Many celebrities we see and admire because of the awesome bodies did not just grow them over night, some started skinny while others started with an oversized weight.
But when the need for changes came, they stood up to the task. We will taking a look at some of the best celebrity fitness transformations out there, and their pretty incredible changes in this article.
Over the years, Aubrey Graham, better known as the chart topping rapper Drake, has made fitness a major priority. With worldwide tours and electric shows that have Drake performing basically on his own for hours at a time, the rapper needs to make sure he’s in shape.
2. Kelvin Hart
Hart built his upper body with his trainer Ron “Boss” Everline. By 2016, he’d become muscular, cut, and conditioned enough to run marathons.
Why He Did It: It’s not like Hart wasn’t fit when he first started as a stand up comedian but he was, as he said in his Men’s Fitness cover story, in “fake shape”: “I looked like I was in shape, but then you’d take off my shirt and it was like, ‘No, no, no’’’.
3. Tom Hardy
Tom Hardy has gone through multiple transformations, including for The Dark Knight Rises to play Bane, and for his role as an MMA fighter in Warrior.
4. Chris Hemsworth
What He Did: Hemsworth packed on 20 pounds of muscle by eating constantly.
Why He Did It: For his starring role in the action packed blockbuster Thor.
5. Rick Ross
After the dramatic hospitalisation in March 2018, Rick Ross shade a photo of his noticeably smaller figure on Instagram. The rapper, who was reportedly on life support, shed a huge amount of weight approximately over a 100 pounds.
If you are out there and you don't like the shape your in, it's never too late to start transforming your bodies.
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