Jan 05, 2017 05:19 AM EST
Karlie Kloss Exercises Between Modeling And University Studies
How does Karlie Kloss keep up with her active lifestyle, hectic work or modeling schedule and still find time to study? It appears the popular Victoria's Secret Model is keen on making herself fit enough to achieve her goals.
Karlie Kloss did admit that finding the time to squeeze in some exercise can be challenging but she motivates herself by making sure her physical work is fun and exciting. Kloss is currently the new Adidas Women's Training global ambassador and has recently featured her Adidas exercise challenge.
This active 24 year old makes sure that she is able to find time to do all three - modeling, studying and exercising. In September 2015, Kloss enrolled in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study of New York University and has been attending to her classes diligently, as reported by AM New York.
The famous model explained that she found scheduling her activities quite challenging especially when it comes to work and classes. But she needs her work out to keep in sync, as reported by Fashion.ie.
Karlie Kloss' tip for those who are experiencing the same? Kloss said she finds inspiration for her workouts by recognizing small victories for every work out session. Whether it is a big or small breakthrough, she does what she can in order to motivate herself.
It looks like everything Karlie Kloss does is focused on challenging herself in new and different ways. She tells Glamour that she wants to do it all. She further explained that she is still 24 years old which means that her career is just beginning. For now, she has not picked a major just yet at Gallatin but maybe her "Kode with Karlie" program which inspires girls to get involved with STEM is just a start for a computer science degree or something related to it.
Will Karlie Kloss' major be related to her work or her passion for "koding"?
Check out Kloss' video below talking about computer science:
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