Chris Jericho details the diet that led to his body transformation

Under this plan, Jericho found himself striving to make his daily big meal — or, in this case, a quasi-large meal of eight ounces — which would be followed by one or two more snacks later in the day.

“And that would be it,” he added. “Just like any other diet — because I’ve been on a few — once you get the hang of it, it really isn’t that bad.”

Jericho preferred this approach to intermittent fasting, which he denounced as “the biggest dieting scam.” He also noted that because of this diet, he drinks about 100 ounces of water daily, which is a new experience for him.

“I was never really a water drinker, but now I’m pounding water,” he said. “Like, boom, I’m drinking 34 ounces — glug, glug, glug. You just have to retrain your body, and once you can do that, it’s not that bad. I can still have a drink. I’ll take my little shot glass for a little vodka, and it’s fine.”

Jericho also monitors his weight to make sure he doesn’t fly up again.

“I’m that guy who carries a scale with me everywhere,” he said. “If I’m over 210, I’ll retire. If it’s below 210, well, I’ll have a cheeseburger. If it’s 205, I’ll have a cheeseburger and a pizza. If it’s 215, I’ll be strict on the diet for a few days. Once you get there and stick with it, it’s good. You just have to know where you stand.”

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