This Is What a Barre Teacher Eats for Breakfast

Julia Robinson owns Modern Barre, and is a former Patriots cheerleader.

We don’t need to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In this series, we’re asking some of Boston’s top doctors, fitness pros, and dietitians for a sneak peek into their kitchens, so we can see what’s on their breakfast table.

Julia Robinson

Julia Robinson’s breakfast/photo provided

Julia Robinson

Claim to fame: The former Patriots cheerleader has moved on to a second act in fitness. Now, Robinson is the owner of Modern Barre, which just opened a new location at Boston Landing.

What she ate: Avocado toast and orange juice from Haute Coffee in Concord. The toast is Iggy’s seven grain bread topped with avocado, tomato, olive oil, red wine vinegar, and red pepper flakes.

Why she chose it: This may be Robinson’s primary breakfast, but it isn’t her first. She eats a quick granola bar or piece of fruit before early morning classes, teaches all morning, then has something more substantial. “It is so simple yet light, refreshing, and satisfying, all at the same time,” she says of her avocado toast. “I don’t love eggs and am not a big meat eater, so this breakfast really fills me up until lunch.”

And before you say anything, yes, Robinson knows she could easily make this meal herself. But as we all know, “somehow it always tastes better when someone else makes it.”