Hollywood singer and actor Nick Jonas gained mainstream prominence with his brothers as part of the band Jonas Brothers. Prior to this, he started a solo career when he was younger, releasing his first single in 2002. It was followed by his self-titled debut album in 2004. It was, however, when he started a band with his brothers that he found success. They later became more famous when they starred in the Disney TV movie Camp Rock, followed by the sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. He also starred in their own shows Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream and Jonas.
He also pursued a career on his own, first guest-starring in such shows as Mr. Sunshine and Last Man Standing. He then appeared in 2 episodes of Smash. He later starred in the thriller film Careful What You Wish For, followed by the 2016 movie Goat. He also appeared in 3 episodes of Hawaii Five-0. After this, he starred as Nate Kulina in the drama series Kingdom. At the same time, he appeared as Boone Clemens in 5 episodes of Scream Queens. He also recently starred as Jefferson “Seaplane” McDonough in the 2017 film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. He’ll play Davy Prentiss Jr. in the upcoming feature Chaos Walking.
It is apparent that the former teen icon is now a grown man. If his ripped physique does not show it we don’t know what will. The actor and singer revealed that he upped his workout routine and intentionally bulked up to prepare for his role in the series Kingdom. Talking about his fitness routine during this period, he said:
“I have a trainer in West Hollywood, Gregg Miele at Heart and Hustle gym. When I was getting in shape for the show, I was doing three sessions a day: one fight-training with Kingdom’s coach, Joe “Daddy” Stephenson, and two strength-building with Gregg. Each workout focused on a different region of the body—upper body, core, or legs—and we’d do a circuit of six different moves for one area. Lifting a lot of weights, really trying to break the muscles down.”