“Had Six Packs in Third Grade”: Sylvester Stallone’s Daughters Open Up on How ‘Navy SEAL Training’ by Dad Helped Them ‘Kick every boy’s B**Ts’

Published 06/01/2023, 2:51 PM EDT

Follow Us

Being raised by a renowned celebrity brings its own unique sets of experiences, and when that celebrity is none other than Sylvester Stallone, the iconic actor, writer, and director, the journey becomes even more extraordinary. 

America’s Favorite Video Today

The Stallone family was recently featured on an episode of the Sherri Show Tv. During the episode, among many other topics, Sherri asked Stallone’s daughters about the experiences that they faced growing up. The daughters’ response was not much different than what can be expected from a guy who is deep into fitness and muscle building. 

Stallone’s daughters open up revealing their father’s Intense fitness regimen and famous upbringing

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Answering Sherri’s question about what type of a dad Stallone was, his daughters Sophia and Sistine revealed in detail his obsession with health and fitness. Sophia disclosed, “We would wake up in elementary school…I kid you not 5 am It was Navy SEAL training. It was 30 Push Ups 30 situps doing clean and jerks, and then he wanted us to be shot putters, so we will be training for shot putting.”

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Sherri (@sherrishowtv)

 

Trending

Get instantly notified of the hottest Bodybuilding stories via Google! Click on Follow Us and Tap the Blue Star.

Follow Us

Adding to this, Sistine revealed that, “He had us on a high egg protein diet.” Sophia continued by telling that they had a jungle gym where they used to train. “We were jacked, so it was very different but we had six packs in third grade and we could kick every boy’s b**ts,” she added. 

Millionaire Arnold Schwarzenegger Unearths Mind-Boggling Facts About $40,000,000,000 Industry Not Being Able to Help People Reach Their Fitness Goals

While it may seem like living in the spotlight would bring numerous advantages, the reality is that having a famous father can often cast a shadow over personal relationships as well. This was recently shared by his daughters during an episode of ‘Today’ Show while discussing their recently released TV Programme, ‘The Family Stallone.’

Stallone’s daughters reveal that dating is not easy for them

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Dating can be a rollercoaster of emotions, uncertainties, and challenges for anyone, but when you happen to be the daughter of a legendary Hollywood icon like Stallone, the journey takes on a whole new level of complexity. During the episode of ‘Today’ Show, the host asked the girls why it is hard to be Sylvester’s daughter to which the eldest one replied by saying, “Well, we’re single, so.

via Getty

Then Sistine jumped in and gave her opinions, she said, “It’s very difficult. He’s quite intimidating to most, and most of the time when they come over to meet the parents, they don’t necessarily return, simply because he’s just so scary.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Watch This Story: Sylvester Stallone on Weightlifting, Change in His Workout Regime and Why He’d Beat ‘Great Bodybuilder’ Arnold Schwarzenegger in a Boxing Match

Stallone has always been really close to his family. His protectiveness towards his daughters says a lot about his fatherhood. ‘The Family Stallone’ is live now on Paramount+. Let us know in the comments what you think of the show. 

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Written by:

Sarthak Khanna

635Articles

One take at a time

Introducing Sarthak Khanna, a sports writer at EssentiallySports who specializes in Bodybuilding and other American sports. Sarthak found his calling in bodybuilding both as a writer as well as a practitioner of the sport. Gawking at the sight of some of the most aesthetic physiques, the experience was similar to what Mentzer once acknowledged as an “immediate emotional recognition.
Show More>

Edited by:

Parth Sharma

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDITORS' PICK

America’s Favorite Video Today