English singer-songwriter Craig David arrived at the Java Jazz Festival’s press conference looking casual in sneakers, jeans and a personalized black t-shirt that read: #EatCleanTrainDirty.
“I was a very overweight child growing up,” he said, opening up about his painful childhood.
“But you must have any fear that you’re trying to overcome at some point. And I got to change that mentality.”
Since about three years ago, David dedicated himself to healthy living. He has the #EatCleanTrainDirty hashtag on his Twitter account and started a Facebook group under the same name.
He wrote on the page: “As a musician music is what drives me everyday, but without the mental & physical health none of it would be possible.”
“[Training] gives me a clear peace of mind. … When you’re eating bad, you feel lethargic. If you feel that way, how are you going to produce the best results?” he said.
Now that he’s in a better shape than he was previously, David, 31, is ready like he was indeed born to do it.
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