Braun Strowman reveals his insane diet and the workout routine he uses to maintain his physique, and it's not for the faint of heart.
The American pro wrestler made the revelations during a recent interview with WWE Alan.
The wrestler, whose real name is Adam Joseph Scherr, had the following to say about his daily workout and diet routine:
[The secret is] just work, consistency, waking up at 6 o’clock in the morning every day doing an hour of cardio. I eat 20 egg whites and 4 cups of oatmeal for breakfast and then I go to train at the gym for around two-three hours. Then I usually like eating sushi for my post-workout meal. I have 50 pieces of tuna sashimi and 4 bowls of rice. And then about every two and a half - three hours, I eat between 10 oz and 12 oz of cooked beef, chicken, and fish, and between a 150 and 400 gm of rice.
WWE let go of Strowman sometime last year in an attempt to reduce costs. However, the ex-Universal Champion made his return to the wrestling arena in a powerful show of force in early September. The former strongman is in the best form of his life with a physique that even fellow wrestlers will find intimidating, especially over the last three years.
The wrestler’s monstrous physique and physical domination are the results of years of hard work. Last year, during an interview with TMZ, he revealed he had lost about 45 pounds to get his body into its current ripped shape. At that time, many fans wondered how he managed it and his recent revelation has now provided insight.
Apart from being a Universal Champion, the 39-year-old is also a one-time Intercontinental Champion and a two-time Raw Tag Team Champion. A ferocious fighter, Strowman used to be called as The Monster Among Men. However, since his return in September, he has been tagged The Monster of all Monsters. The moniker is on account of his fearsomeness in the ring and his recent defeat of Omos is a testament to that.
In other WWE-related news, Logan Paul put up a wonderful display against the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship title holder Roman Reigns. While Paul is a relative newcomer to the WWE, his exploits in the ring have shown he belongs in the arena as much as any veteran.