Harry Kane (born 28 July 1993) is an English professional footballer.
According to teammate Dany Rose, “We don’t have to report until 9am, but he gets in about 8.30am.” he said in an interview via Standard. “He is in the gym before training, he’s the first one to lead us out on to the training pitch at Tottenham and here with England as well. He trains the exact same way every single day. “
“There is a side to Harry that people have not seen – when he loses in training, he gets so angry. He demands the best from people on his team in training. Then, after that, he is doing extra work: finishing, penalties, free-kicks.
“Then he’s always in the ice bath. He does boxing after training. He’s got a chef to help him eat properly. He is the first one into team meetings. If there are any problems, we go to Harry at Tottenham and here. We ask, ‘Can we try and get this or that?’ and he doesn’t even debate it, he’s all for the lads.
He’s so adamant about a solid nutrition plan, in fact, that he’s hired a personal chef/sports nutrition expert to prepare healthy meals for him six days a week, according to an interview with The Independent.
“I had a guy come ’round and explained what you could do, eating the right food at the right times,” Kane said. “It blew me away a bit. I’d never looked too much into it, but he explained what the body does and how he could help me recover. He helped me in the recovery from the injury, with foods I was eating.”
It’s not just about the foods being consumed, but also the timing of the meals. “You could eat healthily all week and then carbs before a game, and that could make your body go into shock because you’re not used to it,” says Kane. “So maybe eat higher carbs sometimes, lower other times, making plans around training.”
As for booze, Kane kicks it to the curb completely during the entire season to maximize his play on the pitch. Now that’s dedication—and it’s helping the talented athlete achieve his, ahem, goals.
Harry is a keen golfer. He was spotted in the Sky Sports studio ahead of the final round at Augusta 2022 watching Scottie Scheffler and Cameron Smith play for their maiden Major titles and the Green Jacket.
Harry Kane insists “never say never” after teasing a potential future in professional golf once he has hung up his boots.
The England and Tottenham striker is now a scratch golfer and spends much of his time away from football on the course.