Known as the founder of Activewear Lorna Jane Clarkson is the brains and heart behind one of the world’s leading Activewear brands, Lorna Jane. The brands Active Living philosophy is based on Lorna’s personal approach to life, her methods are simple – MOVE your body every day, NOURISH with wholesome foods and BELIEVE in yourself and that anything is possible.
Here is a sneak peak into the fuel behind Lorna’s busy schedule!
5:00am –Wake Up
I have my ‘Wake up smoothie’ before hitting the gym.
- 1 shot of espresso that has been in the fridge overnight
- ½ a banana
- 1 scoop of chocolate Protein powder (I like The Beauty Chef or Happy Way)
- Coconut water or filtered water (cold)
- 1 glass of ice (make a couple of trays if you are in a hotel and store them in a glass in the freezer section of the fridge or call room service)
- 1 sachet of collagen powder (ProPlenish is my favourite)
Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend for 30-40 seconds.
- Water to ice ratio is entirely up to you – Bill likes his super icey so he can eat it with a spoon and I like mine at milk shake consistency
- For those of you who are not so much ‘Morning People’ you can add another shot of espresso for more of a caffeine hit!
- Do not put hot coffee in your blender…it explodes!
- Make sure that everyone is awake in the room before you turn the blender on and wake them up in the worst possible way!
6:00am – Exercise
I love mixing it up between yoga, strength training, a hike or a hitt workout
7:30am – Breakfast
After working out, my go-to breakfast is either a bowl of oats, smashed avo on toast with pink Himalayan sea salt or a homemade vegetable frittata.
12:00pm – Lunch
I love a big leafy salad with some form of lean protein like chicken or turkey.
3:00pm – Snacks
I always keep a stash of healthy snacks in my handbag or at my desk to nibble on whenever I get hungry. My go-tos are raw nuts, fresh fruit and protein powder.
6.30pm – Dinner
I try to have dinner early so I'm not digesting food when I go to bed. At the moment I am loving my take on healthy fish and chips - which is grilled salmon, homemade sweet potato chips and a green side salad.
- 2 x fillets white fish (medium size)
- 3 tablespoons almond meal
- 1 tablespoon sesame seeds
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
Sweet Potato Wedges:
- 1 medium sized kumura
- 1/2 tablespoon cajun seasoning
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
Preheat the oven to 180C.
- For the chips, cut the kumura up into small wedge sizes.
- Place all ingredients into a bowl and mix so everything is evenly coated.
- Place onto a lined oven tray and into the oven for 20 minutes or until cooked.
- While the potato is cooking, prepare the fish.
- For the fish, mix together the dry ingredients. Dip the fish in your crumb to get a nice even coat.
- Place the fish on a lined baking tray and into the oven for 15 minutes, or until the fish is cooked.
Serve with fresh lemon, your preferred sauce and a side salad!
7.30pm – Treats!
I have a huge sweet tooth and will usually have something sweet every night, I find a few squares of good quality dark chocolate does the trick!