Sneak Peek At Muhammad Ali Diet

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Let's take a sneak peek at Muhammad Ali Diet. But first, we need to talk about his greatness. Right from my childhood, I have always known Muhammad Ali to be one of the boxing greats, although I never really followed the sport. Muhammad Ali is a former American boxer and a three-time World Heavyweight Champion, who is widely considered one of the greatest heavyweight championship boxers. He is, in fact , aptly nicknamed as “The Greatest”. He inspires all the aspiring boxers and even a lot of people outside the boxing ring too. This post is exactly going to be like how my mother always says. To be a champion, you'll have to eat like a champion.


                                                                                              


Muhammad Ali Diet Secrets:


Muhammad Ali is only a shadow of a man that he once was. He has been dealing with the Parkinson disease since 1984. It is a disease that affects speech and loco-motor movement. It commonly affects those who were subject to severe head trauma, such as boxers.


 


But in his heyday, he was the king of the jungle and let nothing rumble his jungle. He only ate healthy foods. He used to eat eggs, orange juice and bread toasts almost everyday for breakfast. His other meals would include chicken, steak, green beans and other vegetables, potatoes, fruits, and plenty of water. Muhammad Ali's diet secrets included a lot of chicken and steak. They were his primary protein source. He also used to eat loads of fruits, fresh juices, and drink a lot of water throughout the day.


 


Muhammad Ali took his training and workouts very seriously. He used to hit the gym for 3 hours a day and used to run 6 miles every day. Talk about focus and dedication! His typical gym work out would start with a Warm-up for 15 minutes with a lot of stretching. Then he would do Shadow Boxing with the emphasis on footwork and speed punching. He would then take on the heavy bag for stamina building. Ali would then pause and do the Floor Exercises for 15 minutes. Training on the Speed Ball would come next, Ali would finish off his workout/training with Skipping and Shadow Boxing again.


 


Final Word on the Muhammad Ali Diet:


I'm giving it a 9/10. Why? Because you need to be absolutely sure that your body is cut out for boxing. Genetics play a huge role in this sport. It is not just about eating right and training hard here. I don't mean to burst your bubble but it is just a fact. My suggestion to you would be to consult a qualified physician before you get started on boxing. It is very important to understand your body and its capacity.


                                                                                         


Amen!


                                                                                         


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