Lolo Jones is living the kind of life most people would envy: she’s consuming thousands of calories per day in an effort to put on weight. In fact, Jones has been tweeting about her mission to put on some muscle as she prepares for US Olympics team bobsledding trials in two weeks.
Two weeks ago, Jones goofed around and asked on Twitter if anyone else was on a 9,000 calorie diet.
Anyone else on the 9,000 calorie diet?
— Lolo Jones (@lolojones) September 17, 2013
Since then, she’s been keeping her followers updated on her struggle to consume 9,000 calories each day.
3,000 more calories to eat before bedtime
— Lolo Jones (@lolojones) September 26, 2013
How does she do it?
I drink a 1,350 calorie weight gainer shake by twinlab 3xday & mix w heavy whipping cream RT @peterkluk: What's the trick to gaining weight?
— Lolo Jones (@lolojones) September 24, 2013
In addition to drinking three weight gainer shakes per day, Jones told USA Today she makes late-night runs for double-bacon cheeseburgers.
When Jones competed in the 2012 Summer Games in London as a hurdler, she weighed 133 pounds. She says her weight dropped into the 120s as she became depressed following her disappointing showing in the Olympics. But her goal is to get up to 160-162 pounds for the Winter Olympics. Why? The thinking in bobsledding is that it takes mass to move mass. And Jones is certainly putting on mass.
On Sunday, Jones proudly shared that she was up to 158.5 pounds:
After dinner I weighed in at 158.5! I way more than mayweather holding a toy poodle #hurdlingbobsledder
— Lolo Jones (@lolojones) September 30, 2013
Even though she’s putting on weight like a freshman in college, Lolo is still staying in shape. She says she is still cut and has abs and that it’s just mass she’s adding to her frame. Four weeks ago, Jones said she was weighing 155 pounds with the goal of putting on seven more. Look how muscular she was at that time:
Yeah, so she definitely hasn’t added a gut. Since she’s always talking about needing a date, maybe she should get together with Tim Lincecum, because they have a lot in common when it comes to weight gaining efforts.Google+