Pink Workout And Diet
Pink is the stage name of Alecia Moore. She grew up in Pennsylvania where she trained as a competitive gymnast. She started writing song lyrics as a teen, joining her first band in high school.Pink chose her stage name around age 14 when she started performing in clubs in Philadelphia. At age 16, she and 2 other girls formed the band R&B Choice and landed a record deal. Choice disbanded in 1998 and Pink went solo, signing with LaFace Records. Her debut single ‘There You Go’ was released in 2000 and hit #7 on Billboard. With over 135 records sold worldwide, she is one of the best-selling music artists. Pink has also appeared in movies, including Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and Happy Feet Two. She also contributed to the soundtrack for Moulin Rouge. Pink has won 3 Grammys, a Daytime Emmy, and 7 MTV Video Music Awards. She was a CoverGirl brand ambassador. She has 2 children with motorcross racer Carey Hart. Pink supports many charities and is an ambassador for UNICEF. She has millions of followers on social media. Pink is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs about 150 Ibs.
Pink loves to eat, but she opts for healthy, natural foods most of the time. Her diet varies bases on her needs. She eats more when she’s touring and less when she’s at home, but she always tries to make sure everything is nutrient-dense. She proudly says she hasn’t eaten anything with 4 legs since she was a teenager, although she sometimes has fish and chicken. She grows some of her own food and she also loves to cook, particularly for her kids. She has been known to take cooking classes on vacation. When she’s working, she hydrates with water, but she also loves a good wine list.
- Medium Fat 30% 30%
- Medium Carb 40% 40%
- Medium Protein 40% 40%
Pink says that while she doesn’t follow any specific diet, she focuses on eating healthy foods.
Pink is famous for her acrobatic moves on stage. Doing all that work requires energy, meaning food. She admits to eating a lot while she’s touring, but she burns it off.
The Vegan Thing
When she’s not touring, Pink has been known to go vegan and eat only plant-based foods, but then she might slip in a little fish or chicken if she feels like it.
Cheese Is Delicious
Pink loves all good food, but one of her faves is the Mediterranean cheese called halloumi. She likes to grill it to eat with salads.
What to Eat
What to Avoid
Animal Products (sometimes)
Pink on Her At-home Diet
‘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.’
Pink on Her Tour Diet
‘I eat a lot [on tour] because I work out 4 1/2 hours a day.’
Pink on Being a Foodie
‘I take cooking classes for vacation.’
Pink on Her Favorite Cheese
‘I’m obsesses with halloumi.’
Pink on Her Post-baby Body
‘I know I’m not at my goal or anywhere near it after Baby 2, but dammit, I don’t feel obese.’
Pink’s Workout Routine
Pink began training in gymnastics starting at age 4 and still uses those skills today on stage. Even when she’s not on tour, she’s always exercising.
Pink says she was inspired to incorporate acrobatics into her concerts after seeing aerialists perform at a Cher concert.
Pink works with Hollywood trainer Jeanette Jenkins who also trains stars including Kelly Rowland and Alicia Keys, as well as pro athletes such as Serena Williams, Shawn Johnson and Carmelita Jeter.
Pink was keen to get her pre-baby body back after giving birth, but she gave herself time to rest, recover, and bond with her babies and took the long view on weight loss. She is proud of her muscular physique.
Mega Daily Dose
On tour, Pink spends hours working out. Her 2-hour shows are an intense routine, but she also does a pre-show check of the equipment which is a workout unto itself. On top of that, she also gets in some yoga and cardio.
Pink is a fan of outdoor exercise like biking, wake boarding and tennis, but she also loves to hit the gym and do yoga and cardio-sculpt classes with her trainer.
Go the Distance
Pink is all about getting her heart rate up, such as by riding her bike 30+ miles.
Pink loves tennis so much, she has dressed up like the legend of Billie Jean King whom she calls her ‘personal hero.’
A Pink Routine
Anything that gets your heart pumping
Pink on Her Touring Fitness Routine
‘I work out 4 1/2 hours a day: a 2-hour show, plus yoga, cardio, and a rig check with the flying apparatuses.’
Pink on Her Body Image
‘I always wondered why God gave me thunder thighs. It’s ‘cause He knew I’d use them.’
Pink on Tennis
‘Tennis is my favorite season.’
Pink on Body Positivity
‘Would you believe I’m 160 lbs and 5’ 3”? By “regular standards” that makes me obese.’
Pink’s Advice About Body Image
‘Stay off that scale, ladies!’
Pink currently isn’t dishing on her supplement regimen. So below are options that can benefit anyone following a similar diet plan.
As a busy woman in her 40s, protein is always a smart pick to retain muscle and keep the metabolism going strong.
Pink eats healthy foods, but if your diet runs a little low in fruit and veg, try adding a fiber supplement which helps you feel full while promoting good digestion and even weight loss.
green coffee beans
Calcium and vitamin D
Omega-3s are another essential for everyone, no matter what age. They reduce inflammation and are good for your brain, heart, and overall health.
Boron is a less-famous nutrient that offers many benefits for women over 40, including bone health, wound healing, brain function, and protection against certain cancers including breast, cervical, and lung.
Pink dropped out of school to sing at nightclubs. She also abused alcohol and drugs and once overdosed.
In November, 2021, Pink underwent hip surgery. She says it was rough going, and that it was thanks to her often-injured motorcross rider SO’s constant support that she got through it.
World’s Best Dad
Pink’s father Jim Moore who was a Vietnam veteran and an insurance salesman worked as her first manager. They sang together when she was young, and she says he has been her go-to person all her life.
Pink proposed to Carey Hart in 2003 by writing ‘Will You Marry Me? I’m serious!’ on a pit board durning a motorcross race. He veered off to accept. She sent him back in to finish the race. They married in 2006, then separated a few years later, only to reconcile again.
Pink is a proponent of attachment parenting, the practice of being both physically and emotionally close and responsive toward your baby.
Pink is famous for pushing the envelope. She refused to conform to pop standards, either with her voice or her body, becoming an inspiration to countless numbers of people.
Aging With Attitude
Pink is all about body positivity, and that extends to aging. She accepts the lines as evidence of a life well lived, not a reason to run out and get Botox.
Pink on Her Teenage Years
‘I was like, “Trouble?…You want trouble, well here it is!’
Pink on Physical Setbacks
‘It is humbling for a very independent person like myself to be rendered physically unable.’
Pink on Recovering From Hip Surgery
‘It was a brutal first week of tears and pain, med depression, ulcers from meds, and constant fevers.’
Pink on Life’s Challenges
‘Life always reminds you that most setbacks are actually just pauses and opportunities to recalibrate and count your blessings.’
Pink on Her Father
‘I thank my stars for this man, that he was strong enough not only to fight his own monsters but mine too.’
Pink on Her Image
‘I’m fortunate because I’ve never really depended on my looks…My talent and individuality is far more important than my face.’
Pink on Aging
‘Dear Me, you’re getting older. I see lines. Especially when you smile…You look (and feel) weird as you get used to this new reality.’
Pink on Plastic Surgery
‘Every once in a while, you consider altering your face, and then you watch a show where you want to see what the person is feeling…and their face doesn’t move. I cannot get behind it…I want my children to know what I look like when I’m angry.’
Pink on Being a Change-maker
‘We take the gravel in the shell and make a pearl.’