"It's something that makes me feel good," the actor said
The Longest Ride star, 29, explained that his weekly routine consists of a whole range of outdoor and indoor activities that he is constantly switching up.
“If it’s a part of your life then it’s not a chore,” Eastwood told E! News on Thursday at the Maui Film Festival. “It’s something that makes me feel good. My dad [Clint Eastwood] used to always stress this: Healthy body, healthy mind. So I like it. No pressure.”
He went on to explain that he is frequently asked about his workout regimen, but replied, “To me it’s not one thing.”
“To be really in shape, it’s dynamic, it’s got to be a lot of different everything, always switching it up,” he explained to the news outlet. “So a good day for me would be hit the gym, do some sort of cross training in the gym and then go surfing and then maybe take a jiu-jitsu class at night or go swimming at night or go stand up paddle boarding in the evening.”
He added, “So you’re doing a lot of things with the body. You’re not just, Oh I went to the gym’ and sort of half assed it.”
But don’t worry, he, too, gives into cravings once in a while, noting that chips and salsa are his go-to treat.
“Those are my vice. [I’m] a big Mexican fan,” he said.
Eastwood is the new face of Davidoff Cool Water and recently debuted in the (very shirtless) campaign advertisement.
But being sans shirt has sort of become a regular activity for the star. He told PEOPLE in April after a series of torso-baring photos hit the Internet: “You’ve got to get your vitamin D!”
“I didn’t have any workout clothes at the time and I needed to get a quick workout in,” he added with a laugh.