Bodybuilder Dad Slammed For Bragging That His Eight-Month-Old Baby Son is 'Lean'

Bodybuilder Dad Slammed For Bragging That His Eight-Month-Old Baby Son is ‘Lean’

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Jack Reynolds is a bodybuilder from Fort Collins, Colorado. He frequently shares his gym selfies and workout photos that show off his muscular physique. Jack is undeniably a fitness fanatic, and it turned, he’s both a husband and a dad. 

Jack Reynolds a husband, father and bodybuilder from Fort Collins, Colorado is known for his gym Selfies and workout photos.

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However, Jack has allowed himself to be dragged by internet users after bragging that his 8-month-old son is lean and unusually handsome because he only feeds on eggs, fruit, and vegetables. “We feed our 8mo son: whole eggs, whole fruit, whole vegetables, H20.” Jack, whose name is Jrey online, had tweeted. 

However, Jack recently got slammed for bragging that his 8-month-old son is lean and unusually handsome because he feeds on veggies.

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“We Feed Our 8mo Son”

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He added: “We grind up his vegetables/proteins most the time until he can chomp away on his own. 99% percentile height/head size. 70% percentile weight. He’s lean bc he isn’t eating processed s**t and unusually handsome.” Twitter users were quick to ridicule the father-of-one for boasting about such an absurd thing and even dubbed it: The weirdest flex ever. 

“99% percentile height/head size. 70% percentile weight. He’s lean bc he isn’t eating processed s**t and unusually handsome.”

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It unclear if Jack’s baby is consuming 24 to 32 ounces of formula or breast milk daily as recommended by WebMD.

“Bro, nobody but you two care about your baby being lean or not. It’s a baby.” One user wrote. Another said: “Congrats on your, uh, lean baby, a normal thing to have and boast about.” A third added: “The same physique of nearly every other eight-month-old on the planet, but sure.” Some people urged that Jack shouldn’t focus much on what his baby’s body appears like, claiming he will give the child body image problems. 

Twitter users ridicule the father-of-one for boasting about such an absurd thing and dubbed it: The weirdest flex ever.

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People urged that Jack shouldn’t focus much on what his baby’s body appears like, claiming he will give the child body image problems.

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“It’s cool to share body Dysmorphia with your kids. They’ll appreciate it when they’re battling thru adolescence.” One person tweeted. Another said: “My parents did that to me too. Now I am fit and depressed. A fifth questioned: “Is it just me, or does this baby look like every other baby on earth that’s not currently being groomed to have an eating disorder.” 

A few people stressed that Jacks’ son’s diet is hardly revolutionary and that blended-up fruits and veggies are homemade baby food.

A few people stressed that Jacks’ son’s diet is hardly revolutionary and that blended-up fruits and veggies are homemade baby food. Nonetheless, it remains unclear if Jack’s baby is consuming 24 to 32 ounces of formula or breast milk daily as recommended by WebMD. The intake of formula or breast milk isn’t mentioned in the tweet, and on the other hand, eight-month-olds can eat baby cereal, mashed, or pureed meats. 

Jack’s Post Went Viral And Here’s How People Reacted: