Celebrity Body Types: Brock Lesnar (Brock Edward Lesnar)
The Four Body Types Scientific Identification: Body Type One, BT1
Genetically Underdeveloped Vertebrae (Muscles/Muscle Mass): None/0
Date of Birth: July 12, 1977
Age: 45 (as of 2022)
Unscientific/Nonsense Body Types Rough Correlations: Mesomorph, Hormone/Adrenal
Celebrity Brock Lesnar displays his Body Type One (BT1) physique/shape while competing. The fully developed vertebrae, posture, and muscles/muscle mass are obvious. He is showing no signs of skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, crepey skin, normal weight obesity) anywhere on his body.
One pound of muscle burns six calories per day, but one pound of skinny fat/fat only burns two to three calories. Which directly affects metabolism. Having a strong metabolism because of all that muscle and muscle mass, no less, is an advantage that a fully developed BT1 offers, including aging gracefully.
Diet, exercise, lifestyle, metabolism, and BMI matter, but so do genes/genetics/DNA. It will be interesting to see how well Brock Lesnar successfully maintains his thoroughly muscular body shape physique as he continues to age. Is he really a Body Type Two (BT2)?
Brock Lesnar Physique – BT1
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) professional wrestler Brock Lesnar shows off his Body Type One shape/physique during promotion shoots. Competing in collegiate wrestling at the University of Minnesota, he won the NCAA Division I national championship in 2000. Beginning his career in 2002 with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, renamed WWE in 2002), his star rose to prominence upon winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at age 25 (a record for the youngest person ever to do so).
In 2004, he departed WWE, joining the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). After being cut from the team during pre-season, he became a member of New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), winning the International Wrestling Grand Prix (IWGP) Heavyweight Championship in 2005. Undertaking mixed martial arts (MMA) in 2007, he signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in 2008, eventually becoming the undisputed UFC Heavyweight Champion. Re-signing with WWE in 2012, he achieved Universal Champion for 504 days, the seventh-longest world championship reign in its history.
As a box office sensation, he has headlined UFC 91, UFC 100, UFC 116, and UFC 121 along with co-headlined UFC 200 and several pay-per-view events including WWE’s flagship event WrestleMania five times (XIX, 31, 34, 36, and 38). His list of accomplishments and awards includes being the only person to have won all of the primary heavyweight championships in WWE, UFC, NJPW, and the NCAA. Staying in shape for his demanding WWE wrestling schedule helps increase his metabolic rate which encourages the burning of more calories keeping any excess fat weight at bay, allowing Brock Lesnar to maintain his muscular physique.
WWE Wrestler Brock Lesnar Body Type One – Inaccurate Body Mass Index (BMI)
Although he clearly has minimal fat on his body and is not obese, at 6’3″ and roughly 286 pounds, according to the Body Mass Index (BMI) chart he is morbidly obese. Obesity is defined as having too much fat on your body. This is at least one example of how the BMI weight scale is not accurate. BMI is body type Standard #2 relative to the three accepted mainstream scientists’ and medical doctors’ body type Standards (BT1, BMI, BMR).
He is married to Rena Marlette Lesnar (Sable, wrestler). His net worth is estimated at $25 million. You can catch him on social media including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. See more former NFL football player as well as former NCAA, NJPW, UFC, and current WWE professional wrestler Brock Lesnar celebrity Body Type One (BT1) photos on Google.
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