CHARLOTTE – Since turning professional in 2007, Rory McIlroy has undergone a physical transformation, the kind you rarely see from someone already established among the higher rungs of the sport.
Eating well and exercising wasn’t a priority, together with his own body fat hovering around 24 percent, when he came. That figure fell with Rory now standing 160 and 5-foot-10 pounds of lean muscle.
He take action? During a commitment to a workout program also, because he demonstrated on Tuesday a few dieting habits that are maybe not overly-complicated, ahead of this week’s PGA Championship:
“Everything in moderation is my motto. I don’t cut anything out. I will have some chocolate, if I feel I need some chocolate. I’ll have a burger if I want a burger, but I wouldn’t have a hamburger every day. So everything. I’m not so strict with my diet plan. Probably should be a little more strict, if I’m honest, but you are allowed a treat every once in a while, so try to keep it like that.”
Seems simple enough! Shortly, we’ll all be as ripped as Rory. Which means we are all thanks for a flurry of championship wins.
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