Kelly Rowland Workout And Diet
Kelendria Rowland was born in Atlanta, Georgia. When she was 6, her parents separated and she moved to Houston, Texas where she met future bandmate Beyoncé. In the early 1990s, Rowland, Beyoncé and 2 other girls formed the band Girl’s Tyme and appeared on the TV competition show Star Search. The group changed names a few more times before deciding on Destiny’s Child. Columbia Records signed them and the group became one of the best-selling girl groups of all time. When the band took a hiatus, Rowland release a solo album, Simply Deep which sold almost 4 million copies worldwide. Destiny’s Child disbanded in 2006 and Rowland released a second solo album, Ms. Kelly which also contained Top 10 hits. She sold over 60 million records with Destiny’s Child and another 40 million as a solo artist. Rowland has earned many awards including 4 Grammys and 2 Soul Train Music Awards. Rowland hosted the first season of The Fashion Show. She has also been a judge on The X Factor UK, host on Chasing Destiny and a coach on The Voice Australia. Rowland has performed on the big and small screens, including in the rom-com The Seat Filler. She also released a book for new moms called Whoa, Baby!. In 2013, Rowland was named on People magazine’s Most Beautiful list. In 2019, she partnered with Fabletics to create a sportswear line. Rowland married her manager Tim Weatherspoon in 2014 and they have 2 sons. She has millions of followers on social media Rowland is 5 feet,8 inches tall and weighs about 130 lbs.
Kelly Rowland’s Diet
Rowland is 40 and fabulous. The mother of two’s secret to a ripped physique is good old-fashioned healthy eating and exercise. She takes the ‘boring’ route of consuming clean protein, veggies, and tons of water. Her go-tos are all simple and packed with nutrients: yogurt, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, fruit, fish, and all sorts of vegetables. The one thing she avoids is shrimp due to an allergy.
- Medium Fat 30% 30%
- Medium Carb 40% 40%
- Medium Protein 40% 40%
Diet Dreams Vs. Reality
Rowland says she would love to have sunny-side up eggs, bacon and toast, but her usual breakfast is yogurt, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds and a lot of water.
After hitting the gym, Rowland will have a post-work snack of egg whites and spinach.
Lunch for Rowland is often a piece of salmon. Dinner is equally healthy, frequently a vegan soup or salad.
Rowland’s idea of a yummy snack is fruit, such as a really big, juicy apple or mango.
Sweet, Salty, Gooey Treats
One of Rowland’s favorite treats is Chik-Fil-A waffle fries and ice cream (eaten together). She also likes M&Ms mixed with popcorn. Being from Texas, she won’t say no to queso and chips. And get out of her way if there’s rich and decadent Banoffee pie on offer.
What to Eat
What to Avoid
Rowland on The Importance of Healthy Eating
‘I think people will slip on nutrition and think that you can eat whatever you want and then work out. But the two go hand in hand.’
Rowland on Her Healthy Diet
‘It’s sounds boring, and it is, but it works.’
Rowland on Healthy Eating
‘You have to do the work.’
Rowland on Favorite Cheat
‘Waffle fries and ice cream are just — whaaat?! — amazing. You’ve got the salt with the potato and the sugar. It’s just so good.’
Rowland on Banoffee Pie
‘It’s high in calories but it just makes you feel happy all day.’
Kelly Rowland’s Workout Routine
Dance Yourself Fit
As a member of Destiny’s Child, Rowland did complex dance routines which were a workout unto themselves.
Even when Rowland was 9 months pregnant, she was still working out regularly, including jogging, swimming, dance, and yoga.
Rowland loves to work up a good sweat, and she likes having a trainer to push her and keep things fresh. She has worked with several different trainers, including Rebecca Broxterman, Massy Arias, and Jeannette Jenkins, with whom she created a workout DVD called Sexy Abs Cardio Sculpt.
Rowland loves to exercise. She’ll either meet up with a trainer, take a spin class or do something on her own just about every day.
Rowland digs her cardio and does SoulCycle at least twice a week.
Keep It Interesting
Rowland is always up for something new, and has tried all kinds of exercise, including pole dancing.
Yoga For All-Around Health
To help manage stress and stay flexible, Rowland practices yoga. Prenatal yoga can help reduce common symptoms of pregnancy, including swelling in the legs, constipation, and leg cramps, and it can also help speed recovery after delivery.
A Kelly Rowland Flat Belly Routine
Do 3 circuits of the following.:
Do jumping jacks for 30 seconds be-tween exercises to increase the inten-sity.
Plié Press: Standing with feet wide, toes turned out, hold a free weight in each hand in front of you, palms facing out. Bend knees. Rise up and curl weights to shoulders, rotating to the right and turn palms away as you press overhead. Re-turn to starting position, then twist to the left. This is 1 rep. Do 6 reps.
Back Attack: Stand with right leg ex-tended behind you with toes on the floor. Hold a weight in each hand, arms ex-tended at 45 degrees from shoulders, palms stacked. Lift right leg and left arm, extending right arm out to side. Return to starting position and repeat on left for 1 rep. Do 10 reps.
Tri-Core Toner: In plank position, feet hip-width apart, shoulders over wrists, move right hand about a foot forward, then slide left hand forward beside it. Walk hands back to starting position. Repeat 10 times. Next, bend arms keep-ing elbows next to ribs and lower to hov-er over floor. Return to starting position. Repeat 10 times.
Starfish Toe Touch: Lie on back, arms and legs extended off floor, arms wider than shoulders, legs wider than hips. Crunch up, lifting shoulders as you raise legs 45 degrees off the floor. Right hand goes behind head as you lift the right leg and reach for it with the left hand. Repeat on opposite side for 1 rep. Do 6 reps total. Arms and legs should stay off floor for the entire exercise.
Decline Twist: Sit on floor, back straight, knees bent, feet on floor. Extend arms at shoulder height in front of you, palms facing floor. Hinge back from hits and rotate to the right, reaching right arm behind you. Return to starting position and repeat on left for 1 rep. Do 10 reps total.
Rowland on Fitness
‘I genuinely love working out.’
Rowland on Why She Loves Exercise
‘I love the fact that I’m taking the time to pour back into myself.’
Rowland on Getting Fit
‘Don’t be afraid to do the work.’
Kelly Rowland’s Supplements
Rowland subscribes to the ‘food is medicine’ school of thought and she’s keeping quiet on any supplements she might take. So, below are options that can benefit anyone following a similar diet plan.
As a mom, a B-complex is a good idea to stave off postpartum depression and boost energy.
Battling baby weight? To keep muscles strong, burn fat, and curb cravings, adding protein to your diet is a wise choice.
Kelly Rowland’s Lifestyle
Sleep: Get it When You Can
As a mother of two with a demanding full-time career, Rowland doesn’t always get as much sleep as she would like. She is often in the studio until midnight, then runs home to catch some zzz’s and get some quality time in with the kids before heading back to work.
Close Knit Clan
Rowland’s mentor is none other than Mama T aka Tina Lawson, Beyoncé’s mother. Rowland even lived with them for a time before Destiny’s Child was formed.
Rowland says she used to be able to burp entire songs, but having grown older, she no longer engages in such antics.
Rowland says one of her dreams is to go parachuting, except she’s afraid to jump out of a plane.
Rowland says that if she hadn’t become a singer, she would have liked to be a psychologist because human behavior and the mysteries of the mind fascinate her.
Unique Beauty Routine
Rowland isn’t afraid of appearing bare-faced in public. She’ll use anything from humble Vaseline to fancy retinol creams, and she has done laser treatments on her face to tighten, brighten and lift. She’s also a fan of steaming to release toxins. She wears sunscreen every day, and if she gets a pimple, she uses a Zitsticka so she doesn’t pick at it.
Rowland on Burping Songs
‘I don’t do that anymore. I’m a lady.’
Rowland on Her Plastic Surgery
‘I simply went from an A-cup to a B-cup…The decision was 10 years in the making.’
Rowland on Protecting Her Spirit
‘I’m careful with my heart. I don’t take crap from no one these days. I put my foot down.’
Rowland on Talent vs. Celebrity
‘I think nowadays we’re often sidetracked by what somebody got popular doing…but it should be about the talent.’
Rowland on Her Music
‘I always hope that my music can inspire someone, the same way other artists inspire me.’