Low on carbs and virtually absent of refined sugars, Joe Rogan’s diet plan consists primarily of meat and veggies. He’s particularly partial to wild game meat such as elk, along with sides of jalapenos, kale, kimchi, mushrooms, or avocado.
While not strictly keto, Joe Rogan’s diet goes big on wild game meat, veggies, and supplements. He’s also an advocate of intermittent fasting.
Joe adopted a cardio routine later in life and now runs at least 2-3 times a week. He often takes his dog Marshall along for the run.
Joe Rogan reportedly takes Shroom Tech Sport before each workout. It gives him a proper energy boost, minus the jitters one might get from caffeine.
Joe Rogan uses Onnit Creatine Monohydrate, which is backed by copious amounts of research. It provides muscle cells with more energy, improves mental performance, and stimulates muscle growth.
A business partner of founder Aubrey Marcus, Joe Rogan is currently a major shareholder in Onnit. Using the power of his influence, Rogan has helped the brand achieve over $28 million in annual revenue.