The Ryan Reynolds Workout - 12 Weeks to Perfection challenge
There’s no doubt that one of Hollywood’s most talked about bodies is that of Blade Trinity, X-Men and Green Lantern star Ryan Reynolds. The transformation he took in 2003-2004 to prepare for his role in Blade Trinity was nothing short of amazing. Not only did he gain 20 solid pounds of muscle, but also reduced his body fat from 11% to just 3%. How did he do it? What were his workout secrets? What kind of diet regime did he follow?
In short he did the following:-
DIET (average day):
* Breakfast- 2 eggs, healthy fats from avocado or almond butter and a cup of steel cut oatmeal
* Morning snack- Low calorie protein bar
* Lunch – Meat (lean chicken, steak or tuna) with vegetables and brown rice
* Dinner – Fish or chicken with salad and vegetables
* Bedtime snack -Whey protein shake
TRAINING SCHEDULE (2-3 hours each session!)
* Monday: Legs
* Tuesday: Shoulders
* Wednesday: Chest
* Thursday: Back
* Friday: Legs
* Saturday: Shoulders
* Sunday: Rest
* Whey protein
* Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)
record your weight and body weight prior to starting the challenge. Spend 12 weeks doing the Ryan Reynolds Workout. Re-measure your weight and percentage body fat. The winner of the challenge is the competitor with the biggest loss for both weight and body fat.
Event 1: Body Weight, in kilograms, before challenge
Weigh yourself prior to taking the 12 week challenge.
Event 2: Body Weight, in kilograms, AFTER the challenge
Weigh yourself after taking the 12 week challenge.
Event 3: Body fat, in percent, before the challenge
Enter your body fat in percentage before the 12 week challenge starts.
Event 4: Body fat, in percent, AFTER the challenge
Enter your body fat in percent after the 12 week challenge has been completed.
Record your scores:
|Attempt 1:||Attempt 2:||Attempt 3:||Attempt 4:||Attempt 5:|
|Event 1: Body Weight, in kilograms, before challenge|
|Event 2: Body Weight, in kilograms, AFTER the challenge|
|Event 3: Body fat, in percent, before the challenge|
|Event 4: Body fat, in percent, AFTER the challenge|