Singer Miguel's fitness journey began with stage fright – or rather with the fear of going on tour with Trey Songz and sharing the stage. "This guy was always awesome ," says Miguel. "I was determined not to look like a scrawny guy on the tour." So determined, indeed, he spent six months performing on stage. He is training a little less now (only five times a week!).
Welcome to the second episode of Gym and Fridge – a series in which we invade prominent homes, check out their exercise equipment, and poke their freezers.
This week we are with the singer / songwriter Miguel and his "House of Profits" in LA, where the gym is not (1
When on the move, the training is light and full of body and often involves rope work to aid membrane control. "I like doing ropes and singing at the same time," says Miguel. Singing while abseiling? Damn it.
As far as food is concerned, Miguel keeps it easy if he is not in the middle of an intermittent Lent.
"We cleaned it out to make sure it did not look too crazy," Miguel laughs as he opens the fridge to see salsa shelves, avocado drawers, and lime doors. You must have lemons and limes in the house … anytime.
The singer says he wants to stay as close as possible to a keto diet, but those delicacies in the freezer really tell a different story about my neighborhood [of the fridge]"Miguel says. Okay, dude, whatever you say.