Elon Musk, 51, Has Healthy, Fit Habits You'll Want To Copy

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Elon Musk, 51, works hard to stay fit. He says on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, "As I get older, it's difficult to stay thin." Recognized?

This celebrity has been in the news for a few reasons. Reuters reports "the world's richest man" launched "Burnt Hair" perfume. 10,000 bottles were sold, generating $1 million in a few hours.

Elon Musk! With a name like mine, getting into fragrance was inevitable—why did I fight it so long? "Burnt Hair" was "the best scent on Earth," he said.

He's performed a bit of karate, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Taekwondo, and judo.

We understand Tesla's CEO's love of "tasty cuisine" and dislike of exercise. When he's not working on the Starship rocket, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO stays healthy.

He spends time weightlifting and getting in some cardio on the treadmill.

Elon Musk says that watching "a captivating show" on TV makes treadmill workouts more enjoyable. He weightlifts. Musk adds, "If I could, I'd never exercise.

He realizes the benefits of maintaining a healthy weight.

Elon Musk's diet includes keeping a healthy weight and immune system. "I'd rather eat well and live shorter," he says.

He knows the importance of getting solid shuteye.

This behemoth sleeps 6 to 6.5 hours a night, supposedly "Excellent sleep. When I'm tired, I'm irritable. I could sleep less, remain awake longer, and get less done because of my mental acuity "less

He tries not to eat or consume alcohol two to three hours before heading to sleep.

This PayPal co-founder has a healthy habit. "Eating before bed is a horrible idea and badly impacts your sleep," he said on "The Joe Rogan Experience."

He wants to quit the bad habit of checking his phone when he wakes up in the AM.

Elon Musk would like to stop doing two activities every morning that negatively influence his health. He tells Full Send Podcast, "I immediately check my phone, as do many others.

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