Nick Cannon – rapper, actor, comedian, TV presenter – considers himself a member of the 5 AM club.
Even when his days stretch out in the club with long studio sessions or late night hours, Cannon rises and sweats. If you have a gym connected to your office and music studio that no one else is allowed to use-even other artists-it's easier to press in the morning workout. "I never really leave this place," Cannon admitted. And when we look at him, we tend to believe him.
Welcome to the second entry of Gym & Fridge, a new Men's Health video series, in which we visit the most intimate spaces of celebrities. But of course these visits are not just passages ̵
He quickly pulled up the pull-ups, clinging to the slag blocks and grabbing chains to pull a car across his parking lot. Specify.
Even though Cannon is a gym, he does not train alone, not alone. Cannon and his crew often challenge themselves to spontaneous street sessions. An example: Someone yells "fire exercise!" and the team has to deliver pushups and turn them off, no matter where they are.
Cannon then showed us his studio, in which it was a bit strange. Before we knew it, Cannon played gospel music, spoke turkey meatballs, and philosophized about his ideal choice of water. And this fridge – Nick, what kind of beer is that exactly?