Seacrest Stays Fit wtih Discipline and Two Lockers

Ryan Seacrest has a personality that sells. The highest paid television host on air did not ascend to the highest peaks of fame and success because of his winning smile. He got there because of the winning personality behind that style. Searcrest began in radio, and soon branched out into TV. At first he hosted game shows, but then eventually his start rocketed when he became the host of American Idol. Today he is the co-host of Live! with Kelly and Ryan, as well as the host for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. There was a time though when Seacrest was just a normal person. A heavyset kid from a place called Dunwoody, GA. His weight problem plagued him in early years but he eventually beat it. Now the slim Ryan Seacrest does his best to keep his weight under control. According to him the secret is to make relate workouts to business. Watch this youtube video about Ryan’s latest radio show.

“I schedule them as if they were meetings,” Seacrest said, “Meetings that do not get cancelled.” The host is serious about his workouts, and finds time to exercise even when he schedule is too full. With everything that Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) is involved in that schedule is always full. He is known to exercise during commercial breaks, dropping down and doing some push ups before going back on the air. One of the key things that has worked for him is having two lockers stashed at different hotels in Los Angeles. One with regular clothes, and one with work out clothes. If he suddenly has a clear 45 minutes, he can just jump right in and out. But to get the best results he has to parlay his exercise with his eating habits. The boy who used to sneak cookies at night is not gone, Seacrest still struggles with his diet. “I’m a food lover,” he states. But what is life without a little delicious struggle. Learn about Ryan’s clothing line: ryanseacrestdistinction.com

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