Discover How Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) Stay Fit & Shaped – Part 1


Robert Downey Jr., who is also known as Iron Man for his performance in the movie, was born April 4, 1965. Robert Downey Jr. have also made great performances in the movies like ‘The Avengers’, ‘Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows’, and ‘The Incredible Hulk’. The famous actor weighs only 75-78 kg and his height is 174 cm. in this article, we will discover the formula, routine, diet and training that he follows to stay fit.

The Training of Hollywood Star

It has been over 4 years since Robert Downey wore the first Iron Man suit in the movie, but very little time has passed since leaving billboard in the movie ‘The Avengers’, in which the actor has a more typical role for us.

Learn to Fight Like Iron Man

Since 2003, Robert Downey Jr. is trained by the method of combat Wing Chun, which was created by Bruce Lee. The daily workouts became his routine and so the second incarnation of Iron Man is not difficult.

Of course, these trainings teach the proper ways to hit and most of all the cardio workouts are considered. With its help, it is impossible to increase the muscle mass significantly.

The Star Diet for Muscles

The personal training routine that Robert Downey Jr. adopted for the preparation of his role in Iron Man had the main focus on routine strength training whereas cardio exercises were minimized during the training days.

Furthermore, the amount of calories in the daily diet of Robert was about 5000 which as divided as about 300 grams of protein, 150 grams of fat (of which most were fat of fish and omega-3 fatty acids) and 500 grams of carbohydrates.

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