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.
- 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.”
- 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.
- 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.”