While body transformations in Hollywood are nothing new, what Chris Pratt did in 6 months to prepare for his role in Guardians of the Galaxy is pretty amazing. Chris went from looking fat and sloppy to sporting a lean and chiseled physique. So a lot of guys are probably wondering how they can duplicate Pratt’s results. Getting a ripped body like Chris Pratt isn’t rocket science.
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We're so accustomed to seeing Chris Pratt as a bona-fide action star, it's almost tough to remember he first came to fame as a chubby goofball. Before he was a motorcycle-riding velociraptor trainer in Jurassic World, and before he was a universe-saving superhero in Guardians of the Galaxy—both epic summer blockbusters, by the way—Pratt was Andy Dwyer, the marshmallowy man-boy who fell into a pit on Parks and Recreation. So what changed? Pratt got shredded.
The Avengers are set to go to war this May and it’ll be their toughest battle yet. They’re going to have to stop Thanos and defeat him as he tries to collect the remaining Infinity Stones and execute his plan to destroy the entire universe. Luckily, they’re not going to have to go it alone. They’ll have the Guardians of the Galaxy on their side, which means we get to see Chris Pratt’s portrayal of Star Lord in theaters again very very soon. And what better way to honor our universe’s heroes than a series of Avengers: Infinity War superhero inspired workout programs?