Lacey Asher: Car Racer, Model and Taekwondo black belt reveals her Secret to Success
Race car driver, model, businesswoman and Taekwondo black belt was first runner up in the Maxim Cover Girl competition. She is second-degree junior Olympic medalist and Founder & Owner of www.L2Fit.com. She is passionate about car racing.
She has a Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) competition license. She is also an expert in combat sports, holding a second-degree black belt in Taekwondo, and is also active in boxing, skydiving, target practice, and go karts. Her mantra of life is “Be happy and spread happiness is my mantra.”
She is also a successful businesswoman. Last few years she has been expanding her professional abilities, including working as a computer interface analyst. On giving back to society she has raised money for Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Lacey Asher an exceptionally talented Car Racer, glamour model and Taekwondo black belt competitor, here she talks about her fitness routine, her diet, and her beauty secrets.
You have the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) competition license and started car racing in different formats like Track, Karting, & Rallies in 2016. This propelled your racing career to the height where you have been the leading women car racer in the US. In 2018 you participated in Gold Rush Rally, 10 Days Boston to Vegas. Tell us something about this incredible professional journey in your career in car racing?
“I have had an impressive professional journey in the car racing industry.” I started with different formats like track, karting, and rallies, obtained a competition license from SCCA 2018, which is a prestigious organization in the US.
My participation in the Gold Rush Rally, a 10-day race from Boston to Vegas, was a testament to my skills and determination as a race car driver. Being the leading female car racer in the US was a significant achievement that showcases my passion and dedication to the sport. Overall, my journey in car racing is inspiring and demonstrates that with hard work and commitment, one can achieve great things in their chosen field.
Over the past decade, you have been expanding your professional abilities, including working as a computer interface analyst. Elaborate more on this endeavor of yours?
A computer interface analyst is a professional who specializes in designing and analyzing computer interfaces, which are the ways that humans interact with computer systems. This can include things like user interfaces for software applications, website design, and the design of physical computer hardware like keyboards and touchscreens.
The role of a computer interface analyst involves conducting research to understand user needs and behaviors, designing and testing interface prototypes, and collaborating with software developers, designers, and other stakeholders to ensure that the interface is intuitive and easy to use.
To work as a computer interface analyst, one typically needs a strong background in computer science, human-computer interaction, or a related field. They also need strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as excellent communication and collaboration abilities to work effectively with cross-functional teams.
You are a world-leading car racer, model, businesswoman, taekwondo black belt, computer interface analyst and brand ambassador. How do you manage such a remarkable multi-dimensional lifestyle?
Managing a multi-dimensional lifestyle requires effective time management, prioritization, delegation, and a strong support system. It also involves setting clear goals, maintaining a healthy work-life balance, and continuously learning and adapting to new challenges.
One approach could be to prioritize tasks and activities based on their importance and urgency, and delegate or outsource some tasks to free up time for other activities. It is also important to take breaks and practice self-care to prevent burnout and maintain mental and physical health. Additionally, having a strong support network of friends, family, colleagues, and mentors can provide emotional support and guidance to help manage a multi-dimensional lifestyle.
What exercises comprise your fitness regime or workout routine you may wish to share?
I suggest exercises that can be a part of a well-rounded fitness routine such as cardio exercises like running, cycling, or swimming, strength training exercises like weightlifting, bodyweight exercises like push-ups, squats, and lunges, and flexibility exercises like yoga or stretching. It is important to also prioritize hydration by drinking electrolytes before, during, and after your workout.
My top favorite is yoga. I lived in the jungle in Costa Rica for 22 days to achieve my yoga teacher training certificate, 2023. The experience was absolutely breathtaking. I lived with four other women and together, we supported each other not just through our classes, but also through the challenges of our surroundings. The experience transformed me spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally as a woman.
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