People always ask me how much I eat and how many calories I have to get in to be as big as I am. So I thought I would get this down on paper for anyone interested! Here is an average day for me - easily over 10,000 calories. Kids... Don't try this at home!
First meal of the day.
2 scoops Dynamix gain with 700ml full fat organic milk to wash down all my vitamins.
Cup of green tea with a heaped teaspoon of coconut oil mixed in.
Full English breakfast cooked/fried in coconut oil. 75g of oats with full fat organic milk and honey, 450g organic yoghurt.
Natural nut bar 45g.
4 pieces of fruit, banana, peach, plum and a kiwi.
1 litre cranberry juice with 2 scoops of micronised BCAA's.
2 scoops Dynamix lean & 700ml full fat organic milk. 50g almonds.
500g Angus mince beef & 300g pasta on a bed of spinach and raw olive oil.
Washed down with micronised BCAA's
Meal 5 (pre gym):
Tuna, steak, mayo and cheesepita bread.
1 banana and 1 apple.
8 pieces of flapjack
1 Bottle of Lucozade
Meal 6 (during training):
2 litres of cranberry juice mixed with 4 scoops Dynamo BCAA's.
1 litre of Guernsey milk with 1 scoop Dynamix lean and 1 scoop Dynamix gain.
1 litre of coconut water.
Tablets:- BCAA's, creatine, vitamins, test booster, CLA's.
350g fillet steak and 400g fried chips, chips are fried in coconut oil. Cucumber, olives, onions, cabbage and gherkin.
Washed down with micronised BCAA's with cordial and mineral water.
Take to bed drink and snack to be consumed through the night.
Innocent antioxidant smoothy, the almighty Dynabar and a few zma's.
This was an all-round good day of eating and drinking for me, easily 10,000 calories and around 400g of protein. Yes, my food costs me a lot but end of the day I'm a professional and no matter what the cost is my body is my job and I will treat it like a race-car.
Would you put shit fuel in a race-car and expect it to run well?! No, so don't get the second grade tuna and cheap products from second grade manufacturers