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Action is an extremely popular type of movie, but it's also extremely difficult for movie stars. And one of the most important elements of success is to train their body.
They have to participate in adventurous movies and spend a lot of time and effort in the gym at the same time. After all, no audience wants to see a superhero with old muscles and oversized waist belt, right?
Here are 4 of the best ones what we would love to see in every movie:
Most stars go from bad to good, while Hugh Jackman just went from good to even better. Ever since his appearance in the first part of “X-Men”, Hugh had made everyone had to admire his masculine body. Nine years later, appearing in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, Hugh showed up with way more impressive body.
Hugh Jackman’s training program consists of 2 periods: Bulking and Cutting, including: Bench press, Incline dumbbell fly, Close-grip barbell press, Tricep dip, and Press-up.
Not many actors that can keep such huge passion like Bale. He often changes his appearance according to the requirements of each film. In “The Machinist”, Bale weighed only 50kg. In this movie, the actor applied an extremely harsh diet with pure water, an apple and a cup of coffee a day, and sometimes a little whiskey. It helped him reduce to 62 pounds.
Taking part in "The Dark Night," Bale gained weight quickly to take on the world-saving heroic role. According to some articles, from “The Machinist” to “The Dark Night”, Bale had grown almost 90 pounds. In 2013, to suit his role in “The American Hustle”, Bale transformed into an overweight American.
Unfortunately, the movie star has yet to regain Batman's body when he recently has to eat a lot to be Vice President Dick Cheney.
No one can deny that Marvel is really good at raising their actors, and Marvel actors also work very hard. Most superhero stars often begin as a slim guy, while Chris Pratt was a fat one. He had to lose nearly 66 lbs to be able to star in “Guardians of the Galaxy: And since this blockbuster, Chris Pratt was in a different position.
Chris used to have a very nice body frame, but a little bit skinny. However, when he was cast as the god of thunder Thor in the same name movie, he "evolved" into another person. Chris looked taller with developed shoulders, chest and arm muscles. If there is anything to complain about Chris, that's his unclear six packs.
In order to get the body of a god, Chris Hemsworth even joined a harsh training program with Duffy Gaver, a former US Marine. The result of the exercise: the actor gained about 20 pounds.
By: Roxana Edwards