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Fit Fix: Henry Cavill Endorses Bedroom "Cardio" and Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants You to Blow Things Up

Today in superheroic coital cardio, explosions, and all the other guy stuff you need to know.

Good day, gents. Here's a quick roundup of the best guy stuff in the news for Thursday, August 13.

Superman's Favorite Workout: Henry Cavill, the star of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (and the cover of our September issue), appeared on "The Tonight Show" Wednesday night and told Jimmy Fallon about his favorite cardio workout. We'll give you a hint: It's not running, but it definitely burns calories.

Keep Going and Going: What happens to your body when you consume an energy drink? Some random British site posted an infographic attempting to explain just that, but we're a little skeptical.

The Tetris Effect: The '80s puzzle game can block your urge to smoke, drink, eat, and even have sex by a fifth, according to a study.

"Blow It Up!": Arnold Schwarzenegger (one of our heroes) is teaming up with none other than Bill Nye (another hero) to give two lucky winners the opportunity to blow things up—all for a good cause. "Boom goes the dynamite," as Arnold says.

Protein Power: A breakfast with at least 35 grams of protein helps prevent weight gain, staves off hunger, and more, according to a new study. Try adding in eggs, dairy, and lean meat.

Fighting Irish Face Hard Knocks: Love 'em or hate 'em, Notre Dame football team will get the "Hard Knocks"-style treatment during the 2015 season, Showtime announced.

Black Panther: The first photos of the Marvel superhero—who is appearing in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War, played by Chadwick Boseman—have surfaced on the Internet. Cool.

Fish Are Friends: Say hello to "Deep Blue," a female great white shark believed to be "the largest ever filmed." Now THAT is a whole lotta woman.

Rule the Galaxy: Samsung's top-tier phablet, the Galaxy Note 5, is set to be released on Aug. 21.

Carlton Dance: "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" is getting a reboot—and Will Smith is reportedly on board. The 90s are still alive, you guys!

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