Rob Terry workout diet

Rob Terry workout diet

Given Name: Robert Terry

Born: 1980
Birthplace: Swansea, Wales, UK
Residence: Louisville,
Kentucky, USA

Height: 6’5″
Weight: 297 lbs
Bodyfat: 7%

Chest: 48″
Arms: 22″
Waist: 35″
Hips: 36″
Thighs: 31″
Calves: 21″
Forearms: 18″
Shoulders: 64″
Neck: 20″

Bench Press: 584 lbs
Squat: 781 lbs
Deadlift: 695 lbs
Bicep Curl: 280 lbs
Barbell Rows: 584 lbs
Overhead Press: 325 lbs

Gym: Gold’s Gym
Occupation: TNA Impact Pro Wrestler, World’s Largest Natural Pro Bodybuilder, Fitness Model 
Pro Wrestling Debut: November 10, 2007 


Rob Terry Workout & Diet

“My Workout Program” from his bodyspace

Over the years my training has varied especially now
that I wrestle 3-5 days a week and weight train 5-6 times a week. I always try
and life has heavy as I can for good strict reps aiming around the 8-12 mark.
Also it is important for me to keep up my flexibility and my all round fitness
so that it does not affect my wrestling training. My current weekly structure
would look like this:

Monday: Chest and Abs
Tuesday: Back

Wednesday: Quads, Calfs and Ham Strings
Thursday: Shoulders and Abs

Friday: Biceps and Triceps

Saturday: Rest


What works best for me is when I alternate the machines
and exercises used on each day so that every week I do something different. That
way I continusley shock the muscle groups on that day.


Meal 1: 2 scoops of protein powder, 1 large banana, ¾ of
a cup of oatmeal, fat free yogurt and scoop of natural peanut butter.


Meal 2: Post work out drink, then 5-10 minutes
after 2 scoops of protein powder.

Meal 3: 2 Chicken breasts, large sweet
potato and veggies.

Meal 4: 2 Turkey patties, 1 large sweet potato with

Meal 5: 2 Chicken breasts, 1 cup of brown rice with

Meal 6: A lean cut of steak, 1 large sweet potato

Meal 7: 2 Scoops of slow release protein, handful of walnuts

try to aim for 5-6 litres of water a day and look to eat every 2 hours so if I
have a longer day I may add more meals in which would consist of one of the
variations of the meals in the plan above.

My main tip I can recommend
would be preparation. This is essential so that my food will always be at my

I keep this process up for 7 days and on that 7th day I will allow
my self one cheat meal. I have been dieting like this constantly for the last 3
years and feel that the benefits of doing this are endless, because I am able to
identify week points and then work on them until they become stronger.

When I first started dieting it was really strange but now I just except
that it is a part of my life and who I am. I love being able to diet all year
round where most people would find it hard.

I don’t care if that guy is slow and ankward give him the fuckin’ world title anyway!!


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