Brad Pitt Workout Plan

Brad Pitt jacked physique first gained notoriety when he ripped off his shirt off to beast the ass of his alter ego during the movie Fight Club. Tyler Durden became one of the most infamous movie roles in modern history. Pitt displayed an ultra chiseled physique that was jaw-dropping and during promotional interviews for the movie, the mega-star claimed his body fat percentages were as low as 4-5 percent and he weight approx. 150-155 pounds. Men and women everywhere went nuts. Let's be real, Pitt was f*cking shredded in Fight Club.

Again, a few years later “Bradford,” whom his close and personal friends like to refer him as, impressed us even further when he played “Mikey the Pikey” in Guy Ritchie's movie Snatch Brad had put on some serious muscle, what looked like around 15 pounds, which we all know is no easy feat. It immediately got us thinking, how does he add size so quickly?

Pitt most impressive role (physical prowess) came in the epic movie Troy, where he played the Ancient Greece's greatest warrior Achilles. But still the question loomed, how did Brad Pitt, who was never really known as a buff action star transform his body into one of the world's most admired physiques?

Well the answer is relatively easy: with the aid of fitness and Brad Pitt Supplements – a potent muscle stack that hollywood stars use to bulk up for roles when they don't have much time. Coupled with an effective training regimen and supplemented that with a sound nutritional program, Brad Pitt became a beast.

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BRAD PITT WORKOUT PLAN

Day 1: Chest

Pushups
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Smith Machine Bench Press
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Smith Machine Incline Bench Press
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Butterfly
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Day 2: Back

Pushups
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Seated Cable Rows
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Wide-Grip Lat Pulldown
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Lying T-Bar
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Day 3: Shoulders

Arnold Dumbbell Press
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Side Lateral Raise
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Front Dumbbell Raise
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Day 4: Biceps/ Triceps

Barbell Curl
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Standing Biceps Cable Curl
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Hammer Curls
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Triceps Pushdown
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Day 5: Cardio

Jogging/ Treadmill
45 minutes

Day 6: Legs

Leg Extensions
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Seated Leg Curl
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Barbell Squat
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

Standing Calf Raises
3-5 Sets x 8-15 Reps

 


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