Q What is your secret to looking fabulous?
A Exercising and eating healthy.
Q Has there ever been a time when you were not fit and fab?
A Yes, after I gave birth to my daughter four years ago, I did not shed weight quickly and I still looked pregnant for six months after that.
Q What is your diet like?
A Low carb, gluten-free, high protein and good fats work best for me.
Q How do you maintain a healthy work-life balance?
A Reading a good book, spending time with my daughter, yin yoga and massages. I plan everything in advance and I stick to it.
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Q What are the three most important things in your life?
A Family, the gym and a positive mindset.
Q What's your favourite and least favourite part of your body?
A My favourite part are my glutes and my least favourite and most challenging is my abdominal area.
Ms Sokolovitch is the founder of FitnessFest,
a two-day event featuring mass workouts that was held in Singapore over the weekend.
The Singaporean married Frenchman Alex Sokolovitch, 38, a business director, and took his last name. They have a four-year-old daughter.
Like her, her husband and sister enjoy an active lifestyle and all three take part in fitness activities together.
Q What are your must-dos before and after a workout?
A Before a workout, I have a protein shake. After a workout, I'll have a protein shake and glucosamine supplements.
Q How important is it for you to keep up with your fitness routine?
A Super important. When I do not exercise, I do not feel good.
Q How has your active lifestyle influenced your family and friends?
A Fitness is an integral part of living healthier, longer and happier lives.
I'm always cajoling my friends and family to work out with me. In fact, I organised FitnessFest 2017 to share my passion for fitness with the masses.
Q How extensive is your collection of sports-related paraphernalia?
A My wardrobe is 80 per cent active wear. They are so comfy.
I also have bands, blocks and foam rollers. My favourite is the gym ball, great for doing core exercises while watching television.
Q Would you go for plastic surgery?
A If it's reconstructive surgery because of an accident, it's okay. A subtle nip and tuck in the future is okay too.
Q Do you think you're sexy?