Ruby O Fee’s Workout Routine and Diet: Ruby O. Fee is an actress who has appeared in films and television shows such as The Invisibles, Secret of the Midwife, Zazy, Polar, Army Of Thieves, and others.

Apart from that, Ruby is well-known for her fitness and unquestionably has one of the best bikini bodies. So, if you’re looking for the Ruby O Fee workout routine and diet plan, keep reading.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Measurements

Height 5 ft 6 inch
Weight 54 kg
Age 25 years
Breast 34 inch
Waist 25 inch
Hips 34 inch

Ruby O Fee: Diet Plan

Ruby stated in that article that she enjoys eating healthily and tries to eat healthily at least three to four days a week. Even if Ruby eats healthy three to four days a week, I don’t believe she eats unhealthy foods on the other days.

So, I recommend that you eat healthy six days a week, eat whatever you want once a week, and treat yourself once a week. Also, after looking at Ruby’s Instagram, I discovered that she enjoys fruits a lot, and that they are an important part of her diet. So, let’s take a look at a routine that you can use to get a body like Ruby’s.

The Ruby O Fee diet consists of the following foods:

Breakfast

  • Oatmeal blueberries pancake
  • Egg white omelet

Snack

  • Fruit salad

Lunch

  • Chicken breast
  • Brown rice
  • Veggies

Evening Snack

  • Salad

Dinner

  • Whole Grain pasta or salmon salad

Ruby O Fee: Workout Routine

Ruby is one of the most attractive actresses, and I’m sure we can all agree that having an adorable and fit body shape is one of the reasons. Ruby ensures that she gets enough exercise and sticks to her workout routines in order to keep her body in shape. Now the question is, what does Ruby like to do to stay in shape? Also, how often and for how long does she exercise her body?

Don’t worry; I’ll figure out the majority of the details and explain everything to you. We can see Ruby’s statements about her workout habits in this article/interview from the Gala.De website. Ruby stated that she is not one of those people who engages in unusual workouts in order to stay in shape. Instead, Ruby enjoys going to the gym and doing basic strength and weight training.

She works out for a while and then returns home, but I noticed on her Instagram that she was also into Pilates. Ruby shared this photo on her Instagram account, as you can see. So maybe Ruby still goes to Pilates classes; in any case, I think it’s a great way to keep your body lean and relaxed. Let’s turn this into a routine now, shall we?

To get a body like Ruby’s, we’ll need to work out four to five days a week and combine weight training with Pilates classes or Pilates movements. I’d be giving all of Ruby’s routines by myself because there are no details about any activities or specific exercises she’d do. We’ll do the same exercises as Ruby, but I’ll make the exercises.

The Ruby O Fee workout consists of the following:

Pilates

Ruby was working out at the Pilates studio, as we saw in that post. So, at least four to five days a week, you can squeeze in an hour of Pilates class. It’s even better if you can do it on a regular basis because it stretches and relaxes your muscles while toning and increasing flexibility.

Pilates is the best workout you could ask for if you want a well-built butt and a slim waistline. That’s why Pilates is a part of almost every model’s, actress’s, K-pop idol’s, and other celebrities’ weekly routines. Pilates also burns a lot of calories and helps you lose weight.

Weight Training

This routine will consist of five days of workout training, but I will provide you with a circuit routine that you must follow. So, even though you’ll be doing a lot of weight training, your muscles will stay lean and toned and won’t get bulky.

Training method: Lightweight training

Circuit: 3

Exercise in each circuit: 4

Reps: 15-20

Sets of each exercise: 3

Rest time after the circuit: 80 to 120 seconds

Monday

1st

  • Weighted squats
  • Barbell squats
  • Banded crab walks
  • Leg press

2nd

  • Leg extension
  • Lunges
  • Calf raises
  • Seated calf raises

3rd

  • Crunches
  • Leg raises
  • Russian twist
  • Plank hold

Tuesday

1st

  • Push-ups
  • Chest press
  • Dumbbell press
  • Dumbbell flyes

2nd

  • Wide grip lat pulldowns
  • Cable rows
  • Dumbbell rows
  • Dumbbell deadlifts

3rd

  • Ball plank in and out crunches
  • Hanging leg raises
  • Cable wood chops
  • Side plank to a crunch

Wednesday

1st

  • Banded squat walks
  • Dumbbell explosive squats
  • Stability squats
  • Leg curls

2nd

  • Dumbbell sumo squats
  • Curtsy lunge
  • Stiff-leg deadlift
  • Single leg pushdowns

3rd

  • Incline weighted crunches
  • Leg lifts up
  • Scissor kicks
  • Plank reach

Thursday

1st

  • Shoulder press
  • Lateral raises
  • Front raise
  • Shrugs

2nd

  • Biceps curls
  • Barbell curls
  • Triceps pushdown
  • Triceps kickbacks

3rd

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

Friday

1st

  • Deep smith machine squats
  • Hack squats
  • Reverse lunges
  • Bulgarian squats

2nd

  • Hip thruster
  • Hip abduction
  • Glutes hyperextension
  • Glutes cable kickbacks

3rd

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