You’ve seen his face a million times, hosting and co-hosting television shows, interviewing celebrities on the red carpet, and making the occasional cameo in breakout comedy movies. He’s the voice that starts your morning on the radio or that you listen to on the way into work. Ryan Seacrest, through hard work and determination, has become a familiar face and voice in the landscape of American media. Even going behind the scenes, he produces some of America’s most popular TV shows, like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and American Idol. It should come as no surprise that a man who works so hard in show-business would work equally as hard on himself. Ryan has found that the best way to stay in tune with his busy schedule is to keep his body in shape. He’s perfected a new routine since moving to New York and recently shared some of what makes his hectic day possible, even with workouts.
Now in his 40’s, Ryan Seacrest has learned that taking care of his body, not just working out, is more important than ever. Starting each day with a morning matcha tea, he sets the tone for the day before heading out into unpredictable New York weather. According to mensjournal.com, his current workout includes boxing, complete with boxing coach, as well as biking using an interactive Peloton bike. Ryan has found that using a personal trainer sets him up for the best workout success and brings his trainer along with him while traveling to keep up his schedule.
Ryan recently moved to New York City to cohost Live with Kelly and Ryan and updated his routine to match his drastically different New York setting. Ryan also finds time to run his own companies, Distinction and Polish, both carefully curated fashion and skincare lines for men. However, nothing is more important to Ryan than his foundation, The Ryan Seacrest Foundation, which creates media spaces within children’s hospitals to open up a world of creativity for children who would otherwise not have access to it.