Mark Wahlberg wakes up when a lot goes to sleep.
The Hollywood actor revealed the hard daily routine that follows, getting up in the middle of the night to practice.
Wahlberg, 47, known for his good form, detailed his regime while answering the questions of his followers on Instagram.
On a typical day, the actorbeer from the bed at 02:30 am and pray for half an hour. At 03.15, breakfast "oatmeal, blueberries and peanut butter".
Train for 95 minutes and eat again. He takes a protein shake, three turkey burgers and five pieces of sweet potato & # 39; in, he said.
He bathes for one and a half hours, plays half an hour of golf and at 8 o'clock he takes another snack with 10 meatballs of turkey.
Then enter into a cryogenic room for an hour to recover from the exercises.
Cryotherapy is a popular treatment for athletes in which the air temperature is reduced to -100 ° C, by means of liquid nitrogen, to relieve muscle and joint pain.
After this session the actor has a long day to go.
Time with the family
At 10.30 am eat again: grilled chicken salad with two hard-boiled eggs, olives, avocado, cucumber, tomato and lettuce.
Almost eight hours after getting up, attending meetings, answering work or spending time with your family.
Wahlberg has four children with his wife, Rhea Durham and the star insures get up early land Leave a lot of time free in front of to be with she.
"Usually I have to train and do all my things while my family is asleep, especially on weekends," he said.
That and the rewards of course. Wahlberg was considered the best-paid Hollywood actor in 2017 and remains one of the most sought-after artists.
The strict program also includes strict diets for the afternoon.
"An extreme lifestyle"
"At one o'clock I have a steak with green peppers and at 3.30 pm. bok cho I(Chinese cabbage). At 5.30 pm a beautiful piece of turbot or cod or sea bass, with some vegetables, maybe some golden potatoes and bok choi. And I take a lot of Aquahydrate (brand of purified water with electrolytes) during the day, "he said.
"That is it."
Wahlberg said that in the midst of these activities there is time to pick up their children from school.
John Brewer, Professor of Applied Sport Sciences at the University of St. Mary, in the United Kingdom, said that the human body adapts to extreme regimes, but it needs time to recover.
"What Wahlberg has done is clearly at the extreme end, and his physique must therefore have been significantly modified and changed," Brewer told the BBC.
But it may not be possible to maintain such a long-term program, he said.
"I suspect it may not be that extreme in 5 or 10 years, you might lose the will to do it or your body might say enough is enough."
"The message for most people is that it is not necessary to do as much as Wahlberg in front of reach the state of health and well-being that most doctors would recommend "he concluded.
Wahlberg also revealed that he falls asleep at 7:30 pm when many people still do not feel sleepy.