Paul Walker for Men’s Health March 2010

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Paul Walker has become the Men’s Health Cover man for the March 2010 issue. In the magazine he talks about his Indonesia retreat, staying fit and surfing. Here are the highlights:

Paul Walker for Mens Health March 2010

On his secluded Indonesian retreat:

“There wasn’t even access from the road; I literally had to bulldoze one. But it’s worth it. This place is one of the most beautiful on earth, if not the most beautiful – especially for the price.”

On his childhood dreams:

“Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to be a marine biologist. As you go through the grind and the distraction of a career, it’s easy to lose sight of your dreams.”

Paul Walker for Mens Health March 20101

On his passion for helping others:

“It’s not even really about giving back; it’s just what I’m built for.”

On staying fit:

It’s about keeping as many irons in the fire as you can. There’s no gym out here, so I just do whatever I can to stay physical. It’s condition-dependent; if there’s no surf, I dive or stand-up paddle or canoe-surf or swim, or even do pullups from tree branches if I have to. And of course, there’s surfing.”

Paul Walker for Mens Health March 20102

On surfing:

“The more you’re under fire, the cooler you are. Fifteen feet is now where I draw the line. But 15 feet is big — you’re on the edge, and the water is only 6 or 7 feet deep until it’s jagged coral. It’s inevitable: I always get cut, on my feet, on my arms, and on my hands. It’s like hitting concrete. And that means you have to be on your game. If you hesitate, you go down hard.”

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