How To Get A Body Like Jason Statham
4 training tips from Jason Statham
On training alone
I’ve built a gym in my garage and I’ve been training on my own, training smart. I’ve been separating the different kinds of training I’m into. I do a lot of mobility work, then I do fight training – martial arts, boxing – then I do strength and conditioning. Basically, how I feel when I get up is how I train. It’s all about being a good listener of your own body.
Once you start getting fit, it’s one of the best motivators in the world because you start feeling the results. The weight starts to fall, you get a bit lighter, you start moving around… there’s nothing better than that feeling. Necessity motivates me. I’ve been hired to do a job and I’ve gotta take my shirt off. So I’m fine on my own. My gym in the garage is a great little place.
I used to have more of a Ricky Hatton approach. You’d get so isolated doing these films that you’d think, ‘Fuck, I’m not eating another chicken breast and fucking broccoli.’ You come out and you go 10 pints of lager and do the things that you’re familiar with. I did that for years and years and your body’s good at buffering that kind of abuse. But the older you get, the smarter you get. I don’t do that now. I’m much, much fitter than I’ve ever been. I eat cleanly, because it’s just smart to do that.
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