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P!nk's Workout Routine and Diet

What does Pink’s workout routine look like?

It’s no secret that Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, and musical genius Pink does it all. 

As a star in the music industry, Pink goes on tour often and has to make healthy lifestyle choices to nurture her body, to boost energy, and keep her entertaining thousands of fans at sold-out concerts. 

When it comes to fitness, Pink is a yogi, a gymnast, she loves biking and tennis, surfing, and performing for thousands of people, doing mind-blowing acrobatic tricks, all while singing her heart out for a two-hour show.

Pink does it all while being present and raising a family with husband Carey Hart, but makes it look like a walk in the park. 

If you’re curious about how Pink maintains her rock star shape through strength training and discipline, keep reading.

Within this article, we’ll discuss Pink’s workout routine, diet, and supplements:

 

Current Stats 

  • Height:‎ 5’4″
  • Weight: 119 lbs
  • Age: 42 years old
  • Birthday: September 8, 1979
  • Accolades: 3 Grammy Awards, 7 MTV Video Music Awards, 7 Billboard Music Awards, 5 World Music Awards

 

Workout Principles

  1. For any new mom struggling to lose post-baby weight, avoid comparing yourself to others.
  2. Muscle power over everything.
  3. Don’t cut corners – do the work.
  4. Indulge when you want to. Be smart, but don’t deny yourself an amazing meal because you’re worried about a little weight.

 

Pink’s Workout Routine

Pink relies on her fitness coach Jeanette Jenkins for motivation, consistency, and new challenges in a workout plan.

She’s trained with celebrity trainer Gregory Joujon-Roche, who coached her through the workout plan listed below, and is well-known for celebrity workouts. She also worked with Jillian Michaels after giving birth.

Pink’s trainers have her focus on finishing a set when she feels like she can’t do one more rep, rather than trying to reach a certain number of reps per set. 

Here’s Pink’s workout routine:

 

Monday: Chest & Shoulders

  1. 1 hour of cardio on the treadmill at 2% incline with abs intervals
  2. 30 minutes of weightlifting – Chest & shoulders

 

Ab Circuit: (repeat 4 times during treadmill)

  1. Accordion Crunches
  2. Side bridges
  3. Superhumans 

 

Chest Circuit:

  1. Dive Bombers
  2. Dumbbell Bench Press
  3. Chest Flys
  4. Cable Flys
  5. Military Press
  6. Lateral Flys
  7. Front Raises

 

Tuesday: Leg Day

  1. 1-hour morning run
  2. 1 hour of weightlifting – Legs & glutes
  3. 30 minutes martial arts training

 

Legs & Glutes Circuit: 

  1. Single-Leg Squats
  2. Lunges (Single leg, Reverse, Curtsy)
  3. Leg Extensions
  4. Mountain Climbers
  5. Lunge Side Kicks
  6. Wall Squats
  7. Calf Raises
  8. Skater Lunge

 

Advanced Martial Arts Training: (using a 10 lb. dumbbell) 

  1. Jab-Cross combination (25 reps)
  2. Jab-Cross-Roundhouse (25 reps)
  3. Jab-Cross-Roundhouse Kick-Jab-Cross-Hook (20 reps)
  4. Snap-and-Roundhouse (50 Kicks)
  5. Roundhouse Kicks (Rapid Fire 50 kicks)
  6. Thai Knee Abs 

 

Wednesday: Abs

  1. 1 hour cardio on the treadmill at 2% incline
  2. 30 minutes weightlifting – Abs
  3. Yoga & stretching

After 40 minutes of running on the treadmill, begin ab intervals. Complete a 2-minute sprint on the treadmill between each ab circuit.

 

Abs Circuit: (work till failure)

  1. Knee-Ins
  2. Tuck and Holds
  3. Toe Touches
  4. V-Ups & Pike
  5. Torso Rotations
  6. Hip Flexions with a punch

With Pink’s acrobatic performances in mind, core-based exercises are essential to building her core strength and maintaining those insane six-pack abs.

Her ab-day advice? “Don’t cut corners.”

 

Thursday: Arms

  1. 1 hour morning run with sprints
  2. 1-hour weightlifting – Arms
  3. 30 minutes of martial arts

 

Arms Circuit:

  1. Pull-Ups
  2. Pullovers
  3. Bicep Curls into Shoulder Press
  4. Concentration Bicep Curls
  5. Bicep Curls with a Twist
  6. Hammer Curls
  7. Rear Dips

 

Martial Arts Circuit: 

  1. Jab-Cross Combinations (25 reps)
  2. Jab-Cross-Roundhouse Kick (25 reps)
  3. Jab-Cross-Roundhouse Kick-Jab-Cross-Hook (20 reps)
  4. Snap-and-Roundhouse Combo (50 kick)
  5. Roundhouse Kicks (Rapid Fire 50 kicks)
  6. Thai Knee-Abs

 

Friday: Chest & Shoulders

  1. 1 hour of cardio on the treadmill with abs intervals
  2. 30 minutes of weightlifting – Chest & shoulders
  3. Yoga and stretching

 

Ab Circuit: (repeat 4 times during treadmill)

  1. Accordion Crunches
  2. Side bridges
  3. Superhumans

After 40 minutes of running on the treadmill, ab intervals begin. Complete a 2-minute sprint on the treadmill between each ab circuit.

 

Chest & Shoulders Circuit:

  1. Dive Bombers
  2. Dumbbell Bench Press
  3. Chest Flys
  4. Military Press
  5. Lateral Flys
  6. Front Raises
  7. Barrel Flys

 

Saturday: Legs

  1. 1-hour morning run
  2. 1-hour weightlifting – Legs
  3. 30 minutes of martial arts training

 

Legs Circuit:

  1. Single-Leg Squats
  2. Lunges with a Kick
  3. Leg Extensions
  4. Wall Squats
  5. Lunges (single leg, reverse, curtsy)
  6. Skater Lunges
  7. Calf Raises 

 

Martial Arts Circuit: 

  1. Jab-Cross Combinations (25 reps)
  2. Jab-Cross-Roundhouse Kick (25 reps)
  3. Jab-Cross-Roundhouse Kick-Jab-Cross-Hook (20 reps)
  4. Snap-and-Roundhouse Combo (50 kicks)
  5. Roundhouse Kicks (Rapid Fire 50 kicks)
  6. Thai Knee-Abs

 

Sunday: Rest

After crushing 6 days of cardio and strength training, Pink takes Sunday to rest and recover. 

 

Pink’s Diet 

Pink is “sort of vegan” and tries to eat simple, healthy meals with vegan food. She does eat chicken and fish, but she focuses on fresh veggies and fruit.

While she strives to eat clean, Pink isn’t so strict that she won’t indulge when she feels like it (especially when her husband brings her a French Toast breakfast in bed!).

Here is Pink’s diet:  

 

1. Breakfast 

  • Coffee and a superfood smoothie filled with coconut water, avocado, blueberries, and flaxseed oil.
  • She drinks 20 ounces of water when she wakes up, which has some great health benefits.

 

2. Lunch 

  • Grilled Halloumi (semi-hard Greek cheese, made from goat’s milk) and a vegetable salad with cabbage, carrots, pepper, spinach, and onion.
  • Fat-burning lemonade to drink. 

 

3. Dinner 

  • Grilled chicken or salmon with vegetables like steamed cauliflower, broccoli, and couscous.
  • Organic green tea to drink.

 

Supplements 

Pink uses the following supplements to help fuel her gains: 

 

Summary 

As one of music’s most jacked artists, it’s no wonder that Pink’s workout routine and diet plan require dedication, consistency, and willpower.

Pink looks incredible and she seems to have mastered the balance of working out and healthy eating without sacrificing enjoying life’s simple pleasures.

What do you think about Pink’s workout routine and diet? Leave a comment below. 

Hanna has been a fitness fanatic for most of her life. She grew up on the soccer field and volleyball court and credits those sports with her determination, passion for fitness, and leadership off the field. She is currently studying to become a personal trainer and hopes to begin coaching in 2022.

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