Brad Pitt’s Strength Training Plan

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Brad Pitt is one of the most sought-after celebrities in the Hollywood film industry as he definitely has the most beautiful and well shaped physique among all he contemporary starts, and he certainly outshines the others in this competition. In this article, we show you the Brad Pitt’s strength training plan which enables him to achieve such an admirable body. The plan is divided in all the weekdays.

Monday: Chest

• Push-ups – 3 x 25
• Lifting of dumbbells lying to chest – Bench press – (25 x 75, 15 x 90 & 8 x 100 kilograms)
• Openings in Banking lying – Nautilus press – (15 x 40, 15 x 45 & 15 x 60 kilograms)
• Press on incline bench – Incline press – (15 x 40, 15 x 45 & 15 x 60 kilograms)
• Openings in chest contractor – Pec deck – (15 x 30, 15 x 35 & 15 x 40 kilograms)

Tuesday: Back

• Drives on Horizontal Bar – Pull-Ups – 3 sets
• Low pulley horizontal Remo – Seated rows – 3 x 15 (30, 45 and 60 kilogram)
• Pennyroyal to the chest – Lat pull downs – 3 x 15 (60, 70 and 75 kilograms)
• Remo supported T-bar to the chest – T-bar rows – 3 x 15 (35, 40, 50 kilogram)

Wednesday: Shoulders

• Seated Dumbbell – Arnold Press – 3 x 15 (25 kilograms)
• Lateral raises – Laterals – 3 x 15 (15 kilogram)
• Surveys front –Front raises – 3 x 15 (11 kilograms)

Thursday: Arms

• Preacher – Preacher curls – 3 x 15 (27, 36 & 45 kilograms)
• Barbell Curl EZ – EZ curls cable – 3х15 (22, 30 & 36 kilograms)
• Hammer – Hammer curls – 3 x 15 (13, 20 and 25 kilograms)
• Pulley triceps extensions high – Push downs – 3 х 15 (30, 40, & 45 kilograms)

Friday: Cardio 2

• Running for 60 minutes on the treadmill with 80-90% of the maximum pulse rate.

Saturday: Cardio

• 60-minute running session on the treadmill along with 80-90% of the maximum pulse rate.

Sunday: Rest

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