We look at some of the world’s top athletes – how they train and what they eat.

Tyson Gay’s Training and Diet

Tyson follows a standard sprinter training schedule. Off season he concentrates on weight training to build muscle and functional strength. Free weights and plyometrics play a large role in this. Weight training will be split into two sessions, upper and lower body.

Yohan Blake’s Banana Diet

Yohan Blake
Yohan Blake – Was Faster Than Usain Bolt in 2012 – His Bio and Diet Yohan Blake is a 22 year-old Jamaican sprinter. He has beaten Usain Bolt twice in a week, first over 100m and then in the 200m at the…

Sally Gunnell Speaks to Aviva and Gives Some Training Tips

Sally Gunnell was one of Britain’s finest 400m hurdlers who was inspired by the great Ed Moses. She spoke to Aviva recently about her passion for athletics and also gave some good tips for new athletes. Her diet is not perfect these days, she is a great fan of pancakes and admits that she enjoys junk food when she can get it.

Seth Wescott’s Snowboarding Training

Seth Wescott
The 2010 Winter Olympics are underway in Canada at the moment, and there is some pretty exciting action coming from the snowy slopes of Cypress Mountain. Seth Wescott has won his second Snowboarding gold medal. He is now 34 years…

Klitschko Style Boxing Workout

Wladimir Klitschko
Following a simplified boxers workout is a great way to lose weight and get fit. The worlds top boxers are ranked amongst the fittest and most well conditioned athletes. The demands in the boxing ring mean that a boxer has to be…

Cristiano Ronaldo Soccer Workout and Diet

Christiano Ronaldo is one of the fittest looking, ripped and toned soccer players around. He actually has better muscle definition than David Beckham. He is obviously not an average player. So, how does Christiano Ronaldo workout to get such a…