How do some people make it seem so easy to stay fit despite being busy? To solve this baffling mystery, we have for you today, Sarah Carlos on Balancing Career and Fitness!
We got one of the finest talents in the entertainment industry to share with us her fitness journey and to give us some tips. Get to know more about this talent and Sarah Carlos on balancing career and fitness right here!
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Get to know Sarah Carlos
This 24-year-old beaut is a Filipina actress. Sarah Carlos is well-known for her role as Bea Bianca in the hit TV series ‘Pangako Sa’yo’ with Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo. The talented actress graduated from San Beda University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy. Aside from acting, she is also a host, radio DJ, and a social media influencer.
You may ask with all these things that are keeping her busy, does she have time to do anything else? Matter of fact, yes! She finds time to enjoy and relax through playing video games, spring cleaning around her house, and makeup. Oh, and she also makes sure to maintain a healthy lifestyle. “Whaaaat? How does she manage?” We have the same sentiments!
This super girl has the work ethic of Michelle Obama and the strength of well, Michelle Obama. She is simply incredible and she was kind enough to share her fitness journey with us.
Sarah Carlos on balancing career and fitness
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“Yes, I do. At this point, I need something I can simply follow so that I can use my energy on work.”
Tips you should keep in mind!
“I signed up at a gym that’s open 24 hours and I just made a commitment to it. To be honest, whenever I get asked this question, I never really know how to answer it. Because I just do it. “
“Sign up at a gym that’s open 24/7. Hire a coach. Be strict with yourself. And know that it’s not going to be easy but power through it anyway. Listen to motivational speeches and above all else, HAVE A GOAL. You need to know what you’re working towards for you to know how to achieve it. “