(knocks) – [Interviewer] Big Sean, we're here to see your gym and fridge.
– Wrong house.
" (ding) (ding) (ding) Why didn't you say so? What's up man? Come on in.
(soft music) ♪ I'm single again ♪ ♪ I guess it's just the way it's gone be ♪ Hey y'all, wait a second, here it comes.
Takes a while.
All right, so look, this the gym.
This my guy right here, the real Jerry Ford, my trainer.
– We gettin' in some work! – [Big Sean] It may not look like much, but I'm a keep it real, it's a lot! I'm a show y'all.
– [Interviewer] How often do you work out? – I work out a few times a week.
Three to four times a week.
Some people like workingout every single day, but I'm one of those people that like, I like to have a recovery day.
I feel like I've seen the progression in that more than when I'vedone it every single day.
– [Interviewer] What do you consider to be an intense workout? – Intense workout, when I can feel it, like the day after whenI'm doing the next workout I'm still feeling the last workout.
Like leg day, that be like intense.
You know what I'm saying.
– [Interviewer] So, you use chains? – Oh yeah, we got the, you know so we got the 20 pound chains, 45s on top of 45s, so it's all together.
I can probably do more than this, you know what I'm saying, than 175.
I for sure can bench, max outat two-something, bench press.
But, I'd rather do a lot of reps or something than always try to max out, because I'm not tryingto get big as (beep), you know what I'm saying, I'm really just trying to stayin the best shape of my life.
I'm aint trying to liketransform to a bodybuilder.
– We don't skip leg day.
– No, we don't.
– No we don't.
– [Interviewer] What keeps you motivated? – What keeps me motivated isdefinitely just the progression I've been seeing inmyself every single time I stay consistent.
– [Interviewer] When didyou start working out? – I started working out January 1, 2019.
Been on it, every single day, consistent.
– [Interviewer] What motivatedyou to start that day? – It's just a good time to start.
The first day of the year, it's like a new year's resolution, but I just didn't fall off.
– [Interviewer] Do you doother types of training? – So we do MMA, calisthenics, basketball, stuff like that, boxing.
– [Interviewer] What's yourfavorite part of the workout? – I like the whole workout.
It's just a time for me to like escape, not be in my head about nothing else, you know it's like me time, so.
– [Interviewer] What'syour least favorite part of the workout? – I don't have a least favorite part.
I enjoy the whole process.
I like stretching, too.
That's like the end of the workout.
– [Interviewer] Whatare your fitness goals? – I mean, my fitnessgoals truthfully are just to like be in the best shape of my life, you know what I'm saying.
Like I said, I'm not tyingto be no bodybuilder, I'm not trying to do it for anything else, but just being in shape, taking care of myself.
– [Interviewer] Has gettingfit helped you as a performer? – Yeah, for sure.
Its definitely helps me outas a performer on stage, and just anything, you just walk different when you in shape.
You know what I'm saying, you're whole aura change.
It's like, even in business, and everything, in the bedroom (laughs) – [Interviewer] What music do you listen to when you workout? – Bro, I listen to music allday long doing everything else, you know what I'm saying, Idon't even listen to music when I workout.
– [Interviewer] Do you have any scars.
– No, I don't really got no scars.
Scars that you could see really.
I done seen some (beep) thatscarred me though.
(laughs) – [Interviewer] What about tattoos? – Bro, I'm probably one of the only people I know that I just don't have no tattoos.
Never got around to it.
I love tattoos though.
– [Interviewer] How doyou keep your mind fit? – I meditate every single day.
So, you know I keep my mind fit, and that's one of the thingsI been doing longer than I been working out.
I've been meditating since I was like 17.
You know, I had the samegoals when I was 17.
I knew what I wanted to do.
I wanted to do music.
I felt like it was my purpose.
So, you know, my mom justbeing a good mom really, just introduced me to meditation, introduced me to the law of attraction.
It just let me know I canmanifest anything I want.
You know, I feel like one ofthe things that cancels people out a lot is that theywant something, but that they'll be their own worst enemy.
You know what I'm saying, they won't believe, or they won't have thatfaith in themselves.
That's one of the things I feellike mediation helps me do.
It helps center me, but italso helps me put my thoughts out into the world.
(soft guitar) – All right, so look, I got two fridges.
All right, because, I'll show you why.
So first fridge, you gota lot of protein in here, a lot of vegetables.
It's kind of like Paleo-inspired, you know what I'm saying.
– [Interviewer] So, what wouldwe never see in your fridge? – You would never reallysee seafood in here.
I don't really eat seafood at all.
I'm not allergic, Ijust can't get with it.
Every time I try and eat it, it's like outta there for me.
I think it's like somepast-life trauma, truthfully.
– [Interviewer] Do you cook at all? – You know, I leave thecookers to the cookers.
I don't really cook that much.
But, I mean, I cook inthe studio, you know.
What's crazy is I was looking for a chef, you know what I'm saying, looking for a proper meal plan, and within that process, mymama been here since October, and so she's been cooking for me.
The best chef I can get, you feel me.
– [Interviewer] Do youdrink coffee or tea? – I drink green tea.
So, that's probably my like daily regimen.
When I wake up, I drink green tea, take my supplements.
I usually workout early, so I don't really eat beforeI workout unless it's after.
Cause first of all, I bein the studio all night, so I don't wake up until late morning.
I'm for sure not a morning guy.
So, I be waking up at 11 a.
, do my little regimen, and then eat afterwards.
I also got some vitaminsspecifically made for me.
There's also this drinkthat my mom be using all this green stuff for called alkalizer.
Tastes like (beep), I'm not gonna lie.
I'm not gone hold you up.
– [Interviewer] What do youeat for a late night craving? – 2 a.
, I'm getting like, some type of little snack, or protein shake.
Lately, I just been grabbinga protein shake cause it's so easy, I aint got tothink about it, go to sleep.
– [Interviewer] What didyour diet look like before you got healthy? – So, I been health-conscious I feel like, probably more than a lotof people in my whole life, you know what I mean.
But, when I reallystarted taking it serious, is when I was ready to boss-up my life, you know what I'm saying.
Boss-up, I feel like Ihad to boss myself up to be the best version.
If I want the best things, I got to feel the best, you know what I'm saying, soI really need to take working out seriously, take my body seriously.
I started January 1, 2019, and just consistentlybeen on it since then.
You know how people be havingthem new year's resolutions, and they be like, "I'm 'bout to get it, " they fall off, and I aint fall off, I just kept going, stayed on it, insistency.
– [Interviewer] Can we seethat machine over there? – First of all, water isthe number one, just thing in the world I feellike that you have to do to take care of yourself.
People who don't drink water, take care of themselves like that, like dog.
Maybe that might work for youfor like, you a little kid, but you either gotta growup and get your water in, because it's the natural cleanser, you know what I'm saying.
It's the number one thing you need.
You want that clear skin.
A lot of ailments will just go with the more water you drink.
So, that why I take it so serious cause I know how beneficial it is, how important it is.
Man, so look, I takehydration so seriously, that's why I got the whole second fridge.
It's just all for drinks.
First of all, I got the Just Water.
Even though I got the watermachine, you know you always got to keep the bottles.
Shout out you know mylittle brother Jaden Smith, always on the water phone, gotta keep the Just Waters.
I like this coconut water a lot.
I got some Kombucha tea, juice, Martinelli's.
You don't know nothing'bout that Martinelli's.
– [Interviewer] Favorite protein drink? – Yeah, these are myfavorite types right here.
I also make protein shakes, too, like.
Or, I have 'em made for me, let me keep it real.
I don't make them that much.
I can make 'em, but Idon't make 'em that much.
– [Interviewer] Do you drink? – Yeah, I drink alcohol, for sure.
– [Interviewer] What's your go-to drink? – Well you know, champagneis a drink of champions.
(light, upbeat music) – [Interviewer] Time forrapid fire questions.
– [Big Sean] Let's go.
– [Interviewer] 7 a.
workout or 7 p.
workout? – (grunts) 7 p.
– [Interviewer] Squat or dead lifts? – Dead, squat.
– [Interviewer] Crossfit, yay or nay? – Yay, I mean nay (laughs) Whoo, that's a lot with these.
– [Interviewer] Pull-ups or chin-ups? – Pull-ups.
– [Interviewer] Dumbbells or kettle bells? – Dumbbells.
– [Interviewer] Run on thetreadmill, or the great outdoors? – Run outside.
– [Interviewer] Cardio or weights? – Weights.
– [Interviewer] Big legs or big arms? – Both.
(grunts) – [Interviewer] Jacked, cut, ripped or swole? – Ripped.
– [Interviewer] If you could workout with anyone in the world, who would it be? – The Rock and Kevin Hart.
Well, I know The Rock can, I wanna see if KevinHart can hang, you know.
Those my guys though.
Trying to get a workout in, what's up? I appreciate y'all "Men's Health, " about to get the restof my workout in though.
Y'all be safe man, peace.
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