The Summer Olympic Games are here! In celebration of the Rio Games, let’s take a look at some of the best diet and fitness advice ever dispensed by Olympians. You’re sure to find at least one tip to inspire your Phentermine 37.5mg regimen:

April Ross: It’s All About Portion Control

“Portion control is KEY! And if you’re going to indulge, make sure it’s something you really, really want,” says the beach volleyball star.

Mary Whipple: Go Veggie

“I recently was given a vegetarian cookbook and it has been my new hobby to start trying all the recipes,” says Whipple, an Olympic rower. “Eating vegetarian has made a huge difference in the way I feel.” She also emphasizes the importance of breakfast. “Any healthy diet starts with breakfast,” she notes. “Don’t miss it! It stokes your metabolism fire!”

Heather O’Reilly: Write It Down

“If I don’t bring a sheet with my workouts on it, I end up wasting time and not being as efficient,” says O’Reilly, a member of the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team. “For me, the sense of accomplishment when I see that I’ve completed a workout is great.”

Kristi Yamaguchi: Find The Time

Former Olympic figure skater and gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi knows the necessity of scheduling her workouts.

“As a busy mom, I can find 100 different things to do instead of working out,” she says. “If I don’t say, OK on this day, I will work out for at least 20 minutes, it won’t happen.”

Natalie Coughlin: Eat Seasonally

Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin is all about sustainable living.

“Eat seasonally and buy locally,” she says. “I have an organic garden and cook so many of my meals from that. I save my seeds and use them from year to year. And whatever food we don’t consume, we compost.” She stresses a healthy diet as a lifestyle choice as well.

“When I’m asked about diet tips I always say it should be a lifestyle—not a short term fix.”

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