Inside WWE legend Trish Stratus’ epic body transformation as she shares diet and workout secrets to stay in shape at 47

WWE Hall of Famer Stratus has undergone an incredible physical transformation since her return.

Over two decades since her debut, the now 47-year-old has remained in amazing shape and continues to leave her mark as one of the all-time greats.

Trish Stratus (pictured) was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013


Trish Stratus (pictured) was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013Photo credit: Getty
Stratus regularly shares glamorous snaps on her Instagram


Stratus regularly shares glamorous snaps on her InstagramPhoto credit: Instagram/trishstratuscom

Stratus joined the WWE in 2000 and won the Women’s Championship seven times in six years before taking a break from the ring.

Sporadic appearances at various Monday Night RAWs, WrestleMania 27 and SummerSlam 2019 followed until she made a more permanent comeback starting at WrestleMania 39 in April 2023.

This year, Stratus has appeared at ten events including RAW, Night of Champions in Saudi Arabia and Money in the Bank in London.

And all the time she seemed to be in great physical shape.

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Rewind to 2018 and Stratus explained how she stays in such great shape in an interview with Real Style Magazine.

She explained that she “eats mostly organic, unprocessed foods and we don’t eat dairy products on a regular basis (for example, we don’t drink cow’s milk, but we can have ice cream every now and then!”).

“Breakfast typically consists of the following ingredients: eggs, sprouted bread, nut butter, oatmeal, and dairy-free yogurt.

“Lunch and dinner include lean proteins like chicken, grass-fed beef and fish – we typically eat fish two to three times a week, quinoa is the favorite grain here, and lots of vegetables.”

Stratus also keeps it simple when it comes to snacking, choosing, among other things, “vegan protein powder, hemp seeds, all nuts and fruit.”

The food is always cooked in “coconut oil, grass-fed butter and avocado oil.”

But that doesn’t mean cheat meals are completely off the table.

Stratus said that eating clean “allows us to cheat here and there without guilt! We look forward to our pizza and burger evenings.”

When it comes to daily training—not for a specific event—she has “a 20-minute yoga routine derived from the style of yoga I designed (Stratusphere Yoga), which incorporates calisthenics and strength.” Moves integrated into a yoga flow so you get the best of both worlds.

“I do this every day – I like it because my meditation allows me to set my intention, and even if I can’t run or exercise outside, I’m still covered.”

And since her body was in such great shape, Stratus took the opportunity to show off her bulging biceps in an Instagram post in March.

In the post, she revealed that she named her biceps after Damage CTRL.

“Meet Biley, Dakota Tri (right) and Iyo Tri (left),” Stratus wrote, adding: Only once will I hear the name in the same sentence as “big guns”…”

Stratus remains in great shape and continues to perform for the WWE


Stratus remains in great shape and continues to perform for the WWEPhoto credit: Instagram/trishstratuscom
Stratus occasionally shares insights into her training


Stratus occasionally shares insights into her trainingPhoto credit: Instagram/trishstratuscom


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