June 29, 2011 by Post Team
Tyrese Gibson, Actor Tyrese Gibson was born ready for their role in the Transformers franchise. He said he had always had to get the body shown in the “dark of the moon,” but not a fan of bodybuilding. As part of the diet, here is where you cut some healthy snacks. Find out what your favorite chocolate bars are.
At 32 years old actor Tyrese Gibson has been playing the role of the U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Robert Epps from the beginning of the Transformers franchise. Having constantly working to save the world is not as easy as it sounds. Of course we are joking, but it is not. Gibson says he keeps fit by doing “what they termed as an” exercise in vanity. “It’s like you want to look good, you feel like a star, but not as technical as a full on culture” then goes into some detail about what the training of vanity is everything. “I like to run at least five miles a day. You know, abs, bench, chest, and arms. ”
The actor said his routine was not for the paper in the series of Transformers. In fact, his way of keeping fit because … forever. There is a saying, “he says,” if you stay ready, you have to be ready. ”
As for diet, admits that he has a strict eating. “I love chocolate turtles. They are my favorites. I also love Kit Kats, Snickers.” A man who loves his sweets, but also makes some effort to stick to healthier foods, like baked chicken or fish, along with lots of salads with vinaigrette dressing. “My biggest challenge is to eat clean,” Gibson admits.
I do not think he ever got the role in Transformers had it not been a disciplined man in general. Remember, the executive producer of the franchise was Michael Bay, Megan Fox who once called “Hitler” because of their strict behavior. “It’s been a long time since I’ve been with someone who is focused, and I think the fans will see when you see the movie.” Gibson said.
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