Bodybuilders and people who focus on gaining muscle have to take their diet incredibly seriously. I mean, have you seen how much sushi The Rock eats for his cheat meals? It feels almost inhuman. In what world can I please eat that much sushi?
Muscle building takes dedication. I'm a gym person and enjoy working out 5-6 days a week, but bodybuilders and people shaped like Chris Hemsworth take physical fitness to a whole other level. They have to be aware of every single thing they put in their body, and exactly how many grams to eat. Not to mention all of the protein shakes they're probably chugging. It seems like it'd be great to have that high of caloric intake, but honestly, it exhausts me just thinking about how much these guys eat to stay ripped. Factor that in with aging and the natural wear and tear of a body, and you realize that bodybuilding has to be taken seriously in order to be healthy.
It's not surprising that bodybuilders likely try new things when it comes to helping them gain muscle, but this might be the weirdest: new moms are making a load of money selling their breast milk to bodybuilders online.