Joe Manganiello Hub
Joe Manganiello has a new fitness book out today called Evolution.
Here’s how Manganiello went from scrawn to brawn:
1. Challenge the impossible. “I’m not asking people to work as hard as they can. I’m asking you to go beyond what you thought was possible for yourself. That’s how you get in the best shape you’ve ever been, instead of just okay shape.”
2/ Double your muscle groups for twice the results. Work chest and back on Monday, legs and triceps on Tuesday and shoulders and back on Wednesday. Then restart the cycle after a rest on Sunday.
3. Eat high-protein, low-fat meals every few hours. “You’re training your body not to store anything, and that in conjunction with a fat-burning cardio program raises metabolism.”
4. You get what you give.
“I can’t think of anything else in life that gives you back a direct return the way training does. Focus on each breath, each rep, and you will see results.”
Broadway.com has got a first look at photos from the Yale Repertory Theatre's production of A Streetcar Named Desire including this smoldering shot of Joe Manganiello as the iconic factory parts salesman Stanley Kowalski.
If you missed the clip of Manganiello performing a monologue from the film that I posted the other day, you can check it out HERE.
(photo by Carol Rosegg)
Joe Manganiello summons some blistering intensity for a one-minute Stanley Kowalski monologue from Tennessee Williams classic play A Streetcar Named Desire, for the NYT 'In Performance' video series. How'd he do?
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A short time ago we posted some shots of Joe Manganiello from Men's Health UK flaunting his work-out routine. Now, in a couple shots from the stateside version of Men's Health, Manganiello takes that workout to the beach, and the pool for some post-workout relaxation.
Said Manganiello of the point of all this: "I want to look sinewy. I want to look like an animal when the shirt comes off, but I want it to be misleading when I have the shirt on."
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BY BOBBY HANKINSON
It’s no secret that HBO’s True Blood has built a solid gay fan base. Yes, there are parallels between the vampires' quest for civil rights and the current climate for LGBT Americans. But, beyond that, the over-the-top series serves up plenty of action with an abundance of beefcake. Don’t let the vampires, werewolves and witches fool you; this series is not for kids.
In honor of the sixth season premiere Sunday on HBO, we’ve rounded up six of our favorite gay moments from the show’s previous seasons.
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