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2011/03/23 22:52:50 (permalink)

Greg Plitt Diet

Right so the fitness model Greg Plitt has possibly the most aesthetically appreciative body of all time! (Not just my opinion)....His body proportions are literally unreal how does someone even go about looking like that i find myself asking.???
So i do some digging around start watching his training videos on Youtube and my god they are mind blowing...the blokes a fukin inspiration....i dont think ive ever seen a human being sweat so much in the gym...and talk so much sense.
 
So i think to myself whats his diet going to be....usual 6 meals a day obvioulsy take the fat burner he endorses and 30mins cardio everyday is essential blah blah blah.....but then i hit a fukin curve ball...aparently he eats one meal a day....just one meal of whatever he wants...im talking pizzas chips KFC whatever he can get his stupidly muscular physique on until he cant eat anymore...then just protein shakes if he gets hungry!
I just cant see how this can be real! He has the best body ive ever seen...hes my one and only man crush...well him and tom cruise in Top Gun! But who doesnt wana be like Maverick!??
 
If there are any nutrionists out there who could give me any justification of this diet i would much appreciate it...can u eat anything once and look like that??? (If u dnt no who i mean just google him and u'll see my point!!)

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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/23 23:17:00 (permalink)

     
    Urm.....YUM!
    Rob....he is literally my hero - such an inspiration. Keep the Plitt dream alive boyo!!
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/24 22:53:23 (permalink)
    dont believe everything you read about what people do would be my first peice of advice. 
     
    One thing people like him are very good at, is marketing.  making themselfs stand out, and valuable, so they can sell themselfs and make a living from being them.
     
    and even if he does do that, chances are almost everyone else couldnt look like him by doing that.  genetics can account for alot of things in this game, so that is something else to remember!
     
     


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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/24 23:20:06 (permalink)
    he's in good shape no doubt about it, but I don't know about most aesthetically appealing physique of all time... too much 6-pack for my taste. Most women I know would say that was too much - they may well be lying to me of course, but I would rather have more size and a flat stomach rather than the Peter Andre look.
     
    To answer the question though, there has been a lot of debate in recent years as to the whole 7 meals a day vs 2/3, and whether or not it makes any real difference. I think one meal a day, particularly KFC, would be pushing it though.
     
    Good traps on that man though
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/24 23:21:07 (permalink)
    P.S OP is super gay :P

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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/24 23:27:26 (permalink)
    @SecondRow: Please don't ever compare Greg Plitt and Peter Andre in the same sentence ever again....ever....
     
    Again @SecondRow: Haha cracking up at the fact you're calling Rob gay!!!
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/24 23:50:07 (permalink)
    Please don't ever compare Greg Plitt and Peter Andre in the same sentence ever again....ever....
    Haha
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/24 23:56:06 (permalink)
    WTF!!!

    If you love something let it go,if it comes back to you it's yours,if it doesn't it never was.
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/25 12:48:09 (permalink)
    Well a 30 second Google tells me that what you've just said is complete BS...
     
    http://www.metrx.com/team/profile.aspx?athlete=2
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/25 12:55:42 (permalink)
    No chance!
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/25 14:55:49 (permalink)
    Where did you read about this OP? The junk food bit?
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/25 22:56:08 (permalink)
    I could rationalise a 1 meal-a-day protocol for such an individual (not looking to be as big as humanly possible). In the end it's calories in vs. calories out, some evidence would indicate that prolonged periods of intermittent fasting (IF) improves nutrient partitioning. Therefore whilst the 'KFC' as his only meal is unlikely to be the case, he could probably get away with it.
     
    I'll be experimenting with IF pretty soon myself, looks interesting albeit controversial to most fitness enthusiasts.
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/25 23:15:44 (permalink)
    easy to rationalise a single meal a day i think, if the cals and macros eaten can match the requirements of the individual.
     
    But, it would still need to be balanced for decent health.  the last time i checked junk food and kfc etc werent good sources of healthy fats, or served with lots of fruit and veg!


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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/25 23:18:37 (permalink)
    dazc

    easy to rationalise a single meal a day i think, if the cals and macros eaten can match the requirements of the individual.

    But, it would still need to be balanced for decent health.  the last time i checked junk food and kfc etc werent good sources of healthy fats, or served with lots of fruit and veg!

     
    That's interesting to read.
     
    I'm trying to cut some excess flab I've acquired since being at uni and the thing I'm finding toughest about the diets is the eating 6 meals a day. Does that mean if the macro's and totals were all the same it would be fine to divide what I eat into 3 meals?
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/26 00:11:23 (permalink)
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    Does that mean if the macro's and totals were all the same it would be fine to divide what I eat into 3 meals?

     
    Yes
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/26 15:19:32 (permalink)
    Lets say this is true;
     
    Its not 1 meal a day. Its 1 very large meak plus several very small means. In this case it seems to be as many protein shakes as he wants to keep him going. I could have 5 or 6 of them a day?
     
     
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/26 15:37:30 (permalink)
    i thought that as well iain, but decided to stay with what seemed to be being discussed, which was the principal!
     
    indeed, there would be a big difference between one meal a day, and one meal a day and 5-6 protein shakes!
     
    much easier to hit a couple hundred g's of protein per day with a load of shakes.  seriously doubt it would be possible to eat it in one meal


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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/26 17:54:07 (permalink)
    Mate this is just what met-rx put so that they can flog there products....ive been in memebers log on his website he talks about only eating one meal a day! He obvioulsy cant put he does this as met-rx dont want people coming up to them sueing them for not being nutrionatlly healthy! Just like the pros only use the muscletech products and not roids!!!!
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/27 16:47:52 (permalink)
    Sorry to steal the  thread but its kinda on the same lines. I have eating utter junk for for 2 years straight! And im talking about 3 cans of redbull a day, crisps, chocolate bars and takaways... everyday I spent like £3 on chocolate and stuff and a fiver on a takaway. I have sat in the chair infront of my PC playing computers games and I still weight the same I did 2 years ago..... The only difference is I can run 2.4km in 9:54 now instead of 8:40 something....
     
    What I want to know is I dont want to get mahoosive, I dont want to be a body builder, I just want a really athletic, tonned and muscler body like greg plitt and can I still acheive this with eating this junk food? Given the fact that I cant put on any more weight lol I dont really have to worry bout having the odd macdonals every now and then do I??
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    Re:Greg Plitt Diet 2011/03/27 16:55:57 (permalink)
    maybe it isnt affecting you in terms of weight gain.  but i bet you cant get anywhere near as lean as the kind of physique your talking about with that diet.
     
    if were talking about health, it will be having a massive effect.
     
    if you want a body like your talking about, you will have to put the hard work in.


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