Boston Magazine | George Foreman III

Boston Magazine | George Foreman III
May 8, 2018 EverybodyFights

Boston Magazine

Photo Credit: Doug Levy

This handsome powerhouse wants the world to know that anyone can box—not just pro athletes like Foreman himself with a famous dad and a lifetime of training. Foreman’s goal is to bring boxing fitness to the masses: He launched his first EverybodyFights Gym Club in 2013 and hopes to have 25 locations by 2022. Even a former undefeated professional boxer like Foreman III follows wellness rituals to help him stay on top of his game.

  1. WORK HARD, RELAX, TREAT YOURSELF, REPEAT.

“Boxing is a gritty sport that puts your body through intense conditioning. I try to be mindful of the stressors I put on my body and mind by treating myself to the occasional massage at the InterContinental Spa, a meditation session using the HeadSpace iPhone app, eating a healthy meal at Dig Inn or Sweetgreen, and getting a haircut with our new neighbors at Seaport Barbers.”

  1. FOOD AS FUEL

“I try not to follow a specific diet, but rather a philosophy based on the way the best fighters historically eat. At EverybodyFights, this philosophy is simply known as Fight Fuel. It’s super simple: lean proteins and veggies to sustain you, and complex carbs to fuel your workouts.” 3.

  1. STYLISH APPEAL

“I wear EverybodyFights gear, mostly. We design our own fight swag and sometimes collaborate with top-of-the-line apparel companies like RHONE and Lululemon. I also wear Adidas gear a lot. I love their classic Track Jacket. For headphones, I use Beats Studio 2 Wireless.”

 

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