We just finished seeing Ricky Wittle’s Workout Routine, so what are we doing back?
Well, I’m assuming that what you’re asking at least, because this marks the first time we EVER had back to back celeb workout articles for the same celeb.
The truth is, we never had such awesome information come in all at once (at least while we were currently separating our articles up to make them easier to find within our Workout Database).
We update our articles and research on a daily basis so for the most part we’ve had new workouts, diet plans and overall training regimes trickle in slowly after seeing all of our original regimes, but Ricky Whittle’s information was just too good to sit on.
In that article we talked about how Whittle trained HARD with what he explained as:
“Involves a lot of heavy lifting, long rest in between sets, a lot of calories and a high protein diet.”
But what he referred to as his “hiatus workout” is what we’re going to be taking a look at here.
In that same video for Men’s Health that I’m quoting above he explained that his hiatus workout is what he uses to train in between roles.
He explains all about how much weight he tacks on for his role as Shadow Moon in American Gods, which is why he has two different training methods from “natural bodyweight” (sustainable weight) to Shadow Moon weight:
“Shadow Moon, when I’m filming, sits at around 215 lbs., which is about 30+ lbs. above my natural bodyweight.”
So if you’re digging Ricky Whittle’s everyday 185 range physique, the best example of which would be his more slimmed down physique shown off in The 100, then this is definitely a great place for you to start.
We placed his bulking routine within The Massive Superhero Body Type Choice within our Academy, but this one would fall within our Shredded Superhero Body Type Goal!
It reminds me of Henry Cavill’s physique change going from Immortals to Man of Steel…
But, either way, get ready for some supersets!
Ricky Whittle “Hiatus” Workout Routine
(To Be Repeated)
You will need:
Dumbbells, Barbell, Hex Bar
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Ricky Whittle “Hiatus” Workout Routine:
Training Between Roles
4 Supersets with 60 Second Rest Periods
A. Walking Lunges
4×10 each leg
B. Renegade DB Rows
A. Hex Bar Deadlift
B. Shoulder Press
A. Barbell Squat
B. Dumbbell Bench Press
A. Bulgarian Split Squats
4×10 per leg
B. Bent Over Alternating DB Rows
4×10 each arm
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