Mark Wahlberg Reveals Insane Daily Workout Schedule Starting at 2:30 am

Mark has detailed his crazy morning routine

Mark has detailed his crazy morning routine

The 47-year-old actor also does a workout from 3:40-5:15 a.m., golf at 7:30 a.m., and "cryo-chamber recovery" at 9:30 a.m. From there, he work out and after a shower, some golf and a few snacks, he's ready to start his main day. He goes to bed at 19:30, he revealed. This takes less time than his 9.30am cryotherapy, in which he spends an hour plunged in temperatures below -100C.

And then there's the food intake. "Talk me through an average day when you're filming, ' I said". At 10:30 a.m., I have a grilled chicken salad with two hard-boiled eggs, olives, avocado, cucumber, tomato, lettuce. "Then at 1 o'clock I bear a NY steak with inexperienced peppers". At three.30pm, I bear grilled hen with bok choi. At 5.30/6 o'clock, I have a handsome piece of halibut or cod or a seabass, with some vegetables, maybe some sautéed potatoes and bok choy. And I have a lot of Aquahydrate during the day.

Wahlberg initially took on the strict schedule a year ago while preparing for the lead role in the action film "Mile 22" that was released in August.

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The actor, formerly known as Marky Mark, took to Instagram Tuesday to reveal to his 10 million followers his insane schedule that he does daily. The actor caught to his agenda even on household holidays and when working a ways from home.

"Most of the time I get to work out and do all my stuff while my family's asleep - especially on the weekends", explained Wahlberg.

That and the pay cheques, of course.

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