"It's a standard plyometric exercise, but Andy has to throw in some
bulkiness [the log]. He wants it to be uncomfortable. It tests your
YES, HE HAS SOME
Gorilla guzzles more than six quarts of water daily to offset the five to seven
pounds he loses during a Suns game. He also follows a diet, overseen by his
wife, Malarie, that is light on carbs and heavy on organic fruits and
vegetables. "She does the shopping," says Gorilla, "I do the
eating." Here's a game-day menu.
A two-egg-white burrito with cheese and salsa on a whole-wheat tortilla; one
bowl of oatmeal, with steel-cut oats, which is high in fiber.
One bowl of organic free-range grilled chicken and whole-grain rice. "I
can't eat much too close to game time. I'll feel too heavy."
A banana and a spoon of peanut butter. "I grind the peanuts myself. Also,
at the movies I'll have Milk Duds."
Bowl of wild lettuce, spinach, albacore tuna, free-range chicken, strawberry
balsamic vinaigrette and poppy seed dressing. "I eat, launder my suit and
go to bed about two."