Celebrities get all the attention, which means they have to look good for the paparazzi, so they have to eat healthy and workout. Forget the scandals and the dating drama, give us their diet and workout routines! Celebs have the benefit of working with expensive trainers and nutritionists to stay red carpet ready, so we’ve done the research and passed it along to you.
Taylor Kitsch is a Canadian-born actor who has starred in a variety of physically demanding roles, including Friday Night Lights and John Carter.
“There are times when you simply can’t get to the gym as much as you’d like,” he says. “But as long as you’re eating right 85 to 90 percent of the time, you’ll be fine. It’s not realistic to expect your diet to be perfect, especially when you’re busy.”
- Stays away from sugar and flour. He says diet is a huge part of how you look, especially if you don’t have a lot of time to spend at the gym.
- Pays attention to how he feels as it influences his outlook on life
- Eats 100% whole grain foods
- Begins his meals with protein and works around that
- Eats carbs in the morning and tapers them off throughout the day. ’ll be done with complex carbs before six, and my last meal of the day will just be lean and veggies,’ he says. ‘If I’m bulking I’ll have milk in my shakes, if I’m leaning out, just water.’
- Boxes regularly and started in 2006, says it keeps him honest
- Does bag drills
- Did the Navy Seals workout to prepare for a film with Oliver Stone. He had to run, do pushups, pull-ups, all in the Texas sun.