Jack Reynolds, a bodybuilder fitness fanatic dad from Fort Collins, Colorado, has recently faced backlash from fans. He is now being mocked as "insane" for boasting that his eight-month-old son is "lean".
Reynolds said that his son "isn't eating processed s***" and is only fed eggs, fruit, and vegetables. The fitness fanatic soon went viral on Twitter for also sharing a breakdown of his infant son's diet.
Jack listed all sorts of healthy foods that he and his partner feed their son. He then insisted that it's why the baby is so "lean" and "handsome".
"We feed our son: whole eggs, whole fruit, whole vegetables, H20. We grind up his vegetables/proteins most the time, until he can chomp away on his own." He went on to brag that his son is in the 99th percentile for height and head size, and 70th percentile for weight. "He's lean [because] he isn't eating processed s***. And unusually handsome."
This led to Twitter users mocking him for bragging about such a bizarre thing, and passing off his own body issues to his son.
One comment read: "Bro nobody but you two care about your baby being lean or not. It's a baby."
Some commenters also trash-talked Jack, as one joked: "he's skipping leg day," and another commented: "How much does your kid lift?"
Eight-month-old babies should have already been introduced to solids, but should also be consuming 24 to 32 ounces of formula or breast milk every day, According to WebMD.
Jack did not mention if his baby is also drinking formula milk, but eight-month-olds can eat baby cereal, fruit, vegetables, and mashed or pureed meats.