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Zac Efron for Mens Health October 2022 Issue cover

Zac Efron for Men’s Health October 2022 Issue

Actor Zac Efron for Men’s Health October 2022 Issue, let’s take a look.

Zac Efron for Men's Health October 2022 Issue

Staying off social media is a survival tactic for Zac Efron, one that he has been honing since he became a public figure at 17. 

“If I valued what other people thought of me to the extent that they may think I do,” he says, “I definitely wouldn’t be able to do this work.”

Zac Efron
Zac Efron for Men's Health October 2022 Issue

Actor Zac Efron is letting us in on his day-to-day eating habits, so get your head in the game and take notes on his well-balanced diet. Throughout the years Zac transformed from teen star to chiseled heartthrob and continues to alter his physique for his various roles from ‘Baywatch’ to his new film ‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’. Watch along to find out Zac’s approach to preparing for shirtless roles, why he’s no longer vegan, and the toughest diet he’s ever done for a role. Be sure to check out ‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’ on Apple TV+ out September 30th. Watch more Men’s Health Eat Like videos HERE:

Zac Efron wants guys to know that the #Baywatchphysique isn’t realistic, but he’s also still training hard and building a better balance with his body. 

Zac Efron for Men's Health October 2022 Issue

The kettlebell blaster workout that’s waiting for you at the link in our bio is just one example of that approach.

Zac Efron for Men's Health October 2022 Issue

Read all about his detachment from the digital public–and how it’s affected other aspects of his life–at the Men’s Health October 2022 Issue.

Zac Efron for Men's Health October 2022 Issue

He’s been a child star, a fitness pinup, a leading man, an onscreen himbo, and an environmental activist. But @zacefron hasn’t always been healthy. 

Zac Efron for Men's Health October 2022 Issue

Now he’s reinventing himself again, and he wants to do it right.

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From the executive producers of “The Babadook”, “Escape from Pretoria” and “47 Meters Down” comes a film in which “Efron delivers an engaging performance and rises to the occasion of being in every scene, and alone for about half of the film…. This “Gold” is worth discovering” (IndieWire).

Read the full October cover story at the link in our bio.

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