Libby Trickett Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Bust, Waist, and Hip Size

Libby Trickett - celebhealthy_comLibby Trinkett, originally Lisbeth Constance Trickett, OAM, is an Australian competition swimmer. She was born on January 28, 1985 in Townsville, Australia. She is known as a gold medallist at the 2004 Summer Olympics, the 2008 Summer Olympics, and the 2012 Summer Olympics. A product of Somerville House, she started to be prominent in the career she’s taking when she entered the Australian championships in March 2003 by which she eventually became a medal contender in multiple events at the 2003 World Championships in Barcelona.

According to Libby, exercise is already a part of her life. She said in one of her interviews, “Exercise is what I do for a living but I can’t imagine not being active. It’s in my blood and part of who I am. I was inactive when I retired and realised it’s important to do something active every day. At the moment, my weekly training schedule is pretty heavy. It includes eight to nine 90- to 120-minute swimming sessions; two weight sessions; a couple of spin sessions; one five-kilometre run and four core stability sessions. I play touch football once a week and I’m about to start explosive sprint training to help my starts. All together, it’s about 40 hours of training a week.”

For her diet, she explained, “My approach to food is different from when I was in my teens. I can’t eat nearly as much as I used to if I want to stay the same size. I’m out of retirement so I’m trying to get my body in shape. I’m eating less carbs and limiting sugar. I’ve realised food is the fuel I need to use wisely to train. I eat smaller portions more often: six small meals a day, with more focus on protein to replenish my body and aid recovery.”

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 30)

Height: 168 cm | 5 feet, 6 Inches
Weight: 64 kg | 141 lbs
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