Ryan Rodney Reynolds also known as “Ryan Reynolds” (born October 23, 1976) is a Canadian film and television actor. Ryan is very conscious about his health. His trainer Bobby Storm has been training him since eight years. Ryan has natural lean body and muscles which suits him and his six packs are very famous. He doesn’t have any strict workout routine because of his busy schedule but he hit the gym 3-4 days in a week. He gained 20 pounds of muscles during “Blade: Trinity”. Lets take a look at his workout routine.

Height: 6′ 2″

Weight: 225 pounds

 

Ryan admit that he was pretty unhealthy during his “Van Wilder” days but when he was signed for “Blade: Trinity” he got serious about his health. He started following hard workout routine suggested by his trainer and in result he gained 20 pounds of muscles which were perfect for the comic hero.  His workouts are based on cardio exercises and abdominal exercises. He doesn’t lift heavy weights because he wants to look lean but in shape. Lets take a look at exercises he followed during his “Blade: Trinity” days.

 

Monday: Chest

  • Gironda Neck Press: 5 sets x 10reps
  • Incine DB Press: 3 sets x 12reps
  • Narrow Grip Bench Press: 3 sets x 15reps
  • Cable Fly Low Pulley: 3 sets x 10reps
  • Cable Fly High Pulley: 3 sets x 10reps

Tuesday: Back

  • Wide Grip Pull-ups: 3 sets x 15reps
  • Reverse Grip Cable Pull-down: 3 sets
  • Seated Cable Row: 3 sets x 10reps
  • Chin-ups: 3 sets x 15reps

Wednesday: Arms and Legs

  • Cardio exercises
  • Dumbbells
  • Squats
  • 20-30min Treadmill running
  • Dips

Thrusday: Rest Day

Friday: Shoulders

  • Military Press: 3 sets x 15reps
  • Seated DB Military Press: 3 sets x 15reps
  • Side Lateral Raise: 3 sets x 10reps
  • Front Lateral Raise: 3 sets x 10reps

Saturday: Rest Day

Sunday: Cardio exercises

 

Also See: Ryan Reynolds Diet

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