Mario Lopez Workout Routine

Mario Lopez

American actor and host Mario Lopez had his career beginnings in the 1980s. During this period, he made his television debut in a.k.a. Pablo. He next joined the cast of the show Kids Incorporated. His breakthrough role was as A.C. Slater in the series Saved by the Bell. He later reprised his role in the continuation Saved by the Bell: The College Years, as well as in the TV films Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style and Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas.

Afterward, he ventured into hosting with the show Masters of the Maze. He also appeared in the films Depraved and Fever Lake. He next played the titular character in the TV movie Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story. In the 2000s, he landed more hosting jobs on the shows The Other Half and Pet Star. He also played Dr. Mike Hamoui in Nip/Tuck. From 2008 to 2012, he was the host of America’s Best Dance Crew. He also currently appears in the show Extra as one of its hosts, a gig he has been doing since 2008.

The 45-year-old actor makes sure he stays fit and healthy by working out regularly. It can also be noted how the TV host’s physique is ripped and toned. Of course, he was able to achieve this through a vigorous workout routine. Now that he’s had it, he just needs to maintain it by continuing his workouts. But what exactly is Mario Lopez’s workout regimen? Let’s find out. For one, he revealed that wrestling helped start well. He said: “Wrestling definitely helped me form my foundation – a base – if you will.”

The actor also stated that getting fit and healthy is something that he naturally does because it’s what his body needs. He said: “You know, staying healthy is a top-of-mind thing for me. It’s woven into my DNA, I guess you could say. I just feel I’m at my best at work and at play when I’m taking care of myself physically. And I’m never satisfied, I think that helps. I always want to improve and get better. Whether I’m boxing, running or lifting weights, each day I look for a challenge and get after it.”

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