Game Of Thrones' 'The Mountain' Revealed His Insane Diet

It's more than most people consume in a week

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If you watch Game of Thrones, then you know Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (who goes by "Thor" for short)—AKA "The Mountain"—is an extremely large man. So you figure he must pack in quite a few calories and a decent amount of protein per day in order to achieve that level of bulk. He recently shared his diet plan in preparation for the World's Strongest Man competition, and let's just say you can feed an entire province Westeros on what he eats.

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Yep, sounds about right. 

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To wit, that's: 

6:50 Morning workout! Cardio + CORE for 30min Bcaa, Glutamine + handful of almonds 

7:30 8 eggs + 200gr Oats + blueberries & strawberries + avocado 

9:30 400gr Beef, 400gr Sweet potatoes, handful of spinach & greens 

11:50 Bcaa, glutamine

12:00 400gr Chicken + 400gr potatoes, greens + some fruits 

14:00 Blender = 150gr oats or sweet potatoes, 2 bananas150gr kelloggs rice krispies, frozen berries, handful almonds, peanut butter and glutamine 

14:30 Training strongman, Bcca, glutamine, Vitargo 17:30 60gr protein + 2 banans 18:00 500gr beef + potatoes, greens 20:30 500gr salmon + 500gr sweet potatoes 

22:30 50gr casein protein or 6 eggs + avacado + 30gr almonds + 50gr peanut butter 

If you count it up, it looks like he consumes roughly 10,000 calories per day. 

Yep, sounds about right. 

From: US Esquire