There has been a huge glut of superhero movies over the last few years and the days of seeing super heroes on our big screens that have never done a workout before are over. The super heroes of today are muscle clad and buff! In this article I will be looking at chris evans bodybuilding vs Andrew Garfield Spiderman workout.
Who are these superheroes?Just in case you are not fully up to speed with all the latest superheroes Chris Evans is famed for his appearances as Captain America in the Marvel movies and Andrew Garfield has played Spiderman in “The Amazing Spiderman” movie. Both of these men worked out hard to get to the top of their game and make sure they were in the shape of their lives for the roles.
The Chris Evans WorkoutFor this workout you exercise hard for four days of the week and rest for three, thus making sure that your body has plenty of times to recover between exercises as a lot these exercises are about muscle growth. On the days that you are working out (which should be Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) you need to focus on a particular part of your body. Your back, Chest, lower body and upper body (one for each day.)
This workout is to gain muscle, in order to gain muscle you will need to up your calorie intake by at least 500 more calories than your body needs to maintain your current weight, also be sure to up your protein intake at the same time.
The Andrew Garfield WorkoutAndrew is not as muscular as Chris and has a leaner appearance, he is still very toned though. His exercise workout incorporates Pilates, plyometric’s and weight training. The workout is focused over five days straight with two rest days at the weekend. Like any good workout you focus on different parts of your body each day. Money should be upper body strength training, Tuesday will entail a lot of cardio workouts, Wednesday lower body strength, Thursday your core and Friday returning to cardio.
For these exercises start slowly and over time look to increase the intensity of your workout, it is still important that you take time to rest between exercises if you need to, as well as ensuring that you take your rest days at the weekend, if you want to do anything on your rest days some simple stretches are more than enough as you need to maximise your recovery time.