Sally Pearson is an Australian athlete. She was born on September 19, 1986 in Paddington, Australia. She is known as the 2011 World champion and 2012 Olympic champion in the 100 metres hurdles. She also earned a silver medal in the 100 m hurdles at the 2008 Summer Olympics and the 2013 World Championships. During the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, she competed in the 100 m sprint in addition to the 100 m hurdles. In 2014, she also competed for the Commonwealth Games which was held in Glasgow, Scotland and won the first place.
So how does Sally keep her body fit? Here’s what she revealed in an interview: “I train six days a week and have a pretty full-on schedule that includes at least five track sessions, two gym sessions and two in the pool. I’m a sprinter, so each session is between one-and-a-half and two hours of quality, rather than quantity, training. At the track, I do full-on sprint and hurdle sessions that sometimes make me vomit. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday I do two sessions a day. On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday I do one session.”
For her diet, she said, “When I’m in competition season, I really need to look after myself and make sure I’m eating the right amounts. I tend to eat too much, so it’s important I keep my portion sizes down. For breakfast I usually have a bowl of cereal, for lunch it’s usually a salad sandwich and for dinner it’s meat and vegetables or meat and salad. I eat fruit for morning and afternoon tea.
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 28)
Height: 168 cm | 5 feet, 6 Inches
Weight: 60 kg | 132 lbs
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