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Samson Dauda divides the entire day of consuming in 4.5 weeks from 2023, Mr. Olympia

Samson Dauda made a statement earlier this year by winning the Men’s Open title at 2023 Arnold Classic. Since securing his first professional win in March, the talented bodybuilder has made it his goal to build on the successful showing in Columbus, Ohio, by doing everything possible to prepare for a trip to Orlando, Florida to compete there Mr. Olympia competition 2023.

With just over a month until he takes the stage, Dauda’s discipline will need to be at an all-time high if he is to better his impressive sixth-place finish in his Olympic debut. Based on the all-day eating vlog posted on his YouTube channel on October 4, 2023, it looks like the “Nigerian Lion” is ready to top his Olympic results 2022.

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Competition preparation It’s about carefully manipulating your diet and training so you’re ready for the stage. After sharing a eating all day While the November 2-5 Olympic weekend in early September included six meals and plenty of carbs, Dauda is obviously doing things differently.

Meal 1

  • Three whole eggs
  • Black coffee

Before consuming a single calorie, Dauda began his day with a 40-minute fast Cardio. That paved the way for 30 minutes of non-stop posing, which he admitted was much more strenuous than his own Treadmill session.

When it was time to eat, Dauda kept his first meal simple and boiled three whole eggs. Paired with a cup of black coffee, this breakfast contained far fewer calories than the one he showed off in his all-day food vlog at 8 ½ weeks.

“This preparation has gone really smoothly so far,” explained Dauda. “Every week we get better and everything works like clockwork.”

Meal 2

  • 250 grams (one cup) of sweet potato
  • 200 grams (seven ounces) lean steak

For his second meal, Dauda chose the classic “meat and potatoes” method. The 31-year-old IFBB professional precisely measured 250 grams of steamed sweet potatoes – a clean source of carbohydrates that contain many micronutrients such as: magnesium and iron. He ate that with seven ounces of steak before heading to the park to walk his dog and tell him about the preparation process for the competition.

“Where you have your first meal, second meal, daily walk, cardio, workout session – everything is planned,” Dauda explained. “Because having the perfect schedule day after day is exactly why you make progress – not just making your day the way you feel. It’s more about maintaining that discipline.”

Meal 3 – Pre-workout meal

  • One and a half cups of white rice
  • 180 grams (6.3 ounces) 95% lean ground beef

With a demanding workout ahead, Dauda refueled with both food and multiple foods Pre-workout supplements. In addition to eating lean ground beef and white rice, he mixed the following into a bottle:

After finishing his pre-workout meal, Dauda headed to the Factory Gym for a strenuous leg training session.

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Meal 4 – Post workout meal

  • One and a half cups of white rice
  • 250 grams of chicken breast
  • Mixed vegetables

Dauda’s training included a number of Exercises to build muscleincluding seated and kneeling leg curls, leg extensions, pendulum squats and Chop squats. After pushing his lower body to the limit, he refueled with another simple but nutritious meal of white rice, chicken breast, and a mixed vegetable medley.

While far from exciting, his post-workout meal provided the perfect mix of proteins and carbohydrates for building and repairing lean muscle tissue.

Meal 5

  • 250 grams of chicken breast
  • Mixed vegetables

For his fifth and final meal of the day, Dauda did not stray far from what he had eaten before. The 2023 Arnold Classic winner proves that consistency is the most important key to successful cooking by opting for the no-fuss approach of chicken breast and mixed vegetables.

When Dauda ate his last meal at 11 p.m., about three hours before his bedtime, he already knew that he would later face the familiar feeling of hunger.

“I go to bed hungry as always,” he explained. “I drink water and go back to sleep because there is no food in the house.”

Making such sacrifices is essential to becoming a champion. However, it remains to be seen whether Dauda can move from sixth to first place within a year. But with the way he has continued to refine his body, there is little doubt that he will perform well at the 2023 Mr. Olympia.

Featured image: SAMSON DAUDA / YouTube

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