Somehow Tom Cruise has managed to escape our scrutiny, even though he is one of America’s biggest action heroes. He has made so many films that they are listed on their own page on Wikipedia. From roles as diverse as…
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Harry Judd started training once a week with Olly in 2009. Harry explains on Oliver’s website that since training with a professional fitness instructor he has achieved goals he never thought was possible. Harry explains how paying attention to the fine details of training, ensuring the exercise is completed with good form and workouts are completed on a regular basis.
Johnny Depp at 48 is still in great shape, he has always been a lean, agile and almost too scrawny character. But Johnny Depp recently went on a diet of green tea and fruit to help lose weight. It has also been reported that Johnny Depp eats a lot of eggs and chicken, so it is certainly not all low GI fruits. He also exercises. He would do daily workouts consisting for long cardio sessions on the treadmill combined with core workouts and muscle toning.
Hugh Laurie, the British actor who plays Dr. Gregory House, is certainly a fine figure of a man. Hugh Laurie, when training to be an Olympic rower was no less athletic than the likes of Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt. Hugh Laurie trained for around 8 hours a day in total. He had a huge appetite and would eat a meal for 6 on some days after training.
Henry Cavill will be starring as Superman in the next film, Superman: Man of Steel. It is following the trend of Batman and Spiderman as yet another prequel movie telling the story of the early years, much in the way of…
Chris Evans’ transformation is very much like that of Christian Bale for Batman and Chris Hemsowrth for Thor. There are no easy tricks to pile on this much muscle. It is a long process that requires many hours in the gym working out with highly skilled trainers and perfect nutrition to provide the right balance of carbohydrates, proteins and other nutrients to maximize muscle development.
Chris Hemsworth transformed himself from a tall, almost lanky chap into a Nordic God to play Thor. His workouts were varied and intensive and his diet ensured that his muscles were fed with all the proteins and sugars that they needed for maximum growth. Chris admitted that he was surprised at the amount of food that was needed to bulk up.