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Strongman Pudzianowski's Diet


#1

Are you kidding me? Check out Polish strongman Mariusz Pudzianowski's diet....

Take it from Mariusz Pudzianowski

On staying injury-free: â??The reasons Iâ??ve never injured myself are probably because my reps are smooth, not explosive, and because I work so hard on conditioning.

I do lots of swimming, three or four times a week, jump rope every day, and I run a lot, even while carrying heavy resistance: I grab a 200-pound bag of sand and run back and forth with It.â??

On his superior genetics: â??My physique comes from family genetics. My father was a weightlifter who doubled his weight in the snatch and the clean and jerk, and my 21-year-old brother Christian, who weighs 200 pounds, already deadlifts 660.â??

On his diet: â??My energy comes from my diet. Breakfast is 10 eggs and 2-3 pounds of bacon. Between meals, I eat lots of candyâ?¦I need it for energy. Lunch, at 1 or 2 p.m., is a double meal of a Polish pork chop, sauerkraut and potatoes.

An hour later, I work out, then take lots of supplements: magnesium, creatine, amino acids, all that stuff, and more chocolate.

Dinner is whatever meat I can get: steaks, pork chops, bacon, plus more sauerkraut and potatoes. [After I work out] I have a protein shake and more chocolate.â?? [source]


#2
  1. You don’t know it’s true
  2. He has amazing genetics
  3. He takes probably a good amount of super sups

#3

[quote]plateau wrote:

  1. You don’t know it’s true
  2. He has amazing genetics
  3. He takes probably a good amount of super sups[/quote]

You ever think he just works THAT hard to earn every calorie? Who cares where they are coming from (chocolate, candy, etc).


#4

Where did you get this from…


#5

I’ve read about this before.

I’m sure it’s true. After all, you can believe EVERYTHING you read on the intewebz. (note: it was originally printed in a magazine. You can believe everything in those, too!)


#6

Working that hard and being 312 lbs and 6’1’’ at that kind of body fat you would have a BASAL metabolic rate of 5,166 Calories Per Day.What about eating more calories to build muscle?think about it dude…


#7

[quote]Mister T. wrote:
I’ve read about this before.

I’m sure it’s true. After all, you can believe EVERYTHING you read on the intewebz. (note: it was originally printed in a magazine. You can believe everything in those, too!)[/quote]

I’ve seen him eat after a competition. I believe it.


#8

This was from an article that ran in either Flex or Muscle & Fitness about 2 years ago.


#9

[quote]ghost87 wrote:
Are you kidding me? Check out Polish strongman Mariusz Pudzianowski’s diet…

Take it from Mariusz Pudzianowski

On staying injury-free: â??The reasons Iâ??ve never injured myself are probably because my reps are smooth, not explosive, and because I work so hard on conditioning.

I do lots of swimming, three or four times a week, jump rope every day, and I run a lot, even while carrying heavy resistance: I grab a 200-pound bag of sand and run back and forth with It.â??

On his superior genetics: â??My physique comes from family genetics. My father was a weightlifter who doubled his weight in the snatch and the clean and jerk, and my 21-year-old brother Christian, who weighs 200 pounds, already deadlifts 660.â??

On his diet: â??My energy comes from my diet. Breakfast is 10 eggs and 2-3 pounds of bacon. Between meals, I eat lots of candyâ?¦I need it for energy. Lunch, at 1 or 2 p.m., is a double meal of a Polish pork chop, sauerkraut and potatoes.

An hour later, I work out, then take lots of supplements: magnesium, creatine, amino acids, all that stuff, and more chocolate.

Dinner is whatever meat I can get: steaks, pork chops, bacon, plus more sauerkraut and potatoes. [After I work out] I have a protein shake and more chocolate.â?? [source]
[/quote]

WTF is the point of this


#10

Body by Hershey’s.


#11

Bacon and Chocolate sandwich

I’m getting hungry…


#12

[quote]plateau wrote:

  1. You don’t know it’s true
  2. He has amazing genetics
  3. He takes probably a good amount of super sups[/quote]

Super sups…

You mean roids


#13

roids…wait, so you’re saying if we all took roids, we could look and perform like that? RIGHT.


#14

[quote]dratner wrote:
roids…wait, so you’re saying if we all took roids, we could look and perform like that? RIGHT. [/quote]

Not quite. I think he’s saying: If Pudzianowski wants to look and perform like that he better keep taking roids.


#15

[quote]ChrisPowers wrote:
Body by Hershey’s.[/quote]

Clearly the man knows nothing about training or diet :wink:


#16

[quote]plateau wrote:

  1. You don’t know it’s true
  2. He has amazing genetics
  3. He takes probably a good amount of super sups[/quote]

Way to reveal yourself as completely ignorant and thus unworthy of being taken seriously on ANY topic.

Thanks.


#17

[quote]MMA101 wrote:
plateau wrote:

  1. You don’t know it’s true
  2. He has amazing genetics
  3. He takes probably a good amount of super sups

Super sups…

You mean roids[/quote]

YES YES


#18

His body fat in the picture above couldn’t be more than 10% at the most, and at 312 lbs, he is carrying over 280 lbs of muscle !!! Holy shee-it.


#19

[quote]MaximusB wrote:
His body fat in the picture above couldn’t be more than 10% at the most, and at 312 lbs, he is carrying over 280 lbs of muscle !!! Holy shee-it.[/quote]

Facepalm

Dude, there’s a lot of stuff in your body aside from fat and muscle.


#20

[quote]G87 wrote:
MaximusB wrote:
His body fat in the picture above couldn’t be more than 10% at the most, and at 312 lbs, he is carrying over 280 lbs of muscle !!! Holy shee-it.

Facepalm

Dude, there’s a lot of stuff in your body aside from fat and muscle.[/quote]

unless he doesn’t have any bones. or organs.