Have you ever wondered what the top Crossfitters in the world are eating? What are they scarfing down to fuel their training and reward their hard work in the gym? Well the wonders of social media give us a look into the kitchens and eating habits of some of the most successful CrossFit Games athletes.
To celebrate winning the 2017 CrossFit Open, Sara Sigmundsdóttir went all out with an epic cheat meal. It's pretty safe to say she has a serious sweet tooth.
Aussie bad ass Kara Webb opted to go green with an amazingly delicious looking and healthy green smoothie.
Looks like Ben Smith might have a thing for cheese...
Why go shopping for your food when you can just shoot your dinner? Rich Froning with a nice wild turkey he bagged for the kitchen table.
The Breakfast Of Champions (literally). The champ Katrin Davidsdottir keeps her brekkie simple, and filled with what she needs to go for a three-peat in 2017.
Mat Fraser goes all American with a big 'ole juicy burger.
Noah skipped the donuts this time and went with a healthier option to fuel his path to another CrossFit Games appearance.
Camille's food prep game is strong. Looks like she'll be eating clean and well for a loooooooong time with this delicious spread.
When you're in Cali you grill poolside. Khalipa maxing out his grill space with all the meats and veggies!
Protein! It's what keeps Brooke Ence going (and Halo Top ice cream too).
Motorcycle riding makes Josh Bridges thirsty apparently, so he quenches his thirst with some of that TruMoo chocolatey goodness.
Lauren Fisher is a woman of many talents. Looks like she's just as comfortable baking pies with her boo and fellow CrossFit Games athlete Rasmus Andersen as she is with throwing up some heavy weight.
Dan Bailey's got a secret admirer. But then again who doesn't love themselves a little Danny BroFlex?
Brooke Wells kills 2 birds with 1 stone and goes for a double recovery with an ice bath and a yummy paleo meal.
Chris Spealler is not only a CrossFit legend, but he's arguably the best bodyweight specialist to ever compete at the CrossFit Games. Watching him fly through muscle ups or handstand walk his way past the competition was truly amazing and inspiring to watch.
With over a decade of CrossFit experience as both a coach and athlete, and with 6 Games appearances, Chris Spealler has racked up a wealth of knowledge on proper movement and technique.