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Here’s Brad Pitt’s ‘Fight Club’ Work Out Since We Know You’re Gonna Need It After Thanksgiving

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It’s some-more or reduction the ubiquitous accord of every person walking the earth that Fight Club Brad Pitt is about as good looking as any human man can be. Just positively shredded from conduct to toe, dudes everywhere have been trying to grasp the Brad Pitt-Fight Club look for close to two decades now.

Now, while there are probably many ways to get in this arrange of shape, we always approaching the process Brad used to be the Navy SEAL homogeneous of practice programs. You don’t get to looking like that by just showing up at the gym and picking up complicated objects. But when we saw the tangible work out that Pitt used to cut those Zeus-like abs, we have to admit, we was a little disappointed.

While we am not some gym expert, we do practice semi-regularly (3-5 times a week), and we have to say, Pitt’s once-legendary Fight Club workout is bananas.

via Fitness Black White:


Monday – Chest
Push-ups – 3 sets of 25 reps
Bench press – 25, 15 8 reps @ 165, 195, 225 lbs
Nautilus press – 15 reps @ 80, 100, 130 lbs
Incline press – 15 reps @ 80, 100, 130 lbs
Pec rug – 15 reps @ 60, 70, 80 lbs

Tuesday – Back
25 lift ups – 3 sets to fatigue
Seated rows – 3 sets @ 75, 80, 85 lbs
Lat lift downs – 3 sets @ 135, 150, 165 lbs
T-bar rows – 3 sets @ 80, 95, 110 lbs

Wednesday – Shoulders
Arnold press – 3 sets @ 55 lbs
Laterals – 3 sets @ 30 lbs
Front raises – 3 sets @ 25 lbs

Thursday – Biceps Triceps
Preacher curls – 3 sets @ 60, 80, 95 lbs
EZ curls wire – 3 sets @ 50, 65, 80 lbs
Hammer curls – 3 sets @ 30, 45, 55 lbs
Push downs – 3 sets @ 70, 85, 100 lbs

Friday Saturday – Cardio
Treadmill – 1 hour at 80-90% MHR

Now, while the workouts themselves don’t seem quite grueling, the diet positively does.  And as they say, abs are done in the kitchen, so I’ll give Brad his due on the dietary half of the regime since this seems just brutal:

Breakfast: Eggs (six whites, 7 yolks) and 75g of oatmeal with raisins

Mid-Morning Snack: Tinned tuna in whole wheat pita breads

Lunch: Two duck breasts, 75-100g brownish-red rice or pasta and immature veggies

Pre-Workout Snack: A protein bar or whey protein shake and a banana

Post Workout: Whey protein shake and a banana

Dinner: Grilled fish or chicken, brownish-red rice or pasta, vegetables and salad.

Evening Snack: Casein protein shake or low fat lodge cheese (slow recover protein).

However, nothing of this really matters, since no matter what you eat or how tough you train, you’ll never demeanour as good as Brad Pitt did in Fight Club. It’s just science.

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