Zach Parise Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Chest, Biceps and Waist Size

Zach Parise - celebhealthy_ComZachary Justin Parise, famously known as Zach Parise, is an American professional ice hockey left winger of French-Canadian heritage. He was born on July 28, 1984 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The son of J. P. Parisé and Donna Parisé, he played midget AAA hockey for Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Faribault, Minnesota prior to participating two seasons at the University of North Dakota. Throughout his career, he is known for representing the United States at several different events. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, he became the alternate captain for the American team. He was also named captain at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Zach shared in one of his interviews about the exercises that helped him recover well from his knee injury and his surgery. He said, “I think the leg press probably helped the most because my right quad shrunk so much. My quad was tiny, my VMO (vastus medialis oblique) was tiny, so I had to start basically from scratch and try to rebuild all that strength. When I wasn’t allowed to do any weight-bearing exercises, we did a lot of stuff on the Arc Trainer machine. It is kind of like an elliptical but harder. You can put resistance on, you can do uphill, so that really helped strengthening my legs. That was a really good exercise.”

When it comes to his diet, he explained, “I definitely eat at home more, which is of course a healthier thing to do. I’ve cut out a lot of red meat. I switched all my pastas to whole-wheat. That’s where having my fiancée around helps— she knows the reasoning behind all that stuff. I think in the long run, you find out what works for you. I used to always have a steak the night before a game. But once I switched to having pasta the night before a game, I felt so much lighter and so I stuck with that.”

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 31)

Height: 180 cm | 5 feet, 11 Inches
Weight: 88 kg | 194 lbs
Chest: (not known)
Bicep: (not known)
Waist: (not known)

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