Clint Eastwood Workout and Fitness Routine


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. Clint Eastwood, known for having a fistful of dollars and being Dirty Harry, is the feature for this attention Celebrity Workout. Health Fitness Revolution and author of the book ReSYNC Your Life Samir Becic presents to you the Clint Eastwood workout routine:

Eastwood, a lifelong non-smoker, has been conscious of his health and fitness since he was a teenager, and practices healthful eating habits, even into his 80s. He practices daily transcendental meditation, and is renowned for being an obsessive health and fitness nut.

“I’d always done muscle-training exercise,” Clint says, “things like chins, clips and calisthenics, but it was when I was in the Army that I discovered the weights – the kind of training you’d call bodybuilding today. I never wanted to build huge muscles and bulk up like a competitive bodybuilder, but I realized very quickly that the best way to keep your muscles strong, hard, and fit was with weight training. And once I got into weight training, I never gave it up.”

Eastwood maintains a low-fat, high protein diet and gets plenty of sleep. Everything in moderation, nothing in excess. Some cardiovascular exercise, some muscle training. Eating healthy food and watching your weight. And exercise and attention to diet, Clint Eastwood believes, should be a lifetime habit, best begun when you are as young as possible.

“Stay away from carbohydrates, especially rich desserts. Keep a scale in your bathroom. Get proper rest. Try to be optimistic. Eat fruits and raw vegetables. Take vitamins. Skip beverages loaded with sugars. Avoid alcohol in excess.”


  1. to much protein is bad for liver and kidneys, thats the fact, for example Dukan diet is worst on the planet, no question. best for human biologically is egg yolk and pig fat/meat. herodotus wrote 2,500 years ago about persians and etiops food. persians life was around 80 of age cuz they feed themselves with plants. etiops on meat and milk had a long life, about 120 years and often they exceed that age. 40 years difference, no discussion. other thing is what kind of frut/veg/meat we have at present times. vegs have trace amounts of vitamins, zero minerals (they can get it only from the ground, cant make it), full of glyphosate (thats another story destructing our lives) to much to write.. sorry about my eng, not my native lang.

  2. perfect diet is 3:1:0.5 – fat – protein – carbs. wy have necessary fats, proteins but we do not need carbs. if someone dont wanna have ketones, can use 0.5% carbs. i have read about tests on ketogenic diet (fat, zero carbs, zero) that people running for 24 hours non stop and doing 275 kilometers, so lot of energy, marathon 42 kilometers its just to warm up… do i have write anything else?..

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