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  • Be the desire of all women with the Brad Pitt workout


    By Travis Steffen on Tuesday, October 13, 2009in Workouts & Exercises  

    If you have seen the movie Fight Club, you would no doubt have noticed the incredible physique of Brad Pitt.  The movie was filmed in 1999 and still 10 years later, guys are saying “I wanna look like HIM!”  So I have made it my mission to find the exact muscle shredding program that Brad Pitt used to get into shape for this film.

    Here it is….

    THE BRAD PITT FIGHT CLUB WORKOUT

    Monday – Chest

    3 – 75 Push ups
    3 – Bench press 165,195,225 (25, 15, 8 reps)
    3 – Nautilus press 80,100,130
    3 – Incline press 80,100,130
    3 – Pec deck machine 60,70,80

    Tuesday – Back

    3 – 25 Pull ups
    3 – Seated rows 75,80,85
    3 – Lat pull downs 135,150,165
    3 – T bar rows 80,95,110

    Wednesday – Shoulders
    3 – Arnold press 55,55,55
    3 – Laterals 30,30,30
    3 – Front raises 25,25,25

    Thursday – Biceps & Triceps
    3 – Preacher curl machine 60,80,95
    3 – EZ curls cable 50,65,80
    3 – Hammer curls 30,45,55
    3 – Push downs 70,85,100

    Friday
    Treadmill 60 minutes 80-90% MHR

    Saturday
    Treadmill 60 minutes 80-90% MHR

    Sunday
    Rest Day

    Reps Range From 15-25 reps on all exercises and weight is in lbs.

    The key things to note is that he trained one muscle group each day and then gave him self the rest of the week to recover.  He performed 3 sets, taking approximately 60 seconds to rest between each set.   Also, he used a weight that was challenging enough to complete 15 reps,  but be fatigued on the last rep.

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    Travis Steffen is a Master Trainer and founder of WorkoutBOX. After years of experience training professional athletes and thousands of others just like you, he knows exactly what it takes to get you in serious shape. Follow his expert guidance and you're guaranteed to get amazing results.
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