Mark Wahlberg reveals insane daily schedule which sees him get up 2.30am, hit the gym twice and take lunchtime cryo chamber sessions

GYM-obsessed Mark Wahlberg has revealed his crazy daily schedule which sees him get up at 2.30am, hit the gym twice and have daily cryo chamber sessions.

The 47-year-old actor is known for his impressive physique as well as his films, and it turns out his buff body doesn't come easily.

Mark was answering questions from fans on Instagram and shared a snapshot of what his typical schedule looks like.

The Fighter star says that he rises at 2.30am, prays and has his first meal of the day at 3.15am.

He then works out from 3.40-5.15am – when most people still aren't even up.

At 6am he showers then it's time for a half-hour round of golf at 7.30am.

Mark's daily schedule is insane

After an 8am snack he goes into a cryo chamber to let his body recover before having another snack at 10.30am.

Then Mark takes a two-hour break from exercising to spend time with family or deal with work stuff before having lunch at 1pm.

More meetings and business calls take place until 3pm when the doting father-of-four does the school run.

At 3.30pm it's time for another snack – after all, the intense work out regime requires fuel – and then he exercises again from 4pm for an hour.

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Mark takes another shower so he's not sweaty in time for his 5.30pm family dinner and then, having risen so early, the movie star is tucked up in bed by 7.30pm.

The actor – who started out as rapper Marky Mark in the Funky Bunch – gave a big shout out to his trainers, Brian Nguyen and Bo Cleary, and his chef, Lawrence Duran, who he called “the 4am club".

Mark recently spoke about the benefits of cryotherapy to Ellen DeGeneres, saying: "It is great for recovery, and it just takes all the inflammation out of your body [and] it helps you sleep.”

To be honest, after a jam-packed day like that, it certainly sounds like he needs it.

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