slowly returning to a normal lifestyle. If there is anything that I have learned from working out during the lockdown, it is that discipline is key!
I give a lot of importance to protein intake and try to have some protein with every meal. For breakfast, I have a smoothie with strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, walnuts, and protein powder. For lunch, I like to eat quinoa with lentil dal and an omelette. Finally, for dinner, I either drink soup with a side of egg whites or have chia pudding with a lot of fruit. I also try to drink at least 1 litre of water a day.
In the past, I struggled with a lot of anxiety issues and would feel uneasy most of the time. Since the past year, however, I have focused greatly on my spiritual and mental well-being which has helped me destress, release any feelings of anxiety, and remain calm. I did this primarily through journaling, meditation, and chanting. I like to chant a Shiva mantra with a rudraksha as it increases positive vibrations around me. My life mantra is to only focus on what I can control. Rather than worrying about things that are out of my hands, I try to focus on what is in my control and let go of the rest.
(Amulya Chava, of Indian Origin, lives in California and is also the author of the book Soar. Becoming a civil rights lawyer is what she is working towards, besides of course participating in Beauty Pageants).
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