Mark Wahlberg Shows Off Results Of His Workout Routine On Instagram
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Ever wondered what it takes to get a physique like Mark Wahlberg?
In the words of the man himself: "Six months of Performance Inspired Nutrition, Aquahydrate, and F45 training!! Clean eating!" Yep, it's as simple as that.
The 48-year-old Hollywood superstar has posted a recent snap to Instagram, showing off his muscular build... perfectly apt for a Hollywood superstar.
Fans were pretty impressed with what he's achieved, as one replied to his picture saying: "Mark you really are an inspiration." Another added: "We really [are] twins now." Good effort, mate.
However, most people couldn't peel their eyes away from a bloke on the right of the picture, who appears to be holding two samurai swords and smirking at the camera.
One comment reads: "Why he holding 2 katanas by its blade lmao," while another said: "Sorry, all my attention is on the guy holding two swords by the blade."
You do you, pal.
We already know that Ted star Wahlberg has a crazy workout routine, however, because we got one unsuspecting LAD to give it a go last year.
That came after the man formerly known as Marky Mark shared his gruelling workout routine with fans during a question and answer session, where he revealed the devastating news that his days begin with 2.30am get ups. Eek, count us out.
He has his first meal at 3.15am - he calls that meal 'breakfast', while we usually refer to any meal consumed around that time as 'takeaway after an alcohol fuelled evening'.
Then it's off to the gym until 5.15am, before a shower, half an hour of golf (still only 7.30am) and a snack. It continues in this frantic fashion throughout a day that also includes cryogenic chamber sessions and more meals than you might have thought imaginable.
There's even time to pick the kids up at 3pm, before heading to bed at 7.30pm, only to get up at half two and do it all over again.
One thing's for sure, this wacky way of working out is... well, working for him. He's 48, he looks (and most probably feels) better than the lot of us. So that's worth a tip of the hat, right?