Nick Walker took viewers through a typical, six-meal day.
Nick Walker continues to be one of the fastest-rising stars in bodybuilding after what was an incredible rookie year. He has built one of the most monstrous physiques and it cannot be done without elite offseason training. Walker knows how to plan his diet, along with training and supplements, to get the best out of himself.
Walker frequency posts workouts on his YouTube page for viewers to try out themselves. Recently, the 27-year-old bodybuilder took us through a full day of his diet plan. This included six meals the totaled 4,567 calories.

It is not surprising to see Walker take his diet as seriously as he does. This is essential as he continues to gain nutrients and build a physique that is needed to accomplish great things. Walker was champion of the Arnold Classic back in September and finished fifth in his first Olympia.
Letís take a closer look at a full day of Walkerís diet. It begins with his morning supplementation. This includes a multivitamin, Vitamin C, tumeric, revive heart, revive prostate, revive blood pressure, revive liver, revive kidney, omegas, Vitamin K2 & D3, and bergamot.

Meal One (Pre-Workout)

Chicken
Onions
Peppers
75 grams of grains
80 grams banana
100 grams blueberries
20 grams almond butter

One hour after eating, Walker takes more supplements. This time it is 20 grams RAW AA, RAW BUMP, RAW Intro Workout formula, and creatine.
Meal Two (Post-Workout)

Chicken
2 eggs

Meal Three

Steak
Jasmine rice
Onions
Peppers
2 eggs

Meal Four

Chicken
Peppers
Onions
Jasmine rice
Cinnamon
Garlic spices

Meal Five

Chicken
Peppers
Onions
Jasmine rice

Meal Six

Steak
Onions
Peppers
Brownie
Almond buter

Before the night is over, Nick Walker takes RAW sleep, magnesium, Pepsin GI, vitamin C, and Glucose all after his last meal. Throughout the day, Walker admitted that it is a bit tough around meal five. This is why he likes to use different spices to shake things up a bit. This will avoid getting bored with the same blend of spices and flavors.
Walker has three consistent parts of his meals ó rice, onions, and peppers. He believes that cream of rice is especially optimal for meals. Walker also admits that the peppers and onions are an important way to flavor proteins.
Throughout the video, Nick Walker lets viewers into what he eats and how he prepares his meals. It is always interesting to see how the best of the best prepares and trains on a day-to-day basis. Walker is coming off an enormous year and there could be plenty more to look forward to in the future.
For more news and updates, follow Generation Iron on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Nick Walker took viewers through a typical, six-meal day.
Nick Walker continues to be one of the fastest-rising stars in bodybuilding after what was an incredible rookie year. He has built one of the most monstrous physiques and it cannot be done without elite offseason training. Walker knows how to plan his diet, along with training and supplements, to get the best out of himself.


Walker frequency posts workouts on his YouTube page for viewers to try out themselves. Recently, the 27-year-old bodybuilder took us through a full day of his diet plan. This included six meals the totaled 4,567 calories.



It is not surprising to see Walker take his diet as seriously as he does. This is essential as he continues to gain nutrients and build a physique that is needed to accomplish great things. Walker was champion of the Arnold Classic back in September and finished fifth in his first Olympia.


Letís take a closer look at a full day of Walkerís diet. It begins with his morning supplementation. This includes a multivitamin, Vitamin C, tumeric, revive heart, revive prostate, revive blood pressure, revive liver, revive kidney, omegas, Vitamin K2 & D3, and bergamot.



Meal One (Pre-Workout)
  • Chicken
  • Onions
  • Peppers
  • 75 grams of grains
  • 80 grams banana
  • 100 grams blueberries
  • 20 grams almond butter

One hour after eating, Walker takes more supplements. This time it is 20 grams RAW AA, RAW BUMP, RAW Intro Workout formula, and creatine.


Meal Two (Post-Workout)
  • Chicken
  • 2 eggs

Meal Three
  • Steak
  • Jasmine rice
  • Onions
  • Peppers
  • 2 eggs

Meal Four
  • Chicken
  • Peppers
  • Onions
  • Jasmine rice
  • Cinnamon
  • Garlic spices

Meal Five
  • Chicken
  • Peppers
  • Onions
  • Jasmine rice

Meal Six
  • Steak
  • Onions
  • Peppers
  • Brownie
  • Almond buter

Before the night is over, Nick Walker takes RAW sleep, magnesium, Pepsin GI, vitamin C, and Glucose all after his last meal. Throughout the day, Walker admitted that it is a bit tough around meal five. This is why he likes to use different spices to shake things up a bit. This will avoid getting bored with the same blend of spices and flavors.


Walker has three consistent parts of his meals ó rice, onions, and peppers. He believes that cream of rice is especially optimal for meals. Walker also admits that the peppers and onions are an important way to flavor proteins.


Throughout the video, Nick Walker lets viewers into what he eats and how he prepares his meals. It is always interesting to see how the best of the best prepares and trains on a day-to-day basis. Walker is coming off an enormous year and there could be plenty more to look forward to in the future.


For more news and updates, follow Generation Iron on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.






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