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Photography by: Jim Wright
These days, O’Loughlin makes sure to drink about two gallons of water a day (which explains the jug he carries). Breakfast consists of a half-cup of oatmeal, a banana, a few almonds, and a splash of 2% reduced-fat milk. Lunch and dinner include a balanced combo of protein, veggies, and carbs”and he has a simple paradigm for portion control. If you look at your open hand, the size of your palm is the amount of protein you should take”about two-thirds of a chicken breast. Your splayed four fingers equal the amount of space you should have for vegetables. And the triangular area between your index finger and thumb is for carbohydrates”brown rice or whole-meal pasta. The key is to have a very low-sodium diet and understand that 80% of [the process] happens in the kitchen, not in the gym. When it comes to workouts, though, the actor is hardly a slouch. I like to circuit train, he says. If you do one exercise after another without breaking, you bump your metabolic rate up to such a place that you create what’s called a ˜furnace effect”your metabolism is firing at such a high rate that you can go to sleep and you’ll burn calories through the night. That’s my ideal place to be.
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