We all can agree that Mat Fraser is one of the fittest and an athletic man going around.
Keeping in mind his athleticism and activeness, he certainly needs a massive amount of calories.
It is hard to digest, but the mat Fraser diet contains 9300 calories.
It is not weekly calorie intake, he consumes 9300 calories in a day.
Mat Fraser has won CrossFit games 4 times and he’s one of the fittest and athletic men alive.
Mat Fraser has some great achievements to his name and he's undoubtedly an inspiration for young athletes and those who wish to be like him.
Any man or woman who has ever been on a journey of achieving the highest quality fitness, he could tell you that it is not only about doing excessive workout and regularly going to the gym.
A strict and well-though diet plan is as important as attending the gym.
That's why the mat Fraser diet is something to look up to.
Every person has different body needs according to his weight so he needs a different diet plan.
Mat Fraser's diet had been a secret until a few days back but a mat and his fiancée Sammy Moniz were on an episode of Nike's Athlete's cookbook.
They share a ton of information about the mat Fraser diet plan.
Mat Fraser explained during the interview that it is because of her fiancée that he is able to follow this diet plan.
He thanked his fiancée for all the help because she is the one who prepares all the meals for him.
Though the mat Fraser diet contains 9300 calories so they have to manage meals accordingly to keep us with calorie consumption.
His fiancée said that a 9300 calorie diet contains lots of food and lots and food, though she said this as a joke.
They have broken down the diet in many ways to make it a 9300 calorie diet.
This is the recipe.
This is the recipe for Mat Fraser’s beef Stir-Fry:
You can prepare this recipe in many ways.
Marinate the beef only after refrigerating for 30 minutes. Add sugar, hot water, and prepare stir-fry sauce. Then, cook the beef.
Using the juices from the beef, cook olive oil, garlic, and onions 5 min.
Add rice in sauce and cook for 5 min.
Now, add beef, peas and carrots, eggs and give a final cook.
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Reda is an ACE Certified Nutritionist, Brazilian jiu-jitsu purple belt and bodybuilder with 11 years of experience. He's been published on many influential websites such as lifehack.org, Wealthy Gorilla, Good Men Project and more.