His Workout: Rudd's workouts were very intense and centered around "flips and rolls and all that kind of stuff," he told people.
Paul Says: “I took the Chris Pratt approach to training for an action movie.
Why He Did It: On his 50th birthday, after his son called him an “old man” and a call-in listener on his radio show called him over the hill, he realized he wasn’t in the best shape.
“My arms were just sitting there—just a piece of meat hanging there, with no curves in them, no definition.
Plus: Harvey follows two rules to achieve his fitness goals.
The first was “eat for what you're about to do, not what you've done," meaning he ate carbs before a workout and small lean protein-rich meals if he was about to be sedentary for awhile.
Starting off with a boy band-style image, Jonas transformed into a cut, jacked, and musclebound solo artist.
Why He Did It: Along with his success in the music industry, Jonas has gotten attention for his acting in films like that helped get the actor/singer into awesome shape.
What He Ate: Severely restricted his calorie intake, eating oatmeal, chicken, green beans, almonds, protein bars, apples and fish. His Workout: Manganiello worked out his chest and legs on Monday and Thursday, shoulders and biceps on Tuesday and Friday, and back and triceps on Wednesday and Saturday, and did 45 minutes of cardio every day before breakfast.His Workout: He spent two hours a day in the gym with a personal trainer doing lots of strength and core training.He used the ‘3-2-1 Method’—that’s three cardio circuits, two strength training circuits and one core workout, each for 10 minutes.Now he just tries to keep things balanced with healthy eating and workouts that aren’t just fit for a king.Gerard Says: “That was a great thing, to put on that cape and put on that helmet and not have to think, 'Shit, I should have trained more.' Instead, I was standing there feeling like a lion.” Difficulty Level: 9 How to Add Five Pounds of Muscle in a Month What He Did: With trainer pal Lee Haney, Harvey started the 50 and Fly campaign, which encourages men 40 and older to tone up, slim down, eat right and stop whining that they’re too old to get in shape.