'Conan's' Jason Momoa Explains Simple Stay In Shape Routine

Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa at the world premiere of Lionsgate's "Conan the Barbarian" at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live, Los Angeles, on August 11, 2011 Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa at the world premiere of Lionsgate's

Former “Game of Thrones” hunk Jason Momoa continues to show off his ripped figure in his latest project, “Conan the Barbarian,” and he told Access Hollywood how he continues to stay in shape.

“You know, you gotta eat a lot of boiled chicken breasts and lift a lot of weights,” he explained as he hit the premiere for his warrior film in Los Angeles on Thursday night, accompanied by wife Lisa Bonet. “That’s what happens. A lot of heavy things, that’s all.”

Recently, Jason’s co-star Rose McGowan, who plays Marique in “Conan the Barbarian,” told The Advocate what she thought Jason’s bottom in the film.

“His a** is epic,” Rose said. And as Access read the quote to Jason on Thursday evening, he reacted to the compliment.

“I don’t know how my a** is epic,” Jason laughed. “You, [yourself], can’t actually quite see it, so you never really know. I don’t know. My wife – are you happy with it?”

“It’s good,” Lisa chimed in. “It’s good… I’m proud.”

“Proud,” Jason laughed. “There you go.”

While Jason brought his two children with Lisa – daughter Iolani, and son Nakoa Wolf – to the “Conan” set, it will be a while until their little ones are able to check out dad on the big screen.

“Not until they’re married with children,” Jason said. “When they’re 30, when they’re my age, they’ll go watch it.”

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