Magnussen Shares Information On His Training And Nutrition Programs

Australian superstar James Magnussen has teamed up with both Maurice Lacroix and AskMen.com to produce to short videos where he shares details about both his training and diet.

Magnussen who is the reigning World Champion in the 100 freestyle is currently the number one ranked swimmer in the event having posted a 47.59 at the BHP Billiton Super Series in January.

2014 LCM Men 100 Free TYR World Ranking

2Cameron
McEVOY
AUS47.6504/03
3Zetao
NING
CHN47.7009/25
4Florent
MANAUDOU
FRA47.9808/22
5Nathan
ADRIAN
USA48.0806/14
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Despite having the world’s fastest time he has been pushed by fellow Australian Cameron McEvoy. McEvoy beat Magnussen at the Australian National Championships in April recording a 47.65 compared to the World Champion’s 47.92.

Magnussen is sponsored by and is an ambassador for Maurice Lacroix which is a luxury Swiss watch company.

You can see Magnussen discuss his training here and his diet here.

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a_trojan
6 years ago

1st breakfast, 2nd breakfast, 1st lunch, 2nd lunch, dinner, late night snack!! wowww

Steve Nolan
Reply to  a_trojan
6 years ago

Must be a fan of The Office.

Steve Nolan
6 years ago

He said broccoli really weird, then normally, then weird again. Wut.

MarkB
Reply to  Steve Nolan
6 years ago
iLikePsych
Reply to  Steve Nolan
6 years ago

I was thinking Broccolai could be his plural pronunciation and Broccoli singular, but I don’t think it works…

paul
6 years ago

cool piece….

let’s see…….how do I want to pronounce broccoli? too funny

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