Cam Gigandet workout and diet program for the film “Never Back down” got him into incredible — muscular and lean — conditioning.
Read this article and discover the “Secrets” of how he got his phenomenal body.
As movies go… “Never Back down” is not exactly an Oscar-winning film however, the conditioning that the villain in the film had (Ryan McDonald) was award-winning.
The type of physique he displayed is the body… that women really love. Six pack abs, lean yet muscular — it’s a very similar look to what Brad Pitt served up in the movie “Fight Club.”
Secrets of the Never Back down Workout
In order to develop that lean muscular look that Cam Gigandet had here’s what you need to do:
Cam Gigandet Workout Routine Schedule
Monday – Chest
Tuesday – Back
Wednesday – Shoulders
Thursday – Biceps & Triceps
Friday – Treadmill 45 minutes
Sat/Sun – OFF
That is what his workout schedule looked like.
The goal of this workout was to get Cam as ripped as possible. While the above schedule only reflects one 45 minute cardio workout, for most guys if your body fat is not already in the single digits you will need to do cardio 5 to 6 days per week.
Use a high-intensity interval training protocol to get the maximum fat burning effect.
The Cam Gigandet Diet
His nutrition program was a typical bodybuilder’s diet. High protein and low in carbohydrates. If you’re looking to get lean and ripped you will need to increase your protein intake to approximately 1 to 1 1/2 g per pound of bodyweight and you will need to restrict your carbohydrates. That means no carbs after 6 PM and you will need to eat clean.
Here are some good food choices:
Skinless chicken breasts
Salmon, Tuna, Trout (these are all high in omega-3’s which is a good fat.)
Baked potatoes, Brown Rice, Yams, oatmeal etc. should make up the bulk of you’re carbohydrate foods
Most individuals don’t have a lot of time to workout. Exercise routines like this Cam Gigandet Workout are usually very intensive. The actors don’t have a lot of time to get in shape and therefore they train — many times for 2 to 3 hours (including cardio.)
However, you can get a great workout in the comfort and convenience of your home using resistance bands, dumbbells, or Isotonic/ isometric exercise equipment. Don’t use the excuse that you don’t have time stop you from having that lean, muscular, six pack abs showing body that you want.
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