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To the TS:
According to men's fitness,
Everyone will agree he looks a lot more manly today. And according to Men's Fitness, Chris Hemsworth's training consisted of Squats, Deadlifts, Bench Press and Barbell Rows for 4 sets of 4-6 reps
You really don't NEED isolation exercises at all. Hemsworth's had an "arm day", but it consisted of Weighted Chin-ups and Close Grip Bench Press says Men's Fitness, and he also did Weighted Pull-ups/Dips. That's right - no frigging curls and triceps kickbacks but heavy compounds is how he built his arms.
Perhaps, what I am trying to drive here is, one doesn't need to do time wasting endless isolation/machine exercises which a lot of beginners tend to do without any strength base.
Physiques just like Chris Hemsworth, the shredded powerlifters and the oly. Not those models with skinny muscles in men's fitness magazine. All abs, no frame. It looks like they melted only the fat, leaving the skinny muscle behind. Heck, my neighbor's carpenter looks a lot better than them. heheThere is nothing wrong with aspiring to look like a celebrity.
Some regular folks can also achieve stunning results as well. I guess determination and dedication is 90% of the effort.Just don't forget they have the time and resources to focus on training qhen they need to achieve a certain look. Us, in the real world do not have their luxuries so we have to take a different approach
Heck, I can put Hulk's picture there and show what program he does. lol!
Part of his routine after gaining the muscle:
"Quote from Men's Fitness...
Once Chris put on the muscle I needed to get him lean, which meant stripping away any fat he had accumulated during the first phase while maintaining all his newly built muscle, I did this by getting him to do this total-body circuit based around classic strongman moves, such as log presses, tyre flips, sledgehammers and prowler sprints, as well as circuits with kettlebells of varying weights. This got Chris down to his fighting weight of 220lb – and as you can see from the pictures, it was all muscle."
Lol i dont know if one is sarcastic or not @_@ haha but yeah the guy above is like a boss