Lindsey Vonn Showed Off the Challenging Workouts That Keep Her Fit at 36

From men's health
Lindsey Vonn, 36, showed off her strength training routine in a new training video.
In the Instagram post, the Olympic skier went through a series of challenging moves.
The former professional athlete also adheres to a healthy diet of lean protein and vegetables.
Although Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn has retired from competitive skiing, she remains active by doing strength training at the gym with her trainer. Last week, the former professional athlete, 36, shared some insight into her training with Gunnar Peterson (who also trains celebrities like Kate Beckinsale and the Kardashians).
Your strength training includes weighted squats, rope exercises, and lifting on a weight machine. "I worked hard last week. I'm looking forward to the new challenges this week. Bring it! #Droughthework @projectrock @gunnarfitness," she signed the video of her sweat.
While training with X Games skateboarding champion Leticia Bufoni, Lindsey also showed off her core strength while squatting on a balance board.
She also started lifting and weight training.
But Vonn doesn't just sweat to stay fit. She also eats healthy. She and her fiance, NHL player P.K. Subban, work with nutritionist Phil Goglia to plan their meals and use a food delivery service to make sure they are not buying junk food products from the grocery store. "If I was left on my own, I would probably have macs and cheese and pasta and cereal," Lindsey previously told Women's Health. "I have to lay everything out for myself, otherwise I will quickly redirect."
In the morning, she usually eats blueberries as a pre-workout snack. "I try not to overeat in the morning before I work out," she explained. "I don't work crazy hard, but I do find that I feel better; not that hard."
After sweating, Vonn eats "protein omelets with broccoli, chicken and pepper and the like". Usually lunch consists of chicken or salmon with kale or cabbage. Dinner is also a mix of egg whites and vegetables: examples are chicken salad with avocado or zucchini noodles with Bolognese meat sauce. Her favorite snacks are almonds, kiwis, and blueberries.
Although Vonn tries to eat healthy, she treats herself to a dessert with Ben and Jerry or a glass of red wine in the evening.
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