Sensible Eating Plan
ProKick's Billy Murray has adhered to a simple yet effective diet throughout his professional career, with a healthy eating plan that he originally implemented in 1980 to maintain a fight weight of 67 kilograms. This same diet helped him win Professional world titles in four different weight classes, ranging from 67kg to 75kg. Over almost 30 years later, he maintained a weight of 72 kilograms for his last charity fight in 2006 - a testament to the efficacy and sustainability of this diet. His life is a living proof that a simple and healthy eating plan can truly work.
While this plan may not be suitable for everyone, it can serve as a useful guideline. It's important to recognise that even the best eating plan in the world won't be effective without the willpower to follow through. Success hinges on how badly you want it; that is the key to unlocking your potential and making your goals a reality.
Proper nutrition is key for athletes today. A tailored diet analysis and individual eating plan is essential to maximise athletic performance. Don't forget to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
To maintain a healthy lifestyle, try following this chart six days a week. On the seventh, indulge in a treat that you enjoy instead of a meal (just be sure not to overdo it and stick to sensible eating). This day of indulgence can be any day of your choice, but once chosen, make sure to stick to it and keep your pattern consistent. If you have a medical condition, consult your doctor before starting on this sensible eating chart. Choose from the following:
Breakfast Your choice of cereal with skimmed milk IE:- Cornflakes,Albran, Muesli, Porridge,Fruit,Toast with low fat spread or honey
Liquid (water, skimmed milk or Tea)
Mid-morning break, Fruit or yoghurt and liquids
Lunch, Sandwiches (whole meal bread with low fat spread), Chicken or tuna (sandwich), One piece of fruit
Dinner Any combination of baked potato, basmati rice, salad, grilled chicken, fish, tuna or turkey. Fruit or low fat yoghurt
Liquids (skimmed milk or water)
Supper (NOT AFTER 9:30pm) One round of brown bread toasted with low fat spread or honey or a small banana.
To maintain a healthier lifestyle, it's recommended to reduce excessive consumption of chocolate, sweets, crisps, chips, fried food, butter, cheese, and biscuits. It's also advisable to limit beer and alcohol intake.
If you find yourself hungry outside meal times, consider carrying a convenient snack like a carrot or a small tub of tuna in brine. These healthy options are great for satisfying cravings on the go!
Additionally, it is important to obtain a well-suited multivitamin plan.