Jacob Osborn

Deontay Wilder's Diet & Workout Plan | Man of Many

When you’re the WBC heavyweight champ for five years running, you pretty much get to eat whatever you want. At least that’s what one would assume after getting a look at Deontay Wilder’s diet plan, which might be alternately known as the “Las Vegas Buffet” diet or maybe the “It’s Your Last Day on Earth So Go Nuts” diet. Think sausages, pancakes, and eggs and you’re starting to get the idea…and that’s just breakfast.

Deontay Wilder’s Diet Plan

  • Pancakes – No one in their right mind would tell you to eat more pancakes and we’re not about to start. That said, this breakfast food is quite delicious, especially with butter and maple syrup.
  • Sausage – Wilder packs in the protein as early as breakfast, chowing down on either Polish sausage or traditional sausage patties.
  • Eggs – For the most part, Wilder eats “good eggs,” but he also brings Egg McMuffins into the rotation on a regular basis.
  • Protein shake – A heavyweight boxer can use all the muscle recovery he can get.
  • Breakfast (8 am)

  • Alfredo chicken pasta – Here’s another tasty dish that no practising dietician would recommend.
  • Corn on the cob – Why do we have the feeling that Wilder slathers this thing in butter?
  • Garlic bread – What can we say? The man knows how to eat!
  • Protein shake – Wilder’s gulped down two protein shakes and it’s not even noon!
  • Lunch #1 (11:30 am)

  • Sandwich – In the boxer’s own words, he’ll eat “maybe ham and cheese, maybe tuna.”
  • Two boiled eggs – Sure, why not?
  • Lunch #2 (2 pm)

  • Salisbury steak – Most professional athletes eat a lean cut of steak with no sauce at all. Not Wilder, though.
  • Potatoes and yams – Wilder enjoys red potatoes, mashed potatoes, and yams, sometimes within a single meal.
  • Green beans – Hey, who let this green vegetable into the Deontay Wilder diet plan?!
  • Dinner #1 (5 pm)

  • T-Bone steak – T-bone! T-bone!
  • Red potatoes – Wilder can’t get enough of those red potatoes.
  • Squash – It’s similar to yams and Wilder loves yams.
  • Green beans – More green for the muscle machine.
  • Dinner #2 (7:30 pm)

    With his 2008 Olympic medal and impeccable boxing record, the Bronze Bomber is—without a doubt—a veritable force to be reckoned with in the ring. It’s then surprising that he rocks a relatively lean and sculpted physique along with some downright skinny legs, distinguishing him from your average heavyweight. Nevertheless, Wilder’s muscular figure and sharp agility continue to work to his advantage, fight after fight.

    Deontay Wilder’s Workout Plan

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