The group releases, Sober, from, Tornado. Schlapman:
It’s a great way of saying, first of all, we’re all in beautiful relationships in our lives, and we don’t want to live without that,” she said. “It’s a wonderful way of saying, ‘I’m drunk on your love and I don’t ever want to be without.
Schlapman and Fairchild talk to Shape Magazine about their workout routines while on the road.
We both probably approach it in a similar fashion, but I’d definitely say portion control and eating healthy is key. After shows is probably the hardest to be disciplined. You come off stage and are always really hungry. So that’s when it’s all about making a good choice. I’m not saying I always do, because I don’t (laughing). We also try to keep good sleeping patterns.
Portion control is key for me too. When I want to get more disciplined, I’ll use an app that helps count calories. For me, calories really matter. On the road, almost every day I’ll do 100 squats, or sometimes I might do 50 squats and a bunch of leg lifts. I’ll split them up right before I get in the shower and before I go to bed, or sometimes I’ll do all 100 at once. Whatever I do, I try to get those in.