Ben Affleck Working Out Two Hours a Day for Batman Role in Man of Steel Sequel

USW: The Jacked Crusader! Ben Affleck has been cast to play Batman opposite Henry Cavill's Superman in the planned Man of Steel sequel -- and the Oscar-winning hunk, 41, has already begun intense training to fill the iconic superhero's suit. A source tells Us Weekly that the actor, director and father of three has been working hard to get buff -- training two hours a day to transform his physique.

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DarkBlood1792d ago

damn so i should be working out 2 hours as well? i must of did my training wrong somewhere lol

jordan84451790d ago

Working out 14 hours a week can't be done without steroids, not 2 nonstop hours of lifting anyway.

frelyler1790d ago (Edited 1790d ago )

Um..yeah that's not true. Most work out routine's last an hour and a half to two hours with cardio. The article did not say 2 non-stop hours anyways and if you spent any time at the gym you would know that. Why do people comment on things which they know nothing about? Besides steroids have nothing to do with it, in fact if you were on steroids you would need to work out less because of the tremendous short term gains it can give you. There is an interesting documentary on netflix called bigger faster stronger or something like that if you care to educate yourself.

jordan84451790d ago

Um, yeah. It is true. You can't pump iron nonstop for longer than 45 minutes naturally without wasting your time. So it's kinda funny that someone who clearly doesn't realise this should lecture others about knowing nothing. Cortisol levels go through the roof after 45 minutes. Cardio is different.

Go learn something about overtraining.

DarkBlood1790d ago

what you dont think getting good results arent possible naturally?

Hergula1792d ago

Of course he will be in good shape for the role.

Leio1791d ago (Edited 1791d ago )

Compare to Christian Bale when he took on the role its not even worth mentioning.

This is dedication :

jordan84451790d ago

And a hefty course of dianabol.

hazelamy1791d ago

i like Affleck as an actor, and i think he'll do a good job as Batman, but he is going to have to bulk up a bit for the role.