Pink is a badass.
So how SHJ was going on without a Pink workout is crazy to me!
For those of you who have been living under a rock (for a really long time, apparently), Pink is a singer/song writer whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore.
She’s basically been doing incredible things in the world of music for about 25 years or so now…no big deal.
BUT, more importantly (strictly for the sake of this article at least), Pink also has stepped up her fitness and nutrition after becoming a mom and continues to show off an incredible physique!
Weight: (approximate) 119 lbs.
Age: 40 years old
Pink just manages to hit the average height range among other female celebrities we’ve seen.
Although she did share that she considers herself 5’3 in an Instagram post!
Normally the average height we see for women is around 5’4-5’6 with ladies such as Jennifer Aniston, Margot Robbie, Olivia Munn, Alicia Vikander, Sophia Bush, Tatiana Maslany, Evangeline Lilly, and a ton of others.
But then there is also that taller range, and among the tallest (even taller than the 5’7-5’8), are ladies like Gwendoline Christie, Gal Gadot, and a few others – with Phoebe Tonkin, Gabrielle Union, Brie Larson, Nina Dobrev, Daisy Ridley, and so many more coming in around that 5’7-5’8 range.
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Pink Diet and Nutrition
The cool thing about researching a pop star is that a ton of people want to know what they’re up to when they have as rockin’ of a body as Pink.
For that reason, there tends to be a decent amount of information out there for us to analyze and work with.
She actually is sort-of-vegan, similar to Adam Levine, for example.
She told Fitness Magazine:
“I try to eat really healthy most of the time. When I’m not on tour, I’ve done the vegan thing, although I sometimes eat chicken and fish.”
Good Housekeeping also tells us that she starts her day with good coffee and a superfood smoothie!
They share some insight from her trainer as well:
Her trainer, Gregory Joujon-Roche, recommends a smoothie filled with coconut water, avocado, blueberries, and flaxseed oil.
She does like to treat herself, though.
Pink shares in a Twitter post:
“french toast breakfast in bed. i love my man.”
And as we’ll find out more about in her workout routine research section, Pink does tend to eat a lot more while she’s on tour.
In an interview with Food and Wine Pink shares some of her obsession with halloumi, stating:
“I’m obsessed with halloumi. I grill it for salads with truffle oil and dandelion greens — the more exotic the greens, the better. I don’t care if people think halloumi’s squeaky; they’re wrong.”
Continuing in her interview with Food and Wine it’s pretty clear that Pink is a total foodie. She says:
“I take cooking classes for vacation. Last summer I went to Les Prés d’Eugénie, Michel Guérard’s place in France, for five days. We made croissants and coq au vin. They have an incredible wine list.”
So while she does cut back and try to stay vegan and eat clean, she definitely indulges at time; and as you’ll see from her workout routine section, she does a TON of activity to burn those extra calories.
We see a lot of celebs opt for a sustainable approach like this.
That’s why our Academy Nutrition Classes (Monks, Minimalists, SuperHumans, Vikings, Spartans, Hunter Gatherers, Greek Gods, Samurais) revolve around helping you find the specific diet that is right FOR YOU.
Of course, there are a lot of reasons to HAVE the strict guidelines.
We’ve seen a lot of celebs opt for specific restrictions.
For example: Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart incorporate 80/20 dieting with big weekly cheat meals, Hugh Jackman, Benedict Cumberbatch and Terry Crews utilize intermittent fasting(something I use daily as well), Mustafa Shakir and Madelaine Petsch are vegans, Brandon Routh and Frank Grillo opt for paleo, and tons of others utilize their own variations as well.
And, that’s just to name a few celebs from each, by the way.
You can check out our Nutrition Pillars for more information and articles on all of the above and more.
Curious what the top diets among celebrities are? Check it out.
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Pink Workout Routine Research
Remember when I was telling you that Pink is extremely active?
I wasn’t kidding.
Her workout is actually extremely intense on tour, while she tends to cut back on the training a bit while not on tour and instead focus on her family life.
She told Fitness Magazine:
“I try to find the time to do something active every day, whether it’s hiking or running or anything outdoors. I like the results—feeling strong, and I think that challenging myself physically keeps me more mentally aware so I’m better able to tackle all of the other stuff. Even when you’re not in the mood, it’s worth motivating yourself to do.”
And, when I mentioned we’d hear more about her indulgences on tour, she tells Food and Wine:
“I eat a lot [on tour], because I work out four and a half hours a day: a two-hour show, plus yoga, cardio and a rig check with the flying apparatuses,”
Telling Fitness Magazine what she thinks about how much she trains on tour, stating:
“It’s intense, I know. Sometimes I feel more like an athlete than a singer!”
It will be your choice whether you want to step it up a notch and train like you’re on-tour-nearly-athlete-Pink, or sustainable-family-life-active-Pink!
I’ll give you an array of options to help you take it up or down a few pegs when we get into the actual routine.
To really zone in on more specifics of her routine we also have something she shared in a more recent interview with Shape Magazine.
She tells them that she trains five to six days a week doing circuit, strength and cardio training.
Which is on top of the yoga training she continues to do, this time mentioning the fact she’s keeping up with it with her daughter, Willow!
“She started doing it on tour with me when she was two and it’s still something she really likes. Looks like when it comes to fitness, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”
The extra yoga and cardio options will help us really choose whether on not we want our routine to be super intense or just…intense!
Judging by the volume of “five to six days a week”, either way you swing it you’ll be at a pretty high intensity level to come near Pink’s training level.
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Pink Workout Routine
5-6 days per week
Pink mentions focusing on family life when she’s not on tour, but still manages to get active 5-6 days a week. Between circuit, strength and cardio training we’ve seen her hit the bike, the weights, and more; all on top of yoga and actual tour training when she is even more intense!
It’ll be your jog to add in yoga or extra cardio options on top of the routine I am going to build for you.
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Pink Workout: Sample Workout Routine Schedule
**This schedule is simply a SAMPLE schedule of how your routine can look. You could choose to double up on strength training, or possibly add in or subtract yoga or cardio in different days or ways.**
Monday: Upper Body Focused Strength Training and Yoga
Tuesday: Long Distance Cardio Training
Wednesday: Off Day or Additional Yoga and Circuit Training
Thursday: Lower Body Focused Strength Training
Friday: Circuit Training and Yoga
Saturday: Off Day or Additional Training
Sunday: Off Day or Additional Training
Pink Workout: Upper Body Focused Strength Training
10-15 Min Incline Walk/Jog
Hammer Strength Chest Press
Seated Arnold Press
Cable Tricep Kickbacks
4×12 each arm
Pink Workout: Lower Body Strength Training
10-15 Min Incline Walk/Jog
Squats (Back or Goblet)
Glute Bridges w/ Barbell
4×12 each leg
Straight Leg Deadlifts w/ DBs
Hamstring Cable Kickbacks
4×12 each leg
Weighted Step Ups
4×10 each leg
Pink Workout: Cardio Options
You have tons of cardio options, but this section will be specifically in regards to formatting your cardio in the gym.
I will be going over alternative options in the yoga and alternative training section.
Long Steady Cardio Training:
I prefer to vary my training when I’m going to do some longer steady cardio work.
For that reason I generally suggest doing 10-20 minutes of any of the following options up until completing a total of 60+ minutes:
- Row Machine
- Treadmill Walk/Run
- Bike (Higher Intensity)
High Intensity Interval Training:
For your HIIT training you’re going to be performing it the same for each variation, but with different requirements.
This can be added into your overall 60 minutes required for the section above, or done in variations of 10-20 minutes for a total of 30-45 on its own.
Here’s how you’ll be formatting it:
- 1 Minute ON: Sprint, or High Intensity Work (RPMs above 100 while level 7-10, for example)
- 1 Minute OFF: Cooldown for 60 seconds and prep for your next sprint
Here’s some great options for HIIT:
- Row Machine
Pink Workout: Circuit Training Options
We have circuit training options all over the site, but I’m still also going to be sharing a bunch, and a handful of places to look first as well.
For example, you can head over to a handful of celebrity workouts, and also some others to find great circuits.
Celebrity Workouts with Circuits:
- Paige WWE Workout for CrossFit WODs
- Kevin Hart Workout for Alternative CrossFit WODs
- Kristen Bell Workout for Quick Circuit Addons
- The Spartan 300 WODs
- And, of course, TONS of other spread throughout the site (Check out our Workout Database).
We also have a handful of workouts you can throw into your training for quick “snacks” like we’ve seen in the David Beckham Workout.
10 Minute or Less Workouts:
- Plank and Jump
- Climbing to a Tight Core
- Battle Ropes
- Death by Burpees
- 30 Second Bodyweight Circuit
- Burpee Circuit 2
- Sprints and Bodyweight
- The Heavybag Routine
Pink Workout: Yoga and Alternative Training
Pink also likes to get outside and get fit in alternative ways.
Yoga is something she incorporates on a very regular basis, but she’s also been seen doing long distance bike rides and other activities.
This is, of course, all on top of all the work she does prepping for her performances.
Here are some activities you can perform other than the extra yoga:
- Spin Class
- Group Classes
- Sports and Other Cardiovascular Activities
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