“Usain Bolt is a Jamaican sprinter who holds world records in the 100 and 200-meter races. He has achieved worldwide fame for his amazing speed, athletic physique, and flashy endorsements.”
He was born on August 21, 1986, in Trelawny Parish to parents Wellesley and Jennifer Bolt. Usain grew up with six siblings; four sisters: Ianeisha, Sheri-Ann, Avianna, and Shanae; one brother: Sadiki (who died at age 14), as well as a younger sister named Trinitea. His father Wellesley was an agricultural consultant but also had a keen interest in athletics himself from being a high jumper during his school days in Jamaica.
The secret behind Usain Bolt’s success lies in the fact that he trains harder than anyone else. In order to keep up with this level of training, he needs a lot of protein and carbs which means he has to eat constantly. He eats about 6000 calories worth of food per day, mostly consisting of chicken, pasta, rice, and vegetables. A typical dinner for Bolt might be two fried eggs with bacon on toast – all washed down with three cups of coffee! This high-calorie diet is what helps him maintain his muscular physique when it comes to sprinting at top speeds for 100 meters or more.