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Morgan Wade in Two-Piece Workout Gear Details "Post Surgery Recovery," Raising Awareness

“It’s been 4 months and I’ve been back to powerlifting and running."

Morgan Wade is a successful singer. She is known for her songs like "Fall In Love With Me" and "2AM in London." Wade recently had a double mastectomy. She shared her recovery process on Instagram this week. She captioned the post, "It's been 4 months and I've been back to powerlifting and running. Started back to that around January. There have been a few things I haven't been able to do until now – the last month I've finally been back to doing what I want." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Morgan Wade stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Works Out Regularly


Wade makes fitness a priority. She shared her exercise routine on TikTok. "Every morning, I wake up at 5 AM. I go to the gym," Wade said. "It just helps me to keep an active lifestyle, while I'm out on the road. Staying in shape and maintaining a workout routine is top priority for me…Getting my daily exercise in – reduces my anxiety, boosts my endurance, helping me perform longer, and better on stage. So when I work out on the road, I'm able to be the best version of myself – both mentally and physically."


She Does A Variety Of Workouts

Wade likes to do a lot of different things to stay in shape. She shared some of her favorites with TikTok. "I always try to start with a little bit of cardio. I run, typically ranges…you know, try to get a couple of miles in every day. Then depending on the day, I'll switch between like arms, legs, and chest. I try to hit abs every day, just depends. I follow Cory Gregory's workout routine. So, kind of whatever I can do and get a hold of on the road."


She Surrounds Herself With Positivity

In an interview with CMT, Wade says that she does things that inspire positivity in her. "I go to the gym and journal in the morning. I write down three things I'm grateful for. I try to start my day out right. I listen to some positive podcasts, I continually read self-help books, biographies about positive people that have made changes in the world. I am trying to surround myself with really positive things, because I know that I can get kind of stuck in my head. If I'm not feeding my mind good things and taking care of myself, that's when I really start to slip."


She's Proactive

In her recent Instagram post, Wade talked about why she chose to have the surgery done. She says that she wanted to be proactive and protect herself. "I haven't talked much about my post surgery recovery from my double mastectomy and reconstruction I had back in November. For those that don't know I have the rad51d gene mutation and with my family history of breast cancer I decided to be proactive."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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