Ellie Goulding create a healthier version

Here are five ways Goulding learned to create a healthier version of the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle.
1. Vary your workout
“When I was 18, I woke up one day and decided to go running — like Forrest Gump,” laughs Goulding. Today, she’s so well known for it that the paparazzi have started snapping her while she jogs in London. But Goulding says she’s moved on to other areas too. “I mix it up a lot. I do boxing, yoga, gymnastics and a lot of intense cardio workouts, too.”

2. And mix up your music, too
Dance music is the preferred soundtrack to most workouts, but Goulding recommends broadening your horizons. “Recently I’ve been putting on music that has more of an epic, orchestral feel to it, like [film composer] Hans Zimmer. You can pretend that you’re running away from the apocalypse!”

3. Don’t let your mind veg out
Catching up with Girls or reading the latest issue of Us Weekly while on the treadmill is no good. Keep your thoughts on the task at hand. “People I know say they think about song ideas when they run but I never do,” the singer says. “I focus on what I’m doing.”

4. But do try turning vegetarian
Goulding is enthusiastic about giving up meat and fish. “You won’t be able to explain why but you’ll feel a lot better,” she chirps. “People say to me that my skin has changed, my face has changed shape. I have more energy and feel like a much happier person.”

5. Remember: Snacks and carbs aren’t the enemy
“I’m just eating some popcorn right now — it’s a healthier option.” For Goulding, the phobia of carbohydrates need not be so intense. “They’re good for working out. Just as long as you do remember to actually work out!”

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