When it comes to bodybuilding, we're inclinced to believe that celebrities know a thing or two. Having to lose or gain weight for certain roles, these movie stars are well placed to give their advice for working out in the gym.
Hugh Jackman: 'My thing is to wear a HR monitor when I'm lifting. I never let my heart rate go below 140 bpm'.
Jason Statham: 'I never do the same thing twice. I mix it up. Wanna know how you know a good workout, when right before you do it, you're like,'Oh fuck, that's gonna kill'.
Jean Claude Van Damme: 'I recommend the heavy compound exercises to everyone I train with'.
John Cena: 'If you want to be strong, you have to do strong stuff. You have to set yourself realistic, attainable goals'.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'I make a point of never doing less than 6 reps per set with most movements and nothing higher than 12'.
Sylvester Stallone: 'There are endless exercises for arms, but the basics are best - chin ups and pushups'.
Terry Crews: 'You get better at working by working. And if you don't work, you're not getting better'.
Dwayne Johnson: 'The key to my workouts is efficiency. I do a lot of circuit training and supersets. I work one to two parts of the body in one day'.
Triple H: 'Now I realise that it's all about athleticism, cardio and wellbeing. The aesthetic comes with it'.
Vin Diesel: 'The first thing I do on location or vacation is to get a bike. I just do as much as I can to push myself'.