Fitness YouTuber Aseel Soueid will frequently film challenge videos where he follows the daily routine of celebrities and hot athletes. He ate The Rock’s infamous cheat day meals, trained as MMA fighter Conor McGregor (with shots of whiskey), and underwent the grueling training of Arnold’s “plan” Schwarzenegger. For his most recent challenge, Soueid turns to WWE and decides to spend the day eating the same diet as Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Reigns follows a macro breakdown of 40 percent carbohydrate, 40 percent protein, 20 percent fat (you can read more about his workout schedule and diet in his Men’s health maintenance). “His diet is no joke,” says Soueid. “It’s going to be 6 clean meals and almost 3,000 calories.”
The first meal of the day is a common breakfast, consisting of a cup of oatmeal and 2 whole eggs with 6 egg whites. “Roman Reigns follows a fairly standard sibling diet,” says Soueid.
Dish number 2, the pre-workout meal, is another staple; skinless chicken breast, brown rice and mixed vegetables. Then Soueid follows up his workout with a packed lunch – his pre-workout meal – a protein shake and 2 cans of whole tuna on mustard sandwiches. “It’s not fun at all,” he says.
The fourth meal is another protein shake, and then the fifth has even more chicken breast, brown rice, and veggies, along with pasta. “OK, this is the only time carbs over carbs just don’t taste good,” he says. “Brown rice over pasta, not a good combo.”
The sixth and final meal is another protein shake, bringing Soueid’s total food intake for the day to 2,955 calories, through 287 grams of carbohydrate, 288 grams of protein, and 70 grams of fat.
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