MasterChef's Gordon Ramsay Reveals His Workout Routine and the One Food He Will Not Eat [VIDEO]
The British celebrity chef, television personality, and restaurateur, Gordon Ramasay, revealed his crazy workout routine and the one food he will not eat -- airplane meal.
Gordon Ramsay is always in a constant motion, he needs to be constantly on his feet and doing things. The 50-year-old British chef hosts food programs like "MasterChef," "Hell's Kitchen" and "Kitchen Nightmares."
The chef said that he does not skip exercise and it is what motivates him. He makes it a point that he schedules two major Ironman triathlons per year. To date, he has already competed in five Ironman triathlons, the Delish said.
Ramsay's workout routine includes a swim schedule on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at a swim club; and riding his bike on the weekends. However, on Sundays, he does an eight-hour workout that could be considered as the most intense.
He wakes up as early as 4 a.m, rides his bike at 5 and pedals 112 miles or 180 kilometers. And he does not get contented with just that, after the swim and cycling, he runs a good 10 or 15 kilometers.
The chef says that his commitment to fitness is not vanity, rather it is not letting history repeat itself since his father died of heart attack. To stray away from this, he keeps in mind to stay fit.
When asked about his food choices, Ramsay reveals that he does not do three square meals a day and he is more of a grazer. It, he says, makes him happier.
He admits that grazing is the world's worst eating habit. Plus, Ramsay does not do diet, though he is critical of the food that he eats.
The one food he will not eat is airplane food. He said that there is no way that he will eat on planes. He worked for an airline company, thus, he knows where the food has been, where it goes and how long the food took before it got on board, the Refinery 29 revealed in an interview with Ramsay.
Gordon Ramsay is best-known for his critical taste and fiery comments on the show. He also owns restaurants across the globe.