Danica Patrick knows about the power of keeping the body limber and loose, especially when it comes to having a morning routine.
Patrick displays some of her yoga skills in a post on Instagram. She understands the mind-body-spirit connection at a deep level and shows off what she’s able to do on the yoga mat.
It’s something a lot of people have been finding solace in doing while they are quarantined because of COVID-19 restrictions. Danica Patrick remains a name in the sports world from her time in auto racing.
Take a look at Patrick enjoying some morning ritual time and sharing it with the world.
A lot of her focus, though, is on her wine brand “Somnium,” which translates into “dream” from Latin. Patrick also has been firing up her “Pretty Intense” podcast since launching it in 2019. Among the guests she’s had on the podcast include Matthew McConaughey, Alex Rodriguez, and Howie Mandel.
Danica Patrick Reveals Top Matthew McConaughey Films
As mentioned, one of her recent guests on her “Pretty Intense” podcast was McConaughey. The Texas-born actor has been making the rounds on podcasts, talk shows, and other interviews related to his book “Green Lights.”
Yet Danica Patrick admits that she is a fan of his on-screen work. In fact, she broke down what would be her top three films of the man who made the phrase “Alright, Alright, Alright” a worldwide sensation.
She lists “Contact,” “Lucy,” and “Interstellar” as the tops of her McConaughey favorites.
McConaughey told Patrick that he wants all of his roles to point people toward asking bigger questions. He’s more inclined to direct them in a philosophical game within their minds and hearts. The actor admits those movies are science fiction based, yet there’s something behind their creativity.
“I’ve always believed that science is the practical pursuit of God,” McConaughey says to Patrick. “Personal beliefs and stories that I thought I should be shared.”
Patrick is always looking to have deep, meaningful conversations while also fun, too, on her podcast. Having McConaughey and others bring different perspectives to her and her audience. This is what makes “Pretty Intense” a podcast worth listening to.
It also gives Danica Patrick a new, fresh platform to present herself in a new way, one that continues to put distance between her and the auto racing career she pursued with a vengeance.