The Bachelor star Nick Viall gained fame through reality television in 2014 as the runner-up on Andi Dorfman’s season 10 of The Bachelorette.
He’s been on three previous seasons of The Bachelorette, and has had a hard time finding love.
Viall is a fitness freak and does a lot of CrossFit workouts. This is what we gather after going through his Instagram. He’s shared a number of pictures and videos while working out.
His workout includes: Push-ups for 20 seconds with a rest of four minutes, 50 dumbbell push presses, 50 kettle bell swings, 50 lunges with dumbbells, and 50 wall ball squats.
His CrossFit workout includes three rounds of 15 deadlifts, 30 kettle bells swings, and a 400m run. He has shared a video of himself doing CrossFit.
He used to run track and field at his Milwaukee high school, according to the Tap Milwaukee Journal. He set a school record for the 3,200-meter relay. When he was a part of Waukesha North High School, Viall won state in the 800-meter run at the 1999 WIAA Track and Field Championship.
Viall’s Health Recommendations
Keep yourself hydrated. Water is the best drink and it comes with zero calories. It curbs binge eating and helps in digestion, metabolism, joint lubrication, mineral intake, and overall body health and function. At least eight glasses of water must be consumed every day.
Eat clean. Consume a lot of fruits, vegetables, eggs, chicken, and fish. Keep away from products that have preservatives and a high amount of sodium. Avoid eating Twinkies, candy bars, pizzas, burgers, Cheetos, or soda pop.
Eat protein. Protein helps build and maintain muscle. Include protein rich sources like fish, chicken breasts, turkey, eggs, and beans into your daily diet.
Protein shakes. They are a good protein supplement. Add some fruit like bananas, strawberries and raspberries to fill you up with vitamins, fiber, and protein.
High fiber foods. Foods like broccoli, whole grains, apples, beans, peas, and oatmeal contain fiber and must be consumed regularly. Fiber is as important as protein.
Consume healthy fats. Healthy fats come from sources like almonds, olives, walnuts, sardines, salmon, and natural peanut butter. They contain Omega-3 fatty acids and are essential.
Eat fruits and veggies. Fresh fruits and veggies are full of vitamins and minerals, and they contain fiber too.
Lindley, C., “11 Things You Never Knew About Nick Viall,” Bustle web site, September 09, 2016; https://www.bustle.com/articles/182035-11-things-you-never-knew-about-nick-viall.