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Ariarne Titmus in Workout Gear Has "Clarity"

“You only need two things. Clarity on where you want to go, and an unwavering commitment to get there."

Ariarne Titmus is hitting the gym in her workout gear. In a new social media post, the swimmer preps for the Olympics with a serious gym session, showing off her insanely strong body while doing pull ups. "You only need two things. Clarity on where you want to go, and an unwavering commitment to get there," she writes in the Instagram caption. How does she approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Her Training Diet Is "Quite Routine"

While training, Ariarne eats the same thing every day for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. "My eating habits are quite routine. Breakfast, lunch, and my pre-training snack are usually the same each day. Dinners vary but I try to keep it simple for recovery purposes," she told Speedo.


Here Is What She Eats on a Typical Day

5:45am – 2 pieces of toast with vegemite and a black coffee
10:30am – Oats with half full cream half almond milk, topped with kiwi, strawberries, blueberries, chia seeds, yogurt, and honey.
1:15pm – Wrap with avocado, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, cheese and 2 eggs.
2:30pm – Black coffee with either 2 rice cakes or a bowl of rice cereal.
8pm – Meat or fish with a carb source and lots of vegetables.


Fueling Up on Race Day


"On race day, I'm not superstitious about what I eat, I just try to get a good fuel source into me. Usually, I have a fried rice or pasta meal the night before, and I try to avoid meat as I feel it sits heavy in my tummy. The morning of a race I will either have my typical training day oats, or eggs on toast if I feel like that. I try to eat the last bit of food 3 hours before I race so it's not sitting in my tummy. The only thing I'll have after that is an energy gel after my warmup," she told Speedo.



Cooking is part of Ariarne's self-care routine. "I am really focused on training right now, but I do love to disconnect from my busy training schedule to cook in the kitchen. It's an off-switch for me and I find it very de-stressing," she told Sydney Morning Herald.


Gym Workouts

Ariarne trains twice a day, 5 days a week at the pool and also hits the gym. "I do 3 weights sessions a week, and a couple of spin bike and core exercises almost every day," she told Speedo. "Not only does this stuff complement my swimming, but it's good for my mind too."

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