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On the TV, the former lineman saw a reflection of his former self.“I was living that life six month ago, and I was no longer there,” he says. I thought, ‘I wish I could go back and change things.’ When you look back, and you know you could’ve done better and put in the extra work — knowing that was so disappointing for me.” Asghari says he was cut from University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s summer football program before his freshman year.After losing his chance at a scholarship, he was forced to move back to Los Angeles.
And he taught himself about fitness by watching You Tube videos.Within six months, Asghari went down to three percent body fat and was feeling more motivated and optimistic. Asghari says he measured his body fat percentage every day with a BMI device that he kept in a drawer at work, ate only 1,500 calories, and burned about 3,000 to 4,000 at the gym.“When you reach a certain level of accomplishment, you never want to let it go. You think, ‘No, if I eat this, I’m going to go back,’” Asghari says.Asghari just cashed his last paycheck and spent it all on bills and food. His grueling work schedule — working as a Best Buy clerk, Gold’s Gym sales rep, and nightclub bouncer — allowed him just four to five hours of sleep a night.
It was catching up to him, and he coped by “stress-eating” unhealthy foods.“I was eating Doritos for breakfast, fast food, sugar, candy, no protein, a lot of carbs, and drinking sugary sodas,” Asghari says. The stress and the fear of not going anywhere [in life] combined gave me my depression.”With nobody around, Asghari turned on college football to pass the time.His new physique and healthy lifestyle changed his life, leading him to modeling, which turned into acting.