Hennie Kotze

Bodybuilder Diet

Get expert advice on your bodybuilder diet

If you are thinking of changing your lifestyle to be more healthy, with a specific focus on bodybuilding, you need to take a number of factors into consideration. First of all there is your attitude – if you are not committed and determined you will have a hard time in reaching your goals. Then there is the bodybuilder diet and the exercise regime you need to follow.

Fortunately, it doesn’t need to be a daunting task that puts you off your ideals. That is if you have the guidance and assistance of a leading bodybuilder and trainer that knows what he’s talking about because he walks the talk. Hennie Kotze is a leading South African bodybuilder who is the 2009 Mr SA of the International Federation of Body Building and Fitness – and he has been highly placed in a number of international competitions.

As with most other types of sport, the bodybuilder diet will change depending on what your goals are. Hennie has an off-season and pre-contest diet that he follows. Remember, your current body composition will affect your diet so you cannot follow someone else’s diet.


The bodybuilder diet is not just eggs and meat

There is a common misconception that bodybuilders eat enormous amounts of food every day – especially items like eggs and meat. The most important thing to remember, especially when you are training is to eat regularly – Hennie has six meals spread throughout the day.

Hennie is a qualified bodybuilder trainer who can help you with all aspects of your bodybuilder diet, from diet and exercise to the supplements that can help you with your strive to physical perfection.

If you want his expert advice, get in contact with him today.


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Hennie Kotze would like to thank all his sponsors for their support over the years.

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