Mark Spitz Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Chest, Bicep, and Waist Size

Mark Spitz - CelebHealthy_comMark Andrew Spitz is an American former competition swimmer, nine-time Olympic champion, and former world record-holder in multiple events. He was born on on February 10, 1950 in Modesto, California, United States. He particularly won seven gold medals at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich and was able to set new world records in all seven events in which he competed in 1972. Since 1900, no other swimmer was able to gain an amazing percentage of all the medals awarded for Olympic events held in a single Games.

Even though he’s getting older, Mark admitted that he still swims in order to keep an active lifestyle. He said in an interview, “I swim in the Masters Swim Program at UCLA. I get in the water for hour-long coached workouts three times a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. I do other “dry land” activities – or cross-training – as well, like weights, which help control bone density, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.”

For his diet, he said, “I eat a healthy diet, foods low in fat content and a lot of vegetables. My wife is very good at preparing the right things for me. I don’t eat fried foods. Sometimes it’s a little difficult to eat right when I’m on the road, but I pick and choose. There’s no one thing that’s going to spike my cholesterol levels, so I compromise occasionally. I’m not overly regimented since my weight is manageable.”

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 65)

Height: 183 cm | 6 feet
Weight: 73 kg | 161 lbs
Chest: (not known)
Bicep: (not known)
Waist: (not known)