How Sons of Anarchy’s Charlie Hunnam Stays Fit – and Why He Left Fifty Shades …
November 11, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Jax is jacked.
Sons of Anarchy‘s Charlie Hunnam, who flashes a large grin and even bigger biceps on a Dec cover of Men’s Health (on newsstands now), believes in being trained in all aspects of life – generally his career.
“I was going to finish personification a psychopath who’d only mislaid his wife, and 5 days after I’d be on set personification Christian Grey,” Hunnam, 34, says of because he famously corroborated out of a Fifty Shades of Grey role that eventually went to Jamie Dornan. “I was like, ‘This is going to be a f—ing disaster.’ ”
He continues: “It was a conflicting of how I’ve attempted to belligerent my career, not widen myself too thin, and always do my homework.”
Although Sons of Anarchy wraps adult a seventh and final deteriorate on Dec. 9, Hunnam is going to be busier than ever.
Ture Lillegraven / Men’s Health
The British actor will play King Arthur in a six-movie understanding underneath Sherlock Holmes executive Guy Ritchie, will uncover off some-more of his physique in a Calvin Klein ad campaign, and is set to title a arriving films Crimson Peak and The Mountain Between Us.
Luckily, Hunnam says he doesn’t need a lot of time in a gym to stay ripped.
“I go into a gym and do 75 pull-ups, 75 dips, 150 squats, 150 pushups, and afterwards 20 mins of ab work,” he tells a magazine. “Done. It takes an hour; I’m in and out. we persperate a whole time.”
The actor adds: “I work out some-more for a mental than a earthy aspect. we can get somewhat dim when I’m not gripping a routine. It’s all about feeling healthy and energetic.”