JASON Kelce has become an NFL legend thanks to a combination of lifting weights – and eating McDonald’s.

The Philadelphia Eagles center has a relaxed attitude towards his diet and is happy to eat fast food to ensure he gets enough protein. As an offensive lineman, Kelce has no desire to have a six-pack.


Rather he seeks to maintain his burly frame for the grueling position in the NFL trenches. I think a lot dof guys take nutrition really seriouly, Kelce said.
There’s a level of it, right? As long as you’re in the middle, you’re going to be fine.
I can go to Wawa, look at the menu, and figure out what to have.

 

i don’t need to have brown rice and chicken breast with no flavor. If that’s what’s requiured of me to play in the NFL. I probably wouldn’t do it. At 6-foot-3 and 282 pounds, Kelce is extremely quick strong for his size. And he has maintained his high levels of performance and durability in the league thanks to his grueling workouts in the offseason.

Kelce hasd won the Eagles offseason ‘championship belt’ multiple times after coaches give the players to compete against each other in events such as tug of war, agility drills, strength tests.

It’s just a great way for all of us to work out and challenge each other. That’s what it’s all about, he said.
Kelce also works out three or four days a week, and runs two or three times a week during the offseason.

As long as I’m in shape going into camp, everything will kind of figure itself out, he said.
You don’t want to overthink it.