Continued from Matthew McConaughey’s Workout.
Matthew McConaughey‘s diet is different. Yes, Matthew McConaughey’s diet is not structured, per se, which is hardly surprising since his workout is also kind of haphazard. Matthew McConaughey’s diet is healthy most of the time, but it is hard to define his diet. What does he eat? He cooks at home, which is a huge plus; he is not afraid of eating fast food once in a while or at a buffet.
For the most part, however, Matthew McConaughey’s diet is balanced. He eats a lot of different vegetables, complex carbohydrates and proteins. His main protein sources are fish and chicken. Complex carbs primarily come from Indian rice, salads and other veggies that grow in his garden. Clearly, Matthew McConaughey’s diet works. He looks great and has a pretty good amount of muscle mass, but is it a good diet for someone who is currently trying to gain lean muscle?
I think the answer is yes. The key thing to keep in mind here is that McConaughey’s diet and workout just work. It seems as if he is not trying hard to make them work, and yet everything seems to be working in unison to help him stay fit and healthy. Maybe that is the real key – i.e., let go, do not try too hard, do not force things to happen.
If doing some exercise feels unnatural and forced, maybe this particular exercise is not for you. If you are not comfortable with a diet, maybe this particular diet is not for you. Try something different. Find a diet and an exercise program that make you feel good. Keep in mind that obsessing about dieting and exercise too much is counterproductive and unnecessary. [source: Men's Health]