Brad Pitt's Diet and Workout Routine to get that 'Fight Club' Body

Fight Club, it's iconic, and so was Brad Pitt's body in it. So how did he get it? Check out his grueling fitness and diet plan ...

According to Fitness B&W here’s how he did it…

Monday – Chest

Push-ups – 3 sets of 25 reps

Bench press – 25, 15 & 8 reps @ 165, 195, 225 lbs

Nautilus press – 15 reps @ 80, 100, 130 lbs

Incline press – 15 reps @ 80, 100, 130 lbs

Pec deck – 15 reps @ 60, 70, 80 lbs

Tuesday – Back

25 pull ups – 3 sets to fatigue

Seated rows – 3 sets @ 75, 80, 85 lbs

Lat pull downs – 3 sets @ 135, 150, 165 lbs

T-bar rows – 3 sets @ 80, 95, 110 lbs

Wednesday – Shoulders

Arnold press – 3 sets @ 55 lbs

Laterals – 3 sets @ 30 lbs

Front raises – 3 sets @ 25 lbs

Thursday – Biceps & Triceps

Preacher curls – 3 sets @ 60, 80, 95 lbs

EZ curls cable – 3 sets @ 50, 65, 80 lbs

Hammer curls – 3 sets @ 30, 45, 55 lbs

Push downs – 3 sets @ 70, 85, 100 lbs

Friday & Saturday – Cardio

Treadmill – 1 hour at 80-90% MHR

Sunday – Rest (finally!)

 

And, according to HighSnobiety, this is what he ate…

Breakfast: Eggs (six whites, seven yolks) and 75g of oatmeal with raisins

Mid-Morning Snack: Tinned tuna in whole wheat pita breads

Lunch: Two chicken breasts, 75-100g brown rice or pasta and green veggies

Pre-Workout Snack: A protein bar or whey protein shake and a banana

Post Workout: Whey protein shake and a banana

Dinner: Grilled fish or chicken, brown rice or pasta, vegetables and salad.

Evening Snack: Casein protein shake or low fat cottage cheese (slow release protein).

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