Ryan Reynolds workouts and diet

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Ryan Reynolds workouts routine and diet plan
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    Ryan Reynolds workouts routine has become famous because of how ripped Ryan Reynolds is in all of his films. The rock hard abs, shapely pectorals, as well as every other inch of his body.
    Ryan Reynolds is solid as a rock, and reveals to the world his celebrity workout routine that gets the ladies drooling. Take a look at the videos below to get a better idea of how he pulls it off. 
    Not only did he gain 20 solid pounds of muscle, but shed his body fat from 11% to just 3%. So how did he do it? What were his workout secrets? What kind of diet regimen did he follow? In Ryan Reynolds very own words he explains his tips for sculpting his six-pack and putting on some serious mass in the five months before shooting.



    One day might have been 70% abs work, then some leg work or upper body work. He’d work with dumbbells or on his core strength.
    By working opposing muscles from day to day, the workouts complemented each other. They flowed.
    We’d do legs one day, no legs the next. Abs one day, then no abs or minimal abs the next day. One muscle group would recuperate while we engaged other muscles.
    • ABS
    Contrary to common practice, Reynolds did his ab exercise first before he lifted the iron. He found that it was more helpful in getting himself motivated.  Damn, he did between 500 and 1000 sit-ups.  Reynolds confessed that lower abs are the hardest muscle to develop. What he did was to use exercise ball between his legs and then lifted the ball up and down, using his abs to anchor himself.  The other abs exercise he did is to put a 15 pound dumb-bell between his feet, and did leg raises while lying on the ground.

    • Lift Heavy Weight
    He lifted heavy weight to build the mass. Therefore, it is the typical 8 to 12 repetitions per set.
    • 6 days Weekly and One Muscle 1 Day
    He trained six days a week and he dedicated a day for only one muscle. So, he has one day for chest, back, shoulder, leg and arms.


    • Breakfast 2 eggs, some "good" fat like a spoon of almond butter or slice of avocado, and 1 cup of oatmeal with applesauce
    • Morning snack protein bar
    • Lunch albacore tuna wrap or chicken and salad
    • Afternoon snack protein shake (whey and water), protein bar, or apple and almonds
    • Dinner broiled fish or chicken, brown rice, vegetables, and salad
    • Evening Snack protein shake 
    • Take Supplement
      Reynolds took creatine , L-glutamine, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), whey, and multivitamin.

    • Eat More Smaller Meals
      As Reynold had to gain mass, instead of eating three big meals every day, he ate more than 6 smaller portion every 2 to 3 hours. By doing this, he was feeding his body with just enough food and not storing fat.

    While eating a protein/carb mix every 2 hours all day, I'd wind up having about 8 - 10 "tiny" meals instead of 3 big meals over the course of a day. This is by the far the most important thing to do in order to add lean, solid mass. No carbs at night, but plenty during the day. This kind of diet kept my blood sugar even and gave me the requisite energy needed for the physicality of the role.

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