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Men’s Health really, really, really likes Tom Hopper. The 31-year-old English actor just graced the cover of the South African edition a few months ago. Truth be told, the pictures appear to look like they were taken during that time and just recycled for another edition. At least for the US edition, they used a shirtless photo. And for that, muchas gracias.

If you’re a fan of Starz’s Black Sails and specifically how Hopper and the cast gets in superb shape, Hopper dishes about his training. Read below for some quotes and more pictures of Hopper.

On Training For The Pirate Show

“I honestly felt like I was going to die, and it was where I first experienced what [my trainer] calls ‘going dark.’ Now I’ve become used to this fear of the dark, and even begun to crave it—it has made me stronger physically and mentally, and I’ve learned that you should never give up, to keep fighting, no matter what your mind is telling you.”

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And a beautiful face it is. Roger Frampton is serving up major ‘Blue Steel’ that would make Zoolander jealous.

The British stunner puts his strong jaw and chiseled features on display for a grooming editorial featuring in Men’s Health Germany. Photographer Martin Bauendahl snaps Frampton shaving his face and doing other grooming rituals. Check out more pics below.

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John Krasinski took playing a Navy Seal on the big screen seriously. The 36-year-old actor packed on 25 lbs of muscle and dropped from 26 percent body fat to just 5 for Michael Bay’s 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. Even more impressive is the fact he did it all in just four months. I’m sure his wife Emily Blunt is enjoying his new physique. I would 😉

The former Office actor graces the January 2016 cover of Men’s Health to show off his hard work at the gym. “I gotta be honest: It was brutal at times,” Krasinski tells the publication. “We did tons of metabolic work, dragging sleds and all this stuff I’ve seen NFL players do.”

When asked what his favorite workout was, he revealed “Bench press. There’s that number you can keep pushing. It’s almost a game instead of a workout.” On the flip side, his least favorite is the Bulgarian split squat. Whatever that is. LOL. Check out more pics below.

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It’s no secret that I have a huge thing for Diego Miguel. Pretty much anything new featuring the Brazilian model, I’ll post. Especially if it involves him being shirtless.

Diego graces not one, but two covers for Men’s Health Espana. Both require Miguel showing his moves on a pommel horse. Check out the other captivating cover below snapped by Edu Garcia.

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I haven’t checked out Starz’s Black Sails yet, but maybe I should. The adventure series has some eye candy that can definitely keep me entertained.

Toby Stephens (Captain Flint), Luke Arnold (John Silver) and Tom Hopper (Billy Bones) reveal to the October 2015 issue of Men’s Health South Africa that they endured a six-week boot camp to get them into shape for the show. The results certainly speak for themselves. Check out their ripped physiques below.

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The 2015 NFL season officially kicks off today. What better way to celebrate than by gawking over four of the league’s sexiest players.

Houston Texans JJ Watt graces the cover of Men’s Health Fall Fitness special on newsstands now. The 26-year-old stud is joined by Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Byron Jones and the extremely hot New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman inside the issue. The handsome quartet put their muscles on display.

Check out a sampling below of the images found in the issue.

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Whenever I publish posts featuring Franky Cammarata they do quite well. That shouldn’t come off as surprising news. The Orange County-born stud has a million dollar smile that could sell anything.

Cammarata appears in a slippery new editorial for Men’s Health Serbia. He shows off his signature sculpted abs while splashing around for photographer Milos Nadazdin. Check out more pics below.

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The 36-year-old actor tells Men’s Health that when his acting career is over, he might go back to being the fat guy. To that, can we all collectively pray that never happens. While there’s no question that Chris Pratt looks great whatever size he is, let’s be honest. The Jurassic World star looks undeniably hotter when toned, buffed and ripped with muscles.

With his past history of going from flab to fab a couple times, Pratt is the perfect choice to cover the publication’s Transformation Issue. He’s certainly a source of inspiration for those hoping to sculpt their body like his.

Read his thoughts about his weight below. Also check out some playful pics snapped by Emily Shur. My favorite is the one where he faces off against a sand dinosaur.

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