American competition swimmer Matthew Grevers, better known as Matt Grevers, was born on March 26, 1985 in Lake Forest, Illinois, United States. He is famous for competing in the backstroke and freestyle events, and is a six-time Olympic medalist. He also earned notoriety in the sports industry when he won a total of twenty-four medals in major international competition, twelve gold, nine silver, and three bronze spanning the Olympics, World Championships, and the Universiade.
Swimming is Matt’s ultimate workout. That’s why ever since he started his athletic career, he was already seen as someone with a fit and perfectly chiseled physique.
When it comes to diet, this famous sports man made a wise choice by changing his soda diet into a healthier one. He said in an interview, “It wasn’t right away, but making that change was, yes, a conscious choice. All of these soda cans were everywhere and Lyndon said, “Man, you need to pick these up when you are done.” I was like, “These are just from today.” There were 14 soda cans. He started pinching my back and said, “You will not make the Olympic team with this.” Lyndon was a South African Olympian and knew his stuff. It just hit me: I do need to be stronger and look stronger. We have all these huge, fit guys on the swim deck, and I needed to start eating healthier. People underrate the value of nutrition and how it can affect your body.”
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 30)
Height: 201 cm | 6 feet, 7 Inches
Weight: 102 kg | 225 lbs
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