Ryan Seacrest is one of the most recognized celebrities in Hollywood. Whether he is hosting American Idol on television, or on the radio hosting On Air With Ryan, when you see the face or hear the voice, you know it’s Ryan Seacrest.
Recently, Seacrest disclosed that as a child, he was overweight and was embarrassed by it, and yet still took cookies and nachos behind his mother’s back. Eventually, he shed those pounds and now has confidence to wear all of those talented hats. Health and exercise are now an everyday occurrence for Seacrest. It’s hard work and determination, but in doing so, relieves the stress of holding down all of those TV and radio jobs he is involved with.
Seacrest schedules his workouts as if they were meetings that cannot be canceled. He also has been known to get a few pushup and sit-ups in during a commercial break. Seacrest even at lockers a two hotels in Los Angeles. This allows him for easy access to workouts no matter what end of the city he is in.
To help make exercise fun and interesting, Ryan Seacrest mixes up his routine to include for thing: 1. gym workouts, 2. cardio workouts, 3. yoga, 4. biking. By varying his workouts with these four categories, Seacrest remains motivated and enthusiastic towards exercising.
Seacrest is probably best know for hosting American Idol since 2002. He has stayed with the show ever since its debut. His radio show, On Air With Ryan airs on 130 stations across the country. In 2017, Seacrest began his co-hosting duties on Live With Kelly And Ryan.
Ryan Seacrest keeps busy behind the camera ad microphones as well. The Ryan Seacrest Foundation has establish media centers in 9 pediatric hospitals in the US. These media centers allow patients to explore the aspects of radio, television and new media.