Kevin Hart is keen about being fit as shown in his latest Instagram video post. Like his Jumanji co-star, Dwayne Johsnon, Hart is continuing with his fitness regime during the holiday season. After such exhausting workouts, he would surely not be guilty of indulging in any Christmas treats!
Kevin Hart Instagrammed this video passionately working out doing a variety of exercises. He captioned it, “Health is wealth….No days off damn it. It’s a lifestyle.”
Read on to know his detailed workout routine.
Kevin Hart’s Workout Routine
Kevin Hart works out with trainer, Ron Boss Everline. Hart’s workout routine includes those exercises which target his upper body like bench presses, push-ups, rows, curls, and dips. Everline groups them and makes Hart perform them as circuits which help him build muscles and tone.
Bench Press: It targets the chest. You will need a barbell for performing bench presses. Grasp the bar keeping an arms length between both the hands. Arch your back so there is space between your lower back and the bench. Lower the bar to your sternum, tucking your elbows about 45 degrees to your sides. When the bar touches your body, press your feet harder to the ground and push the bar back to its original position. Do three sets of six to 10 reps.
Incline Dumbbell Bench Press; Lie back against an adjustable bench set to a 30- to 45-degree angle with a dumbbell in each hand. Press the dumbbells from chest level to straight overhead. Come to the original position and repeat. Do three sets of 10 reps. Perform the above two exercises as a circuit.
Push-ups: It targets your core. Place your hands on the floor, shoulder-width apart. Keep your abs braced and your body in a straight line. Push up, keeping your shoulder blades together. Lower your body until your chest is an inch above the floor. Do three sets of as many reps as possible.
Dumbbell Curls: It targets your biceps. Stand with holding dumbbells in both hands. Palms must face to your side. Curl the weights, rotating your wrists outward but without letting your upper arms drift forward. Your palms must face you in the top position. Hold for a moment and squeeze your biceps. Do three sets of 10 reps. Perform the above two exercises as a circuit.
Dumbbell Rows: It targets your arms. Stand straight holding a dumbbell or kettlebell in one hand. Bend your hips back to lower your torso until it’s parallel to the floor. Keeping your shoulder level to the floor pull the weight towards your hip, squeezing your shoulder blades together at the top. Complete your reps and repeat on the other side. Do three sets. Perform 10 to 12 dumbbell rows.
Bench Dips: It targets your triceps. Place your hands on a bench behind you at shoulder width. Rest your feet in front of you either on another bench or on a box. Slowly lower your body until your upper arms are parallel to the floor, and then extend your elbows. Complete all the circuits for the first group of exercises before going on to the next one.
Hyson, S., “Kevin Hart’s serious workout routine,” Men’s Fitness web site, October 3, 2016; http://www.mensfitness.com/training/workout-routines/kevin-harts-serious-workout-routine, last accessed December 20, 2016