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Becky Lynch in "The Man" Workout Gear Shares Sweet Picture With Seth Rollins

Here are her lifestyle tips.

WWE star Becky Lynch is giving a shout out to husband Seth Rollins for being the one person she can rely on to tell her the truth. Lynch, 37, shared a picture of herself wearing black leggings and a "The Man" tank top, smiling at Rollins. "There is no one's opinion I hold in higher regard than @wwerollins – so it took me a long time before I let him read my book. He liked it! So I asked him for a blurb because he's honest and I'm shameless," she captioned the sweet shot. Here's how Lynch takes care of her health and wellness.


Oatmeal and Eggs


Lynch usually starts her day with oatmeal and egg whites, sometimes eating rice cakes before a fight. Her least favorite food is fish, and she loves coffee and chocolate. Her favorite WWE catering meal is a big salad. "Green salad, grilled veggies, some berries and top it off with feta cheese, chickpeas and almond slivers," she told The News-Press


Steve Austin Loves Her Workouts

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'Stone Cold' Steve Austin adapted Lynch's workout of "kettlebell swings, burpee box jumps, and alternating dumbbell snatches" for his own training. "I got on there and watched Edge's routine, I watched [Bryan Danielson]'s training routine, but the one that really got me was Becky Lynch's comeback routine," he told Fox Sports. "So, I did Becky Lynch's routine over and over and over again, then I invented my own out of that."


Journaling and Writing

Lynch's love for journaling led to her writing her book Becky Lynch: The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl. "I loved that process because I love trying to improve on something, especially when I get passionate about something and I want to be good at it," she told The Athletic. "I really love writing. It's something that I've done my whole life. My dad had me writing journals since as long as I could write. I've found that almost meditative for me. Writing the book was a great process."


She's The Man

Lynch says living up to her nickname of "The Man" means always trying her best. "Whatever that is, whatever the obstacles are, be that a broken shoulder or, be that trying to juggle parenting on the road while writing a book and doing acting projects," she told Verge Magazine. It's a matter of putting everything that you have into what you're doing at that moment. What it means to be The Man has evolved over the years for me. I couldn't be happier at the place that I've arrived at now. I feel more like The Man than I ever have."


Goals, Not Resolutions

Lynch doesn't make resolutions, but is a firm believer in setting realistic goals for personal growth. "I always sit down at the end of the year with my notepad, write a bunch of goals," she told Verge Magazine. "I'm a big goal checker, so I love to see them on paper and I love to be able to check them off. It's really quite incredible. I think that gives you a lot of gratitude and perspective because I think we're always chasing things, but it's great to sit back and realize how much you've accomplished."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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