|01-01-2013, 08:38 PM||#1|
Kettlebells' Angel !!!!
Join Date: Dec 2010
Training Type: Other
Do it the right way...
Now, I'm not sure whether it was the diet in addition to a possible overly stressful workout, since they don't mention the style or intensity of exercise or the diet in any depth, if at all really...so the loss of 40 lbs in around 100 days may be only partly responsible, but anyway, it's an interesting read nevertheless.
Damon next appeared as an opiate-addicted soldier in 1996's Courage Under Fire. He was required to lose 40 pounds (18 kg) in 100 days (for only two days of filming).After following a self-prescribed diet and fitness regimen to lose the weight, Damon was told after filming that he was fortunate his heart did not shrink. He took medication for a year and a half afterwards to correct the stress inflicted on his adrenal gland.
Matt Damon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
36.5 kg /80.3 lb Middle-Finger DL (right hand)...
|01-01-2013, 08:55 PM||#2|
Train, Eat, Rest, Repeat!
Join Date: Jan 2010
Training Exp: 26
Training Type: Powerbuilding
Fav Exercise: BP, MP, SQ & DL
Fav Supp: Bacon & Eggs
Extremes are always high risk. Extreme dieting and exercise are no exception.
It would have been sad if he was permanently ill or dead just to look a certain way for a movie! What the heck is CGI for if not to entertain without risking someone's life!?!
"You must have a very strong reason for doing an exercise. If you don't, scrap it and move on." -Jim Wendler
-Get bigger overall @ 10-12%BF. -Traps big enough to scare women, children and manlets. -Complete clean TRIPLES with weights I've handled for heavy singles
-Curl 70# DBs for reps and knock out 12-15 easy pullups -BP 260x3 MP 160x3 SQ 325x3 DL385x3 BOR 190x3
Gym PRs: BP 265 MP 175 SQ 365 DL 405 BOR 245
|01-02-2013, 08:49 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jun 2012
Yes I know that I did it the right way. THat is really scary to think extreme measures like that could mean death.
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