Some guys still think that cyber athletes, those so called esports guys, are dull nerds. That is wrong and probably was never true.
Professional and successful cyber athletes are high disciplined and motivated. And they also know how to do sports. Top cyber athletes very well understand that good physical condition sharpens mind and unlocks lightining fast reaction.
Game: StarCraft II
Slivko entered SC2 scene in 2010 and finished in top of lots of major tournaments in EU and CIS.
HeatoN (on the left)
Emil "HeatoN" Christensen ex pro CS gamer, now designing gaming equipment
HeatoN is CS legend who is also training hard in real world.
Pasha, Kuben & Neo
Doing workouts not only in CS
Those guys played in CS team Frag eXecutors and finished several times in the finals of WCG.
Look at them:
Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson, Starcraft US-scene veterean
Game: StarCraft: Brood War, StarCtaft II.
Top streamer and gamer. Can lift up to 200 kg!
Games: WarCraft III, StarCraft II
TitaN is the legend of CIS and EU esports. Was one of the best Warcraft 3 players in Russia. Finished in the top4 on WCG, was champion of Russia in 2012 (WCS).
Oleg is not a heavy lifter like the other guys, but he works hard to be in a good shape. He eats healthy food and pollen, does workouts and sticks to the scheldule. That helps him to improve reaction and make better decisions.
Tal "Fly" Aizik
Game: Dota 2
Popular DOTA 2 player that previously played HoN. Fly played with Fnatic and Team Secret. Nowdays he is a captain of US-based team CompLexity. He is in a good shape, trains at least 5 days a week and gives advice on how to do workouts. Check his manual here!
Anton Singov, the leged on Quake
Games: Quake 3 Arena, Quake 4, Quake Live.
This guy is really a legend. And he also in good shape.
Game: Dota 2
Aren "Versuta" Zubatyan is a popular Russian streamer that is famous for swearing a lot on his streams. But he is in good shape and staying away from cigarettes and alcohol.