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In a new interview with Closer magazine, the baking guru, 51, opened up on how difficult he found working on the hit show after Mary , Mel and Sue decided not to follow theshow to Channel 4 and leave after the seventh series He admitted: 'I have missed Mary, Mel and Sue, and when I started filming the new 'Bake Off' it was hard.'The star, known for his steely critiques on the smash hit reality show, said there was, however, a light at the end of the tunnel as new hosts Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig left him rolling in the aisles .
The star also spoke about being labelled a 'traitor' over his decision to move with the show to Channel 4, after a bidding war saw the BBC lose the rights to Bake Off, saying he was still filming with the channel.
His Workout: The regimen consisted of weight training Monday through Friday and cardio on the weekends.
Craig started and ended the week with a circuit of pullups, squats, triceps dips, and pushups.
A vegetarian, Bale avoided conventional protein sources such as chicken and beef and instead gorged on eggs, cottage cheese, and protein shakes. His Workout: Compound movements made up the heart of Bale’s training, including power exercises such as cleans, snatches, and squat jumps so that he could be as explosive and agile as the Caped Crusader himself. Chinup Superset with Cable Row (4 sets of 10–12 reps each)Power Clean (4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 6)Snatch-Grip High Pull (4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 6) Plus: Bale reportedly wanted to take his weight down as low as 100 pounds for , but the producers, fearing it would be too dangerous to his health, refused to let him.
Bale says [On his role as Batman]: “ You just couldn’t pull it off unless you became a beast inside that suit.” .
The show premiered in 2010 and quickly won an audience of millions thanks to the quirky co-hosts Mel and Sue and Paul and Mary's banter.He proceeded to train and eat his way from 120 pounds to 220.Incredibly, director Christopher Nolan felt Bale had become too muscular for the role, and asked the long-suffering actor to lose 20 pounds again.The show also became synonymous with the phrase 'soggy bottoms'.This comes after the first trailer, which was released earlier this week, divided fans after the show left the BBC for Channel 4.