xrichx saidNaw. It's all creatine and Muscle Milk, right?
...All jokes aside they still had to put some type of work in at the gym.
Yeah, of course they did, some more than others.
But, all jokes aside, here's the thing about people working with mega-dollar contracts on the line:
1: They're going to have personal trainers who evaluate a) where the individual actor is in his training now and b) what he needs to do to achieve the desired role physique goal by shoot time.
2: Along with above personal trainer, they're also going to have a dietician who will work very closely with the trainer, possibly preparing all the meals the actor requires while prepping for the roll and during the actual film shoot.
The point being that the program the actor goes through to prep for a role is something custom designed for them by a professional that may have very little benefit to your average gym-going guy. Of course it *could* have some benefit (motivation, for example) and, for sure, doing most anything is better than doing nothing. But anyone who looks at one of these celeb workouts and thinks "gee if I do *that* I'll look like *him*" just isn't thinking clearly. Yeah, sure, if you're starting from the same point and have the same genetics and eat the same meals, etc., etc. If not, well, yeah, something will happen but it won't be *that*.