If you want to become Superman, step one is to hit the food buffet. At least, that's the easy part; fail to incorporate step two — otherwise known as hours of daily exercise — and you'll look more like the villainous Penguin than the Man of Steel.
"We didn't care," Twight shared. "If he decided, I can get an extra 1,000 calories by eating pizza, that was fine."
Sounds deliciously awesome, right? Unfortunately, getting big is only part of the transformation. The next step is turn all that fat into bulging muscle.
"The best thing about that phase is that you’re really strong and even though you don’t look great, because you’re carrying a lot of extra fat, you’re always in a really good mood," he told Glamour UK. "The leaning down phase is the hardest, because although you’re looking great, you’re always in a bad mood because you’re so hungry.”
Added Twight: "We're trying to use physical means to basically repair a person or change them in a psycho/physical way, so they can play a role, in this context. You need a guy to look like Superman. It will be better if he feels super, in order to transmit that message."
Check out the ABC interview below.