Ryan Seacrest hits the ground running each morning. He is a man with multiple projects going on any given day. In May of 2017 he signed on with “Live with Kelly and Ryan” as Kelly Rippa’s co-host and made the move to New York to be on set every morning.
In addition to “Live” Seacrest also has a daily radio show “on Air with Ryan,” produces TV programming including “American Idol” which he also hosts. Hosting the wildly popular “American Idol,” made Ryan Seacrest a household name. He even has his own skin care line called Polished and clothing line, Ryan Seacrest Distinction.
It is critical that Seacrest be on top of current events for “Live” and his radio show, so he catches up with the news from overnight he morning. “In the morning I’ll consume overnight news and watch a bit of television. I take a car every morning so I can read on the way,” he said in a New York Times interview.
Seacrest also manages to find time to devote to the “Ryan Seacrest Foundation” which he created to patients in children’s hospitals around the country an opportunity to explore their creativity within the real of broadcast media.
How does Seacrest keep himself going with so many things on his plate?
Host and producer Seacrest said that keeping a routine and exercise as part of his day is key to managing his schedule. The 43-year-old varies his workouts and recently has taken up boxing with a a coach in addition to working with his trainer. For other cardio he uses a Peleton bike and also loves to run but only outdoors.
A self-professed foodie, Ryan Seacrest eats a mostly vegan diet. He claims he works only to eat well and drink wine. And he does work hard. Seacrest said he has learned to practice meditation to help manage his attention deficit disorder. He has also learned to put down his phone and only take calls and interview requests after the first half of the day.