Heck, even Indianpolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has shown that even professional athletes can be in much better shape.
Another person we now need to add to that list is Imagine Dragons’ lead singer Dan Reynolds, who completely remade himself through a new exercise routine, diet, and lifestyle.
Back in 2015 during the Imagine Dragons’ “Smoke + Mirrors” tour, Reynolds revealed that he suffers from ankylosing spondylitis (AS), a type of arthritis in which there is long term inflammation of the joints of the spine. There is here is no cure for AS. It can also cause eye and bowel problems, and Reynolds also shared the fact that he has suffered from ulcerative colitis since the age of 21.
And in 2016, Reynolds admitted in an interview that he had been heavily depressed for the past two years in an effort to destigmatize depression.
Over the past few months, the Grammy Award nominated singer has been very open on his social media accounts about his personal life and the battles has has faced.
Among those posts are a number of testimonials as to how he has been treating his disease and pretty much completely changed how he takes care of his body.
Bro has most definitely been putting in some work.
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