People can't stop talking about Bryson DeChambeau. The professional golfer is hitting some impressive drives and put on 20 pounds of muscle.
For his new physique, DeChambeau focused on mobility by working with Greg Roskopf at Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) for the past two years. In addition, he worked on making lifestyle changes for the past eight months. One major his diet to include plenty of protein.
"I've tried the keto diet and all these things, but what I’ve found is that as long as I’m keeping a 2:1 ratio of carbs to protein, that works for me," he previously told Men's Health. "Obviously that's not going to work if you want to lean down. But walking 8 miles every day, I haven't gained any fat."
DeChambeau's maintains his muscle mass with several hearty meals and protein shakes. Breakfast is usually four eggs, five pieces of bacon, toast, and two protein shakes.
After. breakfast, he hits the golf course for practice. During that time, he eats several Macro bars, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and three protein shakes.
His post-golf snack includes yet another protein shake. Dinner is generally steak, potatoes, and two more protein shakes. All total, DeChambeau estimates he drinks seven protein shakes in a single day.
DeChambeau does not count calories. However, he estimates eating between 3000-3500 calories per day, according to Golf.com.
And of course you shouldn't just mimic DeChambeau's diet plan for your own physique goals. Everyone's caloric needs vary depending on weight, activity level, and genetics.
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