Men’s Health magazine included a photo of Glen Powell’s nude ass cheeks.
Powell, 35, described his burgeoning stardom in the year and a half since Top Gun: Maverick shattered box office records in Men’s Health’s December cover story. He also talked about his time in Australia filming the upcoming romantic comedy Anyone But You with Sweeney, 26.
Around the time the film was being filmed in the spring, Powell and his ex-girlfriend Gigi Paris broke up, which gave rise to rumors that the actors were having an affair off-screen.
Powell looks like a cover guy after doing all of that, and if you own a complete gym, you can do the same routine. In order to succeed with Powell’s split, try to work out four days a week, resting at least one day in between each major workout. Make sure to warm up for each session, too, with a few bodyweight moves. Do at least 1 minute each of jumping jacks, reverse lunges, and planks before getting to the meat of each workout.
“When all that stuff happened, you know, publicly, it felt disorienting and unfair,” he said in the cover story. “But what I’m realizing is that’s just a part of this gig now.”
Anyone But You follows Sweeney and Powell as lead characters Bea and Ben, whose initial attraction to each other fades quickly “until they find themselves unexpectedly thrust together at a destination wedding in Australia,” according to an official synopsis. “So they do what any two mature adults would do: pretend to be a couple.”
That meant finding a unique balance between the heavyweight lifts that add raw muscle and strength, and the detail exercises that truly finish out a physique. Powell trained four days a week, working off a three-day split. He’d start each round of the split hitting arms, abs, and shoulders, take a day off, then train chest and back. After another rest day, he’d do a “leg” workout, but it wasn’t your typical leg day grind. It was “more for conditioning,” says Mitchell, “and promoting an athletic look.”