Chris Evans Workout Plan for Captain America and The Avengers

After staring in the The Avengers, Chris Evans knew it was time to take his physique to another level.  He had a responsibility to uphold being blessed to play a role as big as Captain America (leader of The Avengers).  Having to compete with a Norse God and a gamma-ray fed Hulk, Chris Evans had to do something special to stand out.

To get the look he wanted, the naturally slim Chris Evans added size and muscle to his frame by performing numerous exercises so that he was't just muscular, but also agile and fast.

Doing high weight and low reps allowed him to bulk up enough to play the role of America's first Avenger.  It was a lot of weight training, but the Chris Evans Supplements helped him add the muscle he needed.

“I worked out every muscle.  Even my ankles and toes got stronger,” Evans joked about when asked about his training.  “We would just destroy which ever muscles we were working that day.  I'd would change up the grips and angles each time too to hit another location of the same muscle. But these supplements. Wow. The technology that is available these days is just insane. I literally felt stronger every single workout.”

Evans didn't believe in much cardio either.  He thought it would take away from the body he built.  He would substitute cardio with circuits.  “You do cardio to lose weight and I needed to gain and build muscle.  I didn't think it would make sense.  Sometimes I would do a sprint or fast jog just to keep my muscles warm, but that was about it.”

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CHRIS EVANS WORKOUT PLAN

Day 1: Chest/ Shoulders

Standing Military Press
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Barbell Incline Bench Press  (Med-Grip)
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Kettlebell Thruster
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Barbell Bench Press (Close- Grip)
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Incline Push-Up
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Standing Military Press
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Push-Ups
2 Sets x 5 Reps

Day 2: Biceps/ Triceps

Weighted Bench Dip
3 Sets x 8 Reps

One-Arm Kettlebell Row
3 Sets x 8 Reps

Incline Hammer Curls
3 Sets x 8 Reps

Overhead Cable Curl
3 Sets x 8 Reps

Incline Inner Bicep Curl
3 Sets x 8 Reps

EZ Bar Curl
3 Sets x 8 Reps

Day 3: Legs/Back

Barbell Squat
1 Set x 10 Reps

Front Box Jump
2 Sets x 10 Reps

Barbell Deadlift
2 Sets x 10 Reps

Chin-Ups
2 Sets x 10 Reps

One-Arm Kettlebell Swings
2 Sets x 10 Reps

Kettlebell Sumo High Pull
2 Sets x 10 Reps

Pullups
2 Sets x 10 Reps


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