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In order to play him, the actor had to beef up. “We wanted him to look a certain way so I had to keep up a workout regimen,” says Damon. This was made even more necessary by the addition of the “hulk-suit,” an technologically advanced exoskeleton that makes Damon’s character stronger and faster. While the rig is meant to enhance Max’s physical capabilities, in real life, it meant Damon had to work out even more. “It’s kind of like wearing one of those old Bo Jackson weight vests,” says Damon. “It’s really insidious trying to carry extra weight even if you’re in shape. You just really need a pretty strong core or you can get injured pretty easily, particularly at my age.”
Certainly didn't hurt his look for the new Liberace film either.
Writes Brendon Ayanbadejo on Facebook today with the photo above:
Attacking today with an enthusiasm unknown to man kind!
Today's work out:
Chest press 20 reps
Military press 20 reps
Pull downs 20 reps
Triceps extension 20 reps
Bicep curls 20 reps
Leg curl 20 reps
Leg extension 20 reps
1/4 mile sprint
No slacking off since leaving the Ravens!
TIME magazine spills 'em:
"When TIME named Paul Ryan a runner-up in last year’s Person of the Year issue, many were familiar with his proposed budget, but few knew that the Wisconsin congressman stayed fit with the now-best selling P90X workout plan. (Ryan’s father and grandfather died of heart attacks.) In fact, it was Ryan’s fitness regime (and Herculean strength on all things fiscal) that inspired the workout-themed sitting for the Person of the Year; those portraits, photographed by Gregg Segal, appear in this week’s issue."
One more, AFTER THE JUMP...
According to his recent video's YouTube description, Miami-based fitness model Bryan Hawn's self-published book contains three exercises to obtain a perfect ass. For the video, which parodies a well-known scene from Emma Stone's Easy A, Hawn wisely chose a wardrobe that would boost sales.
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...