Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine and Diet Plan [2020]

By | August 8, 2020

Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine and Diet Plan: Olivia Rodrigo is an actress and singer known for her roles in High school musical the series, Disney Bizaardvark, etc. She gets recognized for her slim and times body figure, which inspires many girls to get better and stay healthy. So if you also want to look like Olivia, and wants to know the Olivia Rodrigo workout and diet plan, then look no further.

Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine and Diet Plan

Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine and Diet Plan

Olivia Rodrigo Body Stats

Height 5 ft 5 inch
Weight 48 kg
Age 17 years
Breast 31 inch
Waist 22 inch
Hips 31 inch

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Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine

Olivia Rodrigo is a star; she also makes tik-tok daily to stay active in quarantine. However, there isn’t much that the actress does to keep fit in her workout routine. Recently in May, Olivia gave an interview with Teen Vogue, where they talked about a lot of things, especially about the whole daily routine.

In that interview, there were many things that Olivia told, how she likes to use her day to the fullest and doesn’t feel stressed at all, In that interview, she stated two workouts that she does to get a better body shape, one of them is running, and the other one is abs workout. Both of these things are useful to get slim as running burns calories, and abs also burn a lot of core and belly fat.

Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine

Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine

Olivia Rodrigo workout includes:-

Running

In the running, she likes to run outside in the evening, in the Teen Vogue magazine, Olivia stated that she runs around 6 pm, Olivia also said that she’s not a runner, but it still counts and worth it.

Running is an excellent workout for an overall body weight loss; it works your whole body at the same time while burning a lot of calories from the inside. So you should also run every day for about 3 to 5 miles.

 

Olivia Rodrigo Abs Training

Even though she did tell the Teen Vogue that she likes to run and do abs training, Olivia didn’t say anything about the exercises that she does in that routine. However, do not worry as I will give you a great workout routine for your abs that will provide you a flat stomach and great toned body shape.

We will do a circuit routine in this workout if you don’t know what a circuit routine is, then let me tell you that It’s a routine where you do exercises non-stop without any break while you are doing a workout, and you can only rest after you complete the whole set. 

Sets: 3

Rest time: one minute

  • Crunches x 50
  • Cross crunches x 30
  • Leg raises x 20
  • Russian twist x 20
  • V-ups x 20
  • Plank twister x 20
  • Plank hold x 40 seconds

That’s all for the Olivia Rodrigo workout routine.

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Olivia Rodrigo Diet Plan

Olivia Rodrigo Diet Plan

Olivia Rodrigo Diet Plan

Olivia Rodrigo’s diet focuses on eating greens and veggies. She doesn’t consume meat or other non-veg food at all as she’s a vegetarian. The menu contains meals like; light breakfast, lunch, dinner. There isn’t much to look forward to her diet plan, as she is just 17 years old, and that’s why Olivia eats what she wants most of the time.

Olivia also mentioned some of the diet plans on Teen Vogue, where she talked about breakfast, where you can see she is eating a bowl of cereal with juice. Lunch and dinner must be; salad, fruit, etc. The last thing, Olivia, also drinks a whole lot of water throughout the day. 

That’s all for the Olivia Rodrigo diet plan.

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8 thoughts on “Olivia Rodrigo Workout Routine and Diet Plan [2020]

  1. aaliyah

    im 11/12 years old and i weight more than olivia i weight 125/130 and all my friends are skinny i just want to be skinny so i think i’m going to try olivia’s workout but how am i suppose to eat healthy p.s befor covid/19 started i weighted 100/105

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    1. Katherine

      Aaliyah, please don’t worry about your weight! It is very normal for girls around your age to gain a bit of weight because puberty is starting. There is nothing to be ashamed of! You aren’t doing anything wrong 🙂

      Your weight is healthy! Everybody’s body is different. For example, my friend Lizzy and I eat the same amount of food, but she weighs more than me. We are both healthy, our bodies are just different than each other. Even if you eat healthy, that does not mean you will look like Olivia Rodrigo because Olivia has a different body than you. You will look like you, and you are beautiful just the way you are!

      Eating healthy is a great idea! It helps you feel more happy and energetic. You might lose some weight if you decide to start eating healthier, but that is not important. What is most important is that you are happy and healthy!

      I have some tips for you about how to eat healthier:

      1. Eat more fruits and vegetables! Try to eat a fruit or vegetable in all of your meals.
      2. Don’t have a lot of processed sugar (like candy, soda, and juice). It’s okay to have a treat sometimes, but not every day. Having a lot of candy and soda can make you feel crappy and tired.
      3. Get a little bit of exercise! Exercise can help you lose a little bit of weight, and it makes you feel happy! Try to go outside every single day to do some exercise. You can get go on a walk, you can play a sport like soccer, or you could plays games like tag.
      4. DO NOT GO ON A DIET. Going on a diet doesn’t work! 99% of diets fail, and lots of people gain weight after going on a diet! This is because when you go on a diet, you aren’t eating enough food and your body is afraid that it is going to starve. Your body doesn’t want to lose weight when you are on a diet. Also, diets make you feel hungry and tired and sad.

      I understand that you want to be skinny. But being skinny will not make you happier. Being skinny will not make you prettier. Being skinny will not make you like yourself. I promise that.

      Do what makes your body feel good! Everything is going to be alright Aaliyah. Just be kind to yourself!

      You can email me at lyonseeds@gmail.com. If you want to talk about something but you don’t have anyone to talk to, you can talk to me. And you can ask for advice about exercising and eating healthy because I know a lot about that stuff.

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    2. Renee

      Sweet gal. I promise you, you are beautiful and perfect the way you are. Comparison rather it be from the media or within your friend group is a true thief of joy. I think so many young girls struggle in the same way you feel. At 12 I had the same emotions and it developed into something obsessive and in the end made me less “healthy” for myself. Everyone has a different body type rather it be from genetics or something else. Learn to embrace and love yourself. Nourish your body and stay mentally and physically active. However making the objective to look a certain way or like someone else is not mentally healthy. Never forget you are uniquely imperfectly perfect! We all are. Stay strong. Pre teen- teen years for us gals isn’t easy. Never forget you are loved!

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    3. k

      hi ! not sure if you’ll see this but i understand how social media puts pressure onto kids to look a certain way, but you are just a kid ! pls pls pls do not compare yourself to your friends, i did the same thing when i was your age and it never ends well !

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    4. Lily

      You are perfectly fine! I feel your pain on just wanting to be skinny, but you gotta remember that: 1. You’ve only just started growing. Your weight is going to fluctuate (go up and down) until you’re around 19 or 20. So you can blame hormones for that haha. 2. If you gained weight over quarantine and it’s been an issue, just ask your doctor about it when you can, he/she/they will give you guidance and tips on it. I honestly think you’ll be fine , and don’t worry about not looking like your friends. We aren’t supposed to look identical to each other, that’s why we’re individuals 🙂
      I hope this helped you out a little!

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    5. ZingSid Post author

      Aaliyah, I’m sorry for being so late to reply to your comment; I would like you to don’t focus on getting lean or losing weight as much as you are thinking at this very moment. The important thing about living is being healthy, which doesn’t mean going on a strict diet or working out regularly and for hours.
      Simply being more active and changing junk food to home-cooked food will help you in your teenage to maintain a very healthy weight. I would recommend you snack on healthy fruits and try to eat outside as little as possible. Don’t leave or skip any meals, as it will ruin your metabolism, and instead of losing weight, you might gain weight.
      Start by little things like taking a walk every day in the park for 30 to 40 minutes, joining a dance class, or any sports team you are interested in joining. Lastly, I would suggest stopping thinking about being skinny and focus on enjoying your life and living healthily for yourself.

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  2. AG

    Yea girls don’t worry we are beautiful no matter what anyone says

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  3. Anna

    Hi I am also 11 ~ 12 years old and my parents keep on body shaming me saying that I am fat and this makes me feel that there is so much pressure to be skinny. I am 162cm and weigh 55kg. I also really want to be skinny since I am the only person in my year group without a six pack and every moment I feel like they are judging me.

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