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Hunnam puffed "like a madman" and sustained himself on coffee and nicotine for three months. "It's not easy to quit smoking." He's currently using e-cigarettes to transition off. He would burn through an ounce a week, but stopped in his early 30s."In those stupid ways that we identify with ourselves, I felt like I was a Rasta," he says. " He seems to genuinely love practice and learning.Sometimes after a shoot, he reenters the world disconnected and feeling low. Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.We start a 30-minute warmup with some easy running, but soon we're doing high-knees, butt kicks, and jumping jacks.Next we're on the mat doing crunches, side-to-sides, leg raises, pushups, and pullups. Later I learn that part of his regular routine includes running 5 miles and doing 300 pushups and 100 pullups.Hunnam hops on the monkey bars and swings to the end. He's ready for, a remake of the 1973 Steve Mc Queen flick (later this year).
Nothing grounds you in the present more than being unable to breathe. The movie's five-minute final fight scene took five days to shoot, filming from 7 a.m. "It's not even as much the physical benefit of training; it's the mental," he says.
"I was sort of proud at my enormous ability to smoke pot and function. We stand on the mats, and he teaches me how to do a two-legged takedown. I try again and slam him roughly down—seven more times. After class we relocate to a restaurant, but the focus stays on fighting and learning. I was able-bodied and a target and was always having to fight," he says.
But I realized I didn't want to spend my life stoned. "If you find yourself on the street and someone wants to take you on, you come in and take them off guard," he says. The minute you feel them stalling, step in, put your shoulder into it, and sweep the legs! My head and shoulder are pressed against his hip, my arms clenched around his torso. Hunnam tells me about his childhood near Newcastle, in northern England. He liked painting, photography, and playing rugby and had a lot of friends.
"When you're training every day in a combat discipline, it just gives you that eye of the tiger. The shoot was in humid 100-degree weather off the grid in the Colombian jungle.
Then if someone acts aggressively toward you, I can run all the scenarios through my head—you know, like I'm going to step to the side and put an elbow through your face." Hunnam sought to reimagine the noble action hero with Ritchie, himself a black belt in BJJ. Hunnam says the biggest hardship was the isolation.