By Aishwarya Vinu Nair |Opening Doorz Editorial | February 15, 2022

Aishwarya Vinu Nair, Miss Teen Earth India, who celebrates her birthday today, shares her workout routine, eating habits and spiritual quotient…

Workout Routine

My workout involves a lot of jogging and running. One of my favourite forms of workout is interval running. Interval running is when you run fast for a specific duration and then jog at a slower pace for a set time. I try to run about 5 to 10 km a day. Whenever I feel like doing something different for a change, I do HIIT workouts by referring to videos on YouTube. Dance has also played an important role in my fitness journey. Both dancing and running have helped increase my stamina and endurance levels. I feel most energised in the evening, so I like to work out later in the day as it helps maximise my energy. 

Eating Habits

I consider myself a big foodie–I love food. Managing my diet has been one of the most challenging parts of my fitness journey. Over time, I have developed a healthy relationship with food. I do not have a specific diet I stick to, but I try to have everything I want in moderation. I like to have protein in almost all my meals as it is more filling and helps in building muscle. I drink a minimum of 2 to 2.5 litres of water a day. This also helps with controlling my cravings. I do not believe in completely restricting myself by cutting down on all sugary goods as it would only increase my craving. So, having the right balance helps me. For me, eating in moderation is the key! 

I consider myself a big foodie
“Never give up, enjoy every moment, be happy and always strive to be better than what you were yesterday,” says Aishwarya Vinu Nair.

Spiritual Quotient

Some of the ways I de-stress is by listening to music or dancing. Whenever I feel things are getting too stressful, I put on a nice and energetic song to dance to. This helps brighten my mood and I feel so much more energised. Just like every other human, I too get stressed often. To calm me, I meditate at times. I spend a few minutes closing my eyes, taking deep breaths and trying to think of nothing. This helps get rid of clusters of thoughts whenever I tend to over-think a situation. One thing I like to tell myself every day is to have an optimistic approach. Treat your body right by working out and eating healthy. Never give up, enjoy every moment, be happy and always strive to be better than what you were yesterday. 

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