PS: I’m not making excuses for my training regime. I’m not hating. I believe we are all free to do what we want with our bodies and I have nothing against steroids. In a world where people drink and smoke all the time, I certainly wouldn’t judge someone for wanting to look ripped and swole. I still workout plenty and am very committed to my physique, however, I would prefer to still fit into a suit then be massive. But to each their own. The only reason I write all of this is to educate all of those that are buying into the idea that protein powder and creatine will ever achieve a body like Simeon’s. Don’t buy into the hype and stay thirsty my friends.
PREPARE IT: Although many gadgets promise an easy way to separate the yolk from the white, the quickest, easiest method is to simply use your own clean hands. For this six-egg-white omelet recipe, crack six eggs into a medium-sized bowl. Next, using clean fingers, lightly grasp the yolks, lift them out one by one, and discard. With a fork or whisk, whisk the egg whites with salt, pepper and any of your favorite herbs until well combined and a few bubbles have formed on top. Spray a medium nonstick skillet with cooking spray. Place it over medium-high heat and add egg whites. After about 15 seconds, reduce heat to medium. Pull in on the edges of the omelet with a spatula and slightly tilt the pan so the uncooked egg runs under the cooked portion. Continue this around the perimeter until most of the uncooked egg disappears. Then fold the omelet in thirds, as if you're folding a letter to fit it into a business envelope. Using the spatula, carefully slide it from the pan to a plate and eat it immediately.