79. Michael Johnson
Johnson’s signature gold sneakers are still one of the more iconic symbols of an athlete’s dominance at the Olympic Games. After taking gold in the 4×400 meter relay in 1992, Johnson did the unthinkable four years later in Atlanta and took gold again in both the 200- and 400-meter individual races—the only male sprinter in the history of the sport to do so
77. Terrell Owens
When you’re known as one of the most outspoken players in NFL history, it helps to have the physique—and, okay, the raw talent—to back up your big talk. That’s never been a problem for wide receiver Terrell Owens, who has kept himself in peak condition throughout his career with a routine that relies heavily on resistance-band training.
75. Mr. T
Everyone knows you should pity the fool that messes with T. And for good reason: Before Mr. T scored one of Hollywood’s all-time biggest breaks—landing the role of heavyweight champion Clubber Lang in Rocky III—he worked as a bodyguard for Leon Spinks, an actual heavyweight champion of the world.
Staying in top shape was the key to T’s livelihood: His strength led him out of the Chicago projects, and into steady work on television—most memorably on The A-Team, where he starred as ass-kicking Army Sergeant Bosco “B.A.” Baracus—