Brian Shaw didn’t become reigning strongest man in the world, without consuming the calories necessary to build that kind of muscle. Shaw, who has captured the title four times, is a mean eating-and-training machine. A dietician, Shaw explains, has helped him to cook up a daily meal plan that is much far beyond the appetites of any regular man. Every meal is packed with protein and carbs, resulting in a truly staggering 12,000 calories per day.
However, just because it’s tasty, that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Eating, is the hardest part of his job. It’s constant, dawn-to-dusk battle to pack in those calories necessary to be a champion.
MEAL NO. 1
To start off his day, Shaw takes in a bowl of cereal, eight eggs, and a spoonful of peanut butter. Shaw chooses the time-tested classic Cinnamon Toast Crunch. All in all, his breakfast works out to about 1,200 calories.
Shaw doesn’t consider himself a culinary wizard, but he does share a needed tip to cooking eggs the right way: “You don’t want to cook them too long,” he says. “In a big quantity, they’re easier to eat if they’re not too much hard.”
MEAL NO. 2
An 80-gram protein shake, granola bars, and more peanut butter. Indeed, with that too much protein powder, he needs a extra bigger shaker just to get it blended up. That’s roughly 1,100 more calories for Shaw, and it’s not even noon.
MEAL NO. 3
An almond milk, some blueberry, and peanut butter protein shake. Shaw quickly gulps that down, and before you know it, he has already consumed another 1,000 calories.
MEAL NO. 4
93% lean ground turkey along with jasmine rice and broccoli. How does he do it? That’s 1,400 more calories for Shaw.
MEAL NO. 5
Here, Shaw throws us a wild card. Because of some experimentation with his diet, he and his trainer are seeing that if a meal heavier on carbs will help him with his intense training tomorrow. So, he orders up some of the Italian takeout and hunkers down. Strewn across breadsticks, meat, pasta .Shaw shovels in 3,400 calories.
MEAL NO. 6
It’s the last supper for Shaw, and ends the day with a treat: four slices of cheesecake and also one more 80-gram protein shake. It all adds up to 1,650 calories, bringing Shaw’s final count to just over 12,000 calories. Feeling already ambitious? Try this diet on for max size.
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