You have to give credit when credit is due, and Jason Statham has the lean body to prove that he knows what health and fitness is all about. But what are his nutritional and exercise plans? Or is it just that he has a gifted set of genetics like others who don’t really have to train too hard?
It may be hard to accept, but Jason Statham’s nutritional and exercise plans actually do work out to his favor, and can be used by most others as well. He stated that he will not eat carbs after lunch time, which could be a useful tip. Carbs are made up of glucose and fructose, which are sugars used by your metabolism for energy. But an excessive consumption of carbs leads to weight gain, and if eaten too late they do not have enough time to be used by your metabolism.
Then he also discussed the consumption of eggs as well. You see, eggs contain protein and BCAA’s needed by your body during protein synthesis, which creates and repairs muscle. Lean muscle is ideal for burning fat because muscles use calories for energy, even while you are asleep. He prefers to eat high protein meals at night with some type of a vegetable side.
Jason Statham also encourages plenty of water being consumed in a day, and in an interview with Men’s Health stated, “"Drink a minimum--a minimum--of three liters of water a day. Just keep drinking water." That is a pretty good way to think about your water consumption, and water is simply the best way to prevent illnesses from occurring in the first place.
His exercise routine is simple – workout hard for 40 minutes and drop the whole training for nearly two hours. This is the best way to encourage lean muscle mass with little body fat, and he actually only lifts weights twice a week, opposed to most that train five days a week never seeing results.
Jason Statham’s nutritional and exercise plans are simple – yet effective enough to get the job done.