10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

One of the advantages of being a professional athlete is the huge amount of food that can be consumed after a hard day of grueling workouts. When your work depends on physical strength, every calorie counts. Yes, professional athletes and heavyweights are at the peak of their physical form, and few of them sit on cabbage and kombucha. Some have chosen for themselves more ... sparing diets, making such "dishes" as McNuggets, the basis of their diet (oh, horror!). But whatever they eat, the amount of food they absorb is able to blow up the brain. So, in this issue, Bigpikcha will tell you about 10 famous athletes with the craziest diets.

1. Matt Kalil
Sport: American football.
Average daily calories consumed: 7,000.2

Although the Minnesota Vikings striker lost 10 kg after pneumonia, he manages to maintain his body with a weight of 142 kg on a fast food diet. In 2012, he ate bacon, eggs, fruit, cottage cheese, toast and sausages for breakfast.It sounds quite harmless, right? But at lunch Kalil ate pizza, burgers and other types of fast food. In recent years, the diet of this player is made up of high-calorie protein shakes, pasta and many, many snacks.

2. Michael Arnstein
Sport: Marathon.
Average calorie intake: 4000-6000.3

Long-distance runner Michael Arnstein, who called himself a fruitarian, lives on an 80/10/10 diet consisting of raw vegetables and fruits (80% of carbohydrate food should be 10% protein and fat). Arnstein ran over 50 marathons and associates his success with this raw food diet, which brings him 6000 calories a day. This transition has helped him achieve better sports results. Every ten days, Arnstein buys 225 kg of fruit to feed not only himself, but also four members of his family.

3. Michael Phelps
Sport: swimming.
The number of calories consumed: 12,000.4

The ration of the absolute record holder in the number of awards in the history of the Olympic Games, to put it mildly, is impressive. During the preparation for the Olympics, the star of swimming consumed as much as 12,000 calories per day. His daily diet consists of a pound of pasta, a whole pizza, three scrambled sandwiches, oatmeal and French toast.When the public learned about his diet, a flash mob called Michael Phelps appeared on the network - people tried to eat all day like a famous swimmer.

4. Nick Hardwick
Sport: American football.
The number of calories consumed per day: about 5000.5

After retiring from the San Diego Chargers, the former linesman changed his NFL diet and lost 38 kg in 5 months. But before that, he ate ice cream in buckets and drank 700 calories protein shakes. Today, Hardwick follows a paleo diet consisting mainly of whole foods.

5. The Rock
Sport: wrestling.
The number of calories consumed: 5000.6

What is Scala cooking again? Looks like brown rice and fish again. Duane "The Rock" Johnson eats a lot of seafood - cod alone is 370 kg a year. Understandably, such a diet quickly get bored. That is why Johnson is satisfied with the legendary days of cheating, during which an incredible amount of fast food is consumed.

6. John Call
Sport: acrobolics.
Average calorie intake: 3400-4500.7

The inventor of the acrobolic - a hybrid of acrobatics and power loads - gained its present form due to the fact that it ate more than 45 kg of chicken per week. Once a week, Call prepares his famous lunch, which includes 6 kg of potatoes and 12 cups of rice.

7. Jay Watt
Sport: American football.
Average calorie intake: 9000.8

Defender Houston Texans began to "devour avocados" after he realized that his body needed extra fuel. To increase the fat layer, the player increased the daily consumption of potatoes and began to combine breakfast and lunch. A typical JJ meal is French toast and potato omelette.

8. David Carter
Sport: American football.
Average number of calories: 10,000.9

This 136-pound athlete manages to maintain his weight while sitting on a strict vegetarian diet. It consumes 10,000 calories a day, and its diet consists of greens, rice, quinoa, nuts and legumes. Carter eats every two hours, and a lot. Every morning he starts with a bucket of bean smoothie (100 g of protein) and drinks this drink throughout the day.

9. Riff Raff
Sport: wrestling.
The number of calories consumed: about 4000.11

Although Riff Raff is primarily a musician (rapper), his transformation into a 108-pound beast proved that Jody Highroller is a serious athlete. With the blessing of Hulk Hogan Riff Ruff, he ate pizzas, burgers, shrimps and lots of meat in the evenings to reach his weight goal and join the world of wrestling.

10. Usain Bolt
Sport: athletics.
The number of calories consumed: 5500.12

Despite the fact that many people say that it’s bad to go to McDonald’s often, Usain Bolt regularly does it every day. Before the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the Olympic champion ate 47,000-calorie chicken chicken. And he has medals proving that it is good for him. Before, Bolt ate nuggets and french fries for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and he served apple pie as a snack.

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    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

    10 famous athletes and their crazy diets

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