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Kellan Lutz: 'I eat chickens whole'

Published 14/09/2016

Kellan Lutz
Kellan Lutz

The Twilight star is a huge fan of bulking up.

Actor Kellan Lutz goes nuts over protein.

The beefy 31-year-old star often shows off his muscles in films like his 2014 action releases The Legend of Hercules and The Expendables 3, and to keep himself strong, he relies on the nourishment he receives from eating meat.

"Diet is big time - you gotta feed your body, you gotta feed your muscles, you gotta eat healthy," he explains to People magazine. "For me, it's a lot of protein. I love meat. Just getting a whole chicken and eating that."

During his time on set while filming Expendables 3, Lutz had the opportunity to receive some prime fitness advice from his legendary co-star Sylvester Stallone on how to bulk up properly.

"I remember Sylvester Stallone taught me all about working out the silhouette of your body," he explains, noting ever since the conversation he has been focusing on his shoulders, the top of his back and his chest in a bid to achieve the perfect body profile.

Kellan is currently participating in a very unique project with officials representing American household cleaning product Mr. Clean, helping executives search for the new face of their brand through the #TheNextMrClean campaign.

But finding the perfect fresh Mr. Clean isn't such a difficult task in the Twilight star's opinion, as he knows exactly what he is looking for when it comes to casting the right man.

"Mr. Clean doesn't take his shirt off, so really you just got to look big - it's more (about) size," he details.

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