Competitive eaters have a few secrets they have developed over the years to help them stuff food into their stomachs a little bit faster than the others. The most essential thing is the water. Every competitor keeps a cup of water at the table to stuff the contest food. It softens and lubricates the food, allowing them to chew it faster and swallow it easier. Technically any liquid could be used, but anything that has calories (juice) will make it harder to eat more in the long run of the contest.
There is another crucial technique to be a competitive eater which is to cut the food into smaller pieces before eating it. This allows competitors to fit more food into their mouths at once, and chew it more efficiently. All professional eaters mostly eat hot dogs and buns separately.
Competitive eating is a matter of your willpower. Competitors must fight their stomach’s natural reaction to stuff such as a large amount of food into it very quickly without getting sick. I’ll give you some tips about competitive eating:
Now, I think you got enough tips if you have the desire of being a competitive eater. You should practice eating large amounts of food, drink more water especially during the meal, strengthen your jaws and try to control your breathing. Try not to do anything dangerous or might cause health problems.