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Bryson DeChambeau regretful of bulking regimen: ‘I had such huge mood swings’

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Bryson DeChambeau’s mass came with a catch.

A few years ago, the 2020 US Open winner noticeably gained 50 pounds of muscle by doing intense weight training and eating a 3,500 calorie protein shake. This, and fierce cornering speed training, helped him reach his goal of becoming the longest rider on the Tour.

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However, when talking to Emma Carpenter on Podcast 5 clubsDeChambeau, 29, was remorseful about his bulking regimen.

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“I had such strong mood swings because of that,” DeChambeau said. I look like I’m 20 again, not 35.

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“I ate things that didn’t work for my system, which I was very sensitive to, and eventually got to the point where it was too much. I had been eating the wrong food for almost a year and a half and started to feel weird. , my intestines were in complete disarray, so I became completely healthy and sat on the Whole-30 diet, signed up with a nutritionist. I had very severe inflammation.”

Injuries began to take their toll on DeChambeau in late 2021 and the first half of 2022. He played in the Masters at “80%” healthy and had wrist surgery shortly thereafter. He returned to competition in June at Memorial shortly before moving to LIV Golf. However, there were no outstanding results at the Saudi Arabian-backed circuit.

“I was terrible at golf last year,” he said, “I played my game of C.”

And DeChambeau cautions against using the same bulking method he used.

“Get stronger in a healthy way,” he said. “Take the Blood Sensitivity Test and find out what works best for your body to gain mass and strength.”



Source: www.golfchannel.com

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