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Shirtless Mark Wahlberg, 52, shows off his ripped physique as he enjoys his daily 4am workout session

He works hard to maintain his ripped physique.

And Mark Wahlberg gave fans a glimpse of his latest grueling training session in an Instagram video on Friday.

The actor, 52, showed off his ripped physique as he took on the sweat session shirtless, flexing his muscles as he pumped weights and performed ab wheel rollouts.

He looked in his element as he made the most of his home gym, proving he had boundless energy despite working out at 4am.

Mark previously sent the internet into meltdown when he revealed his very unusual schedule in 2018, revealing that his day starts at 2:30am and ends at 7:30pm.

He’s working hard to maintain his ripped physique and Mark Wahlberg gave fans a glimpse of his latest grueling training session in an Instagram video on Friday

The actor, 52, showed off his ripped physique as he hit the sweat session shirtless, flexing his muscles while pumping weights and performing ab-wheel rollouts

The actor, 52, showed off his ripped physique as he hit the sweat session shirtless, flexing his muscles while pumping weights and performing ab-wheel rollouts

The former rapper’s checklist included two big workouts that lasted more than an hour, two showers, snacks and meals, a cryo chamber recovery, golf and business meetings, in a routine that stunned his fans.

He revealed that it all started at 1:30am when his alarm went off. Then it’s a prayer session. Then the action star has breakfast at 3:15 a.m., his first meal of many throughout the day.

He previously told Men’s Health that he likes to start his day with egg whites, sprouted grain Ezekiel bread, almond butter and avocado.

From 3:40 a.m. to 5:15 a.m. he has a serious training session, including weight lifting.

Mark’s 10 million Instagram followers will already be aware of his early workouts, as he often shares videos of his gym sessions under the hashtag #4amclub.

At 5:30 am it’s a training meal and at 6:00 am a shower, which bizarrely seems to last 90 minutes.

At 7:30 a.m. the Shooter actor is playing golf, which could be considered another workout, but only for 30 minutes because there’s a snack at 8 a.m.

Next it’s a cryo chamber session.

He looked in his element as he made the most of his home gym, proving he had boundless energy despite working out at 4am.

He looked in his element as he made the most of his home gym, proving he had boundless energy despite working out at 4am.

Mark looked in good spirits as he worked with his personal trainer during the early morning sweat session

Mark looked in good spirits as he worked with his personal trainer during the early morning sweat session

Mark previously sent the internet into meltdown when he revealed his very unusual schedule in 2018, revealing that his day starts at 2:30am and ends at 7:30pm.

Mark previously sent the internet into meltdown when he revealed his very unusual schedule in 2018, revealing that his day starts at 2:30am and ends at 7:30pm.

Mark previously told Ellen DeGeneres about the benefits of cryotherapy, saying, “It’s great for recovery, and it gets all the inflammation out of your body (and) it helps you sleep.”

At 10:30, when most people in Hollywood are just getting to work, Mark is eating again and taking business calls.

He also has time for family, which must be a challenge considering all his children are currently in school.

He has more meetings and working visits at 2 p.m. At 3 p.m. he picks up his children from school and then has a snack.

At 4 p.m. it is time for his second training of the day. It lasts until 5 p.m., after which he takes a shower.

Dinner and family time is at 5:30 PM and he goes to sleep at 7:30 PM.

However, in 2022, Mark revealed he had made some adjustments to his schedule, sharing his new, ‘slimmed-down’ daily regime which saw him sleep in – until just 3.30am.

The A-lister added that he no longer eats oats, peanut butter, blueberries and eggs for breakfast, but instead fasts for 18 hours a day.

In addition to his training and acting commitments, Mark has been busy advertising his ‘prayer app’.

He announced the venture during last month’s Super Bowl, telling viewers to “keep praying” in a promotion for Hallow, which offers users prayers on the go.

The Catholic app – which Mark co-owns – launched in 2018 is one of many that have flooded the market in recent years. Their popularity increased when worship had to move online during the pandemic.

There’s a free version, but subscriptions for the full Hallow content—including thousands of audio-guided prayers, Bible readings, music, and meditations led by top theologians and clergy—cost $9.99 per month or $69.99 per year.

Certainly, the monetization of religion is big business in America.

Two years ago, the app had been downloaded about two million times. Now that figure has risen to 17 million – and investors are jumping on board.

Last year alone, $50 million was raised, bringing total funding to $105 million.

In addition to his training and acting commitments, Mark has been busy advertising his 'prayer app'

In addition to his training and acting commitments, Mark has been busy advertising his ‘prayer app’