The John John Florence Diet, according to GQ

I don’t eat fast food, mostly home-cooked stuff. Chicken. Salads. Stuff like that. Oatmeal for breakfast. A big dinner. “ Even though he’s only 23 and “not a very good cook,” like most pro athletes he’s attuned enough to his body to know what makes him perform well (fresh-caught fish) and what makes him feel shitty (croissants). “I like to eat really early, 4 or 5 o’clock,” he says. “That helps out a lot, to digest before you sleep.

Go out and have a good time? “We had a couple fun times,” John John says, a smile creeping up his face. “But when you’re filming, you can’t be wasting days. So.

Today, another precious morsel of John John data is thrown to we, the peasantry: The Real-Life Diet of Pro Surfer John John Florence, as it is writ by excellent men’s publication, GQ.

The secret to keeping your energy levels up when you’re trying not to get crushed by a few thousand gallons of ocean lip? Naps. (Around 11 A. M. or noon. ) And lots and lots of carbs. “I eat a lot of pasta,” Florence says. “We eat relatively healthy.

Beachgrit writes about Wardo caving his wife’s face in and you pathetic cunts write about John John’s eating habits? Heavy.

Read more here: Stab Mag

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