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Joe Rogan and Action Bronson Celebrated 4/20 With a Kettlebell Workout

Mike Darling
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On yesterday’s episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, rapper Action Bronson joined the comedian and podcast host to celebrate 4/20 and discuss his dramatic 130-pound weight loss over the past year, which Bronson previously opened up about to Men’s Health.

Prior to the episode, Bronson and Rogan also visited the Onnit Fitness gym together for a more hands-on demonstration of the hard work that Bronson, 37, is still putting in every week as he builds strength while losing weight. "VERY SPECIAL TRAINING SESSION WITH MY BROTHAS @joerogan @coachjohnwolf 420 JOE ROGAN EXPERIENCE FOR THAT ASS SPECIAL DELIVERY. AHORA CON MAS SABOR," Bronson captioned a clip of the kettlebell workout shared to Instagram.

(If that leaves you feeling inspired, we've got plenty of our own "Kettlehell" workouts available to try on the Men's Health All-Out studio app.)

Back in the studio, Bronson and Rogan discussed the workout, which was led by Onnit trainer and Chief Fitness Officer John Wolf, as well as aspects of how their routines have evolved to be more functional and less punishing on their joints.

“It’s all about mobility and flexibility,” Bronson said. “It’s about fluidity and using your body and your muscles in a functional manner.”

Rogan added that the workouts he's done with Wolf tend to be focused on improving range of motion. “His whole thing is about having you have the full mobility of your body. It’s all to strengthen the joints, stabilize your shoulders.”

Then the subject turned to Bronson’s ongoing weight loss progress, with Rogan calling attention to Bronson’s Instagram feed, where he frequently features video clips of his intense weight training routines. Occasionally, those videos feature stars like former MLB pitcher CC Sabathia, who Bronson credits for inspiring him to start getting back into shape.

“You haven’t lost weight [just] by dieting,” Rogan said. “You’re lifting weights, exercising, pushing sleds. You’re doing some wild shit."

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Bronson explained that the routine and process of working out appeals to him, and was reminded of his days practicing with the football team in high school. “I like drills, I like having an aim. The game, yeah it’s fun, but I like the practice stuff,” he said, adding that one upside to the pandemic was also the opportunity to slow down and focus on his happiness and mental health.

“It allowed me to spend every moment with my brand new child,” he said. “It was something I didn’t know I needed, but I needed that.”

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