The Anthony Joshua Diet

Anthony Joshua is, at present, the associated IBF and WBA world heavyweight titleholder. He has an enormous personality, that you can see when you see him fight in the ring or see him in person while roaming around. His height is 6’ 6” and he weighs 113kgs with full muscles. The framework of his requires a lot of energy and during training that energy and strength need to be propelled up a notch. Heavyweights don’t have to bother regarding a weight cap whereas other boxers have to take care of it. Therefore Anthony Joshua takes 5000 calories every day and needs not to worry.

Anthony Joshua

One can say that it is a bulky calorie count which he takes but it is still less than the diet that Bjornsson takes. The following diet chart of Anthony Joshua is suitable for you if one has to be a heavyweight champion of the world like him.

Anthony Joshua Morning Meal

  • Cup of coffee (Coffee is discontinued during fight week)
  • Five eggs, fried or boiled
  • Avocados
  • Spinach
  • Three pieces of whole wheat bread
  • A smoothie that contains fresh fruits, oats, yogurt, milk, and honey

Anthony Joshua Afternoon Meal

  • A hefty serving of whole-grain pasta with vegetables
  • Chicken breasts, fried or grilled
  • Yogurt with fruits, nuts, honey, and other ingredients when needed.

Anthony Joshua Evening Meal

  • Fish, fried, or grilled
  • Quinoa
  • Brown rice
  • Fruit juice
  • Protein shake

To get proper sleep, you have to eat lots of proteins at dinner so that energy and power are restored when you get up in the morning.

In fact, he is so strict about the diet that he follows it through the year and not just for his training. He likes to look after his body no matter what day of the year it is and that is quite impressive. He says,

“Yeah. I take my shit seriously. I don’t eat white rice, cheese, or gluten. Everything I eat flows through my body well, so I keep a good weight. I don’t eat spicy foods or things that make me feel bloated. I’m eating well even when I’m not training.

All of that comes from experience. It doesn’t happen overnight. I’ve always been quite conscious of what I put in my body. Now, there are so many ways to eat healthily: vegetarianism, veganism, pescetarianism. Everyone is talking about trends like these, and I’m quite aware of them. By doing my research, I get to see maximum improvements from what I eat.

When you first start fighting, it happens every month or every other month, so you have to stay active. Then, you get to the stage where you’re fighting three times a year, with months off in between. But staying at your fight weight is the only way to be a champion for more than one or two defenses. You have to stay ready.”

To maintain his balance and energy level, Joshua takes this type of diet so that he can put a lot of hours into the training. His everyday workout schedule includes Cardio, weight training, boxing training, etc. For a change and to maintain his momentum,  Joshua definitely has a meal called a cheat meal i.e. chocolate.