The Voice star, Blake Shelton caught everyone's attention with his massive weight loss in 2015. After he divorced Miranda Kerr, Blake came to the public eye with 30 pounds less, which he attributes to the stressful period that he went through after his separation.
Blake made his debut in music in 2001 with the single “Austin” which spent five weeks as number one on the Billboard Hot Country Song Chart. Overall, as a singer, he had so far charted 31 country singles, including 21 number ones, 16 of which were consecutive.
Shelton also became even more famous for his judge roles in singing competitions as Nashville Stars, Clash of Choirs and more recently – The Voice. Being so much of fan's attention, Blake got everyone used with his chubby look. Therefore, his new physique absolutely stunned everyone.
We talked with him and we found out that apart from his stressful period when he didn't eat too much, he also trained a lot and used Blake Shelton Supplements which helped him lose weight faster. “I really just stopped eating a little bit. I didn't really think about it, and so now I feel like that happened so long ago. I lost some weight and now I'm like, ‘How did I do that? I need to do that again”, Blake says.
BLAKE SHELTON WORKOUT PLAN:
Monday: Chest, Abs and Biceps
Bodyweight Push Ups(chest)
Close grip static hold Pull- ups(biceps)
Exercise One: Barbell Bench Press
Exercise two: Barbell Row
Exercise three: Weighted Ab Machine
Exercise Four: Standing Db Bicep Curls
Wednesday: Anabolic Legs and Abs
Exercise One: Barbell Squat
Exercise two: DB walking lunges
Exercise three: wall sits until failure
Exercise Four: stiff leg dead lift
Exercise Five: Leg extension
Exercise Six: Prone Leg Curl
Exercise Seven: Weighted Abdominal Plank Holds
Exercise Eight: rope crunches
Friday: HIIT Intervals
Exercise One: Sprint Intervals
Exercise Two: Leap Ups
Exercise three: Burpees
Exercise Four: kettle bell circuit training
Sunday: Full Body Compound
Exercise One: Barbell incline bench press
Exercise Two: Barbell Deadlift
Exercise three: wide grip pull up
Exercise four: Db 1 arm row
Exercise five: Barbell Front squat
Exercise six: Weighted Abdominal crunches