Recently, Steve Harvey posted to Instagram about how a healthy lifestyle, including eating right and working out, may greatly enhance one’s health.
The host of “Family Feud,” who appears to have taped footage in various areas around his house, including the gym, uploaded a post on November 2 in which he discussed the foods he tries to eat on a regular basis.
He said, “I need food that gives me energy, a lot of vegetables, man, every day. A lot of vegetables of greens. I eat meat, now, don’t get me wrong. I’m a protein guy. I love protein, but I make sure I get that vegetable intake in me.”
The 65-year-old went on to say that he prefers fish and barbecue-style meals, but only consumes them sometimes due to their negative effects on his health and performance in the gym if eaten too frequently.
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Harvey said, “When I eat protein, I eat a lot of fish too. Yeah, I am not going to lie, I got an outdoor kitchen, I’m a barbecue guy, so I’m not going to stop being a barbecue guy. I’m just not, man. But I do everything in moderation. You can’t work out one day and eat bad three days. Work out a day, eat bad two days.”
Harvey concluded the film by discussing the guidance he received from his trainer, Lee Haney, a former bodybuilder, and eight-time Mr. Olympia winner. The host of “Steve on Watch” claimed that Haney’s recommendations amounted to nothing more than an explanation of how one cannot out-train a poor diet.
He said, “My trainer taught me something, Lee Haney, Mr. Olympia, eight-time Mr. Olympia. He taught me something a long time ago. He said, ‘You can’t out-train a bad diet.’ He said, ‘Steve, you can train every day. If you’re eating badly, you cannot out-train a bad diet. You can’t eat anything you want and then say I’m going to go work all that off.’”
There was a video with the description, “‘You can’t out-train a BAD DIET!’ My greens, lean proteins, and other vegetables keep my energy up! Work on incorporating those into your diet daily. Trust me. Your body will thank you.”
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Many of Harvey’s followers thanked him for posting such an important message. Harvey has discussed his concerns about aging and the need of maintaining a healthy lifestyle in the past.
On September 23, the father of four wrote, “Age don’t sneak up on you man. Age walks up on you, slaps you and drags you off. I don’t want to just leave it to cherish. I don’t want to just let it takes it course and go away as fast as it can. My drive is be able to move, have a form of flexibility without everything hurting.”
Additionally, Harvey mentioned that he experienced pain in his back and knees before he began included stretches in his workout routines. When asked about the advantages of exercise, he stated, “Working out is not easy all the time but the benefits for your health is immeasurable because that goes into the two most important things you have. And that’s your time and your health. Aging is cool. I’m glad.”
At the end of the video, Harvey recalled being asked what age he most desired to relive. Asked how many he was, Harvey said 64 since that was “the greatest I ever had it.”
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