Would you belive that Joe Rogan is almost 50? The UFC colour commentator, comedian, TV host and podcaster knows how to maintain his fit and is ready to share it. Despite busy schedule, Rogan manages to find time for excercising every day. He is disciplined and there is no day or reason Rogan can give up on his plan besides when he has injuries or sickness.

The top secret to his success is that workouts should be present every day in your life. It is better to have some light excersises as a part of your daily routine rather than performing extentinsive workouts on top if your phisical abilities once in a while and being unable to walk the next day.

Every Sunday, Rogan maps out the plan of workouts: one day – yoga, the other day- jogging and so on. “On top of that, there are other things that I enjoy doing like kickboxing and Jiu-Jitsu. I work those in when I can,” Rogan explained in his recent episode of The Joe Rogan’s Experience. Everything is planned and no day is left behind without excercises.

Rogan is also strict to his dieting plan: no bread, very few carbs, no sugar. Only healthy food is present in his ratio: vegetables and a lot of game meat plus vitamin supplement every day. “I take multivitamins, I take probiotics, I take vitamin B12 and D. I do everything that I can to put my body and my brain in a good place so I’m keeping my engine smooth,” Rogan says.

Elk and avocado. That's what's up.

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In a gym, Rogan follows the Pavel Tsatsouline protocol “Where they say if I can do 10 reps of something, I never do 10. I do five. If I’m doing something heavy. Like if I’m doing 90lbs clean press squats where I’m holding 90lbs over my head, I could probably do 10 of those but I’ll only do four or maybe five,” adds Rogan.

His main point is that you don’t need extensive workouts and that you can be fit by doing daily excersises like farmers do for example. Phisical activity is something natural, your body should not be pushed to its limits.