At 43, Ryan Seacrest is still trying to adjust to New York City. He moved from LA last year to run the Live with Kelly Ripa show. He also runs a country-wide-syndicated radio show, American Idol, the TV series Keeping Up with the Kardashians producer, and owns skin care as well as a clothing line. His day usually begins at 6 o’clock, hits the shower and a quick shave and a little moisturizer on his face.
According to www.forbes.com, in his late and early 20s and 30s, Ryan Seacrest found it awkward working out during business hours and wouldn’t tell anyone he works out at noon. His physical aspect, however, became an essential part of the balance as he grew up that he traveled with his trainer when he went for a Live! Show to the Bahamas to keep up with his routine. He has also recently been boxing with the help of his boxing coach as well as using a Peloton bike before he goes to work. Although he despises treadmills, he is a lover of running mainly in the park.
He would go through the previous night’s news and a bit of television in the morning and commutes to work taking him about 7 minutes from Upper East Side. Ryan Seacrest has mastered that he can indulge in so much for a specific amount of time. Only receiving a phone call interview after his first half of the day is complete. Ryan Seacrest goes further in stating that people like to hear the ‘yes’ word. However, his favorite reply to any email would be “got it.”
He’s a massive “foodie,” and a vegan aiming at eating well and drinking wine with the sole purpose of enjoying life. Ryan Seacrest finds it fantastic having a family style, two-hour meal with an excellent bottle of wine on Fridays and Saturdays as it is impossible doing so during the week. His motivation comes from watching Dick Clark in his childhood years, and he told him when they were working together that if your audience thinks you make the job look easy, then you’re doing it right.
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