Mario Lopez Workout Plan

For every childhood star like Mario Lopez, there are hundreds of actors and actresses that never make the silver screen.  What helped Mario standout was taking risks in TV movies, reality shows, and fitness videos.  Through the ups and downs there was always one constant.  He never lost that “wrestlers body,” from Save by the Bell that made him a young star. As time went on his body and career molded as one.

Along side a perfectly muscular chiseled body came limitless confidence. Taking his place in front of the lens of the camera, Mario Lopez is able live and work the celebrity life.  Fitness was a lifestyle which turned into his claim to fame.

He really is an instrument of fitness. His body is perfectly proportionate and symmetrical. When we asked him what is he thankful for he responded his parents. They always made him play outside and signed him up for sports. He was never one to just sit down and watch TV.  His parents encouraged being active.

As a father he wants his kids to use their imaginations and be competitive.  “My favorite part about growing up were the pick up games and competition with her kids.”  As for for their diets he says, “What do you mean diet? They’re kids.  I just want them to eat and will go from there.”

What about what Mario Lopez takes? He stacks two supplements together along with a strict diet and goes hard at the gym  It’s thats simple.  It’s that easy.

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MARIO LOPEZ WORKOUT PLAN

Day 1: SHOULDER/ARMS/ABS/CARDIO

SuperSet:
Upright Barbell Row
1 Set x 6 Reps
with
Power Clean
1 Set x 6 Reps

SuperSet:
Romanian Deadlift
1 Set x 6 Reps
with
Romanian Deadlife
1 Set x 6 Reps

Giantset (Complete 4 Rounds with 30 Seconds of rest in between)
Front Dumbbell Raise
1 Set x 10 Reps
with
Arnold Dumbbell Press
1 Set x 10 Reps
with
Side Lateral Raise
1 Set x 10 Reps

Reverse Flyes
1 Set x 10 Reps

Hammer Curls
4 Sets x 10 Reps (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Crunches
4 Sets x Failure (30 seconds rest in between sets)

Hanging Leg Raise
4 Sets x Failure (30 seconds rest in between sets)

Running, Tredmill
30 minutes (3.5 miles at 7mph)

Day 2: Back/Cardio

Barbell Deadlift
4 Sets x 10, 8, 6, 4 (30 seconds rest in between sets)

Wide-Grip Pullups
4 Sets x 10,8,6,4 (30 seconds rest in between sets)

Rocky Pullups/Pulldowns
4 Sets x 15 Reps (30 seconds rest in between sets)

Giant set(Complete 4 Rounds with 30 Seconds of rest in between)
Side to Side Chins
1 Set x 6 Reps Right, 1 Set x 6 Reps Left, 1 Set x 6 Reps Middle
with
Reverse Grip Bent- Over Rows
1 Set x 10 Reps
with
Smith Machine Bent Over Row
1 Set x 10 Reps

Seated Cable Rows
4 Sets x 10 Reps (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Running Tredmill
30 minutes (3.5 miles at 7.5mph)

Day 3: Cardio

Running Tredmill
45 minutes (5 miles at 7.5mph)

Day 4: OFF
Day 5: LEGS/TRICEPS/ABS/CARDIO

Barbell Squat
4 Sets x 10, 8, 6, 4 (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

SuperSet: (Complete 4 Rounds with 30 Seconds of rest in between)
Leg Press
1 Set x 10 Reps
with
Standing Calf Raises
1 Set x 12 reps

Hack Squat
4 Sets x 10 Reps (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Close-Grip Barbell Bench Press
4 Sets x 10,8,6,4 (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Leg Extensions
4 Sets x 10 Reps (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Crunches
4 sets x Failure (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Hanging Leg Raises
4 sets x Failure (30 seconds of rest in between sets)

Running, Tredmill
30 minutes (3.5 miles at 7mph)

Day 6: Cardio

Running, Tredmill
30 minutes (3.5 miles at 7mph)

Day 7: Cardio or Optional Day Off

Running, Tredmill
30 minutes (3.5 miles at 7mph)


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