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Build a Body like Ryan Phillipe29,047 Views
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Description: If you want to build a body like Ryan Phillipe, you need to combine a number of exercise techniques to get an edge. Watch this video and find out more.
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If I had to describe Ryan Phillippe’s approach to fitness in one word, it would be commitment. The guy has worked with the same trainer for 10 years, and he treats going to the gym like brushing his teeth. When you spend that much time fine-tuning your body, you end up trying a lot of different training techniques until you find the one that works best for you. For Ryan, it’s usually a blend of cardio work with heavy weights and plyometrics for a total-body challenge. Plyometrics is a form of exercise that uses rapid movements to develop muscular power. It's a great addition to any workout because it allows your muscles to reach maximum power in the shortest time possible. Let's show you! Matt is one of our trainers here at Peak Performance, and he is going to demonstrate the plyometric version of one exercise you already know - the pushup. Start the same way you normally would. Hands slightly wider than and in line with your shoulders, arms straight, feet close together, and hips lifted so your body forms a straight line from your ankles to your head. Here’s where it’s a little different. You sill lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor, but then you’re going to explosively push up so that your hands leave the floor. Catch yourself. Lower and do it again. Whether you add plyometric moves to your workout or not, there’s still a valuable lesson to take away from Ryan Phillipe’s training. Even small changes to the exercises you already know can challenge your body in completely new ways. Whenever you start to feel comfortable, it's time to change things up. To learn more about celebrity training tips, check out other videos in this series.