Since moving to New York City for Los Angeles in 2017, TV host Ryan Seacrest has managed to adjust to his new life while still sticking to his regular fitness routine. His amazing time-management skills have allowed him to fulfill his duties as cohost of “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and incorporate health and fitness into his daily life.
At 43, Ryan Seacrest knows the importance of self-care and fighting the effects of aging. Most of his days begin at 6am with a quick shower, shave and facial moisturizer application followed by a matcha tea and coffee. After watching some TV and catching up on the latest news stories, it’s off to work. This morning routine gets him ready to face his big day with greater confidence.
Ryan Seacrest believes, as per the New York Times, his commitment to exercise and eating healthy helps him sustain his busy lifestyle. Maintaining a mostly vegan diet, Ryan Seacrest allows himself to indulge in the occasional large meal and glass of wine. He also works with a fitness trainer regularly and does exercise routines that involve boxing, running and strength training.
With all of his commitments, Ryan Seacrest has had to learn ways to disconnect from with world temporarily to enjoy some quiet time. He is now known to put off telephone interviews and similar requests until after the first half of his day is complete. He has also learned how to put his phone down and lock it in a safe when he takes trips. See Ryan’s clothing line at ryanseacrestdistinction.com.
To perfect his hosting skills, Ryan Seacrest often remembers advice given to him by his former mentor Dick Clark. Clark told Ryan Seacrest that the best way to know if he is doing a good job as a host is if it looks easy to the viewer.
In addition to cohosting “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” Ryan Seacrest’s impressive resume includes serving as long-time host of “American Idol” and co-anchoring “E! News Live.” He has also hosted the syndicated radio show “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” and founded the Ryan Seacrest Foundation.