That's why fitness YouTuber Jesse James West decided to take the challenge emulate a day in Efron's life during his Baywatch training for his latest fitness challenge. West doesn't share exactly where he got the plan for the workout and diet, but Efron's blueprint has been covered extensively, so he has plenty of steps to follow.

The challenge starts with a 4:20 a.m. wakeup.

"If this is going to have me as shredded as Zac Efron, you bet your ass I'm getting up this early," says West as his alarm goes blares.

He starts the day with a protein-packed breakfast of 4 eggs, 6 oz. of grilled chicken, and vegetables (with no seasonings added) and avocado. The macro breakdown is 66 grams protein, 7 grams carbs, and 25 grams of fat.

"I'm pretty sure there's like no carbs (in his diet). My body is going to start having withdrawals," says West as he finishes breakfast.

By 5 a.m. he heads into his home gym for workout number one, a back and biceps routine. The heavy session is at odds with the lightweight routine Efron's Baywatch coach shared with MH, but we'll give West a pass for the effort.

The workout consists of: - Weighted pullups - Barbell deadlift - Barbell row - Barbell curl - Dumbbell hammer curl - Dumbbell Zottoman curl

"Holy crap, I am drenched. That actually was a phenomenal workout," says West.

By 7 a.m., West heads outdoors to challenge himself to some of the things Efron did when he appeared on Bear Grylls' show Running Wild.

After that, he's back in the kitchen for meal two, which consists of 1 cup of steamed vegetables, 6 oz. of lean ground turkey and hot green tea. The macro breakdown is 35 grams protein, 12 grams carbs, and 19 grams of fat.

Next, he sits outside to catch some rays to achieve a tan like Efron in the movie, and then preps meal number three, which consists of sirloin steak and cauliflower cooked in coconut oil. The macro breakdown is 44 grams protein, 2 grams carbs, and 17 grams of fat.

"Keeping it consistent, little to no carbs again. Yes it might be simple and plain, but I actually feel very very good. I don't feel so clouded and I don't feel sluggish eating less carbs," says West.

By 4:45 p.m., he gets to Efron's ab workout, which consists of:

- Hollow body (3 rounds, 30 seconds) - Weighted Russian twists (3 rounds, 30 seconds) - Weighted plate sit ups (3 rounds, 30 seconds)

After that, by 6:15 he's prepping meal #4, a salmon salad bowl. The macro breakdown is 66 grams protein, 2 grams carbs, and 25 grams of fat. He rests for a couple hours, and by 9 p.m. is back in the kitchen for meal #5. His final meal is grass-fed ground beef and 3 hardboiled eggs.

His final macro count for the entire day is as follow: 259 grams protein, 24 grams carbs, and 118 grams of fat, for a total of 2,194 calories.

"I ate so much protein. I have never eaten that low of carbs, ever. I feel super good," says West. "My energy was steady throughout the day. I'm tired as hell now, but that is what it's like to live just like Zac Efron."