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Chillen 02-09-2012 09:17 PM

2 pounds of butter per day.....


ricka182 02-09-2012 10:48 PM

That last video is just awesome. I love Furious Pete(no homo)..the guy is friggen hilarious. I follow him on YT and at sometimes. He pops in to a beer lovers thread over there.. Yeah, I know..a beer thread on a BBing site. It is under a misc sub-forum though. But yeah, the guy can eat so much, and he's really not that big. Built well when he needs to be for sure, but he makes eating look like breathing. Doing it non-stop without even thinking.. and yet, he still is able to maintain an impressive physique.(nh)

barnyalifts 02-12-2012 03:01 PM

I have seen him and he is pretty good. It is amazing what he eats for his size.

5kgLifter 02-12-2012 03:48 PM

That's some hot chocolate drink :)

austin.j.taylor 02-12-2012 05:21 PM

Furious Pete actually used to be anorexic(sp?) and beat that condition with competitve eating.

Tannhauser 02-12-2012 05:52 PM


Originally Posted by austin.j.taylor (Post 216201)
Furious Pete actually used to be anorexic(sp?) and beat that condition with competitve eating.

Is that a joke, or is it true? I so want it to be true.

BendtheBar 02-13-2012 08:13 AM


Originally Posted by Tannhauser (Post 216203)
Is that a joke, or is it true? I so want it to be true.

So he says:


In the Winter of 2002 I was hospitalized with Anorexia at the Toronto Sick Kids Hospital. Many factors come to play as to why I ended up in the hospital.

In short, a year prior to my hospitalization everyone in my family had health issues, including me. I ended up using food as a form of control to forget about the negativity that was happening and the stress/pressure of getting into university. I landed up in the hospital at a weight of 120lbs and my heart not being able to keep up with me. Had I gone to the hospital a day later, I may not have been here today.

After leaving the hospital on my own account, clearly not ready yet, I struggled with gaining and liking life, but slowly but surely through the help of friends and internet forums like I was able to start gaining and getting a more positive outlook on life. As I began to eat normally and started seeing body composition changes, I began to have more confidence. I actually stared to help others after a year or two with their problems, and people were referring to me as an inspiration

Years of training made me smarter, stronger and I took my body to a state that I can finally say I am pleased with. I learned many lessons and made many mistakes along the way, but it has made me better inside and out today. Recently I picked up on CrossFit training and as a result I have never been stronger with everything I do.

Now for the ironic part of my story…the part that has made me one of the world greatest eaters today.

In the early part of 2007 a few of my buddies and me went out to a breakfast pub

Fazc 02-13-2012 08:18 AM

Haha brilliant, I think he hit his macro's for the day!

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