Herschel Walker Is Not Natural And Push-ups Are Not His Secret

Herschel Walker is a former football player and mixed martial artist. He got quite popular because of his crazy claims that he built his super powerful physique by doing only push-ups, sit-ups and other bodyweight exercises.

Of course, this is pure nonsense and there is much more besides push-ups that’s required to build similar body. You can do all the push-ups and sit-ups in the world, you ain’t getting those traps naturally, baby!

Herschel Walker Is Not Natural And Push-ups Are Not His Secret

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Why do people believe Herschel Walker’s nonsense?


People, for the most part, are very stupid.

Most people are very naive, ignorant and stupid for the most part. We are programmable creatures and can be conditioned to believe almost anything. If we go back in time around the 40s and ask the Germans whether they agree with Adolf Hitler’s policy, most would probably say ‘yes’. That’s the only mindset that allows the leaders to get away with what they are doing. They know it very well and exploit the fact that humans can be conditioned to accept almost anything because we are so deeply separated from our original nature.

We’ve forgotten who we are.

If you keep that in mind, it becomes apparent why there people who believe Herschel Walker’s disinformation that he has built his massive body through simple push-ups and running.

Herschel Walker was a professional athlete for a very long time. He was a pro football player for many years and there is no doubt that you can’t make it as a pro in this sport without using anabolic steroids. It just doesn’t happen.

In the documentary Bigger, Faster, Strogner, which examined the usage of anabolic steroids in America, it was documented that even the teenage high school football players were on steroids in order to do better in sports. Do you really think that a game that is so competitive will somehow remain steroid free? Come on. There are millions to be made and besides even Lance Armstrong had to admit he did not compete as drug free athlete. What do you think the other pro players are using? Ferry dust?

What about genetics? {asks the insecure nerd who believes Santa and political elections are real}

Herschel Walker has great genetics for sports. Nobody denies that fact. However, even with the great genetics that he has there is no way to outplay the human nature. According to the information available online Herschel Walker’s diet was basically consisting of only one meal a day which was usually soup, salad and bread.

So, to summarize: Mr.Herschel Walker was 6’1″ / 225 lbs with muscles on top of muscles. He built his massive physique by eating one meal a day containing about 10 grams of protein and his training routine consisted of push-ups, sit-ups and running.

Do you even understand how ridiculous the above statement is? It’s like believing that you can get as rich as Donald Trump by saving your lunch money.

Herschel Walker’s diet alone reveals that he is ‘trolling’ everybody. Even if you have the greatest genetics on the planet and take anabolic steroids, you cannot get as big as him on such pathetic diet that lacks both – calories and protein. You can’t beat nature. It’s like putting a pot on your head and trying to do a pull-up. It’s not going to happen regardless of who you are.

As sucker is born every minute…

Under this article presenting Herschel Walker’s way of training and eating someone posted the following comment via Facebook:

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As you can see people are stupid enough to justify one illusion with another one. We’ve exposed the prison myth already and it should be obvious to most people that it’s just an illusion created by superficial Hollywood movies. We are sorry, but you can’t get as humongous as Herschel Walker by doing push-ups and eating like a bird.

What’s next? Getting to the size of Ronnie Coleman through visualization?

Yeah, right! Grow up, kiddo!

References:
http://theathleticbuild.com/herschel-walker-bio-workout-and-diet-plan/ Retrieved on June 21, 2014/

11 comments

  1. Lee delo

    Who are you to judge Herschel Walker? How do you what he does?

    Cavemen had muscles but they didn’t get to eat a ton because they had to kill there prey. He is basically forcing his muscles to grow with all the push-ups, sit-ups and running.

  2. Do your research

    He didn’t build his physique eating one meal a day you quack, He only in recent years started eating like this, Do some research before you start spouting nonsense.

  3. Do your research

    Apologies, I mean to type he was a chubby kid who worked out all the time since it was really young, He only started eating like this when he was in highschool, I would say genetics are the cause but if you body adapts to a routine then its really not to hard to keep it going, And for his size? I would have to say he probably increased his capillary density over time due to all the specific training he did. And you have to realize it wasn’t like he was running nonstop marathon, He chopped his workouts into sets so it would kind of be like high set sprints for the upper and lower body.

    1. Do your research

      The only problem i have with this entire routine is if he is eating this way sure his muscles might be able to adapt, Get stronger etc, But happens to all the other body parts such as organs and bones, With this type of routine your body burns off a so many calories that it makes you wonder if these other body parts are getting the proper nutrients, I mean at the least he is definitely lacking in the vitamin department.

  4. Nick Leon

    You are dumb as fuck for writing this article. It is easy to say someone cant get built on pushups alone because no one does 5000. do even 2000 pushups a day and see if you dont get ripped. All of those pushups will give you a better workout than 30 minutes of weightlifting. Who is to say you can’t put chicken and eggs in your salad to get more protein. rather than say it cant be done, why don’t you try to do 2000 pushups and situps everyday for a month. I’m sure you will be jacked and wont be saying this bs.

      1. Nick Leon

        you’re the one who is poppin shit. lazy ass mother fucker. trying to say what is and what isn’t possible, just because you don’t have the drive to do anything but type shit.

  5. Lee delo

    Thank you Nick, someone with some sense. If he did his research he would see that Herschel had been doing the diet since the 80s. Honestly, you should be happy that you don’t have to take in all that protein to build size.

  6. conway samples

    who every wrote this article is a idiot. I am 48 years old and I do 600 pull ups a week with all kinds angles. And 1200 push up and 300 dips a week. I look better now then when I was in the gym wasting time. if your going to write a article this stupid. please have been a decent athlete

  7. Wade Race

    Walker has built up to this workout everyday since he was a teenager. The human body is amazingly adaptive and that hard work and consistency paid off for him. How about you try that instead of worrying about who’s on what or going right to “steroids” whenever someone has a fit body?

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