Hollywood superstar Mark Wahlberg is best known for his roles in popular films like “The Fighter”, “Ted”, “The Planet of the Apes”, “Three Kings “, “Pain and Gain” and many, many more.
In preparations for his upcoming roles, Mark Wahlberg has always shown crazy work ethic and commitment to his physical fitness.
More recently, Mark Wahlberg has been putting in work at the gym for his upcoming role in Marvel Eternals.
“I found out a year ago I was going to be in Marvel’s Eternals and decided I wanted to transform how I looked,” he shared about his transformation process. “I would not have been able to do this if I didn’t have a full year with the best trainers and nutritionists paid for by the biggest studio in the world. I’m glad I look like this, but I also understand why I never did before. It would have been impossible without these resources and time.”
Admitting that he took a completely different approach to transforming his physique this time around, the Hollywood star posted a picture of his progress on Instagram earlier in December, 2019.
The 48-year-old actor credits his ripped physique to 6 months of intense dieting and following a workout routine called “F45 training”.
Mark Wahlberg claims to have used supplements from Performance Inspired Nutrition, a health supplement company co-founded by Wahlberg himself, and Aquahydrate – bottled water that contains electrolytes and elevated alkaline levels.
Now other celebrities including Teri Hatcher, Mario Lopez and J Balvin are giving this workout program a go.
Great gains come with great criticism. After posting his body transformation plenty of critics have come out to say that at 48 years of age, it is hard to believe that Wahlberg could have achieved these gains through hard work and dieting alone. Nevertheless, nobody can take away his commitment to sticking to a strict routine and achieving his physique. His daily workout routine would be a serious challenge for anyone.
In 2018, the Hollywood actor revealed that he typically wakes up at 2:30 a.m. and hits the gym by 3:30 a.m. He then later goes to the gym for workout No. 2 at 4 p.m. In order to keep up with his demanding workout routine, he eats dinner with his family at 5:30 p.m. and goes to sleep by 7:30 p.m.
This article first appeared on GYMNASIUMPOST.com on 5th August, 2020.