Paul Walker Workout Routine and Diet Plan
Paul William Walker (born 12 September, 1973) also known as Paul Walker is an American actor. He is one of the finest actor in Hollywood, he did great job in “Varsity Blues”, “Fast and Furious” and in many more movies. Paul Walker is one of the guys in Hollywood, who has maintained his body ever since he built. What many people do not know is that the cop turned racer from the Fast and Furious franchise was skinny before he built his body for Into The Blue. Needless to say he has maintained a consistently lean body throughout. Lets see how he stay fit and healthy.
Height: 6′ 1″
Weight: 190 pounds
Paul Walker Workout Routine
- From skinny to mascular – Being skinny is not easy and to become muscular from there, Paul had to put in a lot of work. He lifted weights and also took creatine (nitrogenous organic acid), with which he went up to 205 lbs. He suggests that it is better to do a progressive overload body workout and then do a split workout for chest, triceps, shoulders, back, biceps and legs.
- Martial arts – Paul is famous for making extensive use of martial arts to train for his movies. It increases his flexibility and endurance to higher limits and helps him stay alert. It also strips unnecessary fat while giving him speed, balance and co-ordination. Karate, Aikido, Judo, Jujitsu and Kung Fu are some of the martial arts he usually performs.
- Mix up different sports – Paul says he never needed a nutritionist or personal trainer because he believed in getting out from there and playing sports. He plays basketball, goes out for surfing, volleyball, skating, etc., and according to him it is the finest way to live. The actor also does scuba diving and mountain biking.
- Jailhouse workout – Walker starts his workout with fifteen minutes cardio. Then he does circuits, generally moves-press-ups, lunges, squats, etc. He believes that there is nothing better than compound and natural exercises.
Paul Walker Diet Plan
- Looking up to mother – It was Paul’s mother who set the benchmark in his house as far as healthy eating was concerned right from his childhood. More often, it is the eating habits as a child that helps you or goes against you in building your body. He says that his mom was all the time cautious regarding his diet and he too learnt to eat healthy foods from his mother and basically he eats lean.
- Avoid the vices – Paul avoided certain food items, which he believed, were enough to make him to gain some weight. He used to stay away from beans, grains, potatoes and other foods which contained processed sugar or salt. These food items are inedible due to presence of some toxins. Keeping this in mind can go a long way in keeping you healthy and helping you build a body that is lean and flexible.
- Paleo diet – Paul follows a paleolithic diet (also known as caveman diet), which means he eats mostly veggies, nuts and meats-a very primitive but healthy diet and yet natural. Paul says that this kind of a diet allows him to eat lots of food. It gives him the energy that he needs for workouts and also permits to burn calories as well.