Men's Fitness - - Joe Manganiello -

How Man­ganiello fu­els the Were­wolf Work­outs that build his im­pres­sive frame

For­tu­nately there’s more to Man­ganiello’s diet than rip­ping sheep limb from limb un­der a full moon – in fact there’s hardly any of that at all – but it’s still pretty god­damn manly, as de­tailed in his book Evo­lu­tion. Here’s a typ­i­cal day’s feeds.

MEAL 1 No-added-sugar pro­tein bar

MORN­ING WORK­OUT Turn the page for de­tails

MEAL 2 Post-work­out pro­tein shake

MEAL 3 One hour af­ter post-work­out shake, egg whites, ham and cheese omelette with ba­con or sausage, veg­eta­bles and a cup of cof­fee.

MEAL 4 An or­ganic chicken breast, but­ter­flied and grilled with a lit­tle olive oil and sea­son­ing, with a veg­etable stir-fry: heat 1tbsp olive oil and add 1 chopped red pep­per, 50g green beans and 1tbsp ca­pers and cook for 4min, then add 50g halved cherry toma­toes and a hand­ful of pit­ted black olives and cook for 2min, then add a hand­ful of chopped spinach and cook for 1min. Serve driz­zled with 1tbsp bal­samic vine­gar.

MEAL 5 A large fil­let steak, pan-cooked with a crushed gar­lic clove. Steam a hand­ful of broc­coli flo­rets and a hand­ful of cau­li­flower flo­rets and serve with the steak.

MEAL 6 Pro­tein shake be­fore bed

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