Diet & workout secrets to get in shape like Miss USA Erin Brady
Miss USA 2013 Erin Brady
Miss USA 2013 Erin Brady is in the best shape of her life, thanks to a healthy diet and regular workouts. Brady, 25, maintains her sizzling 5-foot-8, 113-lb bikini body by eating lots of vegetables, lean proteins and doing P90X workouts and yoga.
With the Atkins Diet.Advertisement "I’m a fan of the P90X Ab Ripper," Brady told Shape June 20. "It’s only a 15-minute workout but you can work as many muscles as possible in that time. Plus, you can do it in your hotel room."
Brady, who did 30-minute cardio workouts every morning while preparing for the Miss USA pageant, recently added Bikram yoga to her repertoire. The stunning former accountant, who will spotlight breast and ovarian cancer during her reign, follows a low-carb diet featuring fresh fruit, vegetables and lots of fish.
"I am big into greens," she said. "Swiss chard, kale, and brussels sprouts are my favorites. My specialty is brussels sprouts with olive oil, garlic, and balsamic vinegar. I also sauté beets the same way.
"Veggies are great to throw into the juicer too, especially ones you wouldn’t normally eat. It flushes you out. You feel better, your skin feels better."
Brady typically starts each day with a light breakfast of poached eggs or egg-white omelettes with multi-grain, flourless bread, and snacks on steel-cut oats with blueberries, raspberries or strawberries, peanut-butter sandwiches and frozen yogurt.
Lunch is usually a grilled chicken salad, while dinner typically consists of grilled fish with vegetables. While she’s an extremely disciplined eater, Brady regularly indulges her sweet tooth.
“My guilty pleasure food that I will never give up would have to be my grandmother’s homemade apple pie," said Brady. "I eat it with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. I can just never give that up.”
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