26 Oct Top 10 Fittest Male Athletes in the World
As Athletes, it is not only essential to perform well in sports but also have a healthy lifestyle. Many people look up to various athletes, and thus it is crucial for them to spread a positive message of having a healthy lifestyle. An athlete needs to train for the big game and therefore needs to be discipline in various aspects.
The following are the top 10 fittest male athletes in the world:
Michael is one of the best swimmers in the whole world, and he believes that there is no limit to anything and the bigger you dream, the further you will get. Phelps has a total of 28 medals of which 23 are gold. The swimmer works out for 6 hours a day and swims a minimum of 50 miles a week.
Bolt is the fastest runner on the Earth and has a total of 9 Olympic gold medals. He works out for 90 minutes every day. He focuses on having better leg extensions and hamstring curls. He was the first Olympian to win both the 100m and the 200m races in the world record times.
The soccer player is an inspiration to many people all over the world. Ronaldo is one of the best UEFA players of Europe and a 4-time European Golden Shoe award winner. The footballer’s workout includes a combination of cardio and weight training.
Ibrahimović says that playing football makes him healthy and happy. He is a Swedish player and has excellent striking skills. Zlatan believes in hard work and says “Talent does not make you win, but hard work does.”
James is NBA champion who believes that failure is the key to success. His workout plan includes stretching, yoga, pilates, ball on the court workouts, short sprints, etc.
Mayweather is a true champion and one of the greatest boxers of all time. He loves shadowboxing, and his drill includes sparring, speed & heavy bag, neck workout, pull-ups, dips, jump rope and cardio.
Conor McGregor is another athlete who believes in hard work and says that talent does not exist and you could be anyone you want if you put in the hard work. He is a UFC Lightweight champion and has the biggest pay-per-view draw in MMA.
Roger Federer will go down in history as one of the best Tennis players of all time, and he shows the world what dedication and discipline means.
Messi is the first football player to win four FIFA/Ballons d’Or. His workouts consist of bridges, lunges, skips, stretches, and plyometrics. He focuses on both linear speed and multidirectional exercises.
Schumacher is the fittest Formulate One drivers and was such an inspiration to many people all around the world. He always believed in fighting even when there is only a slight chance. We all hope even after his accident, he is still fighting for his life and will get well soon.