Georges St-Pierre, often known by the acronym GSP, is a retired professional mixed martial artist from Quebec, Canada. With titles in two divisions of the UFC, welterweight middleweight, St.Pierre is considered one of the greatest fighters in MMA history. He’s taken home a total of three Welterweight titles between 2006 and 2008. These big wins earned St.Pierre the title of #1 welterweight fighter in the world according to a number of reputable publications, like Sherdog.
In December of 2013, St.Pierre retired from the UFC holding the record for the most wins in title bouts. In 2017, he returned to the UFC to fight Michael Bisping, and won the Middleweight title, joining the ranks of only three other UFC fighters to ever take home titles in two divisions.
To this day, St. Pierre is still widely considered an expert in personal fitness. To keep his body in peak performance, St.Pierre follows a fairly strict diet and supplement regimen. These are the supplements and foods that St. Pierre eats.
Georges St-Pierre Supplements
What supplements does GSP use?
Georges St-Pierre Diet
In 2018, St-Pierre also talked about intermittent fasting in an interview with Joe Rogan. Intermittent fasting typically describes a diet in which one fasts for 16 hours of each day, and restricts their eating to an 8-hour period of the day. For example, this would mean eating all your meals between 12:00pm and 8:00pm, or 2:00pm and 10:00pm, etc.
When St. Pierre does eat, his diet reportedly consists of 3200 to 3500 calories per day of lean proteins, healthy fats, and carbohydrates. He typically consumes these calories in the form of two low-carb, pre-workout or “whenever” meals, and one high-carb meal that he eats an hour after training. Between all of these meals, St.Pierre consumes various protein bars and shakes.
This is what the exact portions of proteins, carbs, and fats breaks down into for each meal.
Two low-carb meals (650 calories each)
- 30 grams of fat.
- 40 grams of carbohydrates.
- 60 grams of proteins.
One high-carb post-workout meal 1-hour after training (700 calories)
- 10 grams of fat.
- 100 grams of carbohydrates.
- 60 grams of protein.
Two shakes to drink as “snacks” between meals (282 calories each)
These shakes consist of one scoop of protein powder, one scoop of greens supplement, one cup of frozen mixed berries.
- 12 grams of fat
- 25 grams of carbohydrates
- 18 grams of protein
Half of a protein bar to eat before working out (125 calories)
- 4 grams of fat.
- 20 grams of carbohydrates.
- 7 grams of protein.
Workout drink to consume while training (85 calories)
- 0 grams of fat.
- 21 grams of carbohydrates.
- 8 grams of protein.
Recovery drink to consume immediately after training (330 calories)
- 1 gram of fat.
- 44 grams of carbohydrates.
- 25 grams of protein.