Interview

Everything in balance

Interview with RINGANA sport model Sinah Diepold

Hello Sinah. Tell us, were you always so good at sports?
I’ve done sport all my life. After finishing secondary school I studied sport science and trained as a professional dancer. In New York my training include Ballet Barre fitness. Fantastic exercise for people who work in offices.

What tip would you give people who want to make sport a bigger part of their lives?
Get together with friends, go to outdoor events in your local area, and avoid large, anonymous gyms. Look for a small studio instead, where you’ll get personal attention. Sport is so much more than just a means of burning calories.

»  I want to give my body positive energy with a clear conscience. «

How did you come to modelling?

When I was 14, I started modelling in the photo love stories in Bravo magazine. I’m too short to be a fashion model. But then I discovered that there are also sport models who are booked for their athletic skills. For me, these are yoga and dancing.

What does your eating plan look like?

I don’t believe in diets and bans. You have to be aware of what your body needs. With fresh products and RINGANA’ s superfoods, I can give my body positive energy with a clear conscience.

What are your favourite RINGANA products?

I was recently on a photo shoot in Norway where, for example, I still had to go up the mountain at night. So I often reached for RINGANA SPORT push or RINGANAchi__. Both gave me positive strength, without any drop in performance afterwards. After an exhausting day like that, I also like treating myself to a care pampering programme with RINGANA FRESH COSMETICS.

 

 

» For me, sport and art are the purest forms of communication. «

Your blog is called xploreyourfit: what has your experience of social media been like to date?

I was sceptical at first. I’m not a fan of narcissism and superficial self-presentation. In the meantime, however, I’ve had some very positive experiences. I write honestly from the heart, and I want to inspire people, and be a positive, natural role model – far removed from the craze for slimming and any other extremes. I think more and more users are looking for authentic content. It’s not only about “liking” a picture. We’re living in very crazy times but for me, sport and art are the purest forms of communication because you can’t fake either of them.

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