Zac Efron Diet
Let's take a look at all the fuss around the Zac Efron diet. In 2007, the Rolling Stone magazine declared Zac Efron as the poster boy of all tweenyboppers. It is quite true because the sight of this 17 Again actor causes mass hysteria among tweens and teens. His last movie The Lucky One needed him to gain 18 pounds, as he needed to play the role of a US Marine officer in it convincingly. After the movie shooting was called wraps, he went on a diet and then his fans went crazy about his new diet. This is what he did...
The Zac Efron Diet:
How did Zac Efron gain all that weight in the first place for The Lucky One? Easy! In reply, he said, “I was just eating, eating, eating.” Soon after the movie, he took the help of Z.E.N. (Zero Effort Nutrition) Food. This is a food home delivery service that helps people to eat calorie-controlled meals. Each meal is designed individually to meet the calorific requirement of that person. The daily calorific requirement for a person who is looking at losing weight could vary between 1200 calories to 2000 calories. But I'm told that this is a costly food service and that it caters mostly to the rich and the famous.
When it comes to his fitness, he hits the gym 4 to 5 times a week. To have a lean muscular figure like Zac Effron, you will have to do some full body circuit training in 3 reps. Start off with 10 minutes cardio like running or skipping. Then do squats, chest press (both incline and decline press), pull ups, lat downs, one arm rowing, tricep pressdowns, bicep curls, crunches and reverse crunches. Then you can finish off your session with 10 minutes cardio.
Final Word on the Zac Efron Diet:
Eat balanced meals. Let your daily food intake have the right amount of whole grain carbohydrates, lean protein, fruits, and vegetables. You have the money, go for the services of Z.E.N. Foods, else just stick to sensible eating. Hit the gym regularly or hire a personal trainer, but for as much as possible, stay physically active.
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