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Justice League Star Henry Cavill, Shares Advice For Life, Including His Thoughts On Working Out And Diet

As a part of being the cover star of Men’s Health UK this month, Cavill shared some of his advice for life, including his thoughts on working out and diet.One of the ways he keeps himself motivated at the gym is that when he works out he wants to do more than just sweat. He wants a reason for doing what he’s doing other than just that he has to look good on camera.

“I like going to the gym, I do. But if I’m going to be sweating and breathing hard, I’d far prefer to be doing it while learning a skill, rather than just for the sake of sweating and breathing hard.”

As for what kind of diet he maintains, Cavill isn’t averse to going on a little cheating binge…

“My perspective has changed somewhat on the things that I want from life and the enjoyment I can get from it,” he says. “I think I’m kind of finding my pace now in more of a lifestyle thing. Like, I can do this training and it’ll make me look a certain way. I’ll make sure my food is right, but I don’t feel like I’m on a diet all the time. I can have three cheat days in a row if I want – and then knuckle down, be good for a while and get back to a certain point. You know where your baseline is.”

Cavill also spoke to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show awhile back about how he loves his Guinness and tries to get his cardio in by doing other things that just pounding a treadmill.

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