Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, And Dennis Rodman Used To Make A Crazy Bet Every Day On Who Had The Lowest Body Fat
Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman had a daily bet on who had the lowest body fat among them during their playing days on the Chicago Bulls.
The trio's competitive nature led them to find new ways to compete with each other and improve their chances of winning NBA championships.
They switched positions every day, with each player striving to have the lowest body fat percentage.
Rodman claimed that their regimen, mindset, and routine helped them stay lean, cut, and agile.
Jordan reportedly had the lowest body fat percentage of the three, hovering around 3.2%.
Pippen usually followed closely behind Jordan, with a body fat percentage around 3.3%.
Rodman had the highest body fat percentage of the three, typically around 3.4%.
The daily bet on body fat helped the Bulls trio maintain their physical fitness and contributed to their success on the court.
The Bulls won three NBA championships in a row from 1996-1998, cementing the team's place in basketball history and the trio's legacy as some of the game's greatest players.