Samir Hussein Getty Images  If y you're one of the hottest stars in Hollywood, your scam will be pretty epic. Dwayne Johnson posted his last cheat day on Sunday in a couple of Instagram posts, capturing the overwhelming amount of comfort foods he took before training on Monday.
In the first picture, Johnson enjoyed a couple of fatty cheeseburgers with bacon (a bit of salad was under the rinderberg) as he poured his new tequila extensively. "I have a big gym shoot tomorrow for my next @projectrock @ underarmour collection," he wrote in the headline. "In a crazy science, these fraudulent meals tonight should actually help make my body fuller and more vascular for tomorrow's shots, or I just look for more excuses to drink my tequila and eat like shit." 19659005] In the second photo, his selection of sweet treats could not be limited to just one plate. "With a great Ken Burns documentary on PROHIBITION, we can destroy all that glitter of sugar, and we're having a damn good party," he said. "Do not cheat, treat yourself and enjoy your fraud meals, my friends."
Everyone aboard the Cheat-Meal train on Sunday, here's an incomplete list of everything The Rock eats on its day off:
- Two 8-ounce double cheeseburgers with bacon and fries  Double shot of tequila
- Brownies  Blondies
- Peanut butter, chocolate biscuits and double chocolate biscuits.
Johnson may call the "crazy science" of fraudulent days a reason to indulge, but the truth is not quite that simple. In fact, the idea that a cheat tag can actually help boost your metabolism is a misunderstanding. "Eating more to burn more is not quite how it works," said nutritionist Chris Mohr previously Men's Health . "Your metabolism will increase after eating, but if you eat 1,000 calories of pizza or brownies, your metabolism will not increase to 1,500 calories to cope with what you've just consumed."
So, if you do not spend so much time in the gym working on your cheating day as The Rock, you may not want to try repeating your Sunday menu and enjoying your favorite treats in moderation. "While the one-day binge can be helpful to some people, in the long run it can be more sustainable to occasionally consume smaller portions of your favorite food," says Mohr.