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The Rock's diet

GZ3

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Thought you guys might like this

http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/cel...od-and-approximately-4131-calories/ar-AAaC0IP

Holy, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson! That's a whole lotta cod (and calories).
The professional wrestler-turned-actor has revealed his daily diet plan with Muscle and Fitness—and the super-strict regime is sure to shock you, as it consists of seven meals per day and more than 4,000 calories.
Of course, quickly downing four Big Macs will allow you to reach the same caloric intake, but "The Rock" is consuming protein-dense, low calorie foods in order to build more muscle mass.
In summer 2013, Johnson shocked us all with his 22-week diet plan for Hercules, which also consisted of seven meals per day, complete with a 10 ounce filet for breakfast. His current plan mirrors his last, with the exception of insane amounts of cod, and will surely get you into tip top shape if you can find the willpower to put down that cupcake.
According to our calculations, The Rock eats 36 ounces of cod per day (that's about 821 pounds per year) and all seven meals add up to a daily intake of approximately 4,131 calories—over two times the recommended amount.
And don't forget, while following this meal plan, you must hit the gym hard (we're talking 4 a.m. workouts, folks). Think you have what it takes?
Here is The Rock's diet plan:
MEAL 1

  • 10 oz cod
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 2 cups oatmeal
MEAL 2

  • 8 oz cod
  • 12 oz sweet potato
  • 1 cup veggies
MEAL 3

  • 8 oz chicken
  • 2 cups white rice
  • 1 cup veggies
MEAL 4

  • 8 oz cod
  • 2 cups rice
  • 1 cup veggies
  • 1 tbsp fish oil—122
MEAL 5

  • 8 oz steak
  • 12 oz baked potato
  • spinach salad
MEAL 6

  • 10 oz cod
  • 2 cups rice
  • Salad
MEAL 7

  • 30 grams casein protein
  • 10 egg-white omelet
  • 1 cup veggies (onions, peppers, mushrooms)
  • 1 tbsp omega-3 fish oil
NOTES:

  • "I do cardio 4–5 a.m., then take 4–6 scoops of Optimum's Amino Energy."
  • "After cardio I eat breakfast [Meal no. 1]."
  • "After breakfast I hit the iron for 90 minutes."
  • "Post-workout I have 60 grams Optimum Nutrition's Platinum Hydrowhey with 15 grams of glutamine."
  • "Thirty minutes later I consume 32 oz of Gatorade."
 

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I'm not a fan of celebs but he is one guy I would shoot the shit with.
 

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All that fish can not be good for you with all the mercury and raiation in the oceans,....or is all that just a myth too.
 

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All that fish can not be good for you with all the mercury and raiation in the oceans,....or is all that just a myth too.

I read an article in the times that quoted a study saying that a banana has more radiation in it than a tuna caught off the California coast. And tuna being an apex predator should have more exposure to radiation than other species.
 
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