The Brad Pitt workout changed from the movie Fight Club to Troy.
In both movies Pitt was lean but in Troy he added another 15 pounds of muscle to his body.
In this article I will give you some detailed information on the two training and fitness programs.
In the movie Troy, Brad Pitt played the role of Achilles -- a mythical warrior from Greek history. Achilles according to Greek mythology was the handsomest of all the heroes assembled against Troy. According to the legend Achilles was supposed to be invulnerable, except for his heel.
Well perhaps legend is right Brad Pitt was the most handsome gentleman on the screen in the movie Troy. But perhaps his weakness is not in his heel but in other things. Certainly making money is not one of them... he was paid $17.5 million to be in this movie.
The Brad Pitt workout started 7 months before filming for the movie Troy began. Brett admitted to giving up cigarette smoking during this intensive training. According to his personal trainer, Brad Pitt used compound movements for the majority of his weight training program. He also did stretching and yoga to prevent any muscle injury.
The interesting thing about the Brad Pitt physique in both of his movies -- Fight Club and Troy -- is that his physique is not what some people would call... bodybuilder big.
Rather what he portrays on the screen is a muscular -- yet ripped to the bone Brad Pitt body. Judging the response by women in the audience, this is what they are most attracted to. So if you are trying to get Arnold Schwarzenegger big -- you probably won't score any points with the ladies.
The brad pitt workout for Fight Club was totally different than his workout for Troy. In Fight Club, Brad Pitt weighed between -- 152 to 155 pounds and his body fat levels were between five and 6%.
* The Brad Pitt workout for Fight Club used the following repetition and set scheme.
* Three Sets of Each Exercise
* Rest for Only 60 Seconds in between Exercises
* Use Enough Weight or Resistance That Allows You to Perform 15 Repetitions
* Use Proper Form in All Movements
Would you like to have a flat, ripped to shreds six pack abs like Brad Pitt?
Would you like to easily add 1 to 2 inches to your arms and chest-- in no time at all?