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Camille Leblanc-Bazinet in Two-Piece Workout Gear Does "GRUNT WORK"

How she approached diet, fitness, and self-care.

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet is sharing her new workout in her exercise clothes. In a new social media post the Canadian professional CrossFit Games athlete flaunts her amazing figure during an intense workout session. "GRUNT WORK," she wrote in the caption, revealing the workout set. How does she approach diet, fitness, and self-care and how can you do her latest workout? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Macro Counting

Camille keeps track of her macros. "I eat about 120 grams of protein a day, 245 grams of carbs, and 75 grams of fat," she told Shape. "For me, it's super important that my calories have more carbs than I would suggest to someone else. My focus is on weightlifting and building muscle. It's specific to what I'm doing now, and performance comes first."


Food As Fuel

Camille fuels up with food. Her breakfast? "I became allergic to eggs like four years ago, which was awful. Now, I do eight ounces of nonfat Greek yogurt with berries. I like raspberries, and the trick to make it very yummy without adding any sugar or anything is to buy the berries frozen, then put them in the fridge. The juice makes the yogurt super sweet and a little tart. I'll do about 15 grams of macadamia nuts on top of that, and also a packet of gluten-free oatmeal on the side made with water, plus coffee with MCT oil and collagen protein," she told Shape. "Both before and after workouts, I always do three ounces of orange juice, half a cup of rice, and a teaspoon of Himalayan salt. After, I'll also have a serving of whey protein shaken up with water after I train. I don't even do a whole shaker bottle all the time. Sometimes I just do a little, or I'll do a bar. Ultimately, I prefer to eat real foods. I'm just aiming for 10 to 15 grams of protein max." She then trains, recovers with a snack, and then eats a meal 30 minutes later. "100 grams of rice, three ounces of steak, guac, and as many veggies as I want," she says. "My strategy is to make the same meal and eat it three times throughout the rest of the day, which is usually tons of vegetables with the steak and guacamole. For the vegetables, I'll cut three peppers. One yellow, one orange, and one red—because we all the colors mean more vitamins. Then I'll add tons of spinach, which I don't measure. Then I'll add zucchini, shredded carrots, some onions, and some cauliflower rice. For the steak, I sear it two minutes each side with butter and then finish it in the oven so it's all crispy."




Camille prioritizes sleep. "I'm usually awake at around 7:00 or 7:30 a.m. I have a little puppy, so it tries to get me out around 6:30 a.m. most days. I always try to get my between eight to nine hours of sleep; that's the magic number for me. Any less than that, and I feel like I don't recover enough. And more than that, I just feel like ugh," she told Shape. 


Two Workouts a Day

Camille exercises like it's her job. "I typically train twice a day. I'm trying to get ready for the Olympics, so the first session will be like most likely my Olympic lifting session and I'll be doing that for one to one-and-a-half hours. Then later in the day, I will be doing more gymnastics skills and accessory work," she told Shape. 


AMRAP Workout

Camille's latest workout is a 30 minute AMRAP (as many reps as possible). "Choose a version of each movement that allows you to accomplish each the work in 1 or 2 sets. Record repetition," she says.

400 Meter Run

40 Double-Unders

300-Foot Farmer's Carry

20 Kettlebell Swings

10 Strict Pull-Ups or Inverted Row


Male 32kg kettlebells

Female 24kg kettlebells

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