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There’s so much you can do with bodyweight alone. The basics always come up for a reason: sit-ups, planks, push-ups. They’ll always give you results. The way to take it up a notch is to compound the basics to work multiple muscle groups at once.
Before, I would play a little hoops, a little tennis. Now it’s more yoga, Pilates, stretching, some light weight work, push-ups, sit-ups, resistance things. When I used to live on the eleventh floor, I would take the steps. I don’t do that so much now. I’m taking the elevator a bit more these days.
If I get any private time in my trailer, all of a sudden I’m doing sit-ups and push-ups.
A boot-camp class that combines upper- and lower-body moves – like walking lunges and push-ups – gets the heart rate up quickly, burning fat and calories and toning muscles in a time-efficient way.
A boxing workout is the heaviest thing, but it’s the best. The worst part is that boxing gyms are the smelliest things in the universe. You have to lie down on the floor, where everyone has been sweating and spitting, and do 1,000 situps and push-ups.
If you grow up with a wrestling coach, you learn differently. If you were late, everything was about push-ups and laps around the gym. I once said, ‘Am I on a wrestling team or a damn track team?’ That resulted in me running for the entire practice. It gives you a certain mentality.
I do a variety of weight-lifting, elliptical glider, stretching exercises, push-ups. And I do the Canadian Air Force exercises almost every day.
I started working out and doing martial arts when I was about 4 years old, and I was competing by the time I was five or six. So my mom and dad had me doing push-ups and sit-ups from a very young age.
After a level, it does not matter if you are capable to do 100 push-ups, but how to take action in a do-or-die situation – saving your country while on mission.
To build my core strength, I do push-ups, sit-ups, crunches, on-the-spot running with bands, and individual runs.
Sometimes, I remember, for action continuity or to get all warmed up for an action scene before giving a close-up or saying a dialogue, I would do push-ups. I didn’t know any other way to get my body mechanism going.
I like to do a little bit of exercise in the morning. I try to do, like, 20 to 25 push-ups in the morning, just to kind of get the blood flowing.
My boy and I move. We have this game where if we dress in a particular item of clothing, we have to do a different movement. A hat means 20 jumps – that sort of thing. When I put a scarf on, my son has to drop down and do push-ups, immediately. He thinks it’s really funny.
I love doing air squats or jump squats, push-ups, jumping jacks, burpees, crunches – all the basic stuff, but it’s all you need to do to keep it toned.
I do at least 75 push-ups a day.
I do heavy weight deadlift squats, shoulder presses, push-ups, and I can pull up my own body weight. And I do an ab workout just about every night. It’s 200 reps of five different exercises four times right before bed: a plank with hip twists, side bridge dips, a walking mountain climber, bicycles and leg lift.
I exercise at least five times a week with stretching, Pilates, push-ups, planks, sit- ups, squats and light weights.
Poker has the feeling of a sport, but you don’t have to do push-ups.
There’s a very simple rule to follow – never eat so much that you can’t do 20 push-ups.
As a child, I couldn’t afford going to the gym, so I started doing pull-ups, push-ups, suryanamaskar, dand baithak and other forms of yoga. I also trained in martial arts and practiced freehand exercises.
My mom was a yoga teacher back in the 1960s, so I observed a lot of the practice. It’s movement of the body with awareness to the breath, which you can do with running, push-ups or walking on a piece of nylon tied between two trees.
Multi-joint movements – squats, push-ups, bent over rows – all put a greater metabolic demand on the body and can be effective when performed with very light weight to get you back up and running. Think bigger movements, not bigger weight, when you are on the mend.
Sit-ups and push-ups work without a gym.
I told Warren if he mentions Prop. 13 one more time, he has to do 500 push-ups.
In terms of working out, I’m in the gym, maximum, twice a week, but for a pretty intense period of time: two or two and a half hours nonstop. Most of the exercises are body weight. We’re talking pull-ups, chin-ups, decline rows, elevated push-ups.
A few push-ups during breaks at work, walking to the grocery store, and opting to use the stairs instead of the elevator are all great ways to exercise.
Typically, my cardio consists of an inclined walk and run on the treadmill for 40 minutes. After that I’ll do three sets of 20 push-ups, 100 crunches, and then I’m off to rehearsal.
Every night before bed, I drop down to the floor and do 20 sit-ups, 5 push-ups and stretching. No matter what the day has been like, I drop and give myself 20 every single night.
I used to do push-ups every morning from 6:00 to 8:00.
When I am travelling or shooting outdoors, and if there is no gym around, I do pull-ups. If there is a bar somewhere, I manage push-ups, squats, and generally I just sweat it out in the room or my vanity van. But I make sure my workout regime is never hampered at any cost!