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RONNIE COLEMAN FULL DAY OF EATING

Ronnie Coleman, born on May 13, 1964, is celebrated as one of the most formidable and impeccably conditioned bodybuilders the world has ever seen. His illustrious career, crowned by eight Mr. Olympia titles—a remarkable achievement he shares only with Lee Haney—has set a new paradigm in professional bodybuilding.

Ronnie Coleman Bio:

Date of birth: May 13, 1964

Place of birth: Monroe, Louisiana

Off-season weight: 143 kg

Competition weight: 136 kg

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Ronni Coleman full day of eating:

There is no doubt that Ronnie had the best genetics of all time and do you think that is enough? Of course not!

It has to be combines with exercise and nutrition

Ronnie used to eat classic food , like chicken breast, steaks, rice

Also potato eggs and oatmeal and of course lots of supplements

here we will see what his full day of eating looks like!

Ronnie eating chicken breast
  • BREAKFAST (first meal):. will pan spray with butter flavored cooking spray then 2 egg white cups. grits. fat-free slice cheese. bacon. Cup of coffee bowl of oats and sprinkle of cinnamon on top with splenda for a sweet flavor , after breakfast ronnie coleman will take his multivitamins

PREWORKOUT SHAKE:. Two scoops of protein powder with water and cocoa powder for flavor

POST WORKOUT MEAL (Second)

Chicken breast with rice and veggies and he used to add BBQ sauce on top and sometimes he add french fries fat-free home baked

LUNCH (Third):

Ronnie used to eat alot in restaurants during preparations in Arlington ,texas a reestaurant name black eyed peas used to serve him bbq chicken with yellow rice and steamed vegetables

DINNER (Fourth):

Low fat burgers home cooked and rice , sometimes he swap for white fish and rice

DINNER SECOND (Fifth)

He used to have that meal again in a restaurant for a change so he will have chicken breast and rice

SUPPER (Six)

That will be another protein shake and his night time MUTLIVITAMINS (ZMA, Arginine and BCAA, Glutamine)

Known for his hearty appetite, Coleman’s daily caloric intake was a marvel in itself, often featuring substantial portions of chicken, rice, eggs, and his signature BBQ chicken, all meticulously prepared to fuel his demanding workouts. His love for cooking, evident in his use of specialized BBQ sauce and commitment to a well-rounded breakfast, exemplifies a balance of taste and nutrition.

Notably, his consumption of calories, coupled with an impressive hydration routine, including ample water and even the occasional vodka, underpinned his colossal physique and exceptional BMI.

Coleman’s meals were not just about sustenance but a testament to his dedication to bodybuilding, making him a legend in the sport and a source of inspiration for aspiring athletes worldwide.

 

FAQs

How many calories a day did Ronnie Coleman eat?

Ronnie Coleman, a renowned bodybuilder, reportedly consumed around 5,500 to 6,000 calories per day during his peak training periods. This high caloric intake was necessary to support his intense training regimen and to maintain his large muscle mass.

What was Ronnie Coleman’s diet for bulking?

Ronnie Coleman’s bulking diet was characterized by high protein, moderate to high carbohydrates, and moderate fats.

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