Free personalized workout plan
|Intermediate (2-3 years)|
|27 minutes/day | 2 days/week | 1 weeks|
|Men's Build Muscle, Men's Tone Body|
|Bodyweight, Box, Exercise Ball|
The Chris Pine Workout combines supersets, cross training and metabolic circuits. To prepare for his movie roles, the former Star Trek actor is constantly focused on how to to stay fit & in shape.
The Chris Pine workout routine starts when he wakes up. To get his metabolism going, he does a daily superset. This alerts his body that he needs energy right upon waking up. This helps to keep him fit, and in a fat-burning state throughout the morning.
Chris Pine’s morning workout routine is all about keeping a good posture. Swiss Ball exercises help work your abs and back. By developing a strong core, you keep your body healthy.
|Circuit||1A. Swiss Ball Back Extension|
Hold 30-60 secs
|1B. Superman from Floor||3||30||60s|
While your ultimate goal is to get 100 reps of each move, the idea is to get as many reps as you can in 1 minute. If you can’t get all 100 reps done, then take another minute (or 2) to finish. Then, move onto the next exercise in the circuit.
|1. Mountain Climber||1||1.67||0s|
|2. Squat Thrusts||1||100||0s|
|3. Swiss Ball Jackknife||1||100||0s|
|4. Box Jump (Multiple Response)||1||100||0s|
|5. Swiss Ball Pike||1||100||0s|
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