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Home and Away star reveals ‘inspiring’ body transformation

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Matt Evans, the hottie from Home and Away, revealed details of his remarkable physique change to admirers on Instagram, demonstrating that anything is possible with enough willpower.
Theo Poulos in the enduring Channel Seven drama series, played by the 25-year-old, tweeted two side-by-side photos to display his incredible ”shred” following eight weeks of rigorous training with his personal trainer Harris Barclay.
Matt demonstrated the difference by sporting the identical pair of Bonds brand boxer shorts in both the before and after pictures, showing that he had toned up and reduced more than 10 kg of body fat in less than two months.

He said on social media, “I did a massive bulk last year which then lasted through Christmas, and it was the first time I had ever weighed 90kg in my life.” I’m back to sitting where I prefer to, at 80 kilos.Harris prepared my nutrition and exercise schedule, which, yes, did not include cardio, Matt said.
When I wanted to be more active, I just took a short stroll. You just need to consume the food and go to the gym, thanks to Harris’ simple-to-follow regimen.

“The weight training portion of the workout regimen was tailored to my needs. Additionally, Harris checks in with you every two weeks to keep you on track and is just an all-around kind guy.

Matt praised and endorsed his personal trainer in the final paragraph of the post.

“If you’re serious about getting in shape, @harrisbarclay is your man!” Regards, brother.”

The results speak for themselves, and while it is unclear if this was a paid article, we are quite impressed with Matt’s commitment to his nutrition, exercise, and overall wellness to accomplish such an encouraging result so rapidly.

Castmates from Home and Away were quick to praise the young actor and offer their congratulations on his remarkable physical improvement, with Kirsty Marillier writing, “Blood helly mate well done!”

Well done, buddy. May I please borrow a few of those abs? Sam Mac, the Sunrise weather presenter, said, “Don’t be greedy.”

He said on social media, “I did a massive bulk last year which then lasted through Christmas, and it was the first time I had ever weighed 90kg in my life.” I’m back to sitting where I prefer to, at 80 kilos.Harris prepared my nutrition and exercise schedule, which, yes, did not include cardio, Matt said.
When I wanted to be more active, I just took a short stroll. You just need to consume the food and go to the gym, thanks to Harris’ simple-to-follow regimen.

“The weight training portion of the workout regimen was tailored to my needs. Additionally, Harris checks in with you every two weeks to keep you on track and is just an all-around kind guy.

Matt praised and endorsed his personal trainer in the final paragraph of the post.

“If you’re serious about getting in shape, @harrisbarclay is your man!” Regards, brother.”

The results speak for themselves, and while it is unclear if this was a paid article, we are quite impressed with Matt’s commitment to his nutrition, exercise, and overall wellness to accomplish such an encouraging result so rapidly.

Castmates from Home and Away were quick to praise the young actor and offer their congratulations on his remarkable physical improvement, with Kirsty Marillier writing, “Blood helly mate well done!”

Well done, buddy. May I please borrow a few of those abs? Sam Mac, the Sunrise weather presenter, said, “Don’t be greedy.”

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