Kit Harington Workout routine and Diet plan

Kit Harington Kit Harington is an English actor best known for playing the role of Jon Snow in the Game of Thrones Series. He is also known for Pompeii, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D and How to Train Your Dragon 2. Kit Harington achieved his buff body and killer abs with hard workouts and diet plan for the movie Pompeii and Game of Thrones Series. According to Kit, "There's a huge difference between stage fighting and real sword fighting." For the movie Pompeii he was first supposed to gain weight by eating tremendous foods and then shed the weight with hard workouts. Let us look at Kit Harington's training regimen. 

Height: 5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
Weight: 77 kg or 170 pounds
Chest: 43 inches
Biceps: 14 inches
Waist: 31 inches

Kit Harington Workout routine

He workout 6 days in a week to get a ripped physique. Kit gives 70 percent importance to diet and 30 percent to exercises. For preparing the role he hits the gym 3 times a day, 6 days a week for 4 months. He follows 4 hours of workouts - 2 hours of fight training with weapons, an hour of weight lifting, an hour of cardio. His regimen includes strength moves with mobility exercises for a full body session that stretches your muscles while building them. His personal trainer kept changing the workouts meant to teach him stunt training to make sure that his body didn’t develop fitness plateau with the kind of training regime. Below is the Kit Harington's Muscle Building Workout.

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Kit Harington

Chest dip: 3 sets of 8-10 reps
Dead-lift (Wide Grip): 3 sets of 6-8 reps
Pull-up: 3 sets of 8-10 reps
Press-up: Till failure
Split-stance cable row: 3 sets of 12-15 reps
Incline press: 3 sets of 8-12 reps
Shoulder 'W': 3 sets of 10 reps
Cobra pose: 3 sets of 3 reps
Zercher squat: 3 sets of 6-8 reps

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Kit Harington

Kit Harington Diet plan

Diet is the most important part as Kit gives 70 percent importance to diet and 30 percent to workout. He was eating all the time:loads of good carbs, like brown rice, sweet potatoes and lots of chicken for gaining weight and then shed the weight with 1,800-calorie diet that is designed specifically for the bodies to be attuned to lose fat and pop out muscles. His diet had 45 percent of carbs, 33 percent of proteins, and 20 percent of fats. In addition to that, he was asked to consume casein protein, magnesium glycinate, fish oils etc. on daily basis. Your most powerful weapon is your fast metabolism, so use it to cut body fat and uncover definition, rather than trying to pack on huge slabs of muscle. It’s not only a shorter war, it’s one you can win. 

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