Sunday, 8 December 2013

Re-Made in Chelsea

They are known for their luxurious and dramatic lifestyles, but the Made In Chelsea boys took on a four week health blitz with Uk men's fit magazine 'Men's Health' called RE - MADE in Chelsea. The title is very fitting and you will see why when you check out the before and after photos . Each character including Spencer Mathews, Oliver Proudlock, Andy Jordan and Alex Mytton had a different plan based on their goals and physiques and also had different trainers from the Men's health team. The majority of the guys were trying to cut down fat where Proudlock needed to gain size and muscle .

Men's Health Editor, Toby Wiseman, said: "We cut our usual six-pack challenge time down from six weeks to four which might not seem long to get into great shape but each one of our privileged stars has achieved incredible physical results.

"If these cash-rich, time-poor hedonists with impenetrable social calendars can get into the shape of their lives, anyone can."

                                    Spencer Mathews 

'I just want to look like an underwear model,' Spencer said. 'If I want something, I go for it.

His Meal Plan :

10am - Lean Turkey meat, 50 grams brown rice, peas, or spinach
11am – high protein snack such as biltong, if I was needing some energy
1pm - Kangaroo burger, 50 grams brown rice, steamed broccolli
4pm - Wild boar, brown rice (again) and some bok choi
7pm - I would often have fish for the last meal – and again some exotic selections like Barramundi fillet (200-300 gm), or swordfish steak (250 gm) not always with rice in the evenings but still with some steamed greens

An example of the Workout plan 

Start with 500m to 1000m row to warm up
Barbell Squats - four sets of eight 
In between each set do four sets of eight Wide Grip Pull Ups
Seated Cable Row – three sets of 10 reps
Walking Lunges – three sets of 10 
Barbell Bicep Curls – three sets of 10 reps
Leg Press – three sets of 12 reps
Flat Bench Press – four sets of eight reps
Sumo Deadlift with the barbell – four sets of eight reps
Incline Dumb Bell Chest Press – three sets of ten reps
Swissball Back Bridge and Leg Curl – three sets of ten reps
Dips – three sets of ten reps
Prone Ham Curls (single leg) – three set of 12

I was doing one hour a day six days a week, so it is do-able for anyone. My sessions were full body work outs with weights, starting with low reps at first and then building up high reps and bigger weights. I also tried to fit in three cardio sessions a week, a short run, swim or a bike ride but I didn’t always manage three.

                    Oliver Proudlock 

'I wanted abs, not bulk,' Proudlock said, and he certainly got that with the magazine admitting he managed to 'sculpt one of the best six-packs Men’s Health has seen.'

To check out the Full details Buy the current edition of Men's Health Uk 

Kelly D x

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