We try to keep up with meat-free jiu-jitsu and MMA fighter, Kron Gracie.
Behind the elegance of professional ballet dancer Theresa Farrell, there is an athlete to the core.
Rapper Riff Raff is still gaining weight and feeling great.
In this episode of FUEL, we follow undefeated professional boxer Jessie Vargas as he prepares for a career-defining fight against Timothy Bradley, Jr. The goal? Not a pound over 147.
We reach new heights and learn about the diet of professional rock climber Alex Honnold, whose jaw-dropping, free-solo climbs have cemented him as one of the most revered climbers in the world.
In addition to being one of the most prominent figures in New York hardcore, John Joseph trains hard—without consuming any meat or dairy.
Through years of training as an ultra runner, Timothy Olson has taught his body to become “fat-adapted,” using fat from animals and plants to fuel him through feats that seems superhuman.
We follow Riff Raff on his quest to become 240 pounds of pure muscle, as he plows through seafood, sips on giant frappuccinos, and “slangs slices” of pizza to his fans.
In this episode of FUEL, we follow weightlifting champion Morghan King during her six-day-a-week routine of consuming clean proteins and vegetables to ensure her competitive status at the 2015 World Championships and beyond.
We follow Randy Santel—world-class professional eater and owner of foodchallenges.com—on his month-long European tour where he takes on a new food challenge everyday.
We asked this strongman with a heart of gold to take a peek into your YouTube comments, from the funny to the downright mean. And despite his good nature, he won’t hold back.
Snowboarding gold medalist Ross Rebagliati whisks us around Whistler, BC, showing us how he’s fully embraced and integrated cannabis into his life and diet.
In this episode of FUEL, we follow international pro bodybuilder Rene Campbell as she prepares her signature high-calorie meal plan and shows her male training partners how it’s done at the gym.
In an average day, professional strongman Robert “Obie” Oberst consumes up to 20,000 calories to power himself through hours of punishing training. He shows us what fuels his intense lifestyle, from the gym to the kitchen.
Wrestlers like world sumo champion Byamba pack in thousands of calories every day in order to stay on top of their game, and they do it with the help of a delicious, nutrient-dense stew known as chankonabe.