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FAQ 2018-05-21T08:44:32+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

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Where are you based? 2018-05-26T06:52:30+00:00

I own a home in Baden, though as much as it’s possible I travel and explore the world.

What does your diet look like? 2018-05-26T06:54:02+00:00

I don’t have a specific diet, and I don’t believe there is one specific diet that fits everybody. I have explored a lot of different types of eating, but in the end the most important thing is to find what works best for you. I currently follow my instinct and just eat what makes my body feel good – sometimes that includes animal products.

I’m a beginner and don’t know where to start. How do I start a fitness routine? 2018-05-26T06:55:14+00:00

You can easily start by taking a class anywhere, or just go on Youtube, Instagram or any Social Media and find some inspiration. Think of what you did when you were young, I bet you went outside playing with your friends. That’s the key just go and explore.

What does your fitness routine look like & how often do you practice and for how long? 2018-05-26T06:57:21+00:00

Variation is Key. I currently go wherever whenever and just start moving. Sometimes I move for only 30 minutes, and sometimes hours go by. The only thing that is for sure is that I do it every single day. Consistency and dedication to my movements is essential. I usually warm up my body with stretching and some yoga and then it just comes to my mind what’s next. A lot of my practice is based around strength, arm balances, mobility and animal locomotive movements.

Did you do gymnastics or any other form of fitness before and for how long have you been doing movements? 2018-05-26T06:59:39+00:00

From a young age on I was obsessed with movements of any variation. I practiced soccer, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, gymnastics, athletics… but everything I did was just for a short period of time, because at one point I got bored and moved on. At the age of 16, I switched to a winter sports school in Schladming which was 2 1/2 hours away from home. After the first year I made it into the Austrian snowboard team and my carrier as a professional started. And that meant travelling and competing all around the world. Already two years later I won the Overall World Cup in Slopestyle and BigAir which was my first big success.

I acquired a lot of experience in different areas of training, so I know my body very well and I am very thankful for that.

Movements in general I started after my first injuries in 2014, I constantly worked at my body and explored as much as I could until this day.