These Hollywood hunks are almost too hot to handle! Not only are they handsome, but their incredible bods are scoring lots of points with the ladies. So how'd they do it?
Mark Wahlberg might have a buff bod now, but getting there wasn't so simple. The 42-year-old told Men's Health magazine in April, "I'd wake up at 4:30 every morning, have a nice big breakfast — a preworkout igniter — and then I'd hit the heavy weights, depending on the day and the routine for the day. But it always involved lifting heavy, and mostly just lifting weights. And then a protein shake right after the workout. And then chicken, steak, fish, a little bit of pasta here and there. Just really overloading, meal after meal after meal."
Wahlberg's "Pain & Gain" co-star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is known for being a muscle man, but according to his tweets in June, his transformation into the character Hercules for his upcoming film is taking a lot of hard work and dedication. In a detailed image on the social network site, Johnson wrote, "My current 22 week diet for the role of HERCULES. Cardio & iron before going to set. (Lion blood is optional;)." In the pic, he made sure to include the various components of his diet, which he refers to as "The 12 Labors Diet"; he eats seven — yes, seven — meals a day, jam-packed with proteins and vegetables.
Though Henry Cavill looks like Superman, getting into crime-stopping shape involved a pretty grueling schedule. According to ABC News, the "Superman" star went through intense two-hour workouts, five or six days a week, for 11 months!
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