This fitness model followed Robert Pattinson’s superhero diet plan for Batman
Robert Pattinson previously joked – in defiance of fans – that he didn’t do any training for The Batman. Naturally, if you’ve watched enough of the actor’s interviews, whether on the red carpet, on the radio, or on the press circuit, you’ll know he has a penchant for avoiding facts about what makes a good story: entertainment. He was quick to clarify his earlier remarks, insisting that of course he worked for the role, he just didn’t want to talk about it.
Since its theatrical release, The Batman blew audiences away, but for bodybuilder and fitness model Aseel Soueid, he was more intrigued by Pattinson’s diet. Soueid has worked as Wolverine, Captain America and Black Adam before, detailing the process on his YouTube channel. But in his latest video, he embraced the superhero diet that got Pattinson in shape to play the caped crusader.
The meal plan consists of six meals a day, all clean. It starts with a breakfast of oatmeal, banana and a hard-boiled egg, followed by a glass or orange juice and a cup of green tea. Next comes an entire can of tuna and four rice cakes topped with peanut butter. “It’s one hell of a buddy meal here,” Soueid says. “I used to eat this religiously, especially as a student. It’s as cheap as it gets if you need a quick ‘healthy’ snack, carbs and fats, that’s all it is… And there’s a lot of bulk, so it’ll definitely fit you satiate. Just a word of advice, don’t overdo peanut butter, as it contains a lot of calories.