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How does this make you feel /fit/?
>The funnyman, 51, forgoes a shirt in several of the film's scenes, showing off his svelte physique – which the actor credited to a strict diet.
>"It's not a happy place to be," Carrey told PEOPLE at the movie's junket in Las Vegas on Saturday. "I'm back now. I've got Mr. Cuddly back and we're happy," he added while rubbing his stomach.
>He continued, "It's not a natural place to live in that kind of shape," he said. "It looks great. It's fantastic and gets a lot of attention, but you have to eat, like, antimatter to stay in that kind of shape."
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Hey bros, so I just want to get all of your opinions on this situation: My dad has a few times now kind of jokingly and half-heartedly brought up him working out, and he is in his mid-50s.
I work out solely at home and all of my equipment is right next to where he is usually sitting on the computer, so I feel like obviously he kind of gets anxious/feels I guess bad about sitting around. So he's just jump-roped or picked up the 10 lbs for no more than 5 min and just sat back down so I feel bad. How should I go about giving him a routine and general fitness advice, mind you, I just want to be realistic, not a full routine/split or anything, no deadlifts, and not all the supplement (YOU NEED X AMT OF PROTEIN RIGHT AFTER) advice. I'm thinking something like:
walk+jumping jacks to warmup, general stretches
x bodyweight squats
x dumbbell curls
x dumbbell ohp
finish by eating a yogurt or shake or something
I would really appreciate your guys' input, thanks /fit/ bros.