You all have noticed the Dark Knight in the DC Universe action flick, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” The first thing you have observed about the Caped Crusader is that he has gotten bigger in shape and size. Moreover, he has become meaner, tougher, and more aggressive than before, someone who is willing to challenge and take on the Man of Steel. The man playing Batman, Ben Affleck, certainly did justice to his role by putting on 24 lbs in only 4 months. Here we share how “The Town” actor got ready for the role.
You know Serena Jameka Williams (DOB: September 26, 1981) as one of the greatest professional tennis players of all time. With 23 Grand Slam singles titles to her name, Serena is at the top of modern day women’s tennis. However, you might not know that her genetics combined with the strict workout and diet regimen she follows helps in strengthening her legs, arms, and butt, keeping her body fat levels low, and improving her athletic performance.
Surely you remember John Burke Krasinski, the sweet-faced actor from the popular television comedy show “The Office,” in which he portrayed the role of Jim Halpert that earned him critical acclaim. However, when he played a Navy Seal in the 2016-movie “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” he appeared every bit as buffed as you would expect a warrior to be. Here we share his workout and diet secrets that helped him get ripped for the action flick.
Kevin Darnell Hart (DOB: July 6, 1979), known as the fast-talking king of comedy, is one of the funniest American actors today. However, people might not know that he is a fitness freak and his body is as ripped as an athlete’s or a gymnast’s. The Real Husbands of Hollywood star takes part in health events where he motivates people to go to the gym and train hard. He has even shared his workout and diet secrets.
The Canadian actor Ryan Rodney Reynolds (DOB: 23 October 1976) is known for starring in popular action flicks such as Blade: Trinity, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Deadpool, and Green Lantern. However, the most remarkable feature in these movies was perhaps his incredibly sculpted physique. It was so defined that even today people search for his workout and diet regimen. Here we focus on how the 40-year-old actor managed to get ripped in a short span of time.
Chris Hemsworth (DOB: 11 August 1983) is perhaps the only actor in recent memory who has successfully changed his body thrice within a span of 2 years for Thor, The Avengers, Rush, and Thor: The Dark World. The 33-year-old star bulked up for The Avengers, then lost weight to play Formula-1 world champion James Hunt in Rush, and again got into a Norse god-like shape for “Thor: The Dark World.” Here, we share how the Australian action hero managed to make this sudden transformation.
Thomas Cruise Mapother IV aka Tom Cruise (DOB: July 3, 1962) is an acclaimed American actor who has not just won three Golden Globes but has also been nominated for the Oscars thrice. Famous for performing death-defying stunts, the 54-year-old actor always stays in amazing shape to play his roles in sci-fi thrillers and action flicks. To keep himself in peak condition, Cruise focuses on weight training, as well as on regular gyming, treadmill running, and fencing.
Adrian Lewis Peterson (DOB: March 21, 1985) is a famous American NFL star who plays as the running back for the Minnesota Vikings. He is a star athlete, who showed his promise while playing college football for the University of Oklahoma. His 40-yard dash time was recorded as 4.4 seconds, which is better than the average duration taken by a running back.
Christopher Robert Evans (DOB: June 13, 1981) or Chris Evans is an American actor best known for superhero roles as Captain America and Johnny Storm. To don a superhero look, the talented actor trained hard in the gym, which made him stronger and fitter. After the grand success of the 2012-film The Avengers, Evans’ physique reached new heights as he geared up for his next outings as Captain America in the Winter Soldier and Civil War.
Tom Hardy is known for the alpha male roles that he has donned over the years, and a lot of that has come because of his stone-carved body. He has bulked up for roles like Charles Bronson in Bronson and Bane in The Dark Knight Rises and has got ripped for roles like Tommy Conlon in Warrior.