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WATCH: James Corden gets taste of Mark Wahlberg’s morning workout routine

/ 06:02 PM November 16, 2018

If James Corden wants to have  a body like Mark Wahlberg’s, he needs to step up to the challenge by joining his “4 a.m. Club.”

The actor got the late-night television host to adopt his lifestyle—that is, working out at 4 a.m. This was seen in a “Late Late Show” segment aired Thursday night.

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Corden appeared to be very sleepy as he went to Wahlberg’s house to start his fitness regimen. Early on, Wahlberg told the host the workout “was going to suck.”

Both started their routine by lying down, which Corden thought was okay so he could go back to sleep. Little did he know that it was only the easy part, as Wahlberg showed he was game for exercise.

The host visibly showed his struggles while keeping up with the actor as he did all sorts of rigorous exercises to be buff. Corden made light of the situation several times, at one point cheating on jump rope by not using one.

In the end, Corden succeeded with the challenge, but Wahlberg told him that was only the warm-up. Corden, looking exhausted, said that he was out.

As a way to remember their time together, Corden had some merchandise to show that he was a part of Wahlberg’s “4 a.m. Club.” And to show his determination, he promised the actor he would get in by 12 midnight.  /ra

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