Emil Goliath Diet

Emil Goliath is making a name for himself in the world of health and fitness. Not only is he a medical doctor, he helps other people achieve their fitness goals as well. For someone who had at one point weighed 142 kilograms (313 lbs), the effort he put into his new lifestyle is definitely something that leaves many in awe.

Now, not only is busying himself with his career in medicine he’s also an entrepreneur that also competes in various physical competitions. He had actually always had an interest in fitness, having enjoyed rugby as a young adult before transitioning into working out in gyms.

Once he reached this point in his life, the Emil Goliath we’ve come to know was born. What at first had been something he did for health reasons, became something he wanted to show off to the world- letting everyone know that this is something that can be achieved if you want it hard enough.

Emil Goliath Workout

Emil Goliath

Because of his busy schedule, Emil Goliath’s training routine is often open-ended. There are things he aims to do each time. For example, he recommends around 5-6 days of workouts. The sixth is optional rest, but the seventh is required. He does what he can with the time that he has.

Every day that he works out, he makes sure to focus on one muscle group. So that everything is toned throughout the week. If he finds himself lacking in one muscle group, then he’ll go over it on the sixth day – rather than taking a rest.

Here are example workout posts that can be found on his Facebook page:

Project Goliath August 12

“Leg day with @luke_fisher_pt the only way we know how when we can’t be arsed to think:

  • squat variation
  • lunge variation
  • leg press variation
  • leg extension

There were minimal frills (one set to failure with bands) and the rest was 10ish reps increasing the weight each set for 4-6 sets. Just 4 exercises took about an hour and left us suitably broken as you can see from the facial expressions. Great session. Might even rest tomorrow”

Project Goliath August 7

“Full body weights session this morning (it’s a catch up and social with Brian more than any specific muscle benefit) and I’ll train a body part as normal later on

  • Seated Row
  • Leg Press
  • Reverse pec Dec
  • Seated Chest Press
  • Seated DB curls
  • Seated DB shrugs

3-4 sets or some reps on each. Working hard but not killing ourselves. There is such thing as training for the sheer enjoyment of training now and again.”

Emil Goliath Diet

Emil Goliath

Another thing that Emil Goliath is passionate about, is food and nutrition. He’s very outspoken when it comes to not differentiating the foods that people say are ‘good’ and ‘bad’ for you.

He believes that what you eat doesn’t necessarily shape your figure, so long as you can keep it balanced. In that same vein, he had even begun something he calls the #veganbodybuilding where he tests out the effects of veganism to his physique.

Emil does believe that one should be careful of what they eat, but not so much that they keep themselves from eating the foods they want to eat. This is the same standpoint that he has when it comes to supplements. He doesn’t worry too much about it, although he makes sure the ones he uses work for him: Creatine, Vitamin D3, and Omega 3s.

Here is an example food post from his Instagram:

August 31

“Post workout and lunch in one. Tofu, aubergine, posh bean leftovers from yesterday and some tomato with spring onion. Looks lush, tastes lush.#veganbodybuilding

Here is a sample recipe for vegan posh beans from greatbritishchefs.com:


  • 1 tbsp of oil
  • 1/2 onion, finely diced
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tbsp of tomato purée
  • 1/2 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1/4 tsp dried thyme
  • 1 tbsp of brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp of soy sauce
  • 400g of tinned cannellini beans, drained (240g when drained)
  • 100g of passata
  • black pepper


  1. Heat the oil in a saucepan, and add the onion and garlic. Cook over a medium heat for 5 minutes until soft and translucent. Add the tomato purée, paprika, thyme, brown sugar and soy sauce, and cook for a couple more minutes
  2. Add the beans and passata, and simmer for at least 5 minutes, until the mixture is piping hot and the sauce has thickened a little
  3. Season generously with black pepper – you probably won’t need salt because of the soy sauce, but add it if you think it needs it. Serve warm on toast

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