It's a disturbing but popular way to gain muscles and fast. Performance-enhancing drugs are the focus of an in-depth piece by The Hollywood Reporter, that right off the top mentions that Henry is NOT among those using them to bulk up. They also talked to his trainer Mark Twight:
"The guy who uses steroids and admits to it earns more respect from me than the guy who uses but insists he doesn't and wants his fans to believe he did things the hard way," says elite trainer Mark Twight, an outspoken proponent of a drug-free regimen, who helped turn Man of Steel's Henry Cavill's abdomen into one of the most-talked-about midsections of the year -- a feat that he says was achieved 100 percent naturally.
Mark has been in London for the last few weeks. We're guessing he's already working with Henry as he prepares not only for his role in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - but also as he looks ahead at building up his body for the Man of Steel sequel. We asked Henry whether he was ready to take up the training again, when we spoke to him last month.
Learn all about Henry's training for Man of Steel in our wrap. Plenty of good stuff to go over. We look forward to seeing him turn back into Superman (& possibly kick some Batman a**) by the time the cameras start rolling on the sequel, early next year.