YouTuber Scotty Sire Reveals His Workout and What He Eats in a Day

Emily Shiffer
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From Men's Health

When you live your life in front of a camera, you're going to want to look good. For singer and YouTube star Scotty Sire, that means lots of training, a dialed-in diet—and plenty of pranks on his buddies who live with him.

The social media star recently invited Men’s Health into his home to check out where he gets his workouts in and what he eats every day.

The Gym

His home gym is actually in his garage, where he and his roommate Jay spend a lot of time.

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"We call this Jay's gym, even though I paid for everything inside of it," says Sire.

Sire says he works out everyday, "sometimes twice a day, except for days of extreme hangovers."

He says he doesn't need much motivation or inspiration to get him in the gym because it's an essential to help him feel and look his best.

"Working out makes me feel good. If I don't get up and do something in the morning that gets my blood flowing, I feel like crap the rest of the day because it just makes me happy," says Sire. "But I like working out. I like looking good. It makes me feel good. And it's also kind of like my job because I'm always working on some sort of video and I like to look as good as I can look."

His favorite style of training: leg workouts. Specifically, the gluteal region.

"I have a very small butt, and I've been noticing a little bit of a change in my butt size as I started doing more leg workouts," says Sire.

When it comes to his workout playlist, he listens to everything from punk to hip hop to EDM, as well as his own music.

The Fridge

Sire takes the tour to his fridge—and quickly throws away a slice of pepperoni pizza and garlic knots.

"You didn't see that," he laughs.

But then he delves into the details.

"I always have a Tupperware full of chicken. One of our buddies cooks up chicken and delivers it to people's houses, so I pay $32 a week for a fully stocked chicken bowl," says Sire. "We also have eggs, always. Very important high-protein sorta thing. And the we've got all sorts of milks. We like to make our own coffees here, so we have all kinds."

And he doesn't describe himself as a picky eater.

"There's actually no foods I hate. I'm not a picky eater. I try to avoid the eggs things in sushi (tamago)," he says.

If he's ordering a burger, Sire says that he keeps it pretty standard, with lots of meat, onions, lettuce, and tomatoes.

Thankfully, Sire admits that there is one thing you won't ever find in his fridge: a dead body.

"No dead bodies in here!" laughs Sire. We'll hope that he keeps that the case.

For breakfast, Sire keeps it simple with a protein bar with coffee and pre-workout. His go-to protein shake includes: pea protein, because he believes a plant-based protein "digests better than other proteins", as well as a glutamine supplement "to feed the muscles." He also adds a veggie supplement because he admittedly doesn't eat a lot of vegetables. He'll also add a half scoop of a protein and superfood supplement to "add some variety".

But he's not a big snacker.

"I try not to snack. Sometimes I suffer in the middle of the night, like 'Oh, I want a bag of chips'. But if I eat good, I will have a protein bar or a bowl of chicken or eggs," says Sire.

When asked what the secret is to get his body, he keeps it simple: "I work out a lot. And I poop a lot. Maybe that's TMI, but I do," says Sire.

He's also big on sleep.

"Sleep is really important to me," says Sire. "If I get a good night's sleep, I can go on a run the next day and nothing hurts. But if I didn't sleep well that night, the next day if I go on a run I feel all these aches and pains in my body. Maybe it's because I'm getting old? If I don't get enough sleep, things hurt."

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