When it comes to working out, Hilary Rhoda never takes a day off. As a model, it’s part of her job to be camera ready at all times, but Rhoda has a wellness fixation that goes far beyond looking good. In fact, she’s been trying to get into meditation lately despite the fact that she’s “too impatient for yoga.” She’s currently reading 10% Happier, a popular self-help book for self-help nonbelievers, to usher herself into the Zen habit.
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‘ I love SoulCycle. I don’t know if you can still even call it a trend at this point because it’s been around for a long time now. For me, I never get sick of it. It’s just a great workout. It’s so convenient too because they’re all over the city and they’re every hour, so you can go after work, before work, on your lunch break, any time. ‘
‘I make workouts more of an appointment rather than something that’s optional so that I can’t really bail on it. Or I’ll tell a friend to meet me at this place to work out, like spin class or whatever, and that way I’ll also be more motivated to get up. You’re held accountable and they’re going to be mad if you don’t show up, so that helps. You’re like, Ugh, I have to go, but then you feel better afterwards.’
‘I really hate running. It’s–oh my God–it’s so hard for me. I don’t know why, I just get bored or tired. That’s really the only thing to do when I’m traveling, so working out in the hotel gyms is tough.’
‘I think it’s great and it’s so cool to see people, like a girl in Australia who’s a trainer, putting her content all over her Instagram page and you can say, ‘Oh my God, that’s such a cool move’ and it’s something that you can do at home. There’s endless possibilities, and it’s good inspiration to just be like, Okay, I’m going to get up of my butt and work out. I follow Tracy Anderson, so I like seeing her posts.’