3 Strongman Diet Plans Of Past WSM Winners

Strongman as a sport has existed for more than 100 years now. And apart from the magnificent execution of heavy lifts, the diets of these strongmen are next in the queue to fancy the most. Mind you, they do not eat ordinarily like us- The general pop, rather they eat extraordinaire. By extraordinaire, we mean eating equivalent to our weekly diet in a matter of 1Day/24 hours. An active competing strongman can easily consume anywhere from 10,000- 20,000 calories in a day. To give you an idea- an average person eats around 2000-2500 calories, so even a week isn’t fair to compare the difference. It is safe to say a strongman can easily and effortlessly consume in a day what a normal person does combine in 8-10 days. It’s not just the weights that are heavy for them but also the plates in the kitchen for a strongman. Today we take a look at the food that makes up this many calories as we go walk through the diets of 3 Strongman. These are not your average amateur Strongman rather winners of World’s Strongest Man. One of them has won the WSM 4 times in his career, so the mentioned strongman diets are no joke. None of this strongman diet has been made up by us, rather these are all as provided by the Strongman in question over different media channels.

So empty your bladders because only reading these strongman diets are going to make you feel full like never before. In the spotlight we have today are the following diets-

  1. Brian Shaw Diet (12,000 calories)
  2. Eddie Hall Diet (16,000 calories)
  3. Hafthor Bjornsson Diet (10,000 calories)

Strongman Diet

Brian Shaw Diet (12,000 calories)

Meal 1– 8 Eggs, Cereals and a spoonful of peanut butter

Meal 2– 80 grams of whey protein powder, 2 granola bars and a spoonful of peanut butter

Meal 3– 1 pound Grass-fed beef, Angel Hair Pasta topped with red pasta sauce

Meal 4– 80 grams of whey protein powder, 2 cups of unsweetened almond milk, blueberries and a spoonful of peanut butter (All blended together in a shake)

Meal 5– Ground Turkey, White Jasmine Rice and Broccoli

Meal 6– 1 pound Grass-fed beef, Potato and Asparagus

Meal 7– 80 grams of whey protein powder and 2-3 cheesecake slices


Eddie Hall Diet (16,000 calories)

Meal 1– 4 Bacon, 4 Sausage, 2 eggs, 4 pieces of bread, Beans and Tomatoes

Meal 2– Porridge, Oats, Full Fat Milk, Nutella and Raisins (Prepared together), 2 Kiwis, 1 Banana, 70 grams of beef jerky and 4 scoops of protein.

Meal 3– 150 grams of cashew, 1 Litre of cranberry juice

Meal 4– 300 grams of steak, 500 grams of pasta, 200 grams of vegetables

Meal 5– Tuna Sandwiches, Flapjacks, Fruits & Energy Drinks

Meal 6– 4 scoops of protein powder blended in a litre of milk

Meal 7– 500 grams of minced meat, 500 grams of pasta and a full loaf of garlic bread


Hafthor Bjornsson Diet (10,000 calories)

Meal 1– 6 Pieces of bacon, 6 eggs and oatmeal (consisting of various seeds and a scoop of whey protein)

Meal 2– 200 grams of ribeye steak, 1 cup basmati rice, chicken stock, carrots, spinach, bell peppers and coconut water

Meal 3– 200 grams of ribeye steak, 1 cup basmati rice, carrots, spinach, potatoes, chicken stock, bell pepper, banana and orange juice

Meal 4– 200 grams of ribeye steak, 1 cup basmati rice, chicken stock, carrots, potato, spinach, tomato and orange juice

Meal 5– 200 grams of ribeye steak, 1 cup basmati rice, chicken stock, carrots, spinach and orange juice

Meal 6– 200 grams of ribeye steak, 1 cup basmati rice, chicken stock, carrots, spinach, orange and coconut water


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