Sam Burgess shares the shocking part about SAS Australia that he loathed most

Sam Burgess shares the part that SAS Australia Australia he loathed most. It has nothing to with the physical challenges

From tear gas training to being pushed out of a helicopter – Sam Burgess’ body was  truly pushed to the limit on

SAS Australia

.

But the

NRL

superstar, 32, has claims his least favourite part of filming the show has nothing to do with physical challenges.

Speaking to

Seven News

on Tuesday, Burgess described his SAS Australia experience as ‘intense from the first minute to the last minute’, admitted that there were times he ‘genuinely believed it was too much, but pushed through’.

Burgess’ hardest battle: Sam Burgess, 32, (pictured) revealed the surprising part of SAS Australia that he hated the most during an interview with Seven News on Tuesday

When quizzed on the worst part of the military-style show, Burgess surprisingly responded: ‘Definitely the lack of food. And cleaning the toilets.’

The former South Sydney Rabbitohs player also revealed he prepared for SAS Australia by doing ‘general training’ and doing weekly 48-hour fasts for a month.

Describing SAS Australia as a learning experience, Burgess said: ‘I just think I took a deeper look at my capabilities and understanding of others and other people’s capabilities. It was a great period of growth.’

Tear gas wasn’t so bad then? When quizzed on the worst part of the military-style show, Burgess surprisingly responded: ‘Definitely the lack of food. And cleaning the toilets’

Pushed to the limit: The former South Sydney Rabbitohs player also revealed he prepared for SAS Australia by doing ‘general training’ and doing weekly 48-hour fasts for a month

When asked whether he would do it again, Burgess responded with a resolute ‘yes’.

It comes after Burgess’ emotional display during Monday’s SAS Australia premiere, in which he sensationally confessed to cheating on his ex-wife Phoebe during their four-year marriage.

‘I don’t think I was the greatest husband at times,’ he said to the camera. ‘I embarrassed my wife. I’d had an affair with a girl, a woman in

Melbourne

. That’s true.

He’s in! When asked whether he would do it again, Burgess responded with a resolute ‘yes’

‘I don’t think I was the greatest husband at times’: It comes after Burgess’ emotional display during Monday’s SAS Australia premiere, in which he sensationally confessed to cheating on his ex-wife Phoebe during their four-year marriage. Pictured: Sam and Phoebe in happier times

‘I was away on tour, and regretfully that happened. Which would have been… it would have been a tough place for Phoebe to be.’

In 2018, Sam was embroiled in a sexting scandal which involved a Melbourne woman who claimed he had cheated on his wife the year prior.

In the immediate aftermath of the scandal in September 2018, Phoebe, who was then pregnant with her second child, pulled out of a public appearance but was otherwise publicly supportive of her husband in the weeks that followed.

However, the couple ended their marriage shortly after Christmas the same year, three months after he was cleared of any involvement in an NRL ‘sexting’ affair.

Despite reconciling briefly in early 2019, the couple called it quits for good in October the same year.

Confession: ‘I was away on tour, and regretfully that happened. Which would have been… it would have been a tough place for Phoebe to be,’ he told the cameras



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Publiated at Tue 14 Sep 2021, 04:42.16 (+0000).

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