Fitness Tips from Your Favorite Shredded Celebrities

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Anyone into fitness and bodybuilding are aware of the basics and what to do. But it’s often the little tips and tricks you learn along the way that can really make a difference in your training. We’ve put together a list of tips from some of the fittest celebrities on the planet.

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Hugh Jackman prefers high intensity training: “One trick is to wear a heart-rate monitor when I’m lifting,” he tells “Muscle and Fitness.” “I never let the rate dip below 140 bmp. It’s full-on.”

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John Cena love his squats. “Embrace the squat. It’s the one lift that no one can do without. Period. Absolutely period.”

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Vin Diesel makes fitness a priority no matter where the movie set is. “The first thing I do on location or on vacation is to get a bike. I just do as much as I can to push myself.”

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Arnold Schwarzenegger tells “Muscle and Fitness” that he changed up his routine after retiring, “After I stopped competing, I trained faster — six sets without stopping and higher repetitions.”

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WWE superstar Triple H told “Muscle and Fitness” he had some insight to lend toward the bigger picture, “Now I realize it’s all about athletics, health, and feeling good; the looks just come along with it.”

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Dwayne Johnson has been wowing fans with his physique for years. He told “Muscle and Fitness” that “the key to my training is efficiency — I do a lot of circuit training and supersets. One to two body parts a day.”

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When it comes to arms, Sylvester Stallone tells “Muscle and Fitness” what works for him. “There are endless exercises for arms, but the basics are best — chin-ups and pushups.”

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Terry Crews knows a thing or two about exercise and fitness. He keeps it simple thought, “You’re either getting better or getting worse, but never stand still. Ever.”

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