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Daniel Craig attends the "No Time To Die" World Premiere at Royal Albert Hall on September 28, 2021 in London, England.

Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as “James Bond” FINALLY hits theaters this week.  “No Time To Die” has been an absolute torture for someone like me.  I’ve been an ENORMOUS James Bond fan my whole life.  The first “real movie” my dad took me to see in the theaters was “The Spy Who Loved Me.”  I’ve read all of the books-at least 5 times.  I own EVERY James Bond movie I want-and have owned them on VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray, and now, digitally.  So for someone like me, if the global pandemic delays production-that’s one thing-I can live with that.  To know that the movie was complete, ready to be released in April of 2020, and because of theaters being closed was just sitting in storage somewhere?!  I’ve been driven nuts.  Anyway, that all ends Friday (yes, I already have my tickets).  Anyway, if there’s one thing that can be said of Craig’s portrayal of “Agent 007” it’s this:  he’s in shape.  This morning I read how he get that way.  Check this out.  According to Yahoo, To get into “Bond Shape” Craig is visited by a former British Special Forces Soldier (Simon Waterson) 2 weeks a month, for a year leading up to filming.  Here’s the workout:

12 to 20 reps per session of these:

-Low cable chest fly
-Abdominal rollouts
-Bosu mountain climbers
-Traditional pull-ups
-Russian twists
-Kettlebell side oblique bends
-TRX Row, curl, and pistol squats
-Bodyweight dips
-Hanging leg raise and windshield wiper
-Reverse cable fly

No wonder he’s calling it quits.  I don’t even know what half these things are.  And don’t even get me started on what he eats.  When the most appetizing thing on the menu is a probiotic shot?  No thanks, think I’ll stick with ordering popcorn in the theater and WATCHING James Bond.