John Krasinski is a popular American television star today. He directs, produces and screen writes as well.
Even though he has appeared in a few movies, he is very well known for his role portraying Jim Halper in the American sitcom, The Office.
He was always interested in the entertainment industry, enrolling at Brown University to study theater arts. He graduated from college with honors as a playwright.
He also attended The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. He also attended The Actors Center in New York City.
Whist in New York, he managed to star in some commercial and guest-spots, and also appeared in off-Broadway plays. Being a waiter also earned him some extra cash in his earlier days.
He has also appeared in other hit television shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as well as Ed, but it was The Office that earned him his breakthrough and some prestigious nominations and awards.
Not only does he act, but he also directs movies – he directed a couple of The Office episodes and written and directed Brief Interviews with Hideous Men – it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
He is married to Emily Blunt and they have two young daughters.
Even though they have been living in the UK since 2020, they also own property in New York.
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John Krasinski’s Diet Plan
John Krasinski revealed that he didn’t know a whole lot about nutrition before he began training for his movie roles. So he has got used to following strict diet plans now.
This includes salad, lots of water, and salads.
He drinks plenty of water to keep hydrated and the water also keeps him full for his restricted diet.
He focuses on eating lean animal protein but also has carbs after tough workout sessions.
John Krasinski has confessed that he loves eating “all you can eat” buffet-type foods.
Before he would start his daily workouts, he would often consume buffet food. Once, when he prepared for a movie role, he was able to reduce his body fat from 25% to 9% in just four months.
This is John’s simple meal plan:
Pudding made of 1/4 cup of almond milk, 2 frozen blended bananas, 3 scoops of casein protein powder, and 2 squares of cacao chocolate
Whole grain bread topped with peanut butter, almond butter, or sometimes even jam
Green tea or coffee
Low carb veggies
John Krasinski’s Supplements
What Supplements Does He Take?
John Krasinski’s noteworthy recommendations
1) Practice with the varsity
This has always been John’s philosophy since high school.
His older brothers, he says, were always better than he was, so he played with them constantly to get better.
“That’s the only reason I was ever decent,” he says. “If I played with my friends all the time, I’d be terrible, because I’d think I was the best at what I could do.”
That sounds like good advice!
2) Make fitness work for you
John says he used to hate working out. Now he says he likes it a bit better.
Now he says, “I work out in very small increments. Run 20 minutes a day, and 4 days a week do push-ups, dumbbells, and some sit-ups. I’m out of whatever gym I’m at in 35, 40 minutes.
Most of the people I know who work out seriously do so because they have such an amazing outlook on life. To be who I want to be, I’m going to work out to be more positive, more active. It’s proactive.”
As you can see, John has some noteworthy recommendations.
3) Start realizing that funny is the same as “unselfish”
John thinks that people, who are desperate to be funny, try too hard.
That desperation often poisons their attitude. “The funniest comedians are in touch with their emotional level. And nobody I’ve worked with who I think is funny— whether it’s Steve or Conan or Robin—is at all selfish.”
4) Success builds character
“The only analogy I can think of for my career is being shot out of a cannon,” he says.
“You grow up really fast. There’s something about having to make big, split-second decisions, facing your fears way faster than you would ever want to.”
‘Most of the people I know who work out seriously do so because they have such an amazing outlook on life. To be who I want to be, I’m going to work out to be more positive, more active’ – John Krasinski
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