stop eating modern wheat which is nothing like what humans ate and evolved along with for many millenia
Eikorn 7k-9k yrs old or Emmer 17,000 years old wheats derived from thousands of years of humans breeding them and evolving along with them naturally as vs modern wheat that one gets now and both are much healthier for humans
modern wheat is NOT what our ancestors ate even a few hundred years ago....it is completely different and unhealthy
Posted by: say what | Mar 9, 2012 9:38:38 AM
"exoskeleton insect look"???? I think a ripped set of abs like this is HOT!
Posted by: Lucas | Mar 9, 2012 9:42:05 AM
I'd love to shred cabbage on those abs any day!!
Posted by: Bob | Mar 9, 2012 10:00:51 AM
My first thought was, "Are those real or is the 6-pack painted on with lines of self-tanner?"
As for the wheat, I question myself on it every day. I'd like to drip it, but it's so ubiquitous.
Ever since Starbucks gave it's support to equality, I've bought food and drink there every day (sipping on an iced espresso right now... Yum.) But what do they sell for breakfast that's healthy and has no wheat? Nothing I can find.
Posted by: Gregv | Mar 9, 2012 10:15:07 AM
A 'bit' of a six pack is hot, but that looks like one of Ripleys failed clones in Alien resurrection.
Posted by: rovex | Mar 9, 2012 10:15:14 AM
It's="its." I know that; it's the auto-correct. Actually, I think I'll start calling it "auto-incorrect." Is there any way to shut it off?
Posted by: Gregv | Mar 9, 2012 10:18:37 AM
The biggest weight gainer is booze and soft drinks are probably number two.
He's had way too much cosmetic surgery for a guy his age.
Posted by: anon | Mar 9, 2012 11:13:51 AM
His stomach looks like a crawfish on it's back.
Moderation, my friend
Posted by: yukkity yuk | Mar 9, 2012 11:40:28 AM
When you work out, you get definition in the way "god" made you.
Geez, no one goes into the gym thinking "OH HEY IM GONNA MAKE SURE I DONT OVER WORK MYSELF IN CASE I GET NASTY ABS"
Just listen to yourself =.=;
Posted by: tkjasd | Mar 9, 2012 12:15:36 PM
For those that like the "Bear" look, America is your oyster with 75% being over weight, you have unlimited choices. For those that like the ripped muscled look the pickings are far slimmer (ha ha). The guy does hot drink the diet crap, nor eat the diet crap. He admits to eating fried food (Spray PAM). He's young, he's active, he does not eat crap. This is not brain surgery, it is common sense.
Posted by: Sargon Bighorn | Mar 9, 2012 12:32:51 PM
To each their own, but 4 me: 6-pak=hot, 12-pak=not.
And don't eat wheat, huh? Good luck with that. I've some friends who are allergic to wheat (it's a more common allergy than you might think), and finding food without wheat is quite the chore. Just for fun, try and do it for 24 hours. It's in everything.
So clearly, that's not quite the only key to a decent bod.
Posted by: Zlick | Mar 9, 2012 1:43:25 PM
zlick wheat allergies are on the rise due to humanity eating "modern" wheat
the staple of civilization would have weeded out those with wheat allergens long ago if it was the kind of wheat our ancestors ate
our ancestors ate Eikorn or Emmer whest which are both vastly different from "modern" wheat
both Eikorn and Emmer studies show to either not cause allergic reactions or a reaction at an extremely lower level than modern wheat does
wheat is not evil
Modern wheat is
and modern wheat in excess is extremely unhealthy
Posted by: say what | Mar 9, 2012 2:24:12 PM
I'm no expert, but even if our ancestors ate different wheat than we do, it doesn't mean they all walked around with 6-packs. Also, didn't they all die when they were, like, 28?
Stop running after gimmicks - neither a Bowflex machine nor Eikorn wheat is gonna solve all your problems.
Posted by: buster | Mar 9, 2012 3:06:47 PM
That guy works out at my gym. And he (and his tiny Asian girlfriend) eat at a restaurant I used to frequent for breakfast. I never paid all that much attention to what he was eating. But I watched him workout, and my assessment is this: he seems to get that look from about 35% genetics, 35% diet, 20% 'supplements'(ahem!), and 10% hard work.
And to the person who commented that he's had too much plastic surgery for someone his age: I don't know what you are seeing on screen, but in person the guy does not look even remotely like he's had plastic surgery. He's a top fitness model, so it wouldn't surprise me if he has had Botox, maybe some filler here and there or even laser. But surgery? Absolutely not.