Disappointed like us that Joe Manganiello didn’t show off more of his 220 pounds of well-muscled hotness on Sunday’s season premiere of “True Blood?” We thought so. Here’s a spread to fill your need.
When you’re done wishing you were a vampire crawling up and down Manganiello—there’s more from our look at him last June, too—you can read more about how he sculpted that body into such magnificent shape thanks to a profile in Muscle & Fitness, which provided many of the pics for this Morning Fix. In short: He’s exactly the hard-working jock you fantasize about.
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