Emmanuelle Grey Emmy Rossum is an actress and singer-songwriter born on September 12, 1986 in America. She starred her carrier in a string of movies including Songcatcher, An American Rhapsody and Passionada. However, it was her role in Mystic River that garnered her wider recognition.Emmy Rossum wants you to know there’s more to her than the innocent young woman she’s played in movies such as “Phantom of the Opera” and “The Day After Tomorrow.” Read Her workout and diet routine given below:
Emmy Rossum Weight?
120 lbs or 55 kg
Emmy Rossum Height?
5′ 8″ (173 cm)
Emmy Rossum Measurements?
Emmy Rossum Workout:
In her workout routine she practice Bikram yoga. Bikram yoga takes you through 26 postures or asanas and 2 breathing exercises. As Emmy tweeted, the 90-minute classes are practiced in a room heated to 105 degrees Fahrenheit with a humidity of 40%. Because the rooms are so hot, you will sweat quite a bit, getting rid of toxins in the body. Your muscles are warm, which allows you greater flexibility for deeper stretching, and the heat also helps prevents injuries as well as relieve stress and tension.
I take a lot of dance classes. I grew up doing ballet. I love Physique 57. Generally, I take spinning and I try to do things in groups. I don’t like a one-on-one trainer—too much pressure. And I hate push-ups, I hate them with a passion.
In my diet routine I do brown rice, I do potatoes—I love mashed potatoes. I do quinoa. I just need some kind of carbs in my diet. Otherwise, I just feel hungry!
“I like to dance a lot,” the NYC native says. “I was a ballerina when I was younger, so I’m back to ballet a little bit. I was kicked off, so I like to run, swim, hike – as long as I can do something that doesn’t get boring, I’ll do it.”
“Continuing with my new workout kick,” Emmy said from her Twitter account. “105 degrees, 90 minutes of Bikram hell = a really clear mind and a really toned behind. Oh it even rhymes!”
Emmy Rossum Diet:
“I don’t eat wheat only because I’m gluten-intolerant, but otherwise I really try to stay away from things that are overly starchy or deep-fried. Otherwise, life is too short not to eat dessert, not to bread, not to eat rice and potatoes. I think if you exercise and are healthy, those kind of things – they’re not the devil.”
I won’t eat creme brulee right before I walk out onstage, but I’m not obsessive about my diet, either. I just do what I think is right, as long as I’m not allergic to anything. I don’t party, I don’t stay out late. I try to sleep and just be healthy.