Speaking to Morning Chalk Up back in May as she prepared for the Mid-Atlantic CrossFit Challenge, Adams told the outlet she'd been on a “super consistent strength cycle” that has helped her perform front squat triples for 10 sets at loads she used to do just one set. The CrossFit athlete also talked sleep and nutrition, revealing she wakes up at 7:30 a.m. and gets straight to work.
After a frugal breakfast consisting of one piece of toast with banana and honey, Adams heads to the gym for her first of two three-hour daily training sessions. The bodybuilder saves her most consistent meals for the end of the day, with dinner usually being a big bowl of salad, a big bowl of rice with chicken, and a couple of potatoes, followed by plenty of before-bed snacks.
"I’m a night eater," she says.
By 9:30 pm, she's ready to turn in, with Adams confessing that WHOOP has helped her regulate her sleep cycle since late 20202 when she first started using it.
Sharing a glimpse of her typical Thursday nights, the athlete wrote on Instagram at the time: "Swim, sauna, bike & a whole pack of rice cakes after dinner." Attached to her post was a bathroom selfie that showed off her killer abs.
See it below.