Winning two NBA champions, two Olympic gold medals, and an NBA scoring title was not something very easy for LeBron James even though he did make it look that way. Even though he is a freak of nature genetically, he needed a lot of hard work to reach this level of performance. LeBron is considered one of the best NBA players of his generation and this is nothing surprising considering the amount of work he has put when he was not on the court.
LeBron designed his workout routine and diet plan with the goal to boost his explosive energy out on the court as well as his power. However, a key feature of his diet is that he does not shy away from carbs. To maintain his stamina, he eats foods like rice, baguette, and bagel—foods that come with a lot of carbs but very little unhealthy fat. He also uses LeBron James Supplements that help him create more definite muscles and lose fat very fast.
“I am very strict on my diet,” LeBron said during the discussion we had with him. “Working out combined with my supplement stack is a killer combination. Diet is very important and when you are at this level, you always have to take care on what you eat on or off-season.”
LEBRON JAMES DIET PLAN:
Meal 1 (6.25am): Whole wheat bagel with 1 tablespoon peanut butter, 1/2 cup of strawberries, 1/2 cup cottage cheese
Meal 2 (9.30 am): 1-cup orange juice, 1 banana, 1 scoop protein power with 1 cup of milk (low fat).
Meal 3 (12 noon): Lean roast beef with whole-wheat bun. Lettuce, tomato, 2 tablespoons of mustard, low fat cheddar cheese, and a 1-cup milk (low fat).
Meal 4 (2.30 pm): 1/2 cup blueberries, 1-cup low fat natural yogurt, 1/2 glass milk, and one granola bar.
Meal 5 (5.00 pm): 1 cup strawberries, 1 cup milk, 1 cup orange juice, an 1 cup low fat strawberry yoghurt (with or without 1.2 tablespoon of honey)
Meal 6 (8.30 pm): 11/2 cup small broccoli, 1/2 cup rice, 1/3 cup orange juice, 3 oz chicken breasts, sliced water chestnuts (4 ounces) and 1.2 tablespoon virgin oil