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Adam Ross is the CEO and co-founder of Heyday, the leading skincare services brand that offers 50-minute personalized facials, progressive products and professional guidance. In 2015, Ross launched the first shop in Manhattan’s NoHo neighborhood, and now Heyday is the fastest-growing skincare services brand in the U.S., with over 10 company-owned and franchise locations across the country.
Coffee or tea? And what do you put in it?
In the morning, two cups of Bulletproof coffee with oat milk. It’s the best way to start the day.
What is your go-to breakfast?
A shake with banana, frozen blueberries, some protein and almond milk. And a slice of toast with almond butter.
Tell us about your workout routine.
I do a combination of weights, cardio and stretching. I work out 6 days per week and usually do a long walk on Sunday, which is technically my day off. Over time I’ve realized, like skincare, more isn’t necessarily better, when it comes to working out.
How many hours do you sleep on a typical night?
7 hours. I’ve been making a conscious effort to sleep more. I use the Oura ring, which I love and really helps me stay on track. I also read Mathew Walker’s Book Why We Sleep, which I found profound. We all know more sleep