Eddie Hall Gives Diet Recommendations

Posted on 05 Jan 2016 21:26

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Eddie Hall gives diet and meal recommendations for people wanting to get big.

Welcoming the new year, Britain's massive strongman Eddie Hall has posted diet recommendations and meal plans for anybody wanting to get crazy big. If you think I'm going to sit here and micro-analyse nutrition let alone a 9000 calorie a day diet; then you are mistaken. I think people are getting too obsessed with eating. We keep seeing fad routines come and go and fad diets come and go but people are forgetting two things. If you want to get big, you eat - but your scale is the mirror. If you want to get strong, then your performance is your scale. that's it. That is what diet boils down to. The problem arises when people say they want to get big and strong but what they really want is to be a strong bodybuilder.

What I would like to see, from Eddie, is training talk. No program pushing or any marketing or self promotion bullshit. Just straight training talk. This guy is a monster. Most of us strength enthusiasts are freaks for normal people. Eddie Hall is a freak for us. He has literally burst upon the powerlifting / strongman scene with 800 pound deadlifts for reps, massive chest presses, inhuman strength. I think it would be really cool if Eddie was to just talk about how he approaches certain lifts, how he programs his own training, etc.

I'm going to post Eddie's diet recommendations and embed the original facebook post below that:




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Strongman Eddie Hall

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Strongman Eddie Hall





Plan on putting muscle mass on for 2016??? if your plans are to put weight on then here's a list you guys will need and how to take.

First thing in the morning you need to kick start your appetite and get a dose of protein, so 2 scoops Dynamo gainer with full fat milk.
900cals

Then a cup of green tea with a tea spoon of coconut oil.
100cals

For breakfast a high dose of carbs so 100g dry oats with milk and jam, 1 banana, 250ml Greek yoghurt, and a 700ml protein shake DynaPro lean.
1000/1500cals

Mid morning I like to have something mid card, mid protein heavy so 2 pieces of toast with peanut butter on.
500 cals

Before dinner I have one scoop of micronised bcaa's with cordial.

Dinner, 300g chicken or steak, 300g rice or pasta, 200g vegetables.
A Dynabar for pudding.
1500/2000 cals

After dinner another cup of green tea with a tea spoon coconut oil.
100cals

1 hour before training:-
Energy shake nutri-blended:- 2 bananas, 75g almonds, 15g coconut oil, 15 peanut butter + 500ml full fat milk.
1200cals

15mins before training 2 scoop of Dynamo pre workout.

During first half of training session:-
Energy shake:-
1 litre of cranberry juice with 2 scoops maltodextrin, 1 scoop creatine, 1 scoop bcaa's, 1 scoop glutamine, 1 scoop taurine.
1000cals

During second half of training:-
Gainer shake:-
1 scoop DynaPro gain
1 scopp DynaPro lean
1 litre Guernsey milk
1200cals

Tea:-
Spag Bol 300g mince /300g pasta
200g vegetables.
Bowl of DynaPro mousse 3-400ml
1500/2000cals

Bedtime snack:-
Dynabar
Multi-vits
2x zma tabs
300cals

Total cals min= 9000calories

2.5kg DynaPro gain
1.2kg DynaPro lean
5kg maltodextrin
270g Dynamo pre workout
2x 12 Dynabars
1.2kg DynaPro mousse
1kg creatine
0.5kg micronised BCAAS
0.5kg Glutamine
0.5kg taurine
2x 460 tubs of coconut oil
2 tubs peanut butter smooth
100 X multivits
90 X Zma

The items listed are roughly 2 months supply, based on 4 training days per week! Which works out around £100 a month with my code….From:-
Www.proteindynamix.com
^Use code THEBEAST for 20% off^

Big Love
The Beast

Eddie Hall's Diet Recommendations for Gaining Mass in 2016



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