Chris Evans Workout

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    Jul 27, 2012 8:31 PM GMT
    So, I was just looking at workout plans and this came up as one of them. He used this program for the movie, "The Avengers", and played as Captain America.

    The results are:

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    I looked at the workout( http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/avengers-workouts-a-heros-journey.html ) and it looks super intense!!, I was thinking about doing the program with an additional 30 minutes of cardio after and also doing cardio on the off days.

    What do you guys think?
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    Jul 27, 2012 8:34 PM GMT
    Chris Evans played Captain America. Chris Hemsworth played Thor. icon_wink.gif

    Anyway, I tend not to put that much emphasis on these "celebrity workout routines" since they don't account for the fact that these guys probably have trainers, nutritionists, and just people in general around them 24/7 to whip their body into shape. Coupled with a dozen supplements...
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    Jul 27, 2012 8:42 PM GMT
    IceBucket saidChris Evans played Captain America. Chris Hemsworth played Thor. icon_wink.gif

    Anyway, I tend not to put that much emphasis on these "celebrity workout routines" since they don't account for the fact that these guys probably have trainers, nutritionists, and just people in general around them 24/7 to whip their body into shape. Coupled with a dozen supplements...


    Thanks, fixed icon_redface.gif

    He took like 4 different supplements they said on the website. I still might do the program regardless of the supplements, working out is working out.

    I'm still just looking for a decent intense program.
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    Jul 27, 2012 8:45 PM GMT
    IceBucket saidChris Evans played Captain America. Chris Hemsworth played Thor. icon_wink.gif

    Anyway, I tend not to put that much emphasis on these "celebrity workout routines" since they don't account for the fact that these guys probably have trainers, nutritionists, and just people in general around them 24/7 to whip their body into shape. Coupled with a dozen supplements...
    This is why I can hardly wait to get back to Miami. Almost everyone I know there is big into fitness, so it's much easier to stay in shape there than it is here in chimichangaville.
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    Jul 27, 2012 9:34 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    IceBucket saidChris Evans played Captain America. Chris Hemsworth played Thor. icon_wink.gif

    Anyway, I tend not to put that much emphasis on these "celebrity workout routines" since they don't account for the fact that these guys probably have trainers, nutritionists, and just people in general around them 24/7 to whip their body into shape. Coupled with a dozen supplements...
    This is why I can hardly wait to get back to Miami. Almost everyone I know there is big into fitness, so it's much easier to stay in shape there than it is here in chimichangaville.

    ...trainers and nutritionists that are paid for. icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 28, 2012 12:41 AM GMT
    Is it an intense, demanding workout? Then just effing do it! Unless you're at risk for a heart attack, why ask a million questions? If it seems interesting to you, just farking do it. Jeez. You aren't going to get less healthy.
    P.S. Chris Evans makes me swallow my gum.
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    Jul 28, 2012 1:07 AM GMT
    GWriter saidIs it an intense, demanding workout? Then just effing do it! Unless you're at risk for a heart attack, why ask a million questions? If it seems interesting to you, just farking do it. Jeez. You aren't going to get less healthy.
    P.S. Chris Evans makes me swallow my gum.


    What's stuck up your ass today? This is a "discussion board", where you talk about similar interests. I was just asking a simple question in the right section of the forums. If you have nothing good to say, don't.
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    Jul 28, 2012 1:36 AM GMT
    Didn't they really just digitally paste his head on another guy's body throughout the entire movie?
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    Jul 28, 2012 1:40 AM GMT
    GWriter saidIs it an intense, demanding workout? Then just effing do it! Unless you're at risk for a heart attack, why ask a million questions? If it seems interesting to you, just farking do it. Jeez. You aren't going to get less healthy.
    P.S. Chris Evans makes me swallow my gum.




    Please shut the fuck up you 90 year old fugly white trash :-)
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    Jul 28, 2012 1:42 AM GMT
    there is barely any information on there to follow. It essential says to work out each body party once a week.
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    Jul 28, 2012 1:50 AM GMT
    I do so many of the same exercises. Why don't I look anything like these celebs? (No need to answer my question. We all know why.) icon_redface.gif
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    Jul 28, 2012 1:53 AM GMT
    Buppi saidSo, I was just looking at workout plans and this came up as one of them. He used this program for the movie, "The Avengers", and played as Captain America.

    The results are:

    chris-evans-workout.jpg


    He did look awesome. Do you think he managed it without chemical assistance? I hope so. Just wondering.
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    Jul 28, 2012 2:26 AM GMT
    I would just do the workout in the hot-tub in the movie Fantastic 4
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    Jul 28, 2012 4:40 AM GMT
    WeFoundLove said
    GWriter saidIs it an intense, demanding workout? Then just effing do it! Unless you're at risk for a heart attack, why ask a million questions? If it seems interesting to you, just farking do it. Jeez. You aren't going to get less healthy.
    P.S. Chris Evans makes me swallow my gum.




    Please shut the fuck up you 90 year old fugly white trash :-)


    That was actually intense icon_eek.gif
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    Jul 28, 2012 4:43 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    IceBucket saidChris Evans played Captain America. Chris Hemsworth played Thor. icon_wink.gif

    Anyway, I tend not to put that much emphasis on these "celebrity workout routines" since they don't account for the fact that these guys probably have trainers, nutritionists, and just people in general around them 24/7 to whip their body into shape. Coupled with a dozen supplements...
    This is why I can hardly wait to get back to Miami. Almost everyone I know there is big into fitness, so it's much easier to stay in shape there than it is here in chimichangaville.


    Thats 1 big reason why I love south florida because they take fitness seriously. All that muscle down there how can you not stay motivated. Im so ready to move down there.
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    Jul 28, 2012 5:26 AM GMT
    Elusium saidDidn't they really just digitally paste his head on another guy's body throughout the entire movie?


    I think he did that for the first part of the Captain America, where the character is suppose to have much smaller and thinner profile until he goes through some kind of experiment to make him big and strong.
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    Jul 28, 2012 5:41 AM GMT
    It's basically the traditional push-pull split (the split that I've been using for the past 3 months). I'm probably going to stick with that split until I plateau.
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    Jul 28, 2012 5:53 AM GMT
    I did the Chris Hemsworth Thor workout from that same article and got really good results. It incorporated a lot of push-ups and paired biceps with chest and I could see a difference in my arms after doing it for a few weeks.
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    Jul 28, 2012 6:20 AM GMT
    I have a hard time with taking that many rest days...but then again I hate rest days lol
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    Jul 28, 2012 8:43 AM GMT
    WeFoundLove said
    GWriter saidIs it an intense, demanding workout? Then just effing do it! Unless you're at risk for a heart attack, why ask a million questions? If it seems interesting to you, just farking do it. Jeez. You aren't going to get less healthy.
    P.S. Chris Evans makes me swallow my gum.




    Please shut the fuck up you 90 year old fugly white trash :-)


    I took that statement as a joke or hope it was -agree wholeheartedly just do it guys come on here with the most inane questions
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    Jul 28, 2012 8:50 AM GMT
    Chris Hemsworth is 6'5/195. My last roommate was a half foot shorter, weighed the same, and put it this way- I have pics of his behind in snug shorts on my phone from when I got plastered on tequila and watched him wrestle my other roommate, that I don't plan on deleting anytime soon. icon_twisted.gif I'd pass on that one.
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    Jul 28, 2012 10:34 AM GMT
    Good physique come with a good combination of exercises and diet. And also there are many techniques to manipulate pictures. Cinema, portfolios are not real. Any way you can go to sixpackshortcuts.com. I think it will definetely help you.
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    Jul 28, 2012 5:36 PM GMT
    Ok, so my first reply was a little harsh. (Too many guys ask a bunch of silly questions because they just want to the delay the hard work of actually going to the gym and breaking a sweat!)

    I looked at the Chris Evans workout and it has at least one major flaw. Working your legs on day 2, and then hitting legs again two days later is ridiculous.
    A. If your workout was intense, your legs will be extremely sore and it's very hard to effectively work a muscle group that is sore.
    B. They are sore because the hypertrophy process is still underway and it would be counterproductive to interfere with it by training legs again so soon.

    Btw, every good periodization scheme should include squats and deadlifts, which must be done correctly. Fortunately, there are good video instructions.

    Go here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kawBY5p29fQ

    And here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX8jgCFXYTU

    Good luck.
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    Jul 28, 2012 5:46 PM GMT
    GWriter saidOk, so my first reply was a little harsh. (Too many guys ask a bunch of silly questions because they just want to the delay the hard work of actually going to the gym and breaking a sweat!)

    I looked at the Chris Evans workout and it has at least one major flaw. Working your legs on day 2, and then hitting legs again two days later is ridiculous.
    A. If your workout was intense, your legs will be extremely sore and it's very hard to effectively work a muscle group that is sore.
    B. They are sore because the hypertrophy process is still underway and it would be counterproductive to interfere with by training legs again so soon.

    Btw, every good periodization scheme should include squats and deadlifts, which must be done correctly. Fortunately, there are good video instructions.

    Go here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kawBY5p29fQ

    And here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX8jgCFXYTU

    Good luck.
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    Working out a muscle group more frequently will prevent soreness. Certain routines like starting strength and I think strongman 5x5 have you hitting legs 3 times a week.
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    Jul 28, 2012 5:51 PM GMT
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    GWriter saidOk, so my first reply was a little harsh. (Too many guys ask a bunch of silly questions because they just want to the delay the hard work of actually going to the gym and breaking a sweat!)

    I looked at the Chris Evans workout and it has at least one major flaw. Working your legs on day 2, and then hitting legs again two days later is ridiculous.
    A. If your workout was intense, your legs will be extremely sore and it's very hard to effectively work a muscle group that is sore.
    B. They are sore because the hypertrophy process is still underway and it would be counterproductive to interfere with by training legs again so soon.

    Btw, every good periodization scheme should include squats and deadlifts, which must be done correctly. Fortunately, there are good video instructions.

    Go here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kawBY5p29fQ

    And here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX8jgCFXYTU

    Good luck.
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    Working out a muscle group more frequently will prevent soreness. Certain routines like starting strength and I think strongman 5x5 have you hitting legs 3 times a week.


    That's only true for low-rep schemes. Olympic and power lifters will train the same lift for days in a row, but they are only doing double and triples.
    Rippetoe (who is good on technique, but loathes bodybuilding and bodybuilders) only wants to train people for strength, so he advocates 5 reps max. With that, you can train more often. Most guys here are into gaining muscle size (including, I assume, the OP). You need higher reps for that, which leads to more soreness, which requires more rest in between workouts.