What fuels me?: with Verity Long-Droppert, WA softballer
- August 6, 2021
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We recently caught up with WA softballer Verity Long-Droppert as part of our latest social media campaign. Verity has previously represented Australia and Western Australia and currently plays for the Joondalup Jaguars. The What Fuels Me campaign is designed to show that eating well isn’t just the realm of professional athletes. A healthy diet helps us all get the most out of life.
Verity is one of our Healthway ambassadors, and joins West Coast Fever’s Courtney Bruce and Perth Glory’s Liam Reddy as part of the campaign.
Q: What’s your “go-to” meal when you don’t have much time to cook?
Omelette with loads of vegetables.
[Ed: Looking for a recipe? We’ve got this spinach and mushroom omelette that includes a fab trick to getting it really fluffy]
Q: What’s your “go-to” dish when asked to bring a plate?
Hummus with crackers and vegies.
[Ed: What’s that? We’ve got a recipe for that too? Hummus FOUR WAYS! You’re welcome :D]
Q: What do you always order if it’s on the menu?
Q: What’s your “most-used” kitchen utensil?
Q: How do you relax on the weekend?
Take my dog to the beach.
Q: What’s the most interesting sport or activity you’ve done?
European handball or abseiling at the SAS base.
Q: What’s your favourite sport to watch?
Footy and Major League Baseball.
Q: What’s your pre-competition routine?
A big pasta meal before game day and a nice early bed time.
Q: Who’s your best cheerleader?
My whole family and in-laws.
Q: What motivates you to train?
To stay mobile and be the best that I can be!
Thanks Verity! Great to have you on board!