the Taxman diet

3 05 2009

Physically, Brian Cockerill is hugely intimidating. In one of the film’s most disturbing scenes, he demonstrates fighting techniques to Donal MacIntyre, including how to yank out a man’s eye from its socket… To keep one step ahead of his enemies, Cockerill trains three times a day. He’s a
22 stone steroid filled fighting machine, who claims never to have lost a fight.
Brian Cockerill aka the Taxman.

next week Carlton Leech’s babyfood diet.


athletic diet$$$$

4 01 2009

the main reason why athletics seems alot cooler than it did is because of what these boys are eating. the worlds fastest man sleeps all day and eats nothing but chicken nuggets.

“I woke around 11am and decided to watch some TV and had some nuggets. Then I slept for a couple of hours more. Then I got some more nuggets and came to the track.” Bolt’s diet is typical of his laidback attitude summed up by the slogan on his nation’s yellow and green strip that reads “Jamaica – No Problem.””

The worlds fastest swimmer micky Phelps eats for 5. 10,000 cals a day, now thats what im talking about!
Breakfast: Three fried egg sandwiches; cheese; tomatoes; lettuce; fried onions; mayonnaise; three chocolate-chip pancakes; five-egg omelette; three sugar-coated slices of French toast; bowl of grits; two cups of coffee
Lunch: Half-kilogram (one pound) of enriched pasta; two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayonnaise on white bread; energy drinks
Dinner: Half-kilogram of pasta, with carbonara sauce; large pizza; energy drinks

Directly the opposite of the athletes eating to train, kobayashi trains to eat. One of the worlds best competetive eaters former world record holder for hot dog eating.

Kobayashi expands his stomach for a competition by eating larger and larger amounts of food, and then exercises to ensure that fat will not impede expansion of his stomach during a competition

Physically Kobayashi has undergone drastic change from his earlier appearances on the competitive eating circuit, weighing in at a mere 110 lb (50 kg) in his beginning competitions and then 144 lb (65 kg) in later events.

Kobayashi’s official web site gives his height as 173 cm (5 ft 8 in) and his weight as 75 kg (165 lb), but in a june 29, 06, entry on his blog, he says that his weight grew to over 87 kg (191.8 lb) during 2006, still being under 10 percent body fat. As of July 3, 2008, Kobayashi’s had dropped to 128 lbs, as recorded at the weigh in for the annual Fourth of July hot dog eating competition on Coney Island. This is the same weight he’d originally competed at when he first began competitive eating in the United States.

the Nutritionists are all out of a job. POUND THAT SHIT!