Michael Phelps trained evry day and ate lots for breakfast so he could have lots of proteine and stay in shape.
He's been swimming since he was three but he has been non stop training for the Olympics since 2000. That was four years before the Olympics in Athens. So technically Michael Phelps has been training eight straight years for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
during the Olympics he was probably on taper so the extent of his workouts would be an early morning warm up swim to stretch out.
In U of M he took classes in Sports Marketing and Management..i dont think he graduated though ...probably because he had to train for the 2008 Olympics
How to train with a T. Rex and win 8 gold medals. By Michael Phelps.
he trained in michigan for several years
if your so bloody stupid to even ask this question NO!
Yes, he trains with his coach, Bob Bowman
he trains every day for 5 hours a day
I know he occasionally at least trains at Loyola University Maryland's Fitness and Aquatic Center.
he actually went to Michigan and trained there but now he is going to train back in Baltimore where he is from. University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
People in olympics train 40 hours a week
They have to train 3 years because the Olympics are every 4 years.
Mostly for as long as they can until the summer Olympics start.Maybe a year or so. C.kunalan trained for a few months!
It could be said that the Olympics are what fencers train for all their lives. However, they will train specifically for the Olympics as soon as they are officially on the team- about a year to a year and a half beforehand.
Michael phelps is a olympic legend and has broken 39 world records and has 8 olympic gold medals. His body proportions: Feet:14 Height:6"4 Arm span:6"7 Bicep size:15 inches Chest size:51 inches Michael phelps has hyperextended all his joints and muscles for better flexibilty and thats how he uses less movement in stroke to gain a higher speed. But michael phelps is a born swimmer with huge hands and feet so he is a perfect swimming organism. But in 2011 fina swimming championships michael phelps lost his 200m medley and other swimming events/styles to Ryan Lochte a 6"2 american who is the worlds fastest swimmer and broke the world record which was held by michael phelps whislt wearing the banned suit (increased speed and times). So proportions mean nothing its how hard you train and dedication to the sport.
Most of the athletes train in their prospective countries. 70% of athletes in the 2012 Olympics trained in the USA. The rest train in the country they were born in.
they have prsonal trainers to train them
You can be any age you want as long as you train HARD.