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Jonathan Majors Reveals He Consumed 6,100 Calories A Day For 4 Months For ‘Magazine Dreams’

Jonathan Majors ate 6,100 calories a day for four months for ‘Magazine Dreams’ (Photo Credit –IANS)

To become a bodybuilder, Jonathan Majors ate 6,100 calories a day for “Magazine Dreams” for four months.

The actor stunned everyone with his transformative performance as a toxic bodybuilding fanatic. majors appears as a hulking beast in the film, often with the camera hanging on its muscles for minutes at a time, reports Variety.

Jonathan Majors revealed at the Variety Studio presented by Audible at Sundance that he ate over 6,000 calories for four months to transform into the character.

“I am 1.80 meters tall. I’m 202 pounds,” Majors said. “To keep that up and grow, you need to eat as much protein as you weigh. I ate 6,100 calories a day for about four months. That included the front and back of ‘Creed III.’”

“The normal bodybuilder trains twice a day,” continued Jonathan Majors.

“What ended up happening was that I trained for two hours, twice a day before the film and a third time after the wrap. Meanwhile, you eat six times a day. Lots of chicken. Lots of moose. That’s just for me. I like it.”

After being jacked for ‘Creed IIIand “Magazine Dreams,” is Majors excited to take it easy with practice? It will scale back, but it won’t really slow down.

“I played football in Texas. I got hungry,” Majors said.

“I really like to be physically active. I like walking and running. I have dogs. I’m only 33 – I have to do something to keep up. I no longer exercise three times a day. Only once a day.”

Major’s performance in ‘Magazine Dreams’ was praised by Variety film critic Owen Gleiberman, who wrote in his review, “Majors looks and sounds like Dennis Haysbert’s hulking cousin, and his inner quiet pensive quality is transfixed. What an achievement!”

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