Actor Ethan Suplee Shares How He Dropped 90Kg To Get Absolutely Jacked | Men's Health Magazine Australia

Actor Ethan Suplee Shares How He Dropped 90Kg To Get Absolutely Jacked | Men’s Health Magazine Australia

And following the transformation, Suplee took to his new podcast about obesity, American Glutton, where he spoke about his own experiences with food while sharing the steps he took to his new body. 

“I had this idea that food was something that people didn’t want me to have, so if I wanted to have more, I needed to do it privately, and it became something I was witholding from people,” he said.

“I actually realised later in life that much of my binge eating came on my own. When I was a teenager I would go out to a nightclub with my friends, and never really felt comfortable eating in front of people, but on my way home I’d always find a 24 hour drive-through and eat three whole meals right before bed.”

Ethan Suplee

Getty Images

Suplee overhauled his diet, reducing his calorie intake by 20 per cent while including more filling, protein-rich foods such as turkey and non-fat greek yoghurt.

Meanwhile, in the gym, he now trains six times a week while following a push-pull-legs workout plan. 

He hasn’t just shed the kilos. In a recent Ask Me Anything on Instagram, Suplee revealed he can now bench 180kg, describing it as his “proudest lift.”

Michael Clarke’s Guide To Hosting Like A Pro This Festive Season

Michael Clarke’s Guide To Hosting Like A Pro This Festive Season

Holiday parties are, more often than not, only sort of fun. Corporate blowouts of yore have given way to mildly festive, just-as-awkward after-work "drinks." Hosting friends and family usually equates to a slow-build of stress that bursts into a flurry of activity and...

6 Common Misconceptions About Skin Cancer, Set Straight

6 Common Misconceptions About Skin Cancer, Set Straight

With a health condition as common as skin cancer, widespread myths and misconceptions must be quashed to keep Australians safe in the sun and confident in their skin.  Skin cancer is a bigger issue than many people realise. TAL research found more than half of...

Recommended to you

More From