Many people are extremely surprised to learn that Ryan Seacrest has struggled with weight in his youth. He has dazzled his way into our hearts through his involvement in such shows as American Idol and has always maintained a reputation as an extremely fit and athletic guy. In fact, he is known as one of the more fit TV personalities in the industry. He currently travels a great deal for his role on ABC’s “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” often jetting back and forth between New York City and L.A. He has also worked on programs such as “On Air with Ryan,” and has a fashion line: Ryan Seacrest Distinction. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Ryan Seacrest is extremely proud of the charitable work he does through the Ryan Seacrest foundation, which works closely with journalism entities and provides internships in a variety of multimedia fields.
How Ryan Stays Fit
Ryan Seacrest’s fitness plan has many facets. First, he states that although he enjoys a nice filet with mushroom sauce every now and again, he is mostly vegan. However, on the weekends one of his favorite things to do is to enjoy a large, two-hour, family-style meal with his family and friends.
He also has a very hefty workout schedule. Ryan, a radio show host, states that he schedules his workout similar to how he schedules his professional meetings and, like his professional meetings, he makes sure now to cancel them except for emergencies. He loves to crank up some pop music as well as watch the news while he works out. Ryan Seacrest’s workout goal is to be in the gym five hours every week. However, depending on how well he is done on his diet he will often go for only four hours on a good week, or amp it up several hours if he has had a lot to eat. He (@ryanseacrest) focuses on doing a good deal of cardio, yet also incorporates low-impact items like yoga into his routine.