Andy Allen is a celebrity chef, TV personality, and judge who has appeared on shows such as MasterChef Australia, Three Blue Ducks, and others.

Andy is also well-known for his food blogs and videos, and despite all of that food, he remains lean and fit, as if he follows a healthy diet. So, if you’re looking for the Andy Allen workout and diet plan, keep reading.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Height 5 ft 10 inch (approximately)
Weight 75-78 kg (approximately)
Age 33 years
Chest 42 inch
Waist 32 inch
Biceps 14 inch

Andy Allen: Diet Plan

Andy Allen eats only organic food, whether it’s fish or chicken; when it comes to food, Andy Allen eats nothing but organic. In terms of diet, I haven’t found anything specific. “Life is all about balance,” Andy says.

That is why, whenever he consumes unhealthy food, he ensures that he follows it up with a healthy and nutritious meal. So, since I’m not sure what diet to recommend for a chef, I’ll suggest my essential intermittent fasting diet, which includes a 16-hour fast and an 8-hour eating window.

Andy Allen’s diet consists of the following:

Meal 1 (noon)

  • Chicken breast
  • Rice
  • Veggies

Snack

  • Fruit smoothie

Meal 2 (4 pm)

  • Chicken/turkey or lentils
  • Rice
  • Salad

Meal 3 (7:30 pm)

  • Salmon or tuna
  • Salad
  • Veggies

Andy Allen: Workout Plan

Andy Allen is a professional chef who is constantly on the lookout for new foods. Andy also works for television shows, which require him to eat at various locations and sample a variety of unhealthy foods. So how does Andy keep himself so lean when he eats so many things and has different types of food every day?

To find the answer to the question, I came across this article in which Andy gives an interview and discusses how much he enjoys working out. Andy didn’t talk about his regular exercise in that interview, but he did give us a 20-minute home bodyweight workout. Andy did this workout during his quarantine. All you have to do is finish five sets of the following exercises:

  • Push-ups x 20 reps
  • Squats x 20 reps
  • Burpees x 10 reps
  • Chair dips x 10 reps
  • Plank x 60 seconds

Even though Andy claims that this workout keeps his body active, other exercises may be added. Many people who require results from a different physical stage than Andy, I believe, will need to add more exercises to this routine. As a result, I’ll incorporate good weight training and a cardio routine. If you are almost in Andy’s shape, however, you are free to skip the weight training and stick to the bodyweight routine.

Andy Allen’s workout includes the following:

Weight Lifting

Four days of mixed weight training workouts will be combined. However, because we aren’t looking for a lot of bulk here, don’t take too much time between sets.

Sets: 4

Reps: 15,12,10,8

Monday

  • Push-ups
  • Pull-ups
  • Bench press
  • Dumbbell flyes
  • Lat pulldowns
  • Cable rows
  • Shoulder press
  • Lateral raises
  • Shrugs

Tuesday

  • Squats
  • Jump squats
  • Weighted squats
  • Barbell front squats
  • Leg press
  • Lunges
  • Leg extension
  • Stiff-leg deadlift

Thursday

  • Wide grip push-ups
  • Diamond push-ups
  • Biceps dumbbell curls
  • Barbell curls
  • Hammer curls
  • Triceps pushdowns
  • Triceps bench press
  • Triceps dumbbell kickbacks

Friday

  • Smith machine squats
  • Hack squats
  • Crusty lunges
  • Single leg pushdown
  • Hip thrusters
  • Hip abduction
  • Calf raises
  • Hyperextension

HIIT Cardio

Training Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 

We’ll be doing 30 minutes of cardio here. We’ll do HIIT training for about 30 minutes in this routine, which will include 15 minutes of running and 15 minutes of hydro-rowing, with one minute of moderate speed and 30 seconds of sprinting.