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Ryan Gosling Lean Hollywood Body Generates Buzz
One of the biggest and most sought after actors in Hollywood, Ryan Gosling reveals his exact methods for getting a lean and ripped physique.
And Ryan went above and beyond to get ripped for his role in Crazy Stupid Love.
Ryan has appeared in movies such as The Notebook, Crazy Stupid Love, and Drive. Women have gone crazy for his lean and muscular physique that countless men have been trying replicate for months now. In order to get his body into 'movie' shape, Ryan Gosling had to go through a period of both weight training and intensive cardio workouts.
In health and fitness, it is very clear that if you want to build the physique of a Hollywood celebrity, you need to be able to gain a decent amount of muscle. Now gaining decent amount I don't mean that you need to gain enough to be able to compete with professional bodybuilders but you need to have enough muscle to have definition on your body.
These days, the best weight training program is the one you can stick with. There are a lot of training programs out there and if you want to gain muscle then you need to follow a reputable program. A good program is the one outlined here - http://www.fitmole.net/
A good program is one that encompasses various rep ranges such as those inn the lower rep ranges (the 1-5 rep range) and those that encompass higher rep ranges (the 10-12 rep range). Every rep range works a different muscle and in the lower rep range, you tend to work more of the slow twitch muscle fibers which are more directly related the strength and power while the higher rep ranges deal with fast twitch muscle fibers which deal more with hypertrophy or pure muscle gains.
Also what you need to understand about Ryan Gosling is that he is not fat. He has virtually no body fat which is what gives him that sleek angular look. If you want a body like Ryan Gosling's then that is what you need to shoot for. And this is accomplished through diet not exercise.
"After a while, eating for gaining muscle leads to diminishing returns, there is only so much a caloric surplus can do for gaining muscle. After a while, all the excess calories that you eat will simply lead to fat gain. There is a very small buffer for which people to use for which extra calories lead to new muscle growth...finding it is an art form." - Keith Lai of http://www.fitmole.net/
But in the end to achieve success, you must stick with your program.
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