Harrison Fords Workout Plan for Indiana Jones and Star Wars

It's never to late to reprise a famous role such as Indiana Jones or Hon Solo, and for Harrison Ford, his fans were literally begging for it.

Harrison is part of a group of aging action hero's that are past their price, but still insanely popular.  Bruce Willis was 52 when he played John McCain in Live Free or Die Hard, Arnold Schwarzenegger was 67 in Terminator: Genisys, and Sylvester Stallone was 62 when he filmed the last Rambo IV.

The trend of older Hollywood Action Stars has no end in sight.  Each of these legends was able to pull off dangerous stunts and twisted plots making movies.

When directors came to Harrison Ford with the ideas of the films, Harrison made it clear he was going to perform his own stunts.  The last time he filmed an action packed movie like Indiana Jones was 18 years ago, but he still feels young enough and fit enough to be able to pull them off.  Let's be real, if anyone can pull it off, it's Harrison Ford.

In order to prepare for the  Ford really put an emphasis on his protein intake.  Protein is the building blocks of muscle so it only made sense to increase the amount of that specific nutrient.  And when nutrients couldn't get the job done, Harrison Ford Supplements were there to help in recovery and quicken the process of protein synthesis.




Barbell Front Raise:

4 Sets x 20 Reps

Dumbbell Burpees
4 Sets x 20 Reps

Farmers Walk
3 Sets 
(1 Set is equal to walking length of gym floor and back again)

Wide Grip Pull-ups
4 Sets x  8 Reps

Bear Crawl Sled Pull
3 Reps
(1 Set is equal to crawling on all fours length of gym floor)

Close Grip Pulldowns
5 Sets x 5 Reps

Front Squats
4 Sets x 20 Reps

Hanging Knee Raises
4 Sets x 25 Reps

Weighted Step Ups
4 Sets x 20 Reps

One Arm Cable Rows
5 Sets x 5 Reps

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