Ryan Hall Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Chest, Biceps and Waist Size

Ryan Hall - celebhealthy_comRyan Hall was born on October 14, 1982 in Kirkland, Washington. He is a retired American long-distance runner. It was in the year 2008 when he won the marathon at the United States Olympic Trials. He also placed tenth in the Olympic marathon in Beijing. Presently, he holds the the U.S. record in the half marathon (59:43).

Now let us find out Ryan’s workout routine. What’s his training like? “I like to work off the seven-week cycle, a seven-week buildup,” he said in an interview. “I take the seventh week as a down week. I don’t like to work off of mileage. I work off of minutes that I run because it makes more sense to me. I like to just pay attention to how long I’m on my legs rather than forcing myself to go a certain amount of miles if I’m really tired and running really slow. I listen to my body.”

When it comes to diet, here’s what he revealed: I try to buy things that don’t have a lot of preservatives. I typically eat a lot of fruits and veggies (I have a pretty high-fiber diet). I also watch my salt intake to make sure I’m not retaining a bunch of water. You don’t want to feel heavy and bloated out there on the race course. I try and vary my carbohydrate intake as well, so rather than one huge pasta dinner the night before, I spread it out over a two-day carbohydrate-loading period. The other key to nutrition is to have lots of small meals throughout the day.”

Body Measurement (2016 – Age 33)

Height: 178 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches
Weight: 59 kg | 130lbs
Chest: (not known)
Bicep: (not known)
Waist: (not known)