Dorian re-invented the world of bodybuilding and truly took ultimate freaky size to the next level. He kept his
off-season weight at roughly 300 pounds and competed at over 250 ripped and shredded pounds to dominate!
Here's a look at Dorian's meal plan during his competitive years, take a look below and apply it.
8AM - 10 egg whites, 1 cup oatmeal (dry weight) mixed with whey protein
10AM - Meal replacement shake (pre-training)
1PM - Chicken breasts, green vegetables, brown rice
3PM - Meal replacement shake
6PM - 12 ounces steak, green vegetables, brown rice
9PM - 6 egg whites with protein powder
Famously known for his training program of high intensity which he roughly modeled after the Mentzer type
of training philosophy. Usually consisting of 2-3 warm up sets followed by 1 all out intensity power set.
Here's a look at the training split that Dorian used to build his 5x Mr. Olympia winning physique.
Day 1 - Shoulders, Triceps & Abdominals
Day 2 - Back & Trapezius
Day 3 - Rest Day
Day 4 - Chest, Biceps & Abdominals
Day 5 - Rest Day
Day 6 - Quads, Hamstrings & Calves
Day 7 - Rest Day