When we were all bopping to Get Your Head In The Game in 2006, did we ever imagine we’d see “Troy the basketball boy” re-appear on our screens years later with a travel documentary? Nope, but that’s what he’s gone and done.
Zac Efron’s new Netflix documentary Down To Earth follows him and his wellness-guru buddy, Darin Olien, around the world, as they search for new ideas about health and sustainable living. Haven’t watch it yet? Here are a few reasons you should.
Down To Earth shows a whole new side of Zac Efron that you don’t want to miss
Zac Efron is like a whole new person in this documentary. It’s clear from the way he speaks throughout the show that he’s seriously reconsidering his lifestyle, his impact on the earth, and what it means to be healthy and happy. It’s thought provoking to watch someone on a journey like this, and makes you wonder what you could improve in your own life. Also, from the way he’s talking, we wouldn’t be surprised if he took a step back from the limelight, so get all the Zac-content you can, while it’s still going!
You’ll learn lots of fun facts you probably didn’t know before
Did you know that the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of the water you drink is actually measurable and can impact your health? Or that Sardinia, Italy is a “blue zone” meaning the people there are more likely to live to a hundred years old, because they’re just that healthy? You’ll learn all this and more watching Down To Earth, and after months of corona-content, the fresh information is more than welcome.
It will relieve your wanderlust
This year is clearly not a good one for travel, and many of us are craving that feeling of novelty and learning that comes from exploring a new place. Down To Earth sees Zac and Darin visit all kinds of attractions all over the world, all while learning about health and sustainability. It’s a nice way to get the benefits of discovering somewhere new without having to travel. Who doesn’t need that in 2020?
It’s full of inspiring people and ideas
Zac meets some amazing people in the places he visits in this documentary. From one hundred year old Italians (who are still sharp as a razor), to conservationists who are dedicating their lives to endangered wildlife, the people on this show are all brave and encouraging characters that will warm your heart and motivate you to be your best self.
Have you watched Zac Efron in Down To Earth yet?