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Clint Eastwood’s Lookalike Son Scott Eastwood Performs Impressive Handstand as He Joins Photo Challenge

Edduin Carvajal
Jul 24, 2021
04:30 A.M.
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Scott Eastwood treated his over 3.8 million Instagram followers with a shirtless photo that put his ripped body on full display. After he talked about his workout routine (described below), we understood why he looks that good.

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Most moviegoers already know that Clint Eastwood’s most famous child, Scott Eastwood, inherited not only his dad’s impressive acting skills but also his good looks.

Clint met Scott’s mother, Jacelyn Reeves, when she was a flight attendant based in Hawaii. At the time, the actor was in a relationship with Sondra Locke, but he still had an affair and two kids with Reeves.

Scott Eastwood on May 3, 2018 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images

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SCOTT AND CLINT’S RELATIONSHIP

Born in March 1986, Scott grew up with his mom and sister in Hawaii and didn’t spend much time with Clint. In high school, Scott moved to California and got more in touch with his dad.

His earliest memories of Clint include being with him on the “Space Cowboys” set and boarding a helicopter his dad piloted. He once admitted he felt Clint was surrounded by an “aura of greatness” as he considered him his “hero.”

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Hero or not, Clint could undoubtedly be a tough dad who would make Scott apply himself for every opportunity that came his way. Scott once admitted his dad was old-school and raised him with enough “integrity” to show up on time and work hard.

However, the way Clint disciplined his son might be frowned upon nowadays. The “Million Dollar Baby” star once punched Scott in the face for leaving his two-year-younger sister, Kathryn, at a party. Still, Scott decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps.

He's been involved in showbiz since the mid-2000s with appearances in “Flags of Our Father,” “An American Crime,” and “Gran Torino.” Scott is probably best known for “Snowden” and “Suicide Squad,” though.

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SCOTT’S TONED BODY

It is fair to say that Scott is on his way to be an A-lister. To be as successful as he is today, he has worked hard not only on his acting skills but also on his body.

For years, his fans have swooned at the sight of his abs. In November 2016, for example, he was photographed at Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, wearing nothing but black swimming shorts and sunglasses.

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Almost five years have passed, and Scott’s body is nothing short of ripped. In late July 2021, he posted a picture performing a handstand with no shirt that left his followers in awe.

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In the caption, the actor promoted the relaunch of the augmented reality app that he narrated, “Gettysburg: A Nation Divided,” and urged his followers to join a photo challenge using the app.

It was not the first time he posted a shirtless pic. In fact, his Instagram account is filled with photos of his action-star physique doing everything from working out with weighted battle ropes and fight training to surfing and stand-up paddleboarding.

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WORKOUT ROUTINE

Speaking of surfing, it is only one of the many things Scott includes in his workout routine. In an interview with Men’s Health, he explained he kicks off his days with some sauna time.

After “sweating it out,” Scott jumps into a cold pool or takes a cold shower as he likes to “shock” the body. He drinks coffee and water only after finishing these two activities.

His exercise regime is hardly ever the same as he likes to “keep it interesting,” so he might do some jiu-jitsu one day and go for a run at the beach, swimming, and surfing the next.

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Although Scott’s workout is quite intense, he admitted it is only “10 percent” of what you need to be in great shape as diet is everything.

He sees food as fuel, so he eats good proteins like salmon and chicken and includes many greens and veggies like broccoli and asparagus. No pain, no gain, right?

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