English professional cricketer Freddie Flintoff, originally Andrew Flintoff, was born on December 6, 1977. He is known for being a representative for the Lancashire County Cricket Club. In 1996, he became the captain of the England Under-19 team during the “Test” match tour which was held in Pakistan. He experienced series of cricket competitions including the 2000 Quarter-finals Natwest Trophy against Surrey. After his retirement to the sport, he entered the world of broadcasting and eventually became the team captain on the TV sports show “A League of Their Own” alongside Jamie Redknapp. He also participated on the Discovery UK in 2011, featuring the documentary “Alone in the Wild”. In 2012, he was known to be training to become a professional heavyweight boxer.
Freddie trains three times a week under the guidance of his fitness coach Shane McGuigan who is a professional boxer. According to Shane, Freddie usually does strength training, circuit training, pad-work, and sparring.
When it comes to diet, Freddie is known to be practicing a diet called Paleo or Caveman Diet. In addition, he gets rid of foods loaded with sugar and refined carbs. He also claimed to be avoiding alcohol.
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 36)
Height: 193 cm | 6 feet, 4 Inches
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