Michael Blevins knows what it takes to get Henry to his superhero fitness goals. In Part 1 of our exclusive interview with him, he shared some of that process. He also told us what it was like to participate with Henry in the Gibraltar Rock Run last October.
In Part 2 of our chat with Blevins, we pick up the conversation talking about Henry's diet. He then tells us how his training is different, now that he's preparing for a military role.
We'd like to thank Michael Blevins for sharing a little bit of what goes on behind the scenes, as Henry trains for his film roles. You can follow Blevins on twitter at @sworntoblack. If you would like to contact him or keep up with his work, visit his site: gritandteeth.com.
Images: Steve Riparip, Les Artis, Warner Bros.
Michael seems to have a very good head on his shoulders... glad he and Henry are friends/colleagues.ReplyDelete
Question: It sounded like Michael pronounced Henry's last name phonetically as "Kah-vuhl" instead of what I thought was supposed to be pronouncing it as rhyming with 'travel'. I have a thing about making sure I pronounce someone's name correctly...even if it's just in my head lol.
Thanks for the interview!! Lots of interesting information in there not only about training but the human psyche as well.
Thanks Jen! - Appreciate your feedback and the Henry & Mike support.Delete
You should make a transcript because sometimes we dont understand well when you ask him and his answer!ReplyDelete
Sorry about that. It got kind of loud in that part of the interview, and I wasn't wearing a mic. I'll try to put up at least the questions soon.ReplyDelete
Another good interview! It sounds like Michael will continue to be Henry's trainer for some time to come. And little girls can be strong, too!ReplyDelete
Nice interview with Mike...good strategies/long term perspectives that actually work--i.e. if you first eat enough of required things you need...protein/meat, vegetables, carbs like yams/rice/potatoes, some fruit, nuts (that you need)...then you can treat yourself (but you may not want to as much if you're full). So you're not thinking about deprivation...but just adding stuff to your plate instead. Great pics too...and very nice to share his blog...and good words about Henry...and his continuing evolution...as well as his own. Thanks for sharing, Mike, Henry & HCN (y) :) <3ReplyDelete