Hugh Jackman Wolverine Workout

With the recent release of Hugh Jackman’s X-Men Origins Wolverine, We have all seen his solid ripped body and many of us are eager to know the secrets of how he was able to achieve this kind of physique within few months. Here you will discover how to put on some serious muscle power with the help of Hugh Jackman’s workout plan.

After watching the movie many people must be wondering about the diet and exercise routine of Hugh Jackman for this movie. The stunts of this film are awesome and it was the need of the script to look ripped and tough for Hugh while shooting for the role of Wolverine.

Actual Wolverine Workout Routine:

His personal trainer for this movie was Michael Ryan who is also a famous fitness trainer for many other Hollywood celebrities. He specially focused on muscles bulking up and for that purpose he introduced high intensity interval training workout program. Hugh Jackman’s daily schedule was as follows:

1) Wake up early in the morning at about 4 AM

2) Eat several small meals during the day time (He was eating 6 meals a day)

3) Daily interval training workout started from 6 AM in the morning

4) He was also using protein isolate supplement to bulk up the body muscles

Victor Creed or Sabertooth who is Wolverine’s brother in the movie also followed an intense training workout plan to put on about 40-50 pounds of ripped muscles. Michael Ryan actually emphasized on muscle confusion technique which involves high intensity workouts at random intervals along with medium amount of cardio exercises to gain six pack abs quickly in few months.

Though Hugh Jackman have reached in his 40′s , he has already proved the fact that gaining six pack abs and ripped muscles is not only for young crowd but can be achieved at any age.

Hugh Jackman Body

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