This weight-gain diet is something serious.

We all know that dropping pounds is easier said than done. But after viewing the following diet-plan from Adonis Hill, who gained seventy pounds in order to lose weight with his client, packing on the pounds doesn’t look all that fun either.

Featured in GQ Magazine, Adonis opened up about the process, which included indulging in heavy meals from breakfast to dinner, and everything in between. A diet consisting of Big Macs, donuts, and bagels with cream cheese helped Adonis gain the first 50 pounds. A gallon of soda per day sealed the deal on the final 20.

One thing I was nervous about was getting addicted to these foods again and the depression. The last time I was big I was struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts. And, superficially, I was worried about the man boobs,” said Adonis, who once weighed in at 310 pounds.

#FlashBackFitToFatToFitFriday @alissabethkane People ask me .. What's your style of training? I say Its simple…. I do high volumes of COMPASSION. #HeartHealth Being compassionate involves understanding the suffering of another without feeling sorrow or pity. When there are these emotions, compassion has turned into personal unhappiness and only adds to suffering. Feeling the emotional pain of another doesn’t relieve their suffering. In actuality it adds to the collective field of unconsciousness creating suffering. If someone is suffering from hunger then it is more appropriate to provide nourishing food. If they are thirsty, provide them something to drink. If someone is in emotional pain bring your love and unconditional acceptance. It would not help people for the caretakers to go hungry and thirsty also. Although this is often the approach people take with their empathy or sympathy when people are without love and acceptance. When caretakers have emotional reaction of sadness or sorrow they nourish no one. A compassionate person brings the nourishment of love and acceptance to the situation that is starving for those emotions until someone can feed themselves. Sometimes the best action you can take to help relieve emotional suffering of another is being present with your attention on the person – #DeeperThenJustWorkingout #FITtoFATtoFIT #iKnowBecauseiBeenThereTWICE #CompassionWINS Now this is what I call ❤️ #HeartHealth #HeartMonth #AmericanHeartMonth #HeartSurgery #GoRedWearRed #AdonisMovesAmerica {— if you find the workouts helpful please show your love my donating to my go fund ……. My walk across America to get people moving 💢LINK IN BIO💢

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Adonis avoided doing any exercises during his four-month binge period. For his episode on A&E’s Fit To Fat To Fit, the trainer began to shed the weight through a strict high-fat, high-protein, low-starch diet, and implemented a single cheat-hour after three weeks.

Now, Adonis is back to looking better than ever and he plans to travel the country to spread awareness about obesity. Check out his full weight-gain diet plan below.

Coffee and cake

Chips or a donut

Three $1 pizza slices

Sleeve of Oreos, double stuffed

Two Big Macs, fries, apple pie