Skier Lindsey Vonn Shares Swimsuit Photo Catching Some Waves
Lindsey Vonn is wakeboarding in her swimsuit. In one of her latest social media posts the Olympian flaunts her incredible figure in a bathing suit while out in the ocean, where she had an unfortunate encounter with a sea creature. "What started off as a great day ended in a giant jellyfish sting/bite… I literally rode over it as I was getting up on the wake surf board 🤦🏼♀️ thanks to everyone who gave advice on remedies. Think it's gonna leave a mark for a while … 🤕 at least I caught some waves before!" she captioned the post. How does the gold medalist stay in great shape now that she has retired from skiing? Here is her diet and fitness routine.
Meal 1: Breakfast
Lindey starts the day with either a breakfast of banana and almond butter if she's doing cardio at the gym, eggs with some avocado if she's planning on lifting weights at the gym, or something even heartier, like steel cut oats with fruit, if she's going skiing, she told Women's Health.
She Works Out Three to Four Times a Week
Lindsey maintains that she listens to her brain and body when it comes to exercise. "Whatever you like doing is what you should be doing," she told Women's Health. She generally exercises at least three to four times a week, usually in the mornings.
She Does Cardio Twice a Week
Lindsey does cardio at least twice a week, but avoids running."I have a doctor's note that says I should never run again in my life, and I'm okay with that," she says. Instead she cycles or surfs.
Meal 2: Post Workout Snack
n'"When I finish a workout, I want something sweet right away," Lindsey says about her go-to protein shake. It will often involve fruit or almond butter and beet powder.
Meals 3 and 4: Protein and Veggies
Lunch is a salad and protein. For dinner she will whip out her air fryer and throw in a protein, usually salmon, to have with salad. "I always put a little goat cheese on there and as many veggies as possible," she says. She also bakes swordfish with Carbone marinara sauce.
She Takes a Post-Dinner Walk
After dinner, Lindsey goes out for a walk. "I have to go outside and walk the glucose off with my dog," she says.
Journaling is another self-care method for Lindsey. "Journaling has been really helpful for me throughout the course of my whole career, but especially when I retired," she says. On bad days, she will reread journal entries. "It's important to journal on good days because when you have bad days you can go back [and read it] and you know, This is what it felt like to have a good day," she says.