A Q&A with Kate of The Four Percent & New The Daily Scrub Ambassador
The Four Percent. She will be contributing everything from workouts, nutrition & health information regularly to The Daily Scrub!
“Kate is currently a Nike Master Trainer, teaching classes from Nike Training Club, to TRX, to Spinning, to High Intensity Interval Training in the city of Chicago. Formerly a competitive swimmer, she has always valued an active and healthy lifestyle. Although she loves her day job in advertising, Kate’s weekly thrills come from leading often sold-out classes and helping others find their strength and realize their fitness potential. Kate has raced in Half Ironman, Olympic and Sprint distance triathlons and marathons loves nothing more than crossing a challenging finish line. Sweat with Kate at Shred415, or Real Ryder Revolution”
Find our more about Kate:
Who is your beauty icon?
The Olsen Twins – not only are they the epitome of cool, no one can pull off a fresh face like those two. As someone who lives out of a gym bag I don’t have a lot of time or room for a ton of products. I love their minimalist look that always end up looking incredibly chic and polished.
What beauty product do you always carry in your handbag?
Chanel Volume Mascara and Rosebud lip balm. I can’t live without them!
Describe your typical morning beauty routine:
I can’t start my day without a workout, but by the time I’m done I’m usually running late – I have a day job in advertising on top of my fitness hustle. I’ll quickly shower, haphazardly blow my hair dry and throw into a top knot. Tinted moisturizer, pink blush, mascara and lip balm are my week day staples.
Quote you live by:
I’ve lived by this Arnold Bennett quote for several years now, “Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts.” It reminds me to push past my comfort zone and embrace challenges. Challenge is synonymous with change. You always come through a better, stronger, and more able person.
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