10 Actors Who Got Incredibly Shredded For Marvel Movies

  • Actors in Marvel movies go through intense training regimes to achieve their superhero physiques.
  • The actors always work with personal trainers to help them reach their fitness goals.
  • The training includes various techniques such as weightlifting, high-intensity interval training, and specialized diets.
Aside from the myriad health benefits of regular workouts, actors becoming incredibly shredded for a Marvel movie comes with the territory of being a super-powered savior of humanity. While the MCU could stand to represent a few more body types, faithfully recreating the comic book heroes on the big screen often comes with the caveat of replicating their unfathomably chiseled physiques. While the wonders of CGI can go some way to aiding this, it is all the more impressive to see the results of an actor's real-world efforts.
Getting fit for a Marvel movie role isn't all about looks, however. Going toe-to-toe with droves of cannon fodder or some of the Marvel universe's most accomplished hand-to-hand combatants is an inherently vigorous activity that often requires some real-world preparation. The actors in this list, however, certainly went the extra mile, employing some of the world's foremost personal trainers and their myriad methods to get into the best shapes of their lives. After all, there aren't many roles that require the same level of fitness as super-humans and gods.
Exercise is healthy, but the punishing regimes that these professional actors put themselves through were done with the help of experts in a short timeframe. Replicating these results is practically impossible without their resources, and gaining the "superhero physique" should instead be carried out, mindfully, over a much longer span of time.
10 Tom Holland Had To Avoid Bulking Too Much First Appeared In Captain America: Civil War Of all the Avengers, Spider-Man is notable for being among the most lithe, meaning Tom Holland's goal for the role was to maintain a lean figure while avoiding too much bulk. This was the directive given to Holland's London-based personal trainer, George Ashwell, who aided Holland in gaining 7 kilograms of muscle mass in the space of 6 weeks while training for the role. Among his many applicable attributes, Holland's background in dance and gymnastics was incredibly conducive to this end, being one of the many Marvel actors more than capable of performing his own acrobatic stunts.
According to Ashwell, Holland's routine involved an at-home gym and a steady build-up to gaining this mass as his training took place during the course of filming for Spider-Man: Homecoming. The scene in which he changes out of his suit with Ned present is the culmination of his efforts, which entailed Tom Holland using an at-home versa climber and free weights to bulk out. Suffice it to say, thanks to Holland's active background, he took to the task like a spider-duck to water.


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