Kellan Lutz Workout and Diet Secret




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Kellan Lutz Workout routine and Diet 
Kellan Lutz fitness secret and abs workout and exercise

Kellan Lutz Workout and Diet. Kellan Christopher Lutz ( Kellan Lutz ) was born on March 15, 1985 is an American fashion model and actor for television and films, who is best known for playing role in the Twilight. Lutz actually wasn’t too well known before the Twilight series and had only appeared in a few tv series and film roles. He is 6′ 1″ in height and having weight about 79 kg. 







Kellan spent a lot of time working outside of the gym by swimming and hiking. He also enjoys activities such as skateboarding, weight training, track, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, swimming, tennis, racquetball, badminton, snow skiing, snowboarding, dance, and numerous other activities. Also he uses best fitness machines in gym. Let us look at his workout plan.


Workout and Fitness Equipment





Kellan Lutz workout starts with at least five minutes of cardio and then he follows that with some core work. He pay strict attention to his body because how he looks will directly effect his success, but he has a great build for many movie roles as well. He also follow  core workout such as crunches, situps, or planks. Lutz is not big on following a specific routine at all and likes to mix things up as much as possible. He loves to do workout on fitness ropes.




  • Reverse Crunches: 20 reps
  • V-Up: 20 reps
  • Barbell Front Squat to Press: 12 reps
  • Pushups: 12 reps
  • Incline Barbell Press: 12 reps
  • Explosive Pushups: 12 reps
  • Dumbbell Lunge: 12 reps
  • Goblet Squat: 12 reps


Diet and Supplement






He follows balanced diet plan. He eats small meals every 2-3 hours. He never skips Breakfast. He never gets hungry, which prevents him from overeating. he eats a hard boiled egg before bed each night to curb hunger and keep a steady stream of protein to his muscles all night long. Like above, this meal keeps his metabolism running, while providing his body with protein. Oatmeal is really cheap, very filling, has protein and very slow digesting carbs, and is an all around awesome food to eat while lifting weights, mix in some milk which almost everyone has, even if you have a low food budget and you have all your amino acids as well.

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