“He Just Trens Really Hard”: 6’2″ Super Jacked Jack Reacher Star Raises Suspicion Among Bodybuilding Fans, Despite Relying on ‘Oatmeal’ and ‘Berries’

Published 09/09/2023, 2:02 PM EDT

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The internet has recently been exploding with talk about the remarkable body of Alan Ritchson. Especially after the appearance of a video on the YouTube account Will Cozens. Fans are curious about the secret to his incredible form as he prepares for the next season of “Reacher.” People have been talking about the muscular body, with some applauding, wondering, and others doubting it.

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In an age when celebrities frequently go to incredible lengths for roles, changing their bodies in ways that appear superhuman. A question always arises: Is it simply natural, or is there something else going on? For Ritchson, he casually notes his diet, which consists of oatmeal, berries, and eggs. He notes how every day might easily turn into a cheat day for him. Given that his oatmeal frequently resembles an ice cream sundae in look.

The simple diet behind Alan Ritchson and his muscles

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Many people assume that to achieve Ritchson’s physique, one must follow an advanced routine involving protein shakes, strict diets, and possibly even performance-enhancing drugs. However, according to Ritchson himself, he relies on humble oatmeal garnished with berries and supplemented with the essential proteins from eggs.

 

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While this diet appears to be ordinary, it has the ability to provide slow-releasing carbs (from the oatmeal), antioxidants (from the berries), and high-quality protein (from the eggs). They can form a potent combination for muscle building and repair, especially when combined with the correct type of workout.

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Nonetheless, with all of these simple diets. This begged the question, Can something so simple truly be the secret behind a Hollywood star’s sculpted look? Or is there something else going on behind the scenes that we’re not aware of?

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Some fans doubt Ritchson’s diet

Among the waves of appreciation have come echoes of doubt from admirers, particularly those in the bodybuilding scene. Comments like “He said himself that he takes steroids,” and “He just trens really hard and eats clen, that’s all bro,” hint that there might be more to Ritchson’s routine than oatmeal and eggs. “Trens” alludes to Trenbolone, a potent anabolic steroid, while “eats clen” refers to Clenbuterol, a fat-burning medication.

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There are many who admire his work ethic and are looking forward to the future season of “Reacher.” One such comment reads, “He’s definitely on PEDs, but he’s an inspiration and I love the show, excited for season 2.” Another remarks sarcastically about his so-called “movie star genetics.” Whatever the debate, one thing is certain: Alan Ritchson’s body, whether natural or helped, remains a hot topic of conversation among fans and fitness fanatics alike.

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Taha Tariq

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Taha Tariq is a Bodybuilding writer at EssentiallySports. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from a premier University and brings with him prior experience in managing social media campaigns and conducting market research. Bodybuilding and MMA have always been of significant interest to Taha, inspiring him in his professional writing and personal fitness journey.
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