Tom Holland didn’t need to be very strong to become Spider-Man. When Peter Parker was a teenager, he could jump from building to building and hang on spider webs, but he didn’t spend much time at the gym. But the 24-year-old actor had to work hard to get ready for his new movie, Uncharted, and we’re not talking about his acting.
Ruben Fleishcehe gets up at 2 a.m. to train) decided to help Holland get in shape to play Nathan Drake. And it looks like everything is going well because a few days ago, the British actor posted a photo on Instagram in which he shows off his impressive new abs, which are the result of his new routine.
Mark Wahlberg is twice as old as Tom Holland, but he is already fit, so he was the right person to help the actor get in shape. Holland is reportedly already in talks for 6 more Spider-Man movies.
“When you train with Mark, you have to try to keep up with him,” the main character of Uncharted said in an Instagram photo where he was showing off his new accomplishments and something like that has to be presumed.
Even though Holland was destined to be Spider-Man, the Marvel Effect, which changed Kumail Nanjiani’s body, didn’t skip him), he is now in his best shape thanks to the brutal training that Mark Walhlberg made him do for the movie, which should come out in 2021 if everything goes well this one also suffered delays due to the pandemic.
Tom Holland routine transformation in Uncharted:
According to Men’s Health, Tom Holland‘s exercise routine is inspired by the routine with which Mark Wahlberg manages to look like this at 49 years old, and it’s brutal.
- Overhead grip band supine (lying down) – 2 to 3 minutes
- Hip bridges with separate bands: 1 to 2 minutes
- Push -ups for mountain climbers: 2 to 3 minutes
- VersaClimber – 2 to 3 minutes
Exercise routine inspired by Mark Wahlberg
- Dumbbell floor press to dead beetles: 3 sets of 12 to 20 reps
- Single Leg RDL Band – 3 sets of 12-20 reps
- Farmer’s Walk: 50 to 100 yards
- Kettlebell deadlift : 3 sets of 12-20 reps
- Unilateral Kneeling Overhead Press : 3 sets of 12-20 reps
- Figure 4 stretch – 2 to 3 minutes
- Battle Ropes : 5 rounds of 30 seconds of exercise, 30 seconds of rest
- Sled Push : To Fatigue
- Push-ups : 20-30 reps
- Walking Lunges : 15-20 reps per leg
- Pull-ups : until fatigue
- Crunches : 15-20 reps
Workout A – push (chest, shoulder, triceps)
- Incline Dumbbell Press – 4 sets / 4-6 reps
- Dumbbell flat press – 2 sets / 6-8 reps
- Dumbbell Shoulder Press – 3 sets / 6-8 reps
- Overhead triceps extension- 4 sets / 10-12 reps
- Lateral Raises : 5 sets / 10-12 reps
- Weighted Cable Crunch : 3-5 sets / 10-12 reps
Workout B – legs / calves
- Deadlift – 5 sets / 4-6 reps
- Reverse Dumbbell Lunges – 3 sets / 8-10 reps per leg
- Leg Press – 3 sets / 8-10 reps
- Leg extensions : 3 sets / 10-12 reps
- Calf Raise (any variation) – 5 sets / 10-15 reps
Workout C – back / biceps / abs
- Weighted pull-ups : 3 sets / 4-6 reps
- Barbell Row – 3 sets / 6-8 reps
- Barbell Curls : 3 sets / 8-10 reps
- Alternate Hammer Curls : 3 sets / 8-10 reps each arm