How Ryan Seacrest Juggles His Responsibilities

Ryan Seacrest has many things to do during the course of the workweek. The famous host of American Idol is also a well-known nationally syndicated radio host. His show called On Air with Ryan Seacrest is broadcast across many different radio stations in America.

Recently, Mr. Seacrest relocated to live in New York City. The move came because Seacrest is now co-hosting a popular morning show now called Live with Kelly and Ryan. Ryan Seacrest also helps produce famous reality TV shows such as Keeping Up With The Kardashians and American Idol, which he also hosts.

That is not all that Seacrest is doing. Besides radio, live TV and production, Seacrest is a businessman in his own right. He also operates his own skincare and fashion line.

With so much to do and so little time to do it, how does Ryan Seacrest get through the day? He recently did an interview with the NY Times to discuss his daily regimen and secrets. Below are some takeaways from his interview with the New York Times.

Seacrest says that staying fit and exercising has been a critical part of his life for decades. It keeps him healthy, banishes stress and helps him get through a tough schedule that can often be hectic. Ryan says that he works with a personal trainer and even brings him along when he travels for extended periods of time. His exercise routine is that important to him.

The tv host also revealed that he also recently took up boxing as a form of exercise and likes to use Peloton bikes. A Peloton bike is an exercise bike that has a live instructor and leaderboard on the display screen. This helps you get a nice workout. Seacrest also likes to jog in Central Park when he can.

Mr. Seacrest also revealed a very insightful point in his life. He says he has attention deficit disorder. To help him combat this, Seacrest says he locks his phone in a safe when goes on a trip. He also tries to ignore unimportant phone calls and emails until the midday. This helps him focus on the here and now and what needs to be accomplished in the present moment. Seacrest (@ryanseacrest) says its tough, but he has become happier and more productive since taking this approach.