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The British actor—who could arguably be the next James Bond—uses swimming, jogging, and body-weight training to keep himself fit, plus he’s an avid fan of kickboxing, something he’ll explore in a new show, , which will end with Elba taking part in a professional bout.Elba has been showing off his kickboxing training on social media, as well as his massive biceps, sparring sessions, and boxing training. Bautista’s body is packed with muscle, as evidenced by his frequent fitness exploits on social media: sparring training, kickboxing, and regular old staring menacingly at the mirror.
#Repost @australianstrengthcoach with @repostapp ・・・ @thorbjornsson pressing 150kg - 330lbs x 5 reps., culminating in an epic knock-down, drag-'em-out brawl with Jason Statham.Adkins is trained in karate, judo, kickboxing, jujutsu, Krav Maga, and ninjutsu, and keeps his body in fantastic shape with volume training, simple weight training, and sparring.Bautista has shown he can play villains or heroes—and no matter his allegiance, they’re always jacked.#rp from my trainer @mrcalliet #legday #nodayzoff #idobanglegs #idontskiplegday #witnessthetransformation #20plates=900pnds egs who #team MBJ #Callietfitness #Flex Friday A video posted by michaelbjordan (@michaelbjordan) on , Canadian actor Stephen Amell has had his fair share of kickass moments on screen.Adkins likes to share his exploits on social media, including his fight training, bicep workouts, cable workouts, shoulder raises, and incline dumbbell curls.
doesn’t mess around when it comes to staying in shape.
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JCVD likes to flash his monstrous biceps on Instagram, along with his upper-body workouts, bicep workouts, sparring, dumbbell workouts, and flexibility workouts. "Thor" Björnsson is one of the strongest men in the world—he placed second at the 2016 World's Strongest Man competition—but he’s also made a name for himself as an actor, starring as the brutal Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane in the HBO series (we think he's one of the 25 most physically dominating villains of all time).
For my upper body pressing strength I believe 2 times a week is optimal for strength, and using this strategy for Thor worked well.
#hafthorbjornsson #thor #themountain #ohp #strongmotherfucker #strengthsystem #australianstrengthcoach #followthesystem @australianstrengthcoach @thorbjornsson A video posted by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (@thorbjornsson) on , and he’s made sure he’ll look the part by training hard in the gym.
It's easy to look at Hollywood stars and celebrities and assume they just work out all the time. But between marathon movie shoots, production meetings, publicity commitments, and travelling, it can actually be tough to find time to get in the gym.