How do you manage to balance your work life, your influencer role and your personal life with exercise? What does your average schedule look like?
I normally get up around 8 or 9 and start the day with a big breakfast. I then spend an hour checking my emails and marking my agenda. Depending on my mood, I sometimes go to the boxing studio near my area or do a HIIT workout at home and then spend the rest of the day creating content for my sponsors. The time for music and my social life comes in the evening when the city has quieted down.
What made you so interested in the workout you’re representing? How long have you been practising it?
I only started boxing last year, after a stressful event in my life & constant invitation from my best friend. But as I kept going for those sweaty sessions, I started to develop physical strength. Not only that, but it also helps me release anger and relieve tension.
Tell us a little bit about your background and how that has helped shape the woman you are today.
I was born and raised in Medan and have always been labelled as ‘creative’ since I was little. I started college in Singapore at the age of 15 and then I moved to Sydney, Australia for my bachelor degree in Visual Communication. Having to live by myself since an early age has given me the freedom, confidence and independence to become the primary person guiding myself through big life decisions. It also inspired me to do something I’d never done before: loving myself.
What is your view on the saying ‘work hard, play hard’?
I see it as having a balanced life. After a long work schedule, we all need a break to remain sane and stay inspired.
What are the 4 things you always carry with you to keep you looking fresh and feeling fabulous?
I always carry roll-on perfume, 5 different lipsticks (just because I never know what lipstick I’m in the mood to wear later), hair ties and Fenty beauty blotting paper (I swear by this!).
If you had to give your 15-year-old self one piece of advice, what would it be?
Quit trying to be perfect and never be afraid to start over. If you don’t like something, make a change.
If you had to give someone who is intimidated by the type of workout you represent one piece of advice, what would it be?
Give it your all. The bigger the fear, the better the outcome.
What is your favourite music to workout to (mention 5)? Who is your musical guilty pleasure?
Bodak Yellow – Cardi B
Lose My Mind – Brennan Heart
No Limit – G-Eazy
Ayla – Ben Nicky
Look Alive – Drake
What do you like most about GuavaPass?
I like being a part of the community and the variety of classes, events and activities.
Tell us about your workout fashion style(s)!
Sports bra, tank top and yoga pants.