What He Did: The former Two Guys, a Girl And a Pizza Place goofball gained 25 pounds of muscle while cutting his body fat to eight percent.
Why He Did It: Reynolds played the vampire hunting Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity (2004).
What He Ate: Eating meals every three hours, Reynolds consumed up to 3,200 calories per day, ending his carb intake at 8 p.m.
His Workout: Reynolds’ workouts clocked in at three hours, six days per week. He performed 500–1,000 situps followed by lifting in the rep range of 8–12.
Plus: Reynolds supplemented with creatine and L-glutamine to support muscle growth. He also took conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and a multivitamin.
Reynolds says: “The whole reason I had to get in shape like that [was] if [his character] was just a wise-cracking guy, I think I would want to kill him. I’d want him to look like he could actually handle himself.”
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