Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Melbourne's Chew Crew who devour mountains of junk food as a weekend 'sport' and


The Chew Crew who egg each other on to eat massive amounts of junk food as a weekend 'sport'… and drink 3.5 litres of water first to stretch their stomachs
Cal Stubbs, Riley Murphy, and Issac Martin are Melbourne's Chew Crew
The trio compete in local and international eating contests every weekend
They eat healthy on weekdays and skoll water to expand their stomachs
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From sculling gallons of water to stretch their stomachs to jetting abroad in pursuit of competitions, this Melbourne trio treat eating like professional spot.
Cal Stubbs, Riley Murphy, and Issac Martin – collectively known as The Chew Crew – are attacking mammoth meals one venue at a time, and they're leaving a trail of empty plates in their wake.
They follow a diligent pattern of healthy eating through the week, before undoing their belts and waging war on all manner of culinary monstrosities when the weekend arrives.



They follow a diligent pattern of healthy eating through the week before waging war on mammoth meals every weekend
Mr Stubbs told The Age they attack up to eight eateries per weekend, with social media snaps showing the men attacking pizzas and burgers so big it beggars belief.
'In two days we'll each get though five kilos of meat a day, it's pretty crazy,' he said.


The 33-year-old said their gulp water as part of their training – a precarious technique to stretch ones stomachs open for the looming onslaught.

'I started by sculling a litre of water and have that sit in your stomach and stretch and then you build up ... now I am at 3.2 litres ... you don't want to do any more than 3.5 litres because after that you can drown your organs.'


Riley Murphy feeds off the shocked reactions of wide-eyed spectators to his fattenning food feats
Fellow Chew Crew comrade Riley Murphy said he feeds off the shocked reactions of spectators who fail to ascertain where it all goes.
'I really like the element that people say it can't be done. I am only a small guy myself, and the fact that we can do things, it's almost superhuman in a funny sense.'
Despite grave warnings from dietitians that binge eating is an unhealthy affair, the group have a spate of contests on the horizon.


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