Last March, Kevin McHale — the American actor and singer who famously portrayed Artie Abrams, a student with disabilities, in the Fox musical dramedy series Glee — hinted that he might be gay, something he later confirmed. But unbeknownst to us, he has also recently come out as having gotten in serious shape. And if you want a Kevin McHale body, he even reveals how he got his.
The secret to getting a Kevin McHale body
In an interview with the entertainment TV show, Extra, McHale says, “I’ve never had abs before. I have abs all of a sudden.” Opening his eyes wide, he says, “My friends are like, ‘What’s happened to you?!?’”
McHale says that he simply goes to the gym three times a week, trains hard and eats healthily. But the truth is that he’s been participating in his Los Angeles gym’s individualized 12-week fitness program that includes intensive workouts and a strict diet.
Nick Mitchell, the CEO of Ultimate Performance Gym (where McHale works out), says, “Diet is the most important thing if you’re trying to improve your body composition. There’s no secret for diet. The challenge is the execution.”
He says, “If you can kill it, pick it or pluck it. If it’s out of a cardboard box, you avoid it.”
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In addition to starring on Glee, McHale is an actor, singer, dancer and radio personality who formerly played in the boy band NLT. From 2014 to 2016, he hosted the British panel show Virtually Famous on E4, and McHale is currently one of the four hosts of Sick of My Own Voice on Dash Radio.
Previous to coming out as gay, McHale appeared in a 2011 video for the The Trevor Project’s Talk to Me campaign, an initiative to help stop LGBTQ youth suicide. He also starred in a 2014 Human Rights Campaign (HRC) video for their Americans for Marriage Equality campaign and a June 2016 HRC video memorializing those who died in the 2016 Orlando gay nightclub shooting.
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