MLB star and devout Mormon Bryce Harper doesn't drink, but he has no problem baring his body for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue.
"I can't believe I'm doing this," the 22-year-old Washington Nationals outfielder said on the set of his nude photo shoot.
Harper says he's at about eight percent body fat thanks to his workout regimen, which might not be as strict as you think.
"When I work out I eat six meals a day," Bryce said. "I don't care what nobody says, as much as they stay on track they still eat ice cream and donuts. I love ice cream. I love donuts."
His sweet tooth hasn't affected his physique as the lean MLB all-star reported to spring training this year as light as he'd been since college.
U.S. Women's National soccer player Ali Krieger, 30, and gymnast Aly Raisman, 21, are also featured in ESPN The Magazine's annual issue.
"As a gymnast you use every part of your body," Raisman said. "Even the pinky toe is important. Every part of your body has to be really strong in order to take a rough fall. It happens all the time in gymnastics. We wipe out all the time."
ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue hits newsstands July 10.