According to Men’s Health — Jordan does two to three workouts daily and eats six meals a day. And these are not your average workouts. They’re killer, full-body workouts, which makes sense when you look at him…
He does everything from weight training to boxing to mixed martial arts. When it comes to lifting, he goes hard, bench pressing up to 315 pounds. Talk about beast mode!
His biggest secret? He doesn’t work out alone. He has his trainer Corey Calliet there to push him. Calliet refers to himself as a body transformation specialist and has described the process of training Jordan as similar to an artist taking a chisel to a block of marble.
“I’m talking about sculpting a body, not just trying to condition it to be fast,” he told Men’s Health. “I wanted to make his shoulders look better. … I needed his upper chest to pop. I needed his back to tell a story. I wanted his back to look like a globe, like a map.”
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