Yeah. I mean, 119g of protein sounds like a lot, but a half chicken breast has about 30-40g of protein, your average protein-powder shake (like, I drink Isopure) is like 50g of protein in 10oz of liquid; nuts, soy, other meats, etc. all have protein. Other veggies have (incomplete, but still useful) protein.
I'm about 190lbs now, and I certainly don't eat, whatever, 140g or so of protein every single day, but on a day I rock climb, let's say I have a turkey sandwich with 4oz turkey on it, a full (double) chicken breast with dinner, a hard-boiled egg with breakfast, and a protein shake after climbing. That's like ~7g protein from the egg, ~15g from the turkey, ~70g from the chicken, and ~50g from the shake, that's over 140g and that's not really a huge volume of food (well, ok, it's a lot of chicken, but I like chicken.)
Plus, protein is not very calorie-dense. All that food I just listed is, let's see: ~400cal for the chicken, 150 calories for the turkey, 80 for the egg, and 200 for the isopure. That's like 830 calories total, which is well under half what I'd eat in a day I worked out, and that's still eating at a calorie deficit, i.e. trying to burn fat at the same time.
It takes some planning but it's very doable.
That said, I definitely don't do that every day, especially not days I am not working out a ton. Gotta vary it up, if for no reason other than to keep your diet interesting.