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Kathy Ambush : Net Worth, Workout and Diet Plan

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Kathy Ambush is an American volunteer who has led a simple life. The only reason Kathy’s story may be the subject of mainstream media may be when someone is outlining her ex-husband, Clarence Thomas. Despite her ex-husband being one of the United States’ most distinguished lawyers, jurists, and Supreme Court judges, the details of her life and occupation are a mystery to many.

Nutshell About Kathy Ambush.

Full nameKathy Grace Ambush Alias Kathy Ambush
GenderFemale
Date of birth6th June 1950
Age72 years old (as of 2022)
Zodiac signGemini
Place of birthWorcester, Massachusetts, USA
Current residenceRichmond, Virginia, USA
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityAfrican-American
ReligionChristianity
Sexual orientationStraight
Height in feet5’5″
Height in centimetres165
Hair colourBlack
Eye colourDark Brown
Body measurements32- 36-43
Shoe size5.5 (US)
Marital statusMarried
SpouseDouglas Allen Smith
Children1
Ex-husbandClarence Thomas
MotherShigao Gladys Sato
FatherNelson William Ambush
Siblings6
SchoolMarian Central Catholic
High School UniversityLincoln University
OccupationVolunteer worker and Global Internet entrepreneur
Net worth (approx.)$200,000

Kathy  was born on June 6, 1950. She is a native of Worcester, Massachusetts, United States (US). Her father is Nelson Ambush, a professional dental technician, and her mother is Shigao Gladys Sato. She has four siblings (Benjamin Ambusch, Reverend Stephen Ambush, June Ambush, and Karen Thande). Shigao died in 1984, and Nelson remarried Mary Estelle, with whom he gave birth to two children, Sidney Schuyler and Valerie Wilson. So Kathy has two half-siblings and four biological siblings.

She was enrolled in Marion Central Catholic High School. She later attended the women’s college in Worcester to study her higher education. After that, she studied for his degree in Business Administration at Lincoln University.

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Kathy Ambush Workout Plan.

As far as exercise is concerned, Kathy  is quite active. She states that “I workout about 4 times a week & have been doing live Instagram workouts on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Instagram during quarantine”. She also follows other women who teach workouts on Instagram. “Earlier, I was doing F45 and belly dancing a few times a week, which I miss a lot!” she said.

Kathy Ambush Diet Plan.

Kathy believes that age should not determine what a person should be. So after pictures of her sports illustrated photoshoot went viral, many people asked her for advice about diet, workouts and skincare. “I’m not a dietitian,” she said. “I was pre-diabetic & about four years ago I changed the way I ate. Her current diet doesn’t include meat and includes fish only twice a week.

For breakfast, she often enjoys vegetarian protein smoothies with berries and vegetarian sausages. Alternatively, she would cook the eggs with tomatoes and cheese.

She also eats a lot of salads with a variety of cheese and beans for protein. Kathy avoids sugar but she’s “addicted” in Halily’s sugar-free chocolate chips and peanut butter cups.

She also eats bread, pasta, rice and white potatoes only once a week. But she likes sweet potatoes. “I eat a lot of almond flour crackers. I also make ugly almond flour muffins that are sweetened with stevia or sugar substitutes”.

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