Lady Gaga makes it appear easy, but dancing on stage for hours on end on multiple platforms takes a lot of stamina. So it should come as no surprise that the “Shallows” singer takes her workouts just as seriously as she takes maintaining eye contact with Bradley Cooper during duets.
Lady Gaga has been cruising through the 2019 awards season looking fitter, more gorgeous, and happier than ever before. She has never looked or felt better, from her beautiful skin and radiant smile to her toned and lean form.
So, what are the healthy-living secrets of the “A Star Is Born” star? Gaga’s professional life is filled with blood, sweat, and tears, just like her personal existence.
Here are all of her routines, diet, and tips for maintaining a healthy mind, body, and soul.
Lady Gaga’s Diet Plan
Bo O’Connor, the “Shallow” singer’s personal chef, and lifelong friend is well-versed in Gaga’s nutrition. They grew up together, pursuing their respective interests.
What we may not know is that she eats a lot of healthy things for breakfast, lunch, and dinner to power her hectic schedule.
Whole-grain pretzels, GG crispbread crackers, rice crisps, health bars, nuts, and baked chips are among Gaga’s favorite snacks. She alternates sweet and savory foods, such as bittersweet chocolate or a squeeze pack of nut butter.
During preparations and concerts, Lady Gaga makes sure to stay hydrated. She drinks a lot of tea, fresh coconut water, and fresh green juice on the road, according to O’Connor.
Whole-wheat pretzels, GG crispbread crackers, rice crisps, health bars, nuts, and baked chips are some of Gaga’s favorite snacks. She eats a variety of snacks, including bittersweet chocolate and a squeeze pack of almond butter, to keep things interesting.
Throughout preparations and concerts, Lady Gaga makes sure to stay hydrated. O’Connor told The Feast that when she’s on the road, she drinks a lot of tea, fresh coconut water, and fresh green juice.
When it comes to her favorite foods, Gaga hasn’t traveled far from her roots. “She’s clearly an Italian girl at heart,” O’Connor recalls, “so she likes red sauce, or gravy as they call it.” Joe Germanotta’s Joanne Trattoria Cookbook includes a handful of her family’s dishes.
She’ll use gluten-free or quinoa pasta, paired with vegetables and grilled shrimp for a somewhat healthier alternative.
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Lady Gaga’s Workout Routine
Her training and diet are both very important to her. She works out five days a week for roughly 25-30 minutes, or perhaps an hour if she has the time, with only cardio on Saturdays and Sundays.
There are five stages to her workout:
- A cardiovascular warm-up (up to 5 minutes)
- Upper body strength circuit (4 sets of x 20 reps with no break in between sets)
- A lower-body strength circuit (4 sets of x 20 reps with no break in between sets)
- Abdominal strength circuit (4 sets of x 20 reps with no break in between sets)
- A cardio warm-up ( 5 minutes, increase up to 30 minutes if u have time)
Rope skipping, jogging in place, treadmill, elliptical, side shuffles, stair jumps, and hill-climbing are some of her cardio warm-up and cool-down exercises.
For her upper body, she did dumbbell bench press, bicep curls into O/H press, triceps extension, dumbbell chest fly, dumbbell pullover, and DB hammer curls.
For her lower body, she should do dumbbell lunges, skater lunges, dumbbell tap squats, DB stiff-legged deadlifts, and jump squats.
For her abdominal strength, she did upper body crunches, mountain climbers, reverse crunches, abdominal twists, double crunches, and foreman plank.
She uses the Harley bars for the majority of her workouts and even takes them on tour with her.
In addition to her regular workouts, she practices Yoga to stretch and improve strength and flexibility.
Healthy Tips from Lady Gaga
- It is necessary to maintain a constant fitness regimen in order to remain fit and healthy.
- Maintain a good diet in addition to your training, since the combination of the two is the key to achieving a fit and healthy physique.
- Believe in Yoga’s ability to heal.