Action Bronson continues to receive praise for his remarkable weight loss transformation over the past year. The rapper took to Instagram yesterday to show off the latest step in his progress. In the short clip, Bronson flexes several times for the camera while doing a full 360-degree turn to reveal his slim physique.
According to a celebratory article published by Bronson last week, he now weighs around 240 pounds, down about 160 pounds from his peak of almost 400 at the start of his forties in March 2020.
“FEELING STRONG. GETTING AROUND. NEVER STOP. PREPARE FOR MY FIRST RETURN CONCERT,” Bronson wrote in his all-caps style. “CONEY ISLAND 21 AUGUST BE HERE OR BE SQUARE.”
Several of Bronson’s celebrities reacted immediately in the comments, including UFC President Dana White, MMA star Frankie Edgar, bodybuilder Flex Lewis and strongman Eddie Hall. Perhaps the most enthusiastic response, however, came from one of Bronson’s most notable fans, comedian and podcast host Joe Rogan.
“My brother, you look fantastic! Such an inspiration for people to see that amazing things are possible when you dedicate yourself and master your discipline,” Rogan wrote. “I am immensely impressed!
In an interview with Men’s health Earlier this year, Bronson shared some training and diet information that has helped him lose all that weight. Her weekly routine includes, among other things, a combination of HIIT routines and heavy lifting.
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On the diet front, Bronson had to ditch the infamous high-calorie cheat meals that were his signature on shows like Viceland’s. Damn it’s delicious in favor of lean, protein-rich platters of eggs, chicken, and protein shakes.
Since then, Bronson has also remained active on social media, regularly sharing glimpses of other new workouts he’s trying, which have expanded to include gang moves, TRX rows, medicine ball throws and more. even more.
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