Transcript for How Tom Brady gets Super Bowl ready
That was worth it. Taking a closer look at how patriots quarterback Tom Brady stays? Such great shape. He's 41. Playing in his ninth super bowl. Just revealing even if new England wins he has no intention of retiring. Paula Faris is here with how he does it. Hey, Paula. Reporter: Good morning, George. Good morning, everyone. He wasn't an elite athlete when he started out in the NFL almost 20 years ago. Whether you love him, or hate him, the hard work has made him the most super bowl winning quarterback in NFL history. The countdown to super bowl 53 is on. And all eyes will be on qb can be Tom Brady. Seen here. Arriving in Atlanta. This is his 19th season in the NFL. Already broken the record for oldest layer to win the super bowl MVP and a regular season MVP. When Brady first came into the league in 20000, he was a long shot. That year, the patriots didn't draft him until the sixth round. 199th overall. Brady has led new England to five championships and become one of the NFL's all-time greats. So how has the 41-year-old superstar stayed at the top of hi game for so long? For one thing, his diet. Brady's former private chef, Alan Campbell, spoke about how he eat healthy meals based on alkaline food. Lean protein sours. Staying away from processed foods. Incorporating foots and vegetables. Reporter: He follow a strict, mostly vegetarian diet. Made up of 80% organic vegetables. And the rest is whole grains and lean meets. Off the men yew. White sugar. White flour. Msg, coffee, and dairy. Also not on his shopping list. Strawberries. The quarterback telling "People" I just don't like them. At tepid of the day, just don't like the taste. I don't like the smell, the texture, or anything. He's training tirelessly. In his Facebook docu-sere I, Tom versus time, he gave fans a look at what it takes for him to keep going strong against often times much younger opponents. Exercising with his wife and supermodel Gisele bundchen. For over a dozen years, he's been working with friend and perm trainer Alex Guerrero. Sometimes doing three sessions a day. Their secret weapon, resistance bands. He's lengthening and softening the muscle. Decreasing the rate of injury. Increasing the range of motion. Reporter: Perhaps the biggest sedge the one you can't see. His sheer determination and will to win. If you're going to compete against me, you better be willing to give up your life. He puts it all on the line when he competes. Sunday's super bowl. His ninth time playing in the big game. If he winnings, he'll need another hand for the super bowl wing. That's crazy. How about that diet? The things he doesn't eat is basically my staple white sugar, white flour, coffee. He cheats every now and then. If he drinks coffee, it's half a cup. Going for number six. Robin excited about the next story.
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