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Anderson Silva’s Diet and Exercise Regime


Anderson Silva’s Diet and Exercise Regime

Anderson “The Spider Silva” supposedly is not too strict with his diet. But he Udoes follow some simple and healthy guidelines to maintain his near-perfect physique.

Anderson Silva’s Diet and Exercise Regime

Silva’s sustains a high protein diet, his preferred favorite being Sushi. Sushi is one of the main reasons Japan has one of the lowest obesity rates in the world. Therefore, his salt and sugar intake is low. Most importantly he stays clear of alcohol and deserts altogether. However, Silva admits to loving Big Macs from when he worked in Mc Donald’s, hard to imagine. On occasion, he will indulge in a couple of Big Macs two days before a fight. It’s obviously never affected his performance. He takes in 3000 calories a day, 3468 if you add those two Big Macs before each fight but needless to say, he works it off.

Silva’s training routine is designed by strength and conditioning coach Rogerio Camoes. Camoes has vast experience in fighting. Camoes is a black belt in judo and has a brown belt in jiu-jitsu.

Silva weight trains 4 times a week for 2 hours per session with explosive workouts. He trains his body muscles with high intensity for 30 minutes a session. He does this while doing multiple sets of circuit training for the entire length of the workout. During his circuit, Silva does not stop! This all contributes to Silva’s speed, focus, and accuracy in a fight as it mimics the reality of a fight.

Who would Silva be if he was not extremely fast on his feet? If he didn’t dance around his components? What if he tired easily? Or if he didn’t see each attack well in advance? … He would be his component, that’s who.

Lesson learned:

In conclusion, avoid alcohol deserts and stick to high-intensity training. As a result, you will get more done in shorter periods of time rather than going to the gym for hours. You will build up a sweat, burn fat quicker and be able to enjoy the odd Big Mac too!

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