Julie Mazziotta
November 17, 2016 02:57 PM

 

What does it take for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to maintain his 6’5″, 245 lb., muscular body? Meat. So much meat.

Our 2016 Sexiest Man Alive detailed a day of his carnivorous diet for us, and we’re warning vegetarians now — look away!

Along with his meaty diet, Johnson works out five days a week for an hour and 15 minutes a day.

“It’s 20-35 minutes of low-impact cardio, generally on the elliptical. It’s easier on my joints,” he explains. “And then free weights, and I rotate muscle groups.”

Read on for his daily diet, and for more from this year’s Sexiest Man Alive — and to see who else made the cut — pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE on newsstands Friday

Before Breakfast

Rather than coffee, Johnson sucks down fruit-flavored “energy drink powders that I like to mix up.”

Breakfast

10-12 oz. of roasted potatoes

8-10 oz. of grilled sirloin

4-6 scrambled egg whites

3 Hours Later

8-10 oz. grilled chicken

1 ½ cups of white rice

3 Hours Later

10 oz. of bison

1 ½ cups of white rice

Salad with balsamic vinegar

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3 Hours Later

10-12 oz. of chicken salad, made with coconut oil, celery and onion

10-12 oz. of roasted potatoes

Salad

3 Hours Later

¾ of a cup of oatmeal, mixed with 10 egg whites and a scoop of peanut butter.

“I generally don’t eat many carbs before bed,” Johnson explains, “but I’m on a diet for a character.”

Hydration

2 ½ to 3 gallons of water a day

“It’s a lot,” he admits. “I’m always, as they say, yes, peeing.”

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