Aquaman Star Jason Momoa Reveals Unhealthy Fitness Regimen to Stay Ripped

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
November 27, 2020  01:42 PM



We can't deny the fact that Jason Momoa is ripped to the core but according to the Aquaman star, that wasn't always the case and before he went on to achieve his massive physique, he would go to extreme lengths to make sure he stays ripped and muscular. Apparently, before becoming the stud that he is today, there were people who criticized him for having a "dad-bod".

Momoa started to take things seriously when he was still playing Khal Drogo in HBO's hit fantasy series Game of Thrones. In order to get his desired physical shape, Momoa would munch on virtually anything and not just healthy food. In a recent interview with Men's Health, he revealed that he stuffed himself with huge amounts of pizza just to bulk up. Quite unhealthy if you'd ask me but the results were pretty epic. He said: "Some guys are, like, genetically ripped and have abs, and I don’t. I generally don’t have a six-pack, which has been my nemesis forever. I’ve always got a solid four-pack, maybe even a two-pack, and that’s all about diet which is challenging for me."

In other news, Jason will return to reprise his role as Arthur Curry in Aquaman 2, and with Amber Heard recently confirming her involvement in the DCEU film, it would be interesting to see how the dynamic between the two changes. Of course, it would be safe to assume that Momoa is well aware of the issues surrounding her co-star so it has me thinking about how she sees Amber these days.

Aquaman 2 is in early development.

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