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    ‘Bullet Train’ Star Brad Pitt’s Diet And Workout Routine

    Brad Pitt is one of the most recognizable faces in all of Hollywood. He has made quite an image for himself when it comes to the conversations about diets and workouts. The actor’s body emulates that of a bodybuilder, being nicely buffed yet extremely shredded. He’s carried his well-maintained body into box office hits such as ‘Troy‘ and ‘Fight Club.’

    In fact, his physique is so rock-solid that people still search for it on the internet even though he is 58 years old. We have assembled here just the information you need if you want to build completely carved out muscles like Brad. Give his exercise and diet plan a try.

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    Brad Pitt’s Secret To A Healthy Body

    A still from the movie 'FightClub'
    A still from the movie ‘Fight Club’

    The actor includes a lot of healthy proteins and carbohydrates in his diet. After all, the body fat percentage to be kept under five to six percent is something that requires a lot of eating clean and healthy. Pitt’s diet is rich in proteins, carbohydrates, and healthy fats. The foods that he includes in his diet are:

    1. Fish
    2. Chicken
    3. Green vegetables
    4. Fruits
    5. Brown rice
    6. Pasta
    7. Salad
    8. Protein shakes
    9. Protein bars
    10. Whole wheat bread

    Try to keep these foods in your diet and it would surely help you to achieve Brad Pitt’s level of fitness. So even if you follow a pretty intense and clean diet, if you go out and eat all those unhealthy food, then sorry to say, you will impede your progress. Here’s a list of foods that the Bullet Train actor usually avoids:

    • Fried food
    • Junk food
    • Refined flour

    The star adds supplements to his diet to enhance the nutritional content. His supplements include whey protein, protein bars, creatine, and multivitamins. Check out the list of supplements that have helped him in maintaining his body weight, metabolism, and muscle strength:

    • Whey Protein – It helps in building muscle mass, repairing tissues, and formation of enzymes and hormones. It helps to increase body metabolism and helps in keeping the body fat percentage in control.
    • Creatine – It helps in increasing muscle mass strength and helps in improving exercise performance. It also helps to protect against neurological diseases.
    • Multivitamins – It helps in increasing energy levels, improving mood, and reducing stress and anxiety. These help in giving the diet the right amounts of vitamins and minerals.

    These supplements help the body to meet the requirements of the nutrition plan designed for his body type.

    Pitt’s High Intense Workout Involves Cardio

    Pitt's look for movies such as 'FightClub'
    Pitt’s ripped look

    Now, Pitt works out a lot more when preparing for a movie. At such times, his exact workout routine is hardcore.

    Monday — Chest Push-ups — Three sets of 25 reps Bench press — 25, 15 and eight reps at 165, 195, 225 lbs Nautilus press — 15 reps at 80, 100, 130 lbs Incline press — 15 reps at 80, 100, 130 lbs Pec deck — 15 reps at 60, 70, 80 lbs

    Tuesday — Back 25 pull-ups — Three sets to fatigue Seated rows — Three sets at 75, 80, 85 lbs Lat pull downs — Three sets at 135, 150, 165 lbs T-bar rows — Three sets at 80, 95, 110 lbs

    Wednesday – Shoulders Arnold press — Three sets at 55 lbs Laterals — Three sets at 30 lbs Front raises — Three sets at 25 lbs

    Thursday – Biceps & Triceps Preacher curls — Three sets at 60, 80, 95 lbs EZ curls cable — Three sets at 50, 65, 80 lbs Hammer curls — Three sets at 30, 45, 55 lbs Push downs — Three sets at 70, 85, 100 lbs

    Friday and Saturday – Cardio Treadmill — one hour at 80-90 percent of maximum heart rate.

    While he’s off the sets, Pitt sticks to a much simpler routine which consists of Mondays being chest say, and Tuesdays all about the back. Wednesdays are designated for shoulders, Thursday for arms (biceps and triceps), and the rest of the week is dedicated to cardio and resting.

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