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Sport Bryson DeChambeau is Drinking At Least Six Shakes Per Day in Addition to Feasting Like Babe Ruth

00:40  01 july  2020
00:40  01 july  2020 Source:   thebiglead.com

DeChambeau says his power comes from protein shakes

  DeChambeau says his power comes from protein shakes Bryson DeChambeau responded to curiosity about his bulked-up body and driving length since the US tour returned by saying the explanation was protein shakes, lots of them. When the US Tour returned DeChambeau made an immediate impression booming drives more than 350 yards (320 metres) and said he had continued his weight gain programme while the sport was in shut down by the coronavirus. "I've put on about 20 pounds (9kg) and about 45 pounds in the last nine months," said the 26-year-old after finishing third at the Charles Schwab Challenge."My ultimate goal is to get as strong as I can, applying some force and speed to the swing to see what it can handle.

Bryson DeChambeau was always going to be a story no matter how his first season as a professional unfolded. I also wanted a driving iron head that slotted in after my fairway woods that acted like a hybrid from a forgiveness standpoint but offered a flight that fit my eye.

DeChambeau , who is currently running eighth in the FedExCup, will continue to monitor how it works for him over time. “It's so situational and I don't know when it's actually going to hurt DeChambeau wasn’t the only player to leave the flag in on a few occasions, but they were not for strategic purposes.

Bryson DeChambeau has been, on aggregate, the best player on the PGA Tour since it returned from a prolonged COVID absence. He's currently riding a streak of six straight Top-10 finishes dating back to mid-February. Much has been made of his remarkable physical transformation and it feels a bit superficial to keep focusing on it. Though, if it's helped his game this much, it feels like a victimless indulgence. Also, how in the world is a person supposed to simply breeze by a vivid description of his Babe Ruthian diet without commenting?

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That's six to seven shakes per day! Long gone are the shake for breakfast, lunch, and a sensible dinner era. No, that was for weight loss. Bryson's is a mass-building endeavor the type only Mac from Always Sunny can truly appreciate.

Now, jokes aside, some of this hits a little close to home. I've been known to enjoy some cookies "here and there" and can turn "snacking" into a six-hour marathon where multiple tortilla chip and Animal Cracker bags see use. Not proud of it, but part of who I am.

But the common theme from sun-up to sun-down is the shakes. So many shakes. Glass after glass of heavy, protein-packed sludge. Even Mike Tannebaum is jealous.

DeChambeau is going to emerge from this pushing three bills and pushing his insides to their damn limit. He -- and his digestive system alike -- may be a champion when all is said and done. What a treat it is to see an athlete push himself one container of whey protein at a time toward the finish line.

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This is interesting!