The Formula Of Tom Cruise’s Ideal Figure – Part 1

Tom Cruise On The Set Of 'Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol'

In this piece of writing, you will discover the formula that Tom Cruise applies to maintain an ideal figure with flat stomach at the age 50 years. It is an effective recommendation for the men over forty years.

Tom Cruise was born on July 3, 1962 and he is known for movies like ‘Oblivion’, ‘Valkyrie’, ‘The Last Samurai’, ‘Mission Impossible,’ and ‘Interview with the Vampire’. Tom has crossed the age of fifty, yet one cannot believe at this fact by looking at his physique and energy. Tom weight 77 kg with the height of 170 cms.

The Formula of the Figure of Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is one of the most representative symbols of Hollywood who have always been in good shape. Starting from the beginning of his career, the actor has obtained different superhero roles, for which he has had to keep his physique in good shape.

How Tom Cruise Stays Slim?

Just after forty years of age, many men begin to gain weight more than five kilograms in five years, but the diet and training plan developed by personal trainer David Beckham helped him get rid of excess weight and be fit.

The daily diet of Tom was limited to 1200 calories a day which included roasted chicken, fish, vegetables, lettuce and a small amount of fruit. As a result, the actor eliminated overweight in no time.

Tom Cruise workouts

Tom plays sports every day dividing his activities in training the morning and afternoon. In the morning, it is devoted to strength training, preferring exercises that use body weight like elbow flexion, push-ups, pull-ups and leg lifts.

In the evening Tom is dedicated to perform cardio exercises, jog about 3 or 4 miles without running. Besides this, the actor constantly practices active sports like tennis, swimming and hiking in the mountains.

Find more information on celebrities’ exercise and diet menu at http://www.reviewlity.com/

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