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Vjerojatno ste čuli za sve brazilske koktele koji se nude u New Yorku za vrijeme Olimpijskih igara ovog mjeseca; ali što je sa svim specijalitetima u hrani? Brazil je dom nevjerojatne kuhinje, pa vam predstavljamo pet brazilskih mjesta na kojima možete objedovati i uživati ​​u hrani i piću Rio de Janeira.

Pekara Padoca
Padoca je stvorio posebnu poslasticu u čast Ljetnih olimpijskih igara u Rio de Janeiru: PDQ Carioca. PDQ je Padocina potpisna verzija tradicionalnog pão de queijo (kruha od sira) - koju je stvorila slastičarka Rachel Binder koristeći porodični recept vlasnice Marine Halpern kao temelj - dok je carioca portugalska riječ koja se odnosi na urođenika iz Rio de Janeira. Kombinacija koja slijedi je preokret u klasičnom kruhu sa sirom sa zelenim maslinama, uobičajenom užinom u južnoameričkom gradu. To je savršena slana užina za gledanje igara. Dostupno do 23. avgusta.

Želite nešto malo lakše? Padoca nudi i açaí zdjelu, pripremljenu na tradicionalni brazilski način: açaí bobice bogate antioksidansima, banane i granolu domaće proizvodnje sa ovsenim zobom, pekanom, ribizlom, sjemenkama bundeve, zlatnim grožđicama i kokosom. 23.

SUSHISAMBA
Prema restoranu, "filozofija SUSHISAMBA -e rođena je iz energije i duha tri različite kulture - Brazila, Japana i Perua." Dakle, naravno, ovo živo mjesto odaje počast svojim brazilskim korijenima (i slavi predstojeće Igre) koktelima i kuhinjom inspirisanom Brazilom. Popijte brazilski nacionalni duh - cachaça - zamagljen kivijem i limetom u Kiwi Caipirinhi; jagoda Sake “Caipirinha” (japanski obrat na klasiku); ili za inventivni zaokret na caipirinhi, naručite Kaffirinha Sorbet Sparkler - osvježavajuću, smrznutu poslasticu koja sadrži mirisni sorbet od kafirskog limete, cachaçu i plivačicu za pjenušavo vino.

U ponudi je i izbor slane brazilske ulične hrane, uključujući Pastel de Feijoada s limunom na žaru; i Bolinhos de Bacalhau s brancinom, ljubičastim peruanskim krumpirom i aji amarillom. Za nešto slatko, uživajte u Pasteis de Caipirinha: pahuljica pečena s nata (brazilska krema) sa okusom korice limete, sokom limete i cachaçom. Ovi zalogaji s olimpijskom tematikom dostupni su tokom SAMBAHOUR-a, koji traje od nedjelje do petka, od 4 do 19 sati. i 23:00 - zatvaranje, do 21. avgusta.

Brazilski steakhouse Fogo de Chão
Brazilski steakhouse Fogo de Chão nedavno je predstavio svoj novi nedjeljni doručak na kojem se nalaze stavke za doručak inspirisane Brazilom koje idu ruku pod ruku sa čuvenim izborima pečenog mesa u restoranu, poput fileta mignona, janjećih kotleta i prepoznatljive brazilske picanhe. Nove stavke na jelovniku uključuju Pečenje jaja Pão de Queijo: tradicionalni Fogov kruh bez glutena (pão de queijo) pečen s jajima, šparogama, brokulom i švicarskim sirom; Bolo de Fubá: domaći kolač od kukuruznog brašna (takođe bez glutena) poslužen sa umućenom karamelizovanom kremom od banane; i sezonsko nedjeljno pečenje: trenutno sadrži svinjsko pečenje s kostima, narezano po narudžbi. I, naravno, u ponudi ima mnogo podmazivanja-caipirinhe po narudžbi, mimoze od marakuje i Fogoove vlastite brazilske začinjene Bloody Mary.

Haven Rooftop
Haven Rooftop, koji se nalazi iznad hotela Sanctuary, tokom trajanja Igara prikazivat će Olimpijske igre na svojim televizorima na velikom ekranu. Nudit će autentične caipirinhe i predjela s coxhinom, brazilske krokete od piletine, dostupne do 23. augusta.

Esperanto Fonda
Želite li uzeti neku brazilsku kartu u pokretu? Esperanto u East Villageu upravo je otvorio Esperanto Fondaciju. Ovaj brazilski kafić sadrži stavke poput empanada; bolinhos; ili kolači od bakalara od prženog krumpira s chipotle majonezom domaće proizvodnje; i zdjelu za esperanto. Možete izvaditi hranu ili izabrati hranu u prostoru od 30 mjesta. Esperanto Fonda će također sadržavati caipirinhe, brazilsku sangriju i svježe, tropske sokove.

Za više vijesti o restoranima i putovanjima u New Yorku kliknite ovdje.


Ova olimpijska dijeta#8217 s dijetom omogućava mu 12 paketa bez mamurluka

Zadnji put kada sam vidio trenutnog olimpijskog rekordera i osvajača zlatne medalje Ryana Crousera, imao je jedva dovoljno godina da gleda filmove s ocjenom R. Odlazili smo iz popularnog Brazilca churrascaria Fogo De Chao izašao je u Austinu u Teksasu 2010.

Bio sam Crouserov domaćin na Univerzitetu u Teksasu koji se probijao širom zemlje kako bi odlučio koji će fakultet uvažiti svojim prisustvom kao vodeći srednjoškolac u bacanju kugle i diska na svijetu. U to vrijeme na stolu za Ryana bilo je onoliko ponuda sportskih stipendija koliko je i meso zujalo u zraku u brazilskoj odresci.

On je te večeri izabrao filetan mignon, a kasnije i file file mignon kolegijalnih atletskih institucija, odlučivši da pohađa Univerzitet u Teksasu. Tamo je izgradio bazu koja će ga odvesti do Olimpijskih igara 2016. u Riju, gdje je nedavno oborio 28-godišnji olimpijski rekord u bacanju kugle i osvojio zlatnu medalju s bacanjem 22,52 metra (73,8 stopa).

Nastavljajući svoj vrući niz, Ryan, koji sada ima 23 godine, otišao je odmah iz Rija u Pariz, zatim iz Pariza u Cirih na takmičenju, prije nego što sam ga konačno uspio sustići kako bih saznao kako je olimpijski osvajač zlatne medalje i rekorder u bacanju kugle. bacač jede i trenira kako bi bio broj 1 u svijetu.

Iako je njegov masivni okvir od 7 stopa, skoro 300 kilograma, smanjen na blok od 6 do 6 inča u aplikaciji FaceTime na mom računaru, on je i dalje izgledao znatno veći od malog šteneta od 220 kilograma kojeg se sjećam u šnicli te noći u Austinu. Rekao je da je od Rija bio "lijen", po svojoj mjeri, pao sa 295 na oko 285 funti. Lijen?

“Nisam uspio održati svoje kalorije na uobičajenih 5.000 do 6.000 kalorija dnevno. ”

Ta vrsta unosa zahtijeva posvećenost, rekao je Crouser. Jede pet ili šest puta dnevno, sa oko hiljadu kalorija po obroku-onoliko koliko bi neko na niskokaloričnoj dijeti mogao pojesti tokom cijelog dana. “Na neki način moram se natjerati da se pridržavam plana, jer ako ne ostanem na tome, neću pojesti onoliko koliko bih trebao,##rekao je. “Nemam#8217 potrebu da jedem kako bi neki ljudi mogli zamisliti. ”

Prehrambena piramida Ryana Crousera. Ilustracija The New York Post

Postoji strategija da vam se dnevno unese toliko hrane u lice: dva tresenja ujutro, tako da njegovo tijelo ne shvaća njegovo žvakanje kao znak da shvati da se, o, upravo hranim#8217m Osim toga, ti ukapljeni obroci - obično mješavina zobenih pahuljica s punomasnim mlijekom, maslacem od kikirikija, proteinskim prahom, bobičastim voćem i granolom - zauzimaju manje prostora u njegovom želucu, ostavljajući prostor za kasniji ručak, večeru, drugu večeru i desert kad dođe raspoloženje.

“Ručak je obično moj prvi čvrsti obrok, pa sam do tada već prilično gladan ”, rekao je. “ Obično ću napuniti neke ugljikohidrate poput tjestenine ili macina i sira, par komada kruha, zdjelu pirinča. Zbog proteina pokušavam pojesti oko pola kilograma mesa po obroku, tako da je to obično poput tri do četiri pileća prsa. Povremeno ću jesti malo crvenog mesa, ali uglavnom piletinu ili ribu. I za večeru ću jesti skoro istu stvar, možda ubaciti malo voća i povrća. Ali tada nisam toliko gladan, pa se u tom trenutku normalno tjeram da jedem više nego što želim. ”

Pitajte ga najviše što je pojeo u jednoj sjednici i Crouser ima brz odgovor: oko 5 kilograma, veličine malog djeteta. Ne može čak ni pogoditi kalorije svoje pijanke.

“Bio sam super gladan nakon lude sesije s težinom, pa sam odlučio izvagati se prije i poslije večere. Znao sam da ću puno jesti,##8221 nasmijao se. “Imao sam zdjelu bijelog pirinča, zdjelu smeđeg pirinča, tanjir s piletinom, ogromnu zdjelu macina i sira. Obožavam mac i sir. Odlično povećava težinu zbog svih ugljikohidrata i masti … Pa nakon što sam pojeo sav taj plus desert, popeo sam se na vagu i bio sam 5 kilograma teži nego prije. ”

Niko se ne bi usudio nazvati ga lakim, a njegov impresivan vansezonski kapacitet za noćni izlazak to dokazuje.

“Koliko piva možete popiti i još funkcionirati sljedećeg jutra? ” upitao sam. Opasno pitanje.

“Zavisi od vrste piva. Ako je to nešto jednostavno poput Bud Light-a, mogu uzeti 12 pakovanja i još sljedeće jutro imati učinkovit trening. ”

Zamišljam ga na koledžu kako raznosi ličnu bačvu po zabavama. On je definitivno dovoljno jak da se snađe.

I o tim mišićima. Iako Crouser inzistira na tome da se njegova sposobnost bacanja baca koliko na tehniku, tako i na vrijeme, koliko i na snagu, on i#8217 moraju imati He Man moć da odmaknu to bacanje više od 70 stopa od njega.

I on to čini: Najviše što je rekao da je podigao u jednom čučnju sa kutijom je 700 funti, njegova bench press je oko 500 funti za jedno ponavljanje, a odradio je 440 funti za pet ponavljanja. Podiže šest dana sedmično u međusezoni kako bi održao svoju nadljudsku snagu.

“Još ne dižem mrtvo dizanje, ali povremeno ću baciti 500 funti na šipku za mrtve i napraviti nekoliko ponavljanja samo iz zabave,##rekao je. Tačno. Zabava. “Da pomiješate stvari i napravite malo buke. A moja moć čišćenja je nešto više od 400 funti. ”

Ako računate, to je#8217 šest dana u sedmici dizanja, udaranje u prostoriju s utezima dva puta u tri dana. Oh, plus vežba.

Ilustracija The New York Post

“Obuka je posao sa punim radnim vremenom, ” rekao je. “Uložio sam mnogo sati. ”

Mnogo je sati provedenih u potrazi za jednom vrlo specifičnom stvari: bacanjem male, teške loptice što dalje od čovjeka. Kad se vaša životna potraga može sažeti u nekoliko sekundi videozapisa, koji se vrti prije nego što bacite bacanje, kako vam Crouser ne dosadi? Ključ je, kao i u većini stvari, u raznolikosti.

Za njega to znači miješanje opreme i tehnika za vježbanje u teretani, dodavanje otpora ili zamjena s utega na trake. Ako ga promijenite, nećete imati priliku da vam dosadi ili budete nemirni.

“Najveća stvar za mene kada se nađem na problematičnoj tački je pronaći način da to pomiješam. Čini ga zabavnijim i vidjet ćete veći napredak ", rekao je.

I definitivno bih rekao da je napredak od tog krupnog 17-godišnjaka do masivnog olimpijskog rekordera prije mene prilično zadovoljavajući napredak.

Brandon Drenon je elitni Tier 3+ trener fitnesa i ishrane u New Yorku sa sjedištem u Equinoxu. Prije nego što je postao lični trener, Brandon je bio univerzitetski sportista na Univerzitetu u Teksasu i modni model u New Yorku. On je svoj certifikat za ličnu obuku dobio preko NCSF -a, a nutricionistički certifikat za Precision Nutrition.


Ova olimpijska dijeta#8217 s dijetom omogućava mu 12 paketa bez mamurluka

Zadnji put kada sam vidio trenutnog olimpijskog rekordera i osvajača zlatne medalje Ryana Crousera, imao je jedva dovoljno godina da gleda filmove s ocjenom R. Odlazili smo iz popularnog Brazilca churrascaria Fogo De Chao izašao je u Austinu u Teksasu 2010.

Bio sam Crouserov domaćin na Univerzitetu u Teksasu koji se probijao širom zemlje kako bi odlučio koji će fakultet uvažiti svojim prisustvom kao vodeći srednjoškolac u bacanju kugle i diska na svijetu. U to vrijeme na stolu za Ryana bilo je onoliko ponuda sportskih stipendija koliko je i meso zujalo u zraku u brazilskoj odresci.

On je te večeri izabrao filetan mignon, a kasnije i file file mignon kolegijalnih atletskih institucija, odlučivši da pohađa Univerzitet u Teksasu. Tamo je izgradio bazu koja će ga odvesti do Olimpijskih igara 2016. u Riju, gdje je nedavno oborio 28-godišnji olimpijski rekord u bacanju kugle i osvojio zlatnu medalju s bacanjem 22,52 metra (73,8 stopa).

Nastavljajući svoj vrući niz, Ryan, koji sada ima 23 godine, otišao je odmah iz Rija u Pariz, zatim iz Pariza u Cirih na takmičenju, prije nego što sam ga konačno uspio sustići kako bih saznao kako je olimpijski osvajač zlatne medalje i rekorder u bacanju kugle. bacač jede i trenira kako bi bio broj 1 u svijetu.

Iako je njegov masivni okvir od 7 stopa, skoro 300 kilograma, smanjen na blok od 6 do 6 inča u aplikaciji FaceTime na mom računaru, on je i dalje izgledao znatno veći od malog šteneta od 220 kilograma kojeg se sjećam u šnicli te noći u Austinu. Rekao je da je od Rija bio "lijen", po svojoj mjeri, pao sa 295 na oko 285 funti. Lijen?

“Nisam uspio održati svoje kalorije na uobičajenih 5.000 do 6.000 kalorija dnevno. ”

Ta vrsta unosa zahtijeva posvećenost, rekao je Crouser. Jede pet ili šest puta dnevno, sa oko hiljadu kalorija po obroku-onoliko koliko bi neko na niskokaloričnoj dijeti mogao pojesti tokom cijelog dana. “Na neki način moram se natjerati da se pridržavam plana, jer ako ne ostanem na tome, neću pojesti onoliko koliko bih trebao,##rekao je. “Nemam#8217 potrebu da jedem kako bi neki ljudi mogli zamisliti. ”

Prehrambena piramida Ryana Crousera. Ilustracija The New York Post

Postoji strategija da vam se dnevno unese toliko hrane u lice: dva tresenja ujutro, tako da njegovo tijelo ne shvaća njegovo žvakanje kao znak da shvati da se, o, upravo hranim#8217m Osim toga, ti ukapljeni obroci - obično mješavina zobenih pahuljica s punomasnim mlijekom, maslacem od kikirikija, proteinskim prahom, bobičastim voćem i granolom - zauzimaju manje prostora u njegovom želucu, ostavljajući prostor za kasniji ručak, večeru, drugu večeru i desert kad dođe raspoloženje.

“Ručak je obično moj prvi čvrsti obrok, pa sam do tada već prilično gladan ”, rekao je. “ Obično ću napuniti neke ugljikohidrate poput tjestenine ili macina i sira, par komada kruha, zdjelu pirinča. Zbog proteina pokušavam pojesti oko pola kilograma mesa po obroku, tako da je to obično poput tri do četiri pileća prsa. Povremeno ću jesti malo crvenog mesa, ali uglavnom piletinu ili ribu. I za večeru ću jesti skoro istu stvar, možda ubaciti malo voća i povrća. Ali tada nisam toliko gladan, pa se u tom trenutku normalno tjeram da jedem više nego što želim. ”

Pitajte ga najviše što je pojeo u jednoj sjednici i Crouser ima brz odgovor: oko 5 kilograma, veličine malog djeteta. Ne može čak ni pogoditi kalorije svoje pijanke.

“Bio sam super gladan nakon lude sesije s težinom, pa sam odlučio izvagati se prije i poslije večere. Znao sam da ću puno jesti,##8221 nasmijao se. “Imao sam zdjelu bijelog pirinča, zdjelu smeđeg pirinča, tanjir s piletinom, ogromnu zdjelu macina i sira. Obožavam mac i sir. Odlično povećava težinu zbog svih ugljikohidrata i masti … Pa nakon što sam pojeo sav taj plus desert, popeo sam se na vagu i bio sam 5 kilograma teži nego prije. ”

Niko se ne bi usudio nazvati ga lakim, a njegov impresivan vansezonski kapacitet za noćni izlazak to dokazuje.

“Koliko piva možete popiti i još funkcionirati sljedećeg jutra? ” upitao sam. Opasno pitanje.

“Zavisi od vrste piva. Ako je to nešto jednostavno poput Bud Light-a, mogu uzeti 12 pakovanja i još sljedeće jutro imati učinkovit trening. ”

Zamišljam ga na koledžu kako raznosi ličnu bačvu po zabavama. On je definitivno dovoljno jak da se snađe.

I o tim mišićima. Iako Crouser inzistira na tome da se njegova sposobnost bacanja baca koliko na tehniku, tako i na vrijeme, koliko i na snagu, on i#8217 moraju imati He Man moć da odmaknu to bacanje više od 70 stopa od njega.

I on to čini: Najviše što je rekao da je podigao u jednom čučnju sa kutijom je 700 funti, njegova bench press je oko 500 funti za jedno ponavljanje, a odradio je 440 funti za pet ponavljanja. Podiže šest dana sedmično u međusezoni kako bi održao svoju nadljudsku snagu.

“Još ne dižem mrtvo dizanje, ali povremeno ću baciti 500 funti na šipku za mrtve i napraviti nekoliko ponavljanja samo iz zabave,##rekao je. Tačno. Zabava. “Da pomiješate stvari i napravite malo buke. A moja moć čišćenja je nešto više od 400 funti. ”

Ako računate, to je#8217 šest dana u sedmici dizanja, udaranje u prostoriju s utezima dva puta u tri dana. Oh, plus vežba.

Ilustracija The New York Post

“Obuka je posao sa punim radnim vremenom, ” rekao je. “Uložio sam mnogo sati. ”

Mnogo je sati provedenih u potrazi za jednom vrlo specifičnom stvari: bacanjem male, teške loptice što dalje od čovjeka. Kad se vaša životna potraga može sažeti u nekoliko sekundi videozapisa, koji se vrti prije nego što bacite bacanje, kako vam Crouser ne dosadi? Ključ je, kao i u većini stvari, u raznolikosti.

Za njega to znači miješanje opreme i tehnika za vježbanje u teretani, dodavanje otpora ili zamjena s utega na trake. Ako ga promijenite, nećete imati priliku da vam dosadi ili budete nemirni.

“Najveća stvar za mene kada se nađem na problematičnoj tački je pronaći način da to pomiješam. Čini ga zabavnijim i vidjet ćete veći napredak ", rekao je.

I definitivno bih rekao da je napredak od tog krupnog 17-godišnjaka do masivnog olimpijskog rekordera prije mene prilično zadovoljavajući napredak.

Brandon Drenon je elitni Tier 3+ trener fitnesa i ishrane u New Yorku sa sjedištem u Equinoxu. Prije nego što je postao lični trener, Brandon je bio univerzitetski sportista na Univerzitetu u Teksasu i modni model u New Yorku. On je svoj certifikat za ličnu obuku dobio preko NCSF -a, a nutricionistički certifikat za Precision Nutrition.


Ova olimpijska dijeta#8217 s dijetom omogućava mu 12 paketa bez mamurluka

Zadnji put kada sam vidio trenutnog olimpijskog rekordera i osvajača zlatne medalje Ryana Crousera, imao je jedva dovoljno godina da gleda filmove s ocjenom R. Odlazili smo iz popularnog Brazilca churrascaria Fogo De Chao izašao je u Austinu u Teksasu 2010.

Bio sam Crouserov domaćin na Univerzitetu u Teksasu koji se probijao širom zemlje kako bi odlučio koji će fakultet uvažiti svojim prisustvom kao vodeći srednjoškolac u bacanju kugle i diska na svijetu. U to vrijeme na stolu za Ryana bilo je onoliko ponuda sportskih stipendija koliko je i meso zujalo u zraku u brazilskoj odresci.

On je te večeri izabrao filetan mignon, a kasnije i file file mignon kolegijalnih atletskih institucija, odlučivši da pohađa Univerzitet u Teksasu. Tamo je izgradio bazu koja će ga odvesti do Olimpijskih igara 2016. u Riju, gdje je nedavno oborio 28-godišnji olimpijski rekord u bacanju kugle i osvojio zlatnu medalju s bacanjem 22,52 metra (73,8 stopa).

Nastavljajući svoj vrući niz, Ryan, koji sada ima 23 godine, otišao je odmah iz Rija u Pariz, zatim iz Pariza u Cirih na takmičenju, prije nego što sam ga konačno uspio sustići kako bih saznao kako je olimpijski osvajač zlatne medalje i rekorder u bacanju kugle. bacač jede i trenira kako bi bio broj 1 u svijetu.

Iako je njegov masivni okvir od 7 stopa, skoro 300 kilograma, smanjen na blok od 6 do 6 inča u aplikaciji FaceTime na mom računaru, on je i dalje izgledao znatno veći od malog šteneta od 220 kilograma kojeg se sjećam u šnicli te noći u Austinu. Rekao je da je od Rija bio "lijen", po svojoj mjeri, pao sa 295 na oko 285 funti. Lijen?

“Nisam uspio održati svoje kalorije na uobičajenih 5.000 do 6.000 kalorija dnevno. ”

Ta vrsta unosa zahtijeva posvećenost, rekao je Crouser. Jede pet ili šest puta dnevno, sa oko hiljadu kalorija po obroku-onoliko koliko bi neko na niskokaloričnoj dijeti mogao pojesti tokom cijelog dana. “Na neki način moram se natjerati da se pridržavam plana, jer ako ne ostanem na tome, neću pojesti onoliko koliko bih trebao,##rekao je. “Nemam#8217 potrebu da jedem kako bi neki ljudi mogli zamisliti. ”

Prehrambena piramida Ryana Crousera. Ilustracija The New York Post

Postoji strategija da vam se dnevno unese toliko hrane u lice: dva tresenja ujutro, tako da njegovo tijelo ne shvaća njegovo žvakanje kao znak da shvati da se, o, upravo hranim#8217m Osim toga, ti ukapljeni obroci - obično mješavina zobenih pahuljica s punomasnim mlijekom, maslacem od kikirikija, proteinskim prahom, bobičastim voćem i granolom - zauzimaju manje prostora u njegovom želucu, ostavljajući prostor za kasniji ručak, večeru, drugu večeru i desert kad dođe raspoloženje.

“Ručak je obično moj prvi čvrsti obrok, pa sam do tada već prilično gladan ”, rekao je. “ Obično ću napuniti neke ugljikohidrate poput tjestenine ili macina i sira, par komada kruha, zdjelu pirinča. Zbog proteina pokušavam pojesti oko pola kilograma mesa po obroku, tako da je to obično poput tri do četiri pileća prsa. Povremeno ću jesti malo crvenog mesa, ali uglavnom piletinu ili ribu. I za večeru ću jesti skoro istu stvar, možda ubaciti malo voća i povrća. Ali tada nisam toliko gladan, pa se u tom trenutku normalno tjeram da jedem više nego što želim. ”

Pitajte ga najviše što je pojeo u jednoj sjednici i Crouser ima brz odgovor: oko 5 kilograma, veličine malog djeteta. Ne može čak ni pogoditi kalorije svoje pijanke.

“Bio sam super gladan nakon lude sesije s težinom, pa sam odlučio izvagati se prije i poslije večere. Znao sam da ću puno jesti,##8221 nasmijao se. “Imao sam zdjelu bijelog pirinča, zdjelu smeđeg pirinča, tanjir s piletinom, ogromnu zdjelu macina i sira. Obožavam mac i sir. Odlično povećava težinu zbog svih ugljikohidrata i masti … Pa nakon što sam pojeo sav taj plus desert, popeo sam se na vagu i bio sam 5 kilograma teži nego prije. ”

Niko se ne bi usudio nazvati ga lakim, a njegov impresivan vansezonski kapacitet za noćni izlazak to dokazuje.

“Koliko piva možete popiti i još funkcionirati sljedećeg jutra? ” upitao sam. Opasno pitanje.

“Zavisi od vrste piva. Ako je to nešto jednostavno poput Bud Light-a, mogu uzeti 12 pakovanja i još sljedeće jutro imati učinkovit trening. ”

Zamišljam ga na koledžu kako raznosi ličnu bačvu po zabavama. On je definitivno dovoljno jak da se snađe.

I o tim mišićima. Iako Crouser inzistira na tome da se njegova sposobnost bacanja baca koliko na tehniku, tako i na vrijeme, koliko i na snagu, on i#8217 moraju imati He Man moć da odmaknu to bacanje više od 70 stopa od njega.

I on to čini: Najviše što je rekao da je podigao u jednom čučnju sa kutijom je 700 funti, njegova bench press je oko 500 funti za jedno ponavljanje, a odradio je 440 funti za pet ponavljanja. Podiže šest dana sedmično u međusezoni kako bi održao svoju nadljudsku snagu.

“Još ne dižem mrtvo dizanje, ali povremeno ću baciti 500 funti na šipku za mrtve i napraviti nekoliko ponavljanja samo iz zabave,##rekao je. Tačno. Zabava. “Da pomiješate stvari i napravite malo buke. A moja moć čišćenja je nešto više od 400 funti. ”

Ako računate, to je#8217 šest dana u sedmici dizanja, udaranje u prostoriju s utezima dva puta u tri dana. Oh, plus vežba.

Ilustracija The New York Post

“Obuka je posao sa punim radnim vremenom, ” rekao je. “Uložio sam mnogo sati. ”

Mnogo je sati provedenih u potrazi za jednom vrlo specifičnom stvari: bacanjem male, teške loptice što dalje od čovjeka. Kad se vaša životna potraga može sažeti u nekoliko sekundi videozapisa, koji se vrti prije nego što bacite bacanje, kako vam Crouser ne dosadi? Ključ je, kao i u većini stvari, u raznolikosti.

Za njega to znači miješanje opreme i tehnika za vježbanje u teretani, dodavanje otpora ili zamjena s utega na trake. Ako ga promijenite, nećete imati priliku da vam dosadi ili budete nemirni.

“Najveća stvar za mene kada se nađem na problematičnoj tački je pronaći način da to pomiješam. Čini ga zabavnijim i vidjet ćete veći napredak ", rekao je.

I definitivno bih rekao da je napredak od tog krupnog 17-godišnjaka do masivnog olimpijskog rekordera prije mene prilično zadovoljavajući napredak.

Brandon Drenon je elitni Tier 3+ trener fitnesa i ishrane u New Yorku sa sjedištem u Equinoxu. Prije nego što je postao lični trener, Brandon je bio univerzitetski sportista na Univerzitetu u Teksasu i modni model u New Yorku. On je svoj certifikat za ličnu obuku dobio preko NCSF -a, a nutricionistički certifikat za Precision Nutrition.


Ova olimpijska dijeta#8217 s dijetom omogućava mu 12 paketa bez mamurluka

Zadnji put kada sam vidio trenutnog olimpijskog rekordera i osvajača zlatne medalje Ryana Crousera, imao je jedva dovoljno godina da gleda filmove s ocjenom R. Odlazili smo iz popularnog Brazilca churrascaria Fogo De Chao izašao je u Austinu u Teksasu 2010.

Bio sam Crouserov domaćin na Univerzitetu u Teksasu koji se probijao širom zemlje kako bi odlučio koji će fakultet uvažiti svojim prisustvom kao vodeći srednjoškolac u bacanju kugle i diska na svijetu. U to vrijeme na stolu za Ryana bilo je onoliko ponuda sportskih stipendija koliko je i meso zujalo u zraku u brazilskoj odresci.

On je te večeri izabrao filetan mignon, a kasnije i file file mignon kolegijalnih atletskih institucija, odlučivši da pohađa Univerzitet u Teksasu. Tamo je izgradio bazu koja će ga odvesti do Olimpijskih igara 2016. u Riju, gdje je nedavno oborio 28-godišnji olimpijski rekord u bacanju kugle i osvojio zlatnu medalju s bacanjem 22,52 metra (73,8 stopa).

Nastavljajući svoj vrući niz, Ryan, koji sada ima 23 godine, otišao je odmah iz Rija u Pariz, zatim iz Pariza u Cirih na takmičenju, prije nego što sam ga konačno uspio sustići kako bih saznao kako je olimpijski osvajač zlatne medalje i rekorder u bacanju kugle. bacač jede i trenira kako bi bio broj 1 u svijetu.

Iako je njegov masivni okvir od 7 stopa, skoro 300 kilograma, smanjen na blok od 6 do 6 inča u aplikaciji FaceTime na mom računaru, on je i dalje izgledao znatno veći od malog šteneta od 220 kilograma kojeg se sjećam u šnicli te noći u Austinu. Rekao je da je od Rija bio "lijen", po svojoj mjeri, pao sa 295 na oko 285 funti. Lijen?

“Nisam uspio održati svoje kalorije na uobičajenih 5.000 do 6.000 kalorija dnevno. ”

Ta vrsta unosa zahtijeva posvećenost, rekao je Crouser. Jede pet ili šest puta dnevno, sa oko hiljadu kalorija po obroku-onoliko koliko bi neko na niskokaloričnoj dijeti mogao pojesti tokom cijelog dana. “Na neki način moram se natjerati da se pridržavam plana, jer ako ne ostanem na tome, neću pojesti onoliko koliko bih trebao,##rekao je. “Nemam#8217 potrebu da jedem kako bi neki ljudi mogli zamisliti. ”

Prehrambena piramida Ryana Crousera. Ilustracija The New York Post

Postoji strategija da vam se dnevno unese toliko hrane u lice: dva tresenja ujutro, tako da njegovo tijelo ne shvaća njegovo žvakanje kao znak da shvati da se, o, upravo hranim#8217m Osim toga, ti ukapljeni obroci - obično mješavina zobenih pahuljica s punomasnim mlijekom, maslacem od kikirikija, proteinskim prahom, bobičastim voćem i granolom - zauzimaju manje prostora u njegovom želucu, ostavljajući prostor za kasniji ručak, večeru, drugu večeru i desert kad dođe raspoloženje.

“Ručak je obično moj prvi čvrsti obrok, pa sam do tada već prilično gladan ”, rekao je. “ Obično ću napuniti neke ugljikohidrate poput tjestenine ili macina i sira, par komada kruha, zdjelu pirinča. Zbog proteina pokušavam pojesti oko pola kilograma mesa po obroku, tako da je to obično poput tri do četiri pileća prsa. Povremeno ću jesti malo crvenog mesa, ali uglavnom piletinu ili ribu. I za večeru ću jesti skoro istu stvar, možda ubaciti malo voća i povrća. Ali tada nisam toliko gladan, pa se u tom trenutku normalno tjeram da jedem više nego što želim. ”

Pitajte ga najviše što je pojeo u jednoj sjednici i Crouser ima brz odgovor: oko 5 kilograma, veličine malog djeteta. Ne može čak ni pogoditi kalorije svoje pijanke.

“Bio sam super gladan nakon lude sesije s težinom, pa sam odlučio izvagati se prije i poslije večere. Znao sam da ću puno jesti,##8221 nasmijao se. “Imao sam zdjelu bijelog pirinča, zdjelu smeđeg pirinča, tanjir s piletinom, ogromnu zdjelu macina i sira. Obožavam mac i sir. Odlično povećava težinu zbog svih ugljikohidrata i masti … Pa nakon što sam pojeo sav taj plus desert, popeo sam se na vagu i bio sam 5 kilograma teži nego prije. ”

Niko se ne bi usudio nazvati ga lakim, a njegov impresivan vansezonski kapacitet za noćni izlazak to dokazuje.

“Koliko piva možete popiti i još funkcionirati sljedećeg jutra? ” upitao sam. Opasno pitanje.

“Zavisi od vrste piva. Ako je to nešto jednostavno poput Bud Light-a, mogu uzeti 12 pakovanja i još sljedeće jutro imati učinkovit trening. ”

Zamišljam ga na koledžu kako raznosi ličnu bačvu po zabavama. On je definitivno dovoljno jak da se snađe.

I o tim mišićima. Iako Crouser inzistira na tome da se njegova sposobnost bacanja baca koliko na tehniku, tako i na vrijeme, koliko i na snagu, on i#8217 moraju imati He Man moć da odmaknu to bacanje više od 70 stopa od njega.

I on to čini: Najviše što je rekao da je podigao u jednom čučnju sa kutijom je 700 funti, njegova bench press je oko 500 funti za jedno ponavljanje, a odradio je 440 funti za pet ponavljanja. Podiže šest dana sedmično u međusezoni kako bi održao svoju nadljudsku snagu.

“Još ne dižem mrtvo dizanje, ali povremeno ću baciti 500 funti na šipku za mrtve i napraviti nekoliko ponavljanja samo iz zabave,##rekao je. Tačno. Zabava. “Da pomiješate stvari i napravite malo buke. A moja moć čišćenja je nešto više od 400 funti. ”

Ako računate, to je#8217 šest dana u sedmici dizanja, udaranje u prostoriju s utezima dva puta u tri dana. Oh, plus vežba.

Ilustracija The New York Post

“Obuka je posao sa punim radnim vremenom, ” rekao je. “Uložio sam mnogo sati. ”

Mnogo je sati provedenih u potrazi za jednom vrlo specifičnom stvari: bacanjem male, teške loptice što dalje od čovjeka. Kad se vaša životna potraga može sažeti u nekoliko sekundi videozapisa, koji se vrti prije nego što bacite bacanje, kako vam Crouser ne dosadi? Ključ je, kao i u većini stvari, u raznolikosti.

Za njega to znači miješanje opreme i tehnika za vježbanje u teretani, dodavanje otpora ili zamjena s utega na trake. Ako ga promijenite, nećete imati priliku da vam dosadi ili budete nemirni.

“Najveća stvar za mene kada se nađem na problematičnoj tački je pronaći način da to pomiješam. Čini ga zabavnijim i vidjet ćete veći napredak ", rekao je.

I definitivno bih rekao da je napredak od tog krupnog 17-godišnjaka do masivnog olimpijskog rekordera prije mene prilično zadovoljavajući napredak.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


This Olympian’s diet allows him a 12-pack with no hangover

The last time I saw current Olympic record holder and gold medalist Ryan Crouser, he was barely old enough to watch R-rated movies. We were leaving the popular Brazilian churrascaria Fogo De Chao out in Austin, Texas, in 2010.

I was Crouser’s host at the University of Texas as he made his way across the country to decide which college he would grace with his presence as the leading high school shot put and discus thrower in the world. At that time, there were as many athletic scholarship offers on the table for Ryan as there were meats buzzing in the air at the Brazilian steakhouse.

He chose the filet mignon that night, and later the filet mignon of collegiate athletic institutions by deciding to attend the University of Texas. It was there he built the base that would propel him to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, where he recently broke the 28-year standing Olympic shot put record and won the gold medal with a throw of 22.52 meters (73.8 feet).

Continuing his hot streak, Ryan, now 23, went immediately from Rio to Paris, then from Paris to Zurich in competition, before I was finally able to catch up with him to find out exactly how an Olympic gold medalist and record-holding shot put thrower eats and trains in order to be No. 1 in the world.

Even though his massive, 6-foot-7, nearly 300-pound frame was reduced to a 6-by-6-inch block on my computer’s FaceTime app, he still looked massively bigger than the little 220-pound puppy I remember him as at the steakhouse that night in Austin. He said that since Rio, he’s been “lazy,” by his own measure, dropping from 295 to about 285 pounds. Lazy?

“I haven’t been able to keep my calories up to the usual 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day.”

That kind of intake requires dedication, Crouser said. He eats five or six times a day, at about a thousand calories per meal — as much as someone on a low-calorie diet might eat in an entire day. “I kind of have to make myself stick to a plan because if I don’t stay on top of it, I won’t eat as much as I should,” he said. “I don’t have the urge to eat like some people might imagine.”

The Ryan Crouser shot-putter diet pyramid. Illustration by The New York Post

There’s a strategy to getting that much food into your face every day: Two shakes in the morning, so that his body doesn’t take his chewing as a cue to realize that, oh, I’m being fed right now. Plus, those liquefied meals — usually a blend of oatmeal with whole milk, peanut butter, protein powder, berries and granola — take up less space in his stomach, leaving room for later lunch, dinner, second dinner and dessert when the mood strikes.

“Lunch is usually my first solid meal, so by then I’m pretty hungry,” he said. “I’ll normally load up on some carbs like pasta or mac and cheese, a couple of pieces of bread, a bowl of rice. For protein I try to eat about a pound of meat per meal, so that’s usually like three to four chicken breasts. Occasionally I will eat some red meat, but mostly chicken or fish. And dinner I’ll eat pretty much the same thing, maybe throw in some fruit and vegetables. But I’m not as hungry then, so I’m normally forcing myself at that point to eat more than I want to.”

Ask him the most he’s eaten in one sitting and Crouser has a quick answer: about 5 pounds, the size of a small infant. He can’t even guess at the calories of his binge.

“I was super-hungry after a crazy weight session, so I decided to weigh myself before and after dinner. I knew I was going to eat a lot,” he laughed. “I had a bowl of white rice, a bowl of brown rice, a plate stacked with chicken, a giant bowl of mac and cheese. I love mac and cheese. It’s a great weight gainer because of all the carbs and fat … So after I ate all that plus dessert, I got on the scale and I was 5 pounds heavier than before.”

Nobody would dare call him a lightweight, and his impressive offseason capacity for a night out proves the point.

“How many beers can you drink and still function the next morning?” I asked. Dangerous question.

“It depends on the type of beer. If it’s something easy like a Bud Light, I can take down a 12-pack and still have an effective workout the next morning.”

I imagine him in college, toting a personal keg around to parties. He’s definitely strong enough to get it around.

And about those muscles. Though Crouser insists that his shot put ability is as much about technique and timing as it is strength, he’s gotta have He Man power to get that shot put more than 70 feet away from him.

And he does: The most he said he’s lifted in a single box squat is 700 pounds, his bench press is about 500 pounds for a single rep, and he has done 440 pounds for five reps. He lifts six days a week in the offseason in order to maintain his superhuman strength.

“I don’t deadlift much, but occasionally I’ll throw 500 pounds on the bar for deads and do a few reps just for fun,” he said. Tačno. Fun. “To mix things up and make some noise. And my power clean is just over 400 pounds.”

If you’re counting, that’s six days a week of lifting, hitting the weight room twice on three of those days. Oh, plus practice.

Illustration by The New York Post

“Training is a full-time job,” he said. “I put in a lot of hours.”

It’s a lot of hours spent in pursuit of one very specific thing: throwing a small, heavy ball as far away as humanly possible. When your life’s pursuit can be summed up in a few seconds of video, whirling around before flinging the shot put away, how does Crouser not get bored? The key, as in most things, is in variety.

For him, that means mixing up weight training equipment and techniques in the gym, adding resistance or swapping from weights to bands. If you change it up, you don’t get a chance to get bored or restless.

“The biggest thing for me when I find myself at a sticking point is to find a way to mix it up. It makes it more fun and you see more progress,” he said.

And I’d definitely say that going from that burly 17-year-old to the massive Olympic record-holder before me is pretty satisfying progress.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


This Olympian’s diet allows him a 12-pack with no hangover

The last time I saw current Olympic record holder and gold medalist Ryan Crouser, he was barely old enough to watch R-rated movies. We were leaving the popular Brazilian churrascaria Fogo De Chao out in Austin, Texas, in 2010.

I was Crouser’s host at the University of Texas as he made his way across the country to decide which college he would grace with his presence as the leading high school shot put and discus thrower in the world. At that time, there were as many athletic scholarship offers on the table for Ryan as there were meats buzzing in the air at the Brazilian steakhouse.

He chose the filet mignon that night, and later the filet mignon of collegiate athletic institutions by deciding to attend the University of Texas. It was there he built the base that would propel him to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, where he recently broke the 28-year standing Olympic shot put record and won the gold medal with a throw of 22.52 meters (73.8 feet).

Continuing his hot streak, Ryan, now 23, went immediately from Rio to Paris, then from Paris to Zurich in competition, before I was finally able to catch up with him to find out exactly how an Olympic gold medalist and record-holding shot put thrower eats and trains in order to be No. 1 in the world.

Even though his massive, 6-foot-7, nearly 300-pound frame was reduced to a 6-by-6-inch block on my computer’s FaceTime app, he still looked massively bigger than the little 220-pound puppy I remember him as at the steakhouse that night in Austin. He said that since Rio, he’s been “lazy,” by his own measure, dropping from 295 to about 285 pounds. Lazy?

“I haven’t been able to keep my calories up to the usual 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day.”

That kind of intake requires dedication, Crouser said. He eats five or six times a day, at about a thousand calories per meal — as much as someone on a low-calorie diet might eat in an entire day. “I kind of have to make myself stick to a plan because if I don’t stay on top of it, I won’t eat as much as I should,” he said. “I don’t have the urge to eat like some people might imagine.”

The Ryan Crouser shot-putter diet pyramid. Illustration by The New York Post

There’s a strategy to getting that much food into your face every day: Two shakes in the morning, so that his body doesn’t take his chewing as a cue to realize that, oh, I’m being fed right now. Plus, those liquefied meals — usually a blend of oatmeal with whole milk, peanut butter, protein powder, berries and granola — take up less space in his stomach, leaving room for later lunch, dinner, second dinner and dessert when the mood strikes.

“Lunch is usually my first solid meal, so by then I’m pretty hungry,” he said. “I’ll normally load up on some carbs like pasta or mac and cheese, a couple of pieces of bread, a bowl of rice. For protein I try to eat about a pound of meat per meal, so that’s usually like three to four chicken breasts. Occasionally I will eat some red meat, but mostly chicken or fish. And dinner I’ll eat pretty much the same thing, maybe throw in some fruit and vegetables. But I’m not as hungry then, so I’m normally forcing myself at that point to eat more than I want to.”

Ask him the most he’s eaten in one sitting and Crouser has a quick answer: about 5 pounds, the size of a small infant. He can’t even guess at the calories of his binge.

“I was super-hungry after a crazy weight session, so I decided to weigh myself before and after dinner. I knew I was going to eat a lot,” he laughed. “I had a bowl of white rice, a bowl of brown rice, a plate stacked with chicken, a giant bowl of mac and cheese. I love mac and cheese. It’s a great weight gainer because of all the carbs and fat … So after I ate all that plus dessert, I got on the scale and I was 5 pounds heavier than before.”

Nobody would dare call him a lightweight, and his impressive offseason capacity for a night out proves the point.

“How many beers can you drink and still function the next morning?” I asked. Dangerous question.

“It depends on the type of beer. If it’s something easy like a Bud Light, I can take down a 12-pack and still have an effective workout the next morning.”

I imagine him in college, toting a personal keg around to parties. He’s definitely strong enough to get it around.

And about those muscles. Though Crouser insists that his shot put ability is as much about technique and timing as it is strength, he’s gotta have He Man power to get that shot put more than 70 feet away from him.

And he does: The most he said he’s lifted in a single box squat is 700 pounds, his bench press is about 500 pounds for a single rep, and he has done 440 pounds for five reps. He lifts six days a week in the offseason in order to maintain his superhuman strength.

“I don’t deadlift much, but occasionally I’ll throw 500 pounds on the bar for deads and do a few reps just for fun,” he said. Tačno. Fun. “To mix things up and make some noise. And my power clean is just over 400 pounds.”

If you’re counting, that’s six days a week of lifting, hitting the weight room twice on three of those days. Oh, plus practice.

Illustration by The New York Post

“Training is a full-time job,” he said. “I put in a lot of hours.”

It’s a lot of hours spent in pursuit of one very specific thing: throwing a small, heavy ball as far away as humanly possible. When your life’s pursuit can be summed up in a few seconds of video, whirling around before flinging the shot put away, how does Crouser not get bored? The key, as in most things, is in variety.

For him, that means mixing up weight training equipment and techniques in the gym, adding resistance or swapping from weights to bands. If you change it up, you don’t get a chance to get bored or restless.

“The biggest thing for me when I find myself at a sticking point is to find a way to mix it up. It makes it more fun and you see more progress,” he said.

And I’d definitely say that going from that burly 17-year-old to the massive Olympic record-holder before me is pretty satisfying progress.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


This Olympian’s diet allows him a 12-pack with no hangover

The last time I saw current Olympic record holder and gold medalist Ryan Crouser, he was barely old enough to watch R-rated movies. We were leaving the popular Brazilian churrascaria Fogo De Chao out in Austin, Texas, in 2010.

I was Crouser’s host at the University of Texas as he made his way across the country to decide which college he would grace with his presence as the leading high school shot put and discus thrower in the world. At that time, there were as many athletic scholarship offers on the table for Ryan as there were meats buzzing in the air at the Brazilian steakhouse.

He chose the filet mignon that night, and later the filet mignon of collegiate athletic institutions by deciding to attend the University of Texas. It was there he built the base that would propel him to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, where he recently broke the 28-year standing Olympic shot put record and won the gold medal with a throw of 22.52 meters (73.8 feet).

Continuing his hot streak, Ryan, now 23, went immediately from Rio to Paris, then from Paris to Zurich in competition, before I was finally able to catch up with him to find out exactly how an Olympic gold medalist and record-holding shot put thrower eats and trains in order to be No. 1 in the world.

Even though his massive, 6-foot-7, nearly 300-pound frame was reduced to a 6-by-6-inch block on my computer’s FaceTime app, he still looked massively bigger than the little 220-pound puppy I remember him as at the steakhouse that night in Austin. He said that since Rio, he’s been “lazy,” by his own measure, dropping from 295 to about 285 pounds. Lazy?

“I haven’t been able to keep my calories up to the usual 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day.”

That kind of intake requires dedication, Crouser said. He eats five or six times a day, at about a thousand calories per meal — as much as someone on a low-calorie diet might eat in an entire day. “I kind of have to make myself stick to a plan because if I don’t stay on top of it, I won’t eat as much as I should,” he said. “I don’t have the urge to eat like some people might imagine.”

The Ryan Crouser shot-putter diet pyramid. Illustration by The New York Post

There’s a strategy to getting that much food into your face every day: Two shakes in the morning, so that his body doesn’t take his chewing as a cue to realize that, oh, I’m being fed right now. Plus, those liquefied meals — usually a blend of oatmeal with whole milk, peanut butter, protein powder, berries and granola — take up less space in his stomach, leaving room for later lunch, dinner, second dinner and dessert when the mood strikes.

“Lunch is usually my first solid meal, so by then I’m pretty hungry,” he said. “I’ll normally load up on some carbs like pasta or mac and cheese, a couple of pieces of bread, a bowl of rice. For protein I try to eat about a pound of meat per meal, so that’s usually like three to four chicken breasts. Occasionally I will eat some red meat, but mostly chicken or fish. And dinner I’ll eat pretty much the same thing, maybe throw in some fruit and vegetables. But I’m not as hungry then, so I’m normally forcing myself at that point to eat more than I want to.”

Ask him the most he’s eaten in one sitting and Crouser has a quick answer: about 5 pounds, the size of a small infant. He can’t even guess at the calories of his binge.

“I was super-hungry after a crazy weight session, so I decided to weigh myself before and after dinner. I knew I was going to eat a lot,” he laughed. “I had a bowl of white rice, a bowl of brown rice, a plate stacked with chicken, a giant bowl of mac and cheese. I love mac and cheese. It’s a great weight gainer because of all the carbs and fat … So after I ate all that plus dessert, I got on the scale and I was 5 pounds heavier than before.”

Nobody would dare call him a lightweight, and his impressive offseason capacity for a night out proves the point.

“How many beers can you drink and still function the next morning?” I asked. Dangerous question.

“It depends on the type of beer. If it’s something easy like a Bud Light, I can take down a 12-pack and still have an effective workout the next morning.”

I imagine him in college, toting a personal keg around to parties. He’s definitely strong enough to get it around.

And about those muscles. Though Crouser insists that his shot put ability is as much about technique and timing as it is strength, he’s gotta have He Man power to get that shot put more than 70 feet away from him.

And he does: The most he said he’s lifted in a single box squat is 700 pounds, his bench press is about 500 pounds for a single rep, and he has done 440 pounds for five reps. He lifts six days a week in the offseason in order to maintain his superhuman strength.

“I don’t deadlift much, but occasionally I’ll throw 500 pounds on the bar for deads and do a few reps just for fun,” he said. Tačno. Fun. “To mix things up and make some noise. And my power clean is just over 400 pounds.”

If you’re counting, that’s six days a week of lifting, hitting the weight room twice on three of those days. Oh, plus practice.

Illustration by The New York Post

“Training is a full-time job,” he said. “I put in a lot of hours.”

It’s a lot of hours spent in pursuit of one very specific thing: throwing a small, heavy ball as far away as humanly possible. When your life’s pursuit can be summed up in a few seconds of video, whirling around before flinging the shot put away, how does Crouser not get bored? The key, as in most things, is in variety.

For him, that means mixing up weight training equipment and techniques in the gym, adding resistance or swapping from weights to bands. If you change it up, you don’t get a chance to get bored or restless.

“The biggest thing for me when I find myself at a sticking point is to find a way to mix it up. It makes it more fun and you see more progress,” he said.

And I’d definitely say that going from that burly 17-year-old to the massive Olympic record-holder before me is pretty satisfying progress.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


This Olympian’s diet allows him a 12-pack with no hangover

The last time I saw current Olympic record holder and gold medalist Ryan Crouser, he was barely old enough to watch R-rated movies. We were leaving the popular Brazilian churrascaria Fogo De Chao out in Austin, Texas, in 2010.

I was Crouser’s host at the University of Texas as he made his way across the country to decide which college he would grace with his presence as the leading high school shot put and discus thrower in the world. At that time, there were as many athletic scholarship offers on the table for Ryan as there were meats buzzing in the air at the Brazilian steakhouse.

He chose the filet mignon that night, and later the filet mignon of collegiate athletic institutions by deciding to attend the University of Texas. It was there he built the base that would propel him to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, where he recently broke the 28-year standing Olympic shot put record and won the gold medal with a throw of 22.52 meters (73.8 feet).

Continuing his hot streak, Ryan, now 23, went immediately from Rio to Paris, then from Paris to Zurich in competition, before I was finally able to catch up with him to find out exactly how an Olympic gold medalist and record-holding shot put thrower eats and trains in order to be No. 1 in the world.

Even though his massive, 6-foot-7, nearly 300-pound frame was reduced to a 6-by-6-inch block on my computer’s FaceTime app, he still looked massively bigger than the little 220-pound puppy I remember him as at the steakhouse that night in Austin. He said that since Rio, he’s been “lazy,” by his own measure, dropping from 295 to about 285 pounds. Lazy?

“I haven’t been able to keep my calories up to the usual 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day.”

That kind of intake requires dedication, Crouser said. He eats five or six times a day, at about a thousand calories per meal — as much as someone on a low-calorie diet might eat in an entire day. “I kind of have to make myself stick to a plan because if I don’t stay on top of it, I won’t eat as much as I should,” he said. “I don’t have the urge to eat like some people might imagine.”

The Ryan Crouser shot-putter diet pyramid. Illustration by The New York Post

There’s a strategy to getting that much food into your face every day: Two shakes in the morning, so that his body doesn’t take his chewing as a cue to realize that, oh, I’m being fed right now. Plus, those liquefied meals — usually a blend of oatmeal with whole milk, peanut butter, protein powder, berries and granola — take up less space in his stomach, leaving room for later lunch, dinner, second dinner and dessert when the mood strikes.

“Lunch is usually my first solid meal, so by then I’m pretty hungry,” he said. “I’ll normally load up on some carbs like pasta or mac and cheese, a couple of pieces of bread, a bowl of rice. For protein I try to eat about a pound of meat per meal, so that’s usually like three to four chicken breasts. Occasionally I will eat some red meat, but mostly chicken or fish. And dinner I’ll eat pretty much the same thing, maybe throw in some fruit and vegetables. But I’m not as hungry then, so I’m normally forcing myself at that point to eat more than I want to.”

Ask him the most he’s eaten in one sitting and Crouser has a quick answer: about 5 pounds, the size of a small infant. He can’t even guess at the calories of his binge.

“I was super-hungry after a crazy weight session, so I decided to weigh myself before and after dinner. I knew I was going to eat a lot,” he laughed. “I had a bowl of white rice, a bowl of brown rice, a plate stacked with chicken, a giant bowl of mac and cheese. I love mac and cheese. It’s a great weight gainer because of all the carbs and fat … So after I ate all that plus dessert, I got on the scale and I was 5 pounds heavier than before.”

Nobody would dare call him a lightweight, and his impressive offseason capacity for a night out proves the point.

“How many beers can you drink and still function the next morning?” I asked. Dangerous question.

“It depends on the type of beer. If it’s something easy like a Bud Light, I can take down a 12-pack and still have an effective workout the next morning.”

I imagine him in college, toting a personal keg around to parties. He’s definitely strong enough to get it around.

And about those muscles. Though Crouser insists that his shot put ability is as much about technique and timing as it is strength, he’s gotta have He Man power to get that shot put more than 70 feet away from him.

And he does: The most he said he’s lifted in a single box squat is 700 pounds, his bench press is about 500 pounds for a single rep, and he has done 440 pounds for five reps. He lifts six days a week in the offseason in order to maintain his superhuman strength.

“I don’t deadlift much, but occasionally I’ll throw 500 pounds on the bar for deads and do a few reps just for fun,” he said. Tačno. Fun. “To mix things up and make some noise. And my power clean is just over 400 pounds.”

If you’re counting, that’s six days a week of lifting, hitting the weight room twice on three of those days. Oh, plus practice.

Illustration by The New York Post

“Training is a full-time job,” he said. “I put in a lot of hours.”

It’s a lot of hours spent in pursuit of one very specific thing: throwing a small, heavy ball as far away as humanly possible. When your life’s pursuit can be summed up in a few seconds of video, whirling around before flinging the shot put away, how does Crouser not get bored? The key, as in most things, is in variety.

For him, that means mixing up weight training equipment and techniques in the gym, adding resistance or swapping from weights to bands. If you change it up, you don’t get a chance to get bored or restless.

“The biggest thing for me when I find myself at a sticking point is to find a way to mix it up. It makes it more fun and you see more progress,” he said.

And I’d definitely say that going from that burly 17-year-old to the massive Olympic record-holder before me is pretty satisfying progress.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


This Olympian’s diet allows him a 12-pack with no hangover

The last time I saw current Olympic record holder and gold medalist Ryan Crouser, he was barely old enough to watch R-rated movies. We were leaving the popular Brazilian churrascaria Fogo De Chao out in Austin, Texas, in 2010.

I was Crouser’s host at the University of Texas as he made his way across the country to decide which college he would grace with his presence as the leading high school shot put and discus thrower in the world. At that time, there were as many athletic scholarship offers on the table for Ryan as there were meats buzzing in the air at the Brazilian steakhouse.

He chose the filet mignon that night, and later the filet mignon of collegiate athletic institutions by deciding to attend the University of Texas. It was there he built the base that would propel him to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, where he recently broke the 28-year standing Olympic shot put record and won the gold medal with a throw of 22.52 meters (73.8 feet).

Continuing his hot streak, Ryan, now 23, went immediately from Rio to Paris, then from Paris to Zurich in competition, before I was finally able to catch up with him to find out exactly how an Olympic gold medalist and record-holding shot put thrower eats and trains in order to be No. 1 in the world.

Even though his massive, 6-foot-7, nearly 300-pound frame was reduced to a 6-by-6-inch block on my computer’s FaceTime app, he still looked massively bigger than the little 220-pound puppy I remember him as at the steakhouse that night in Austin. He said that since Rio, he’s been “lazy,” by his own measure, dropping from 295 to about 285 pounds. Lazy?

“I haven’t been able to keep my calories up to the usual 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day.”

That kind of intake requires dedication, Crouser said. He eats five or six times a day, at about a thousand calories per meal — as much as someone on a low-calorie diet might eat in an entire day. “I kind of have to make myself stick to a plan because if I don’t stay on top of it, I won’t eat as much as I should,” he said. “I don’t have the urge to eat like some people might imagine.”

The Ryan Crouser shot-putter diet pyramid. Illustration by The New York Post

There’s a strategy to getting that much food into your face every day: Two shakes in the morning, so that his body doesn’t take his chewing as a cue to realize that, oh, I’m being fed right now. Plus, those liquefied meals — usually a blend of oatmeal with whole milk, peanut butter, protein powder, berries and granola — take up less space in his stomach, leaving room for later lunch, dinner, second dinner and dessert when the mood strikes.

“Lunch is usually my first solid meal, so by then I’m pretty hungry,” he said. “I’ll normally load up on some carbs like pasta or mac and cheese, a couple of pieces of bread, a bowl of rice. For protein I try to eat about a pound of meat per meal, so that’s usually like three to four chicken breasts. Occasionally I will eat some red meat, but mostly chicken or fish. And dinner I’ll eat pretty much the same thing, maybe throw in some fruit and vegetables. But I’m not as hungry then, so I’m normally forcing myself at that point to eat more than I want to.”

Ask him the most he’s eaten in one sitting and Crouser has a quick answer: about 5 pounds, the size of a small infant. He can’t even guess at the calories of his binge.

“I was super-hungry after a crazy weight session, so I decided to weigh myself before and after dinner. I knew I was going to eat a lot,” he laughed. “I had a bowl of white rice, a bowl of brown rice, a plate stacked with chicken, a giant bowl of mac and cheese. I love mac and cheese. It’s a great weight gainer because of all the carbs and fat … So after I ate all that plus dessert, I got on the scale and I was 5 pounds heavier than before.”

Nobody would dare call him a lightweight, and his impressive offseason capacity for a night out proves the point.

“How many beers can you drink and still function the next morning?” I asked. Dangerous question.

“It depends on the type of beer. If it’s something easy like a Bud Light, I can take down a 12-pack and still have an effective workout the next morning.”

I imagine him in college, toting a personal keg around to parties. He’s definitely strong enough to get it around.

And about those muscles. Though Crouser insists that his shot put ability is as much about technique and timing as it is strength, he’s gotta have He Man power to get that shot put more than 70 feet away from him.

And he does: The most he said he’s lifted in a single box squat is 700 pounds, his bench press is about 500 pounds for a single rep, and he has done 440 pounds for five reps. He lifts six days a week in the offseason in order to maintain his superhuman strength.

“I don’t deadlift much, but occasionally I’ll throw 500 pounds on the bar for deads and do a few reps just for fun,” he said. Tačno. Fun. “To mix things up and make some noise. And my power clean is just over 400 pounds.”

If you’re counting, that’s six days a week of lifting, hitting the weight room twice on three of those days. Oh, plus practice.

Illustration by The New York Post

“Training is a full-time job,” he said. “I put in a lot of hours.”

It’s a lot of hours spent in pursuit of one very specific thing: throwing a small, heavy ball as far away as humanly possible. When your life’s pursuit can be summed up in a few seconds of video, whirling around before flinging the shot put away, how does Crouser not get bored? The key, as in most things, is in variety.

For him, that means mixing up weight training equipment and techniques in the gym, adding resistance or swapping from weights to bands. If you change it up, you don’t get a chance to get bored or restless.

“The biggest thing for me when I find myself at a sticking point is to find a way to mix it up. It makes it more fun and you see more progress,” he said.

And I’d definitely say that going from that burly 17-year-old to the massive Olympic record-holder before me is pretty satisfying progress.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


This Olympian’s diet allows him a 12-pack with no hangover

The last time I saw current Olympic record holder and gold medalist Ryan Crouser, he was barely old enough to watch R-rated movies. We were leaving the popular Brazilian churrascaria Fogo De Chao out in Austin, Texas, in 2010.

I was Crouser’s host at the University of Texas as he made his way across the country to decide which college he would grace with his presence as the leading high school shot put and discus thrower in the world. At that time, there were as many athletic scholarship offers on the table for Ryan as there were meats buzzing in the air at the Brazilian steakhouse.

He chose the filet mignon that night, and later the filet mignon of collegiate athletic institutions by deciding to attend the University of Texas. It was there he built the base that would propel him to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, where he recently broke the 28-year standing Olympic shot put record and won the gold medal with a throw of 22.52 meters (73.8 feet).

Continuing his hot streak, Ryan, now 23, went immediately from Rio to Paris, then from Paris to Zurich in competition, before I was finally able to catch up with him to find out exactly how an Olympic gold medalist and record-holding shot put thrower eats and trains in order to be No. 1 in the world.

Even though his massive, 6-foot-7, nearly 300-pound frame was reduced to a 6-by-6-inch block on my computer’s FaceTime app, he still looked massively bigger than the little 220-pound puppy I remember him as at the steakhouse that night in Austin. He said that since Rio, he’s been “lazy,” by his own measure, dropping from 295 to about 285 pounds. Lazy?

“I haven’t been able to keep my calories up to the usual 5,000 to 6,000 calories a day.”

That kind of intake requires dedication, Crouser said. He eats five or six times a day, at about a thousand calories per meal — as much as someone on a low-calorie diet might eat in an entire day. “I kind of have to make myself stick to a plan because if I don’t stay on top of it, I won’t eat as much as I should,” he said. “I don’t have the urge to eat like some people might imagine.”

The Ryan Crouser shot-putter diet pyramid. Illustration by The New York Post

There’s a strategy to getting that much food into your face every day: Two shakes in the morning, so that his body doesn’t take his chewing as a cue to realize that, oh, I’m being fed right now. Plus, those liquefied meals — usually a blend of oatmeal with whole milk, peanut butter, protein powder, berries and granola — take up less space in his stomach, leaving room for later lunch, dinner, second dinner and dessert when the mood strikes.

“Lunch is usually my first solid meal, so by then I’m pretty hungry,” he said. “I’ll normally load up on some carbs like pasta or mac and cheese, a couple of pieces of bread, a bowl of rice. For protein I try to eat about a pound of meat per meal, so that’s usually like three to four chicken breasts. Occasionally I will eat some red meat, but mostly chicken or fish. And dinner I’ll eat pretty much the same thing, maybe throw in some fruit and vegetables. But I’m not as hungry then, so I’m normally forcing myself at that point to eat more than I want to.”

Ask him the most he’s eaten in one sitting and Crouser has a quick answer: about 5 pounds, the size of a small infant. He can’t even guess at the calories of his binge.

“I was super-hungry after a crazy weight session, so I decided to weigh myself before and after dinner. I knew I was going to eat a lot,” he laughed. “I had a bowl of white rice, a bowl of brown rice, a plate stacked with chicken, a giant bowl of mac and cheese. I love mac and cheese. It’s a great weight gainer because of all the carbs and fat … So after I ate all that plus dessert, I got on the scale and I was 5 pounds heavier than before.”

Nobody would dare call him a lightweight, and his impressive offseason capacity for a night out proves the point.

“How many beers can you drink and still function the next morning?” I asked. Dangerous question.

“It depends on the type of beer. If it’s something easy like a Bud Light, I can take down a 12-pack and still have an effective workout the next morning.”

I imagine him in college, toting a personal keg around to parties. He’s definitely strong enough to get it around.

And about those muscles. Though Crouser insists that his shot put ability is as much about technique and timing as it is strength, he’s gotta have He Man power to get that shot put more than 70 feet away from him.

And he does: The most he said he’s lifted in a single box squat is 700 pounds, his bench press is about 500 pounds for a single rep, and he has done 440 pounds for five reps. He lifts six days a week in the offseason in order to maintain his superhuman strength.

“I don’t deadlift much, but occasionally I’ll throw 500 pounds on the bar for deads and do a few reps just for fun,” he said. Tačno. Fun. “To mix things up and make some noise. And my power clean is just over 400 pounds.”

If you’re counting, that’s six days a week of lifting, hitting the weight room twice on three of those days. Oh, plus practice.

Illustration by The New York Post

“Training is a full-time job,” he said. “I put in a lot of hours.”

It’s a lot of hours spent in pursuit of one very specific thing: throwing a small, heavy ball as far away as humanly possible. When your life’s pursuit can be summed up in a few seconds of video, whirling around before flinging the shot put away, how does Crouser not get bored? The key, as in most things, is in variety.

For him, that means mixing up weight training equipment and techniques in the gym, adding resistance or swapping from weights to bands. If you change it up, you don’t get a chance to get bored or restless.

“The biggest thing for me when I find myself at a sticking point is to find a way to mix it up. It makes it more fun and you see more progress,” he said.

And I’d definitely say that going from that burly 17-year-old to the massive Olympic record-holder before me is pretty satisfying progress.

Brandon Drenon is an elite Tier 3+ fitness and nutrition coach in New York City based out of Equinox. Prior to becoming a personal trainer, Brandon was a varsity athlete at the University of Texas and a fashion model in New York City. He received his personal training certification through NCSF and has received his nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition.


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Komentari:

  1. Foster

    Wacker, čini mi se odlična ideja

  2. Drem

    It can not be!

  3. Naalnish

    Čestitam vam, posjetila vas je izuzetna misao



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