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How tall is Kayla Itsines?
Kayla Itsines’s height is 5ft 4.5in (164 cm).
“I’m only 164cm!! I just have long legs…” Twitter, September 2014
How much does Kayla Itsines weigh?
Kayla Itsines weighs 119 lbs (53 kg).
What is Kayla Itsines’s shoe size?
What is Kayla Itsines’s zodiac sign?
Kayla Itsines’s zodiac sign is Gemini.
When was Kayla Itsines born?
Kayla Itsines’s birthday is on May 21, 1991.
Where was Kayla Itsines born?
Kayla Itsines was born in Adelaide, Australia.
Australian personal trainer and the creator of BBG (Bikini Body Guide) fitness program, Kayla Itsines’s full name is Kayla Itsines.
Diet and Workout Quotes
Weight loss advice: “A lot of the time people try and go too hard, too fast. The biggest causes are too much training, restricting calories too far or even not resting enough. This typically results in an overload of stress that can heavily prevent weight loss. If your body is comfortable and not stressed it will act the way you want.”
Regular diet: “You should listen to your body when it comes to the foods you eat – and eat to feel good. I’m a big advocate for fuelling your body with a healthy balanced diet from all food groups… If I’m home, my day starts off with breakfast, which is usually toast with chilli kale, two scrambled eggs and some sumac spice plus a green tea or espresso shot. I usually head to my studio to train clients in the morning, then I might have a mid-morning snack (something like Greek yoghurt and berries). For lunch I might have a Yiros using turkey or chicken and some fresh salad. My afternoon snack usually depends on what time of day I’m doing my workout; I like tuna on crispbreads for a post-workout snack. Dinner is usually a lean protein, like grilled chicken or salmon with some brown rice and vegetables. Throughout the day, I make sure I’m drinking lots of water too.”
Daily workout: “I am doing three resistance workouts, focusing on my legs, arms and abs, and three cardio workouts, including both low-intensity steady state and high-intensity interval training.”
Source: The Skinny Confidential, Triple White, The New Paper