She is a former WWE wrestler and “Total Divas” star, so it is no wonder that Ariane Andrew is in amazing shape.
The 30-year-old, who appears on tonight’s “The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars,” is covering Lapalme magazine’s online edition, and opening up about her intense daily workouts.
Andrew revealed she tries to break a sweat five days a week, if time allows.
Ariane explained, “Typically, on Mondays I usually will spend two hours at the gym in the evenings. I like to do two hours of exercise to really jumpstart and get my week started. I’ll do a Zumba class, and then I’ll do a body works and abs class right after.”
She continued, “During the rest of the week, depending on my schedule, I will do an hour of cardio on the treadmill, which consist of an incline of about 12- 14 at 3mph speed. I will also sometimes go to the Santa Monica stairs where I can get a cardio and legs workout in. If I am feeling fancy, in between sets I will do about 20 push-ups. Additionally, I will do my own personal barbell workout for legs and dumbbells for the arms, and then I try to see my personal trainer Alice Raibon once a week for circuit training.”
The athlete likes to end the week with a “nice hike” at one of L.A. most popular trails like “Fryman or Runyon Canyon.”
Check out her full interview at Lapalmemagazine.com, and tune in to MTV at 10 p.m. to see her compete for her charity Black Girls Rock on “The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars.”