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For Ciara, everyday life is rather hectic: in addition to being a mother to two small children, the singer constantly travels to her own shows – and to cheer her husband, the Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson The mega celebrity celebrity says the key to calm in chaos is to plan for themselves in a compelling time.
We have brought with the star, who is also a Pandora ambassador, as she has learned to always prioritize her well -being.
When it comes to their busy schedule, the line between work and family time is usually a bit blurry and "it's certainly a balancing act," she says. "You can try to plan everything you want, but your children will tell you to throw it out the window because there is no planning with children."
Fortunately, her adorable children love their two parents' rents at work – be it the baby Sienna dancing with her mother during rehearsals, or the little future that cheers Wilson on a seahawks game.
How does she find her sole time among all her other duties as a mother, singer and wife? "When I'm in the gym, it's time for me," she says. "I'm motivated to just want to be great, I want to take care of myself after having babies, I'm self-motivated and more powerful than ever in my life, because everything is balanced."
As Ciara previously communicated in her Shape title interview, she is "extremely focused" when she has a goal: within four months of her first pregnancy, she lost an impressive 60 pounds to cardio sessions Treadmill and lesson hours. Long training sessions with boxing star coach Gunnar Peterson. (See also: Matching Moms Share the Reliable and Real-World Opportunities for Taking Time for Workouts)
"The amazing thing is that you get a three-in-one training: it hits your muscles, it's a cardiovascular one Training and mental training You need to be extremely focused on boxing and after a few laps, I feel like I'm conquering the world, "she said.
After her second pregnancy, she lost 50 pounds within five months by squeezing in between her children's and her husband's training sessions and strengthening her core training to help with the postpartum diastasis recti. It helps, of course, that her husband is also super fit and that they use their training as a time to get together, she says. "We just enjoy training and running."
Now we call it an all-woman-woman.