This is the insane diet of a WWE wrestler


This is WWE wrestler Goldberg.


He was one of the biggest wrestling stars of the 90s, being a former WCW and WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

In 2016, at the age of 49, he returned to ring. And for a guy his age, he is incredible shape.

But what does your diet have to be like to be a WWE star?

He recently did an interview with GQ, where broke down what he eats in a normal day.

And it is a lot.

Well, the first breakfast I had today, I had six servings of oatmeal, 20 blueberries, and a couple tablespoons of honey on it. Then I trained.

Afterwards, I had twelve eggs with two yolks, six pieces of bacon, four pieces of gluten-free toast with avocado. Then a shake.

After that I had two gluten-free pizzas with loads and loads of hamburger meat for protein on top of it. Then another shake.

My son and I are about to go to Muay Thai, but on the way we’re going to have some pho. Some soup and noodles, some shrimp.

On the way home we’ll get some pho again for dinner.

Tonight I’ll probably do some beef tips and sweet potato fries and an avocado and probably another shake.

Then I’ll go workout again, and I’ll have another shake after that, and I’ll do my cheat, which is popcorn.

And if you were wondering what was in those shakes…

I’m going four scoops of super-gainer Muscle Milk powder.

Like, gnarly amounts of protein. Some branched-chain amino acids.

A banana in each shake. Six to seven strawberries, a little bit of honey, some oatmeal powder, and a little bit of peanut butter powder.

You know, after making four to six of those a day, I don’t know if I ever want to have peanut butter again.

What are his tips for still looking like a beast at 50?

Number one, I try to drink as much water as humanly possible each and every day. A gallon to a gallon-and-a-half of water.

Two, I try not to eat past dark. 

Three, I don’t drink soft drinks. Period... Diet, any of that crap, none of it.

Four, just understand that 75 percent of what you look like is predicated by what you put in your mouth.

At the end of the day, do it for yourself, do it for the people you love, and you’ll feel a hell of a lot better each morning when you wake up if you eat better and you train.

Sedentary is the killer of humanity. Let that be a lesson.

Is that enough motivation for you?

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