October 11, 2010 by staff
Herschel Walker, It’s not often you see a player of 48 years retired NFL in better shape than most athletes of 25 years pro, but Herschel Walker has never been regarded as typical. Walker, who retired from the National Football League 12 years ago, is probably in better shape now than it was during the prime of his career as a fullback.
Herschel Walker daily routine is anything but conventional. It starts the day off with anywhere from 750 to 1000 push-ups and 2,000 sit-ups. From there, he does not eat breakfast, and go and right into training for mixed martial arts that includes wrestling, kickboxing, jujitsu and combat. One would think that after 6 or 7 hours of intensive training, he would at least stop for lunch. Nope. Instead, he continues to train longer. He eats one meal a day, and it’s dinner. When he sits down for dinner, unlike most athletes, and those he is currently competing in MMA, it does not load on the protein. In fact, it can go several days without more than a few grams of protein. Instead, it feeds mostly on bread and salads. “I do not worry about protein. I’m not worried about that. I’m old school. I grew up in southern Georgia. They do not care about cholesterol or protein. They went out and worked and lived long, so I did not put a lot of worries in my mind. I just got to, “said Mr. Walker
Herschel Walker did things that most normal humans cannot. He recently beat a fighter who was half his age in a MMA fight. He also recently posed nde* for ESPN The Magazine, showing off a body that looks amazing athlete for half her age.
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