World’s Strongest Man: THIS Is What You Need To Eat In Order To Gain Muscle
Eddie Hall might not be a household name, but take my word — the man knows a thing or two about maximizing his gains.
Back in 2015, the British Strongman set the world record for deadlift — *cough* *cough* twice — and he recently detailed his recommended diet for packing on the muscle on Facebook.
Spoiler alert: if you aren’t taking in 9,000 calories a day, then you’re just cheating yourself.
First thing in the morning you need to kick start your appetite and get a dose of protein, so 2 scoops Dynamo gainer with full fat milk.
Then a cup of green tea with a tea spoon of coconut oil.
For breakfast a high dose of carbs so 100g dry oats with milk and jam, 1 banana, 250ml Greek yoghurt, and a 700ml protein shake DynaPro lean.
Mid morning I like to have something mid card, mid protein heavy so 2 pieces of toast with peanut butter on.
Before dinner I have one scoop of micronised bcaa’s with cordial.
Dinner, 300g chicken or steak, 300g rice or pasta, 200g vegetables.
A Dynabar for pudding.
After dinner another cup of green tea with a tea spoon coconut oil.
1 hour before training:-
Energy shake nutri-blended:- 2 bananas, 75g almonds, 15g coconut oil, 15 peanut butter + 500ml full fat milk.
15mins before training 2 scoop of Dynamo pre workout.
During first half of training session:-
1 litre of cranberry juice with 2 scoops maltodextrin, 1 scoop creatine, 1 scoop bcaa’s, 1 scoop glutamine, 1 scoop taurine.
During second half of training:-
1 scoop DynaPro gain
1 scopp DynaPro lean
1 litre Guernsey milk
Spag Bol 300g mince /300g pasta
Bowl of DynaPro mousse 3-400ml
2x zma tabs
Total cals min= 9000calories
2.5kg DynaPro gain
1.2kg DynaPro lean
270g Dynamo pre workout
2x 12 Dynabars
1.2kg DynaPro mousse
0.5kg micronised BCAAS
2x 460 tubs of coconut oil
2 tubs peanut butter smooth
100 X multivits
90 X Zma
That’s one hungry, hungry hippo.
— Eddie Hall (@eddiehallWSM) March 14, 2015