March 5, 2024

The Cavinder couple reveal their health habits in a candid video

The Cavinder twins don’t mess around when it comes to their healthy lifestyle.

In a YouTube video published on Sunday, Haley and Hanna Cavinder – the TikTok stars who were top NIL earners while playing basketball at the University of Miami – gave fans an honest look at their daily regime, including what they eat per day and their exercise routines.

Haley and Hanna start their day with 40 ounces of water and an energy drink from Bucked Up — the company they partnered with to make their own yet-to-be-released energy drink.

For breakfast, the 22-year-old sisters choose “proteins,” called American Dream protein oatmeal with blueberries and nut butter, weighed on a food scale, or an egg white and guacamole sandwich on whole wheat bread.

If they’re out, Haley and Hanna will order a cold black brew and add their own cream at home.

They also use Nut Pods oat cream and drink their daily greens with water.

The siblings, who signed NIL deals with WWE in 2021, said breakfast foods are their favorite to eat during the day.

For an early snack, the Cavinders usually choose from several options: a bowl of Three Wishes cereal; Greek yogurt fruit bowl; English cinnamon raisin muffin with peanut butter or egg white, sausage and syrup (which is their version of McDonald’s McGriddle).

When they’re ready for lunch, it’s usually Greek yogurt ranch dip with chicken on whole wheat bread or a salad.

The Cavinder twins revealed what they eat in a day in a video on TikTok in June 2023.
TikTok/Cavinder twins

As a pre-dinner snack, the University of Miami alumna will have homemade protein ice cream with peanut butter and fruit.

The menu for dinner is usually turkey burger tacos or Farm to Fork meal prep dishes.

Haley and Hanna hit the gym several times a day, which can vary depending on the body they’re aiming for.

Their lift sessions are always separate from their cardio routine.

Haley and Hanna Cavinder in June 2023.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder in June 2023.
Twin Instagram/Cavinder

Haley and Hanna Cavinder in the gym.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder in the gym.
Twin Instagram/Cavinder

The Cavinders’ fitness programs were designed by Kathryne Padgett, a Dallas-based fitness professional given by Yankees legend Alex Rodriguez in the year 2022.

In January, Haley and Hanna sought guidance from Padgett about their relationship with food, which Padgett was described in a video in June as “bad” and “restricted.”

The sisters shared the video on their joint Instagram page, revealing that they were dealing with an eating disorder, anorexia nervosa.

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by extremely low body weight, an intense fear of gaining weight and a distorted view of weight, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Haley and Hanna Cavinder at the F1 Miami Grand Prix in May 2023.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder at the F1 Miami Grand Prix in May 2023.
Twin Instagram/Cavinder

“We want to share our story in hopes of bringing light to those who are fighting in silence,” the sisters wrote on Instagram on June 2, which is World Eating Disorder Action Day.

“Always remember, your struggle is part of your journey.”

Haley and Hanna rose to fame on TikTok during the pandemic, and their social media presence continues to grow.

Haley and Hanna Cavinder during the 2023 March Madness Run in Miami.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder during the 2023 March Madness Run in Miami.
Twin Instagram/Cavinder

The former DI guard drew attention earlier this year when he helped the Hurricanes reach their first Elite Eight in program history before their March Madness run ended at the hands of eventual champion LSU.

The Cavinder twins also made headlines in February when they were involved in the NCAA’s first ruling on NIL infractions, although they were not sanctioned.

If you or someone you love is struggling with an eating disorder, you can get help. Call the National Eating Disorder Association’s helpline at (800) 931-2237 or visit Or call the National Association of Aneurysm Nervosa and Related Disorders helpline at (888) 375-7767 or visit

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