Mark Wahlberg has a reputation for going hard in the gym – and he just showed off the fruits of his labor in a short new Instagram video, which captures him flexing shirtless and showing off his shredded abs and pump biceps.
It’s the kind of physique that’s impressive at any age and in any setting, but especially when you remember that Wahlberg, 50, transformed her body last year for her role in the upcoming movie. Father Stu. He gained 30 pounds in less than a month, a process that involved eating up to 11,000 calories a day, but as he explained in an interview with Jimmy Fallon, gaining weight was actually harder than when he needed to lose weight.
“Unfortunately I had to eat, for two weeks, 7,000 calories, then for another two weeks, 11,000 calories. And it was fun for about an hour,” he said last year. “It’s such a hard and physical thing to do. Losing weight is just kinda hard – you don’t eat and you exercise. And that, even when you’re full, I would wake up afterwards a meal and have another meal. I ate every three hours. It was not fun.
After the end of filming Father Stuit’s safe to say that Wahlberg has since resculpted the abs that have been his trademark since he hit the scene with the Funky Bunch and those Calvin Klein commercials in the early 90s.
In the new Instagram video, Wahlberg claims the “secret” to his physique is the Performance Inspired line of sports nutrition products. (It’s certainly true that abs are made in the kitchen.)
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Nutritional supplements aside, however, Wahlberg’s toned chest and abs and lifted arms are undoubtedly at least partly the result of the now infamous workout routine that went viral in September 2018 after he shared it. on social media, which involves waking up at 2:30 a.m. and conditioning into two separate workouts as well as a recovery session in a cryotherapy chamber.
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