Zac Efron Says His Baywatch Body Isn’t Achievable and Requires ‘Lasix and Powerful Diuretics’ to Achieve

Zac Efron takes a new approach to fitness.

Efron, 34, recently told Men’s Health in a new interview released Wednesday that while he’s preparing for an undisclosed role in a movie, he’s no longer interested in looking muscular like Baywatch. 2017.

Efron said he over-exercised

“That Baywatch look, I don’t know if it’s really achievable. There’s very little water on the skin,” Efron told Men’s Health. “Like, it’s fake; it looks like CGI. And that required Lasix, powerful diuretics, to make it. So I don’t need to. I’d rather have an extra, you know, 2 to 3 percent body fat.”

Diuretics aside, Efron said he over-exercised, ate the same three meals every day, and didn’t get enough sleep to maintain the high level of energy he exercised to keep fit for the film, according to Men’s Health.

While Efron told the outlet he was initially excited to star in Baywatch, he said he wants to raise awareness of the long-term negative effects the training level has had on him.

“I started developing insomnia and fell into a bad depression, for a long time. Something about that experience burned me,” Efron told Men’s Health. “It took me a long time to get back on track. In the end, they’ve been downplaying taking too many diuretics for too long, and that messed something up.”

Efron began rethinking his approach to fitness in Australia during the onset of the pandemic, experimenting before taking a long break from training before re-emerging as a “foam roller fanatic” touting stretching, yoga, massage, and ice baths. as critical to your fitness, according to Men’s Health.

Zac Efron Says His Baywatch Body Isn't Achievable

“[The ice bath is] my favorite part of the day. First is when it’s most miserable, and when you finally get involved and jump in there,” Efron told the outlet. “From that moment on, you have conquered something deep inside of you, you don’t want to be cold.”

“This is the simplest philosophy: whatever you don’t want to do, make it a habit,” he added.

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Efron’s new focus features “a new awareness of injuries” in his post-Baywatch life and a period of time during which he tore an anterior cruciate ligament, dislocated his shoulder, broke his wrist, his chest came out, his back came out and his jaw was shattered, all but this latest injury sustained while training, according to Men’s Health.

Efron, who stars in the upcoming Apple TV+ movie The Greatest Beer Run Ever, also said that he no longer eats vegan food, after noticing that he felt “exhausted” while on a diet and opted for intermittent fasting.

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