You gotta do what you gotta do, and it still seems to be working for him, as he’s earned his spot in the finals of the m butterfly race and still has another two events to go after that. Eggs are an excellent source of protein and pasta is a great source of carbs which the body uses for energy. Diet Nutrition Michael Phelps Health. For dinner: Another half-kilogram of pasta, perhaps with a carbonara sauce, followed by a large pizza and more energy drinks. But while the quality of the calories consumed by the six-foot four-inch 1. But the menu is reportedly all in a training day’s eating for champion swimmer Michael Phelps, who won six gold medals in the Athens Olympics and is aiming for eight this time round. Hello hasnt his camp heard of cholestrol, bye Phelps nice watching you posted Aug 1st, am. Cholesterol is also vital to the human body, it’s a protein transporting non-anabolic steroid. Reports suggest he trains for only about two to four hours a day instead.
Updated August 12, am. This machine-of-a-swimmer dazzled us all with his superhuman abilities in the swimming pool, his boyish and All-American charm and of course, that body! Can I sue him? Phelps, who weighs around 85kg lbs, understands this. I swim very competitively though not nearly at the same level, and I have a similar, if scaled down diet. I want my money back His regimen must actually be training, eating, sleeping and crapping, that’s it! Tweet This. In order to keep his muscles fueled, he must consume the right foods in order to keep, recover and repair those overworked muscles and to give his body the nourishment to get up the next day and do it all over again. Syracuse comes into this By Charles Curtis June 16, am. Phelps, now 31, reportedly put on 25 pounds after the Beijing Games, and says his calorie intake has dropped considerably, partly because of lifestyle and training changes after rehab for alcohol abuse, but also because, sadly, he no longer has the body and metabolism of a year-old.
As US swimming sensation Michael Phelps sets his sights on more gold medal wins at the Beijing Olympics this weekend, the BBC’s Michael Hirst examines the part an extraordinary diet has played in the sportsman’s remarkable success. If it is true that you are what you eat, then here is the suggested intake if you want to become history’s most successful Olympian. For breakfast: three fried egg sandwiches, with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, fried onions and mayonnaise, followed by three chocolate-chip pancakes; a five-egg omelette; three sugar-coated slices of French toast and a bowl of grits a maize-based porridge, washed down with two cups of coffee. For lunch: half a kilogram one pound of enriched pasta; two large ham and cheese sandwiches on white bread smothered with mayonnaise, washed down by energy drinks. For dinner: Another half-kilogram of pasta, perhaps with a carbonara sauce, followed by a large pizza and more energy drinks. That combination may not sound very healthy, and at a staggering 10, calories, would feed five average men for a day. But the menu is reportedly all in a training day’s eating for champion swimmer Michael Phelps, who won six gold medals in the Athens Olympics and is aiming for eight this time round. Even though the year-old spends a solid five hours of each day burning off those calories, the diet still seems excessive. Is he following some sort of dietician guru’s programme?