If you’re wondering how these movie stars, professional athletes and successful businessman get ripped then look no further. We ask these guys how they train and share their tricks and tips for all to try. Train like your favorite celebrity with these five exclusive workouts from our 2014 cover guys.
Twenty years ago, a hotheaded street tough from Boston began his long bout for Hollywood superstardom. Now, with a thriving business empire, a family, and a host of successul films under his belt, the perennial A-lister may finally be ready to lay down the gloves.
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Like a black-belt jiu-jitsu master facing down an opponent, Ashton Kutcher wants you to underestimate him. That way, the actor, tech entrepreneur, and notorious prankster will always have the upper hand.
Ashton Kutcher's Jiu-Jitsu Workout >>>
"Three or four hours a day of just consistent, ass-kicking hard work.” That’s how Chris Pratt, our July/August cover guy and star of the upcoming film Guardians of the Galaxy, ditched 60 pounds in six months.
Chris Pratt's Guardians of the Galaxy Workout >>>
After 15 years of NFL football—all of them on the defensive line, one of the more punishing positions in sports—42-year-old Michael Strahan should be slow. He should be gimpy. He should at least have a limp. But, no. Strahan is agile. He is spry. He is light on his feet, especially for a 250-pound man who spent two entire decades propelling himself into the man-mountains that are offensive linemen, play after play, game after game, year after year.
Michael Strahan's Two-a-Day Workout >>>
The year 2014 will always belong to Terry Alan Crews, America’s favorite NFL player turned A-list star. The 46-year-old graced the big screen in several major films, including The Expendables 3 and Draft Day, and his critically acclaimed show on Fox, Brooklyn Nine-Nine—now back for its sophomore season—scored a Golden Globe.
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