Actor Maxim Matveev told how to prepare the gym for the new year feasts

Актер Максим Матвеев рассказал, как подготовиться в спортзале к новогодним застольям

Before the New year remains only two weeks. Very soon we are waiting for the traditional holiday feast with abundance of food, calories and not. Actor Maxim Matveev admitted that preparing for it now, both mentally and physically in the gym.

37-year-old husband of Elizabeth Boyar has published on his page in Instagram photos from the gym where the actor is embodied in the process of training. Judging from the picture, Matveev now in good physical shape.

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My December motivation of the month???? every time I think about it-taaka the energy of rushing… that no tale… no pen…???…Anyways… 1000 K/cal. during one training session… 1000 K/cal.-it is about 6 tablespoons with a slide of salad “Olivier”, made in the best Soviet tradition… New Year still 15 days and 12-13 training… Tooo have, will be spent around 11,000 K/cal… TOOO MEAN… new year’s eve will be sahamati approximately two 2?? bowls “Olivier”? and, what is important?? don’t torture yourself then remorse…??? I’ll go even patricidal-and we can already see me herring under the fur coat looks and cries that I do not eat it!!!???? HotelsArea nastupaushim maximation

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He said that in order to enjoy the abundance of food in the coming holidays, now he has to work hard in the gym.

“1000 K/cal. during one training session… 1000 K/cal.- it is about 6 tablespoons with a slide of salad “Olivier”, made in the best Soviet tradition… New Year still 15 days and 12-13 training…That is, will be spent around 11,000 K/cal. That is new year’s eve will be sahamati approximately two bowls “Olivier” and, importantly, not to torture yourself then by remorse,” – said Matveev.

In the comments, many fans praised the actor for the perfect fit and thanked him for the advice, and his wife, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, recalled that the actor has yet to enjoy Mimosas, rice and jelly.

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