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Ryan Terry Reveals His Mr. Olympia Supplement Routine

Ryan Terry Reveals His Mr. Olympia Supplement Routine
Monica Green
Writer and expert5 months ago
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Having taken three Arnold Classic Crowns, and several other esteemed bodybuilding titles, Ryan Terry isn’t short of achievements. But there was one title he was still chasing; Mr. Olympia Men’s Physique Champion.

After several eye-wateringly close Mr. Olympias where Ryan was placing in the top five, a few weeks ago Ryan achieved the title he had been coveting for so long when he was crowned Men’s Physique Champion at Mr. Olympia.

I managed to catch Ryan just after his Olympia win to find out what a daily supplement routine looks like for a Mr. Olympia champion. And he let us in on everything.

Daily vits

To kick off his supplement routine, Ryan starts off with a Daily Multivitamin. Packed with vitamins A, C D3, E, as well as thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin, this little tablet helps keep your daily well-being in top shape.

Pre-workout (AM)

Ryan always starts the day with fasted cardio, but he has a couple of supps that give him that extra push first thing.

“In the morning, I always go do my fasted cardio, but I’ll always have EAAs and L-Carnitine tablets, those two are an absolute must.”

EAAs are amino acids that your body needs but can’t make itself. These nine essential amino acids are the building blocks of protein, and it can be tough, particularly for those who don’t eat a lot of meat or dairy, to get enough EEAs through food alone. That’s where the THE EAAs come in.

Post-workout (AM)

Next, it’s a post-workout classic. Good old oats.

“Straight after training, I’ll have two scoops of Impact Whey in my oatmeal, either Chocolate Smooth or Chocolate Mint, those are my favorite flavors.”

It’s no surprise that Ryan uses the OG of protein – Impact Whey Protein. And it’s an OG for a reason, with 19g* of protein per serving, an excellent amino acid profile, and loads of flavors to choose from.

Intra-workout (PM)

Into the afternoon, Ryan’s gearing up for his second workout and first weights session of the day.

“In the afternoon, I do my full weight training session, I take my Impact EAAs before and maltodextrin.”

In the most basic terms, maltodextrin gives 50g of carbs to provide a quick boost of energy, making it essential during Ryan’s second workout of the day.

Post-workout (PM)

After this workout, Ryan needs a boost of carbs and of course, protein.

"I’ll have an Impact Whey Protein shake with two scoops of maltodextrin; I try to keep it really simple.”

Take home message

We can’t all be crowned a Mr. Olympia Champion, but there’s definitely a few tips to take away from Ryan’s daily supplement routine. His main piece of advice? Keep it simple. Don’t overcomplicate with tons of different supplements, just stick to what you know works for you.

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Monica Green
Writer and expert
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Originally from South London, Monica graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in Philosophy. After discovering a love for the gym whilst studying, Monica was drawn to weight training which helped her hugely through stressful times as a student. From writing for a popular student site, Monica developed her skills as an author, writing trending feature pieces regularly. She is thrilled to be able to combine her love for writing with her passion for the gym. In her spare time Monica loves to cook, try out new restaurants with friends and explore new walking trails.