Ryan Phillipe for Men’s Health May 2010

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The MacGruber actor Ryan Phillipe stars the cover of the Men’s Health mag, May 2010. The exclusive flowed smoothly from the professional to the personal quiestions. The star talked about his love for working out and his new diet after discovering a gluten allergy along with his divorce from Reese Witherspoon.

Ryan Phillippe Men's Health May 2010 issue

On getting over his divorce:

“I still have sadness and complicated feelings about my divorce. But how beneficial is it to keep hanging onto those feelings? If someone lives through an accident, his aim is to become better and healthy. My aim is always to progress — to make better decisions and be a better father, a better boyfriend, a better husband if it happens again, a better friend, a better actor. My goals are to improve in all areas of life.”

Ryan Phillippe for Men's Health cover May 2010 issue

On his love for working out:

“I like feeling strong. I want to throw my kids up in the air and wrestle them. Working out has become about functionality. I want my head clearer, I want to relieve the stress, and I want to feel capable and strong.”

On cooking for Ava and Deacon:

“There’s something about the kids knowing the parent is making the food for them with love. It’s worth it to me to do that extra work whenever possible, because I see the benefit it has. My kids think I’m an amazing cook, and that’s all that matters.”

Ryan Phillippe Men's Health covers May 2010

On getting older but not wiser:

“I thought the more experience you had, the more certain you would be about life. But I’m finding the opposite, man. I’m more in wonder and confusion than I was in my 20s.”

Ryan Phillippe for Men's Health cover May 2010

On playing a gay teen on a soap when he was younger:

“I would worry, What will the people at school think? And they fully shunned me in a lot of ways. But it ended up being an incredible experience and such a time of growth for me.”

Ryan Phillippe for Men's Health May 2010 issue

On being inspired by his Flags of Our Fathers director, Clint Eastwood:

“He’s in the latter part of his experience on the planet, and he’s still growing. He’s open to new ideas and he’s changing the way he sees things. It’s something I want to encourage in myself: Don’t close off.”

Ryan Phillippe Men's Health covers May 2010 issue

Ryan Phillippe for Men's Health May 2010

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