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Christopher Robert “Chris” Evans is an American actor and filmmaker known for portraying superhero roles, such as Captain America in the ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe‘ (MCU) and The Human Torch in the ‘Fantastic Four’ film franchise. So, today we will tell you about Chris Evans Leaked workout routine.

Although he has also tried his hand at playing dramatic and romantic roles, it is his superhero roles that earn him the most praise. Beginning her career as a model, she soon ventured into television and took up small roles in a few series. His film career also started around the same time that his television career took off.

Chris Diet.

According to the article, Evans’ trainer Simon Waterson said the biggest challenge for him was to eat enough to be able to increase enough muscle mass.

To do this, Evans’ daily diet plan looks something like this;

Breakfast.

  • Bowl of oatmeal with dark berry and walnuts.

Mid-morning.

  • Protein Shake and 5g BCAA.

Pre-workout snack.

  • Apple with almonds.

After workout.

  • Protein Shake and 5g BCAA.

After 20 minutes.

Lunch.

  • Protein shake.

Dinner.

  • Lean protein with vegetables, such as fish, chicken or beef. No starchy carbs.
Chris Evans
Chris Evans

Chris Evans Leaked Workout Plan.

Most of Chris Evans’ workout regimes included compound exercises i.e.; Exercises that work on multiple muscle groups at the same time, for example, deadlifts and weighted dips. His exercise was also programmed considering the need to quickly keep the lean muscles in mind, so set with less repetition of heavy weightlifting was needed. His Day-wise routine are as follows;

Calf Raise Machine
Calf Raise

Monday: Leg-Day.

  • Back squats (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Lunges (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Leg press (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Calf raise (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Sitting hamstring curls (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Squat-to-Box Jump (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).

Tuesday: Back Day.

  • Deadlifts (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Barbell rows (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Lat pulldown (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Cable crossover (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • 1-arm dumbbell rows (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Wide grip pull-ups (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).

Wednesday: Chest Day.

  • Incline bench press (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Dumbbell bench press (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Cable Fly (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Incline cable fly (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Incline dumbbell fly (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Dips (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).

Thursday: Arm’s Day.

  • Preacher Curls (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Skull Crusher (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Dumbbell bicep curls (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Hammer Curls (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Triceps overhead extension (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Chin-ups (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).

Friday: Shoulder Day.

  • Military Dumbbell Press (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Dumbbell shrug (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Barbell Strict Press (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Barbell shrug (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Front dumbbell raises (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).
  • Shoulder-width push-ups (1 x warm-up set + 3 x set of 6-8 reps).

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Written by Nebadita - (M.sc in Nutrition)
Experienced in the field of nutrition, health, fitness, and more. She earned Master Degree from National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad and currently serving in the Eastern branch of ICMR. View author's certificates.

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