Let's check which Hollywood celebrities are in shape. (not including sport celebs)
Now, The Rock may be a mountain—no pun intended—but this article is about who’s fittest, so while Jason Statham may seem an odd choice for some, many will understand why the Briton has claimed the No. 1 position.
From the time of his feature film debut in 1998’s Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels leading up to present day, Statham has illustrated his fitness in cinema and is one of the most prolific action movie stars in circulation today.
Statham’s diet is on track now after evolving as the years went by, but it wasn’t always the case as he was once quoted saying: “I never gave a f–k about a calorie. An apple? It’s good for me. I’d have five. Bananas? Eat the lot.”
His routine has changed now, though, and he certainly looks the better for it.
2.Dwayne Johnson (The Rock)
He was always going to feature on a list of this sort at some point, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, another traditionalist of the gym, just misses off the top spot with his hulking figure.
The former WWF staple has gone from strength to strength in his career since leaving wrestling behind, and he’s also made considerable size gains—even for a guy who was already big—over the last 10 years and more.
The Rock employs a training split that divides his workouts into body part-centred regimens spread across the week, training abs two to three times and everything else either once or twice, not to mention multiple workouts on some days.
From the look of those abs, it didn't take too long for Pink to bounce back after the birth of her daughter, Willow. Pre-baby, the singer told Women's Health that her workout routine consisted of an hour of cardio, an hour of P90X or yoga, and a half-hour of warm-up for her shows.
From the big screen to the red carpet, Jennifer's body always looks flawless. Her secret: a combination of hardcore cycling and super-toning yoga with trainer Mandy Ingber.
A man who’s no stranger to the cover of Men’s Fitness, Joe Manganiello may well have made a fine model were it not for his talents in acting, and the Pittsburgh native has been a gym buff longer than this writer’s been alive.
When it comes to training principles, True Blood star Manganiello is as traditional as they come, training close to a one-rep maximum bin compound movements—like the bench press—before lowering the weight again to get a pump on.
When she's not surfing, the 40-year-old SoCal native sculpts her long legs and tightens her tummy by joining trainer Teddy Bass in the gym—three or four days a week, 60 minutes a session—for either Pilates, cardio, weight training, or a mix of all three!
Chris showed off superhuman strength—not to mention out-of-this-world arms—in Thor. He told Women's Health that he prepared for the role by adding weight lifting to his usual routine of muay Thai boxing, surfing and running. Looks like all that hard work paid off—he'll be starring in the sequel, Thor: The Dark World, out later this year.
Gwen's abs are still as amazing as ever—even after having two kids. But the singer swears she doesn't have a magic workout regimen. Instead, she told Harper's Bazaar that she eats healthy, works out, and gets her cardio in by dancing around the stage during performances.
Is there anything Hugh can't do? From singing on Broadway and the big screen to playing Wolverine for over a decade, this super-muscular star can do no wrong.
You don’t get to play Weapon X for the better part of two decades without moving some weight around the gym floor, and Hugh Jackman has evolved his training from the mid-rep range (eight to 12 reps) down to the strength-building range (one to five reps) as the years have gone by.
Nicole's trainer, Adam Ernster, likes to focus on building muscle, which the singer supplements with running, dancing, and plenty of squats.