Bianca Andrade is an Instagram influencer, entrepreneur, and YouTuber who is known for her diverse content and posts.

Fans adore Bianca Andrade’s fitness, which she maintains through interviews, podcasts, and various content videos. So, if you’re interested in learning more about Bianca Andrade’s workout and diet plan, keep reading.

Bianca Andrade: Height and Weight

Height 5 ft 4 inch
Weight 55 kg
Age  27 years
Breast  34 inch
Waist 24-25 inch
Hips  35 inch

Diet of Bianca Andrade

I discovered that Bianca Andrade is a vegan in this article. Her roommate was a strict vegetarian, which influenced her, and Bianca Andrade took it a step further by foregoing milk and eggs.

Bianca Andrade, on the other hand, does not consider herself a vegan because she does not enjoy living a vegan lifestyle.

The following foods are part of Bianca Andrade’s diet:

Breakfast

  • Healthy smoothie (oats, almond milk, vegan protein powder, banana, strawberries, raspberries, etc.)

Snack

  • Nuts or seeds

Lunch

  • Stir-fried veggies
  • Rice

Evening snack

  • Salad

Dinner

  • Wholegrain pasta or Tofu steak with brown rice

Workout Routine of Bianca Andrade

Bianca Andrade is a YouTuber who is extremely healthy and fit. Fans will undoubtedly want to know if they can achieve her body physique because she is stunning.

So, if you’re curious about how she stays fit and healthy, as well as what her secret to a toned and lean body is, keep reading. I looked into her workouts, which wasn’t easy because I had to translate a lot of pages, and I spent a long time watching her YouTube videos without understanding anything.

Yes, it was a pain; however, I was able to locate a video from her YouTube channel in which she demonstrated her morning routine.

Bianca Andrade began her morning routine with some morning meditation. Following that, Bianca Andrade went to do some resistance and bodyweight exercises.

She cut it way too short, so hopefully it was a full-body workout. Now, I’ve seen a lot of other posts and articles. There have been a couple of posts about her doing yoga, but nothing about going to the gym.

So, I’d say Bianca Andrade focuses solely on doing resistance training at home and staying in shape as a result. Is it sufficient?

Yes, it’s because of her diet, which we’ll get into later when we discuss her diet, as it plays a big part in why she’s so healthy.

For the time being, let’s concentrate on five days of workouts, each of which will consist of three circuits of training. I’m not going to do a full-body workout every day. Rather, we’ll break it up into a proper workout.

The following is a list of Bianca Andrade’s workout:

Yoga

To get our bodies up and running in the morning, we’ll start with 15-30 minutes of full-body yoga stretches. It will assist us in gaining flexibility as well as waking up our bodies. If you’re not sure which workout to do, watch this quick yoga stretching workout video.

Routine for the Circuit

As previously stated, we would do a five-day circuit routine consisting solely of resistance and bodyweight exercises. Instead of doing a full-body workout every day, I recommend doing three lower-body workouts and two upper-body workouts per week, with a core workout every day.

So, each day, this routine will consist of three circuits, each of which must be completed three times before moving on to the next.

Circuit: 3

Exercise in each circuit: 4

Reps: 15-20

Rest time after the circuit: 80 to 120 seconds

Monday

1st

  • Resistance squats
  • Squats jumps
  • Banded crab walks
  • Squat pulse

2nd

  • Lunges
  • Calf raises
  • Banded leg lifts
  • Banded fire hydrant

3rd

  • Crunches
  • Leg raises
  • Russian twist
  • Plank hold

Tuesday

1st

  • Push-ups
  • Banded push-ups
  • Banded chest press
  • Banded chest flyes

2nd

  • Wide grip push-ups
  • Resistance back flyes
  • Banded rows
  • Resistance deadlifts

3rd

  • Plank in and out crunches
  • Hanging leg raises
  • Resistance wood chops
  • Side plank to a crunch

Wednesday

1st

  • Banded squat walks
  • Explosive squats
  • Stability squats
  • Squat pulse

2nd

  • Sumo squats
  • Curtsy lunge
  • Resistance stiff-leg deadlift
  • Banded single-leg pushdowns

3rd

  • Incline crunches
  • Leg lifts up
  • Scissor kicks
  • Resistance plank reach

Thursday

1st

  • Banded shoulder press
  • Banded lateral raises
  • Banded front raise
  • Banded upright rows

2nd

  • Banded biceps curls
  • Resistance hammer curls
  • Resistance triceps pushdown
  • Triceps dips

3rd

  • Reverse crunches
  • Bicycle crunches
  • Plank twister
  • Plank to toe touch

Friday

1st

  • Deep squats
  • Explosive squats
  • Reverse lunges
  • Banded donkey kickbacks

2nd

  • Resistance Hip thruster
  • Banded Hip abduction
  • Glutes banded side kickbacks
  • Glutes banded kickbacks

3rd

  • Toe touch crunches
  • Hanging leg raises
  • Side plank
  • Stability plank