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Kevin Hart Workout Routine Research

Before we jump away to a different interview with Hart I want to stick to this quote he said earlier in the article:

“There aren’t any go-to workouts because they change every day,” says Hart. “It’s about getting up and knowing that I’m being active, that I’m staying truly committed to a goal that I signed up for, and a promise I made to myself.”

Switching over to Men’s Fitness we have this from Hart:

“MY DAY STARTS at 5:30.  When does yours?”

Which Men’s Fitness expands on themselves by saying:

Hart is all about “no excuses, no days off.” He won’t miss a training day, regardless of how much his line of work interferes with his routine, he says. Why? Living a healthy lifestyle makes you better, plain and simple.

Well, that really should make many of us stop and think for a second…

But, like I said before, we have a TON of information to filter through, so we’re going to segment over to The LA Times now.

Here’s a great question and an awesome answer from that interview:

LAT: On your YouTube videos, you do radical, extreme-fitness stuff that only elites do: Muscle-ups (a pull-up to and over-the-bar press up), flutter kicks (hanging from a bar and holding legs at a right angle and kicking them), sideways “clapping” push-ups. Why do you take it to that level?

KH: When I started working out 41/2 years ago, I realized that the more exercise you do, the more rewards you get. After all, what type of person do you want to be? Do you want to see results? I do, so I put in six or seven days of exercise a week. I have a trainer who works out with me every day at 5 a.m., for 30 to 90 minutes, and it’s his job to push me to the limit and try new things: CrossFit, high-intensity training, strength and conditioning, endurance. Every workout we compete against each other.

I’ve really gotten into running. I like 5Ks because it’s a number that everyone can relate to and everyone can finish. I’ve turned the 5K almost into a sprint for me now. My fastest time is about 18 minutes.

Oh, and I told you yoga was awesome.

Here’s how Hart answered one of his next questions:

LAT: What are you going to add next to turn up your fitness even more?

KH: Well, we’ve already turned up the intensity, the strength, the core, the cardio. The next frontier is flexibility: Yoga.

Thank god we already have a Jedi Path devoted to yoga that Coach Sam has numerous instructional videos for….

Alright, alright, alright!!!

But, before we go crazy, let’s get on making some workouts!

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Saturday: CrossFit WOD

On Saturday he chooses one of the below to perform. 

Here’s Kevin Hart’s CrossFit WOD routine: 

Workout:

Complete one of these Crossfit WODs (make sure to vary them):

 

1. “Helen”

1. Three rounds for time:

2. 400m run

3. 21 kettlebell swings at 53 pounds

4. 12 pullups (band-supported if needed)

 

2. “Eva”

Five rounds for time:

1. 800m run

2. 30 kettlebell swings at 70 pounds, if you can, er, swing it

3. 30 pull-ups (band-supported if needed)

 

4. “Fight Gone Bad”

Three rounds, one minute per exercise, with one-minute rest between rounds:

1. Wall balls at 20 pounds with 10-foot target

2. Sumo deadlift high-pull at 75 pounds

3. 20-inch box jumps

4. Push-press at 75 pounds

5. Rowing machine

 

6. “Newport Crippler”

For time:

1. 30 back squats loaded with your body weight equivalent

2. 1-mile run

 

7. “Karen”

For time:

1. 150 wall balls at 20 pounds with a 10-foot target (stopping before complete failure)

 

9. “Murph”

For time:

1. 1-mile run

2. 100 pull-ups

3. 200 pushups

4. 300 air squats

5. 1-mile run

 

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Kevin Hart Workout Day Six, Seven, and so on: CrossFit WOD

Warm Up:

Stretch

Workout:

Complete one of these Crossfit WODs (make sure to vary them):

“Helen”

Three rounds for time:    400m run 21 kettlebell swings at 53 pounds 12 pullups (band-supported if needed)

“Eva”

Five rounds for time: 800m run 30 kettlebell swings at 70 pounds, if you can, er, swing it 30 pullups (band-supported if needed)

“Fight Gone Bad”

Three rounds, one-minute per exercise, with one-minute rest between rounds: Wall balls at 20 pounds with 10-foot target Sumo deadlift high-pull at 75 pounds 20-inch box jumps Push-press at 75 pounds Rowing machine

 “Newport Crippler”

For time: 30 back squats loaded with your body weight equivalent 1-mile run

 “Karen”

For time: 150 wall balls at 20 pounds with 10-foot target (stopping before complete failure)

Target times: Level 1: 8:00-10:00 Level 2: 5:00-8:00 Level 3: 4:00-5:00 Elite: < 4:00

Summary 

Kevin Hart is one of the funniest American comedians and actors.

We all know that Kevin Hart is a talented comedian who can make anyone laugh. But his dedication to fitness is no laughing matter. The actor is renowned for motivating people to work out when he is on tours and by participating in health events constantly. 

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