50 Cent’s Exercise Routine: Chiseled Type of Figure

March 6, 2011

Celebrity Weight Loss

Grammy award winner 50 Cent  is undoubtedly one guy that best fits the physically fit description. Considered one of the best and most successful Hot 100 artists from 2000 to 2009, he is the man behind the hit albums Get Rich or Die Tryin’ (2003) and The Massacre (2005). He also appeared in blockbuster films Get Rich or Die Tryin’, Home of the Brave, and Righteous Kill, where his appearances never fail to create a buzz and amaze the audience with his rockin-hot and chiselled body. Here he shares the secrets behind his hotness, and the exercise routine he thanks for it.

50-Cent.jpg"I do a lot of cardio, weight training stuff." He says. "I’m also very careful of what I eat."

50 Cent’s exercise routine involves recovery, nutrition/diet, and supplementation. To attain his figure, he performs high intensity training or HIT.

His routine includes 40-minutes that is similar to his on-stage performances that combines muscle development with adequate time to recover.

50 Cent’s exercise changes every week depending on his schedule however, most of the time, he works out 5 to 6 days a week and even does Yoga and Pilates.

His exercise routine includes compound exercises that requires little resting period in between sets (45 to 60 seconds. He warms up before exercising through performing 7 to 10 athletic drills, doing every workout 2 to 3 times with relative high intensity.

An example of 50 Cent’s exercise routine includes the following:

  • Pushups: max in 60 seconds (no rest)
  • Pull ups: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Chin ups: 12-15 reps (1 minute rest)
  • Arnold Dumbbell Press: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Seated Cable Rows: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Medicine Ball Toss: max in 30 seconds (1 minute rest)
  • Arnold Press: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Seated Rows: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Medicine Ball Toss: max in 30 seconds (1 minute rest)
  • Dumbbell Alternate Curls: 12-15 reps with Olympic bar (no rest)
  • Dips: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Medicine Ball Chops: max in 30 seconds (1 minute rest)
  • Dumbbell Alternate Curls: 12-15 reps with Olympic bar (no rest)
  • Dips: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Medicine Ball Chops: max in 30 seconds (1 minute rest)
  • Power Cleans: 8-10 reps (no rest)
  • Single Leg Squats: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Squat Jumps: max in 30 seconds (1 minute rest)
  • Cleans: 8-10 reps (no rest)
  • Single Leg Squats: 12-15 reps (no rest)
  • Squat Jumps: max in 30 seconds (1 minute rest)
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