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Alden Richards changes his lifestyle for his character transition on ‘The World Between Us’

According to him, he [really] prepared for the transition of his role as Louie Asuncion. He went through a lot before he achieved his good physique.

Kapuso actor Alden Richards confirmed at the virtual mediacon of The World Between Us on November 17 that he sacrificed a lot to achieve his new look in the said drama series.

According to him, he [really] prepared for the transition of his role as Louie Asuncion. He went through a lot before he achieved his good physique.



“Ang naging promise po kasi namin in The World Between Us is may mga character transitions, isa na po dun yung character ko.

“So, physically, yes. I really had to change my lifestyle. Hindi lang po sa diet at exercise. Lifestyle po yung binago ko, kasi paglabas po namin after the third lock-in po namin bago po kami mag-final lock-in, talagang binago ko po lahat.”

Richards noted that his sacrifices are part of his commitment to the said project and its viewers to give justice to his character.

“Talagang ganoon po siya e, when you commit something to the audience and to the character, you will do everything talaga para mabigyan ng justice. Kasi ito rin po kasi yung teleserye ko sa buong buhay ko na nagkaroon po ako ng ganitong klaseng preparation. Even sa mga days na dapat pahinga, I still work on it.”

According to Pambansang Bae, his lifestyle is healthier now compared to before.

“In terms of fitness, I make sure na I work out five times a week. Tapos diet wise, hindi na ‘ko nagre-red meat or anything na umiiyak kapag pinatay mo. I really change the way I eat now. I eat healthier.

“Hindi na rin po ako masyadong nagpupuyat sa games pero ngayon medyo nababalik pero nasu-sustain naman. So ‘yun po yung mga nabago as in totally, binago po ng ‘The World Between Us’.”



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