Brock Lesnar turns 42 years old on July 12, 2019. Known as the Beast Incarnate, Lesnar is almost superhuman with formidable wrestling skills. He is a former Mixed Martial Artist (MMA) and currently is in contract with the RAW brand of WWE. Lesnar has a large fan following who worship the wrestler for his mean skills, especially since he's a UFC, IGWP and WWE champion. Lesnar is also admired for his superb physique, which he takes care to maintain. On occasion of Lesnar's Birthday, let us explore his fitness secrets and diet plan. Hardik Pandya Not Man Enough to Step Into the Ring With Brock Lesnar, Says WWE Manager Paul Heyman.
Brock Lesnar is famously known for breaking Undertaker's winning streak at Wrestlemania, as the Deadman lost to Beast Incarnate after having a score of 21-0. Lesnar did most of his Wrestling training from the University of Minnesota. He has spent his junior and senior college days at Minnesota. Lesnar was born in Webster, South Dakota and during his teenage, he was the part of Army National Guard where he was assigned to an office job due to red-green colourblindness. WWE Money in the Bank Results and Highlights: Bayley is SmackDown Women’s Champion, Brock Lesnar Returns to Win MITB Ladder Match (Watch Videos and Pics)
Workout Routine of Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar is a professional wrestler who trains for power, agility and endurance. His workout plan not only includes heavy weightlifting but also functional and conditioning training. This includes rope exercise, sled push and medicine ball workout.
Apart from that he also trains individual body parts where he does a proper weight training four times a week. On individual days he trains double muscles like chest with tricep, back with bicep, whereas he has kept aside separate days for shoulder and legs training.
The way he knocks his opponents in the ring shows the effort he puts in his training. In addition to these exercises, he also does grappling training four times a week.
Brock Lesnar Workout in Gym
Brock Lesnar Workout During MMA Days
Diet Plan of Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar eats a lot to train well and perform well in the ring. He loads rich carbs before a workout, which should ideally be done before each intense training session to avoid muscle loss. The Beast Incarnate drinks at least a gallon of water throughout the day but avoids having sugar, salt, and refined foods. He ensures that his body is always in an anabolic state and not in catabolic. Brock Lesnar is indeed a role model for youngsters who are looking up to take professional wrestling as their career.
Lesnar Giving Some Valuable Lessons to Wrestling Team of University of Minnesota
— Minnesota Wrestling (@GopherWrestling) July 8, 2019
Brock Lesnar lost his Universal Championship belt to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 35. He now holds the Money in the Bank contract, which he has the power to cash in the briefcase anytime and challenge the current World Champion.