Irish superstar Conoc McGregor made big changes in his lifestyle. The UFC former double champ is not going to invest more on luxury items, because he wants to invest in himself.
“For so long, in my mid to late twenties, when I started to acquire wealth and acquire money, I was fascinated with materialistic things. I would buy myself cars, watches… I switched off on that now,” McGregor said in a recently released interview with Tony Robbins.
“I realized I was spending things on material items and not things on myself, my being, on my fitness, on my health. I’ve switched that completely.”
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) May 23, 2019
McGregor says he was inspired by one of the greatest NBA player of all time in LeBron James, who has shown insane longevity as he heads towards his 17th season.
“My nutritionist travels with me full-time, my doctors, my training partners, my coaches. I have a full team and it’s all for health, fitness and peak performance,” McGregor said. “We’ve got to be in shape, physically, to be in shape, mentally. I’m putting more time in that.
“I actually realized that first when I read that LeBron James, he spends $1.5 million a year on himself. Physical therapists, masseuse, nutritionists, trainers, all of that. When I (saw) that, I said ‘I spend zero. I spend zero!’”