Adrianne Palicki Diet and Workout Routine and How she prepared Lady Jaye in action movie flick G.I. Joe: Retaliation? Recently Adrianne Palicki’s diet and workout secrets revealed to shape magazine. Now let’s look into it.
It’s really hard work, Adrianne Palicki admitted that she had done quite a lot of work that she even cried of the intense training.
“We had to do gun training and weapons training, stunt training and muscle-building training. It was a lot of work in the beginning, I would come home crying because we’re all working 10 hours a day, running around with guns, and cry myself to sleep. “
Aaron Williamson, Adrianne Palicki’s trainer and bodybuilder said it took 1 month to prepare for the movie to get a lean and sleek look. Overall she has to do high intense daily workout like driving, weapon training and running…
Cardio strength training. High intensity cardio strength training is essential for her role, usually they would do the training from 45 to 75 mimutes per day, 4-5 days in a week and it’s really tough!
It was common for Adrianne to also finish with 30 minutes of cardio post workout, Or on our off days, she’d hit the pavement for her own cardio session, running until her shoes fell apart!
Adrianne Palicki Diet:
Adrianne’s diet is easy to plan because she is big into greens, which benefits a lot for the body
Eating green is amazing for your body on so many levels… even down to the cellular level.
She has strict nutrition intaken plan and understands her daily needs of protein, carbs and fats.
Williamson also listed 2 basic outlines of Adrianne’s workouts.
Adrianne’s workouts secrets
Adrianne Palicki’s G.I. Joe: Retaliation Workouts routine
How to do it: Do a set of each move in 1 circuit without any rest, then rest 1 to 2 mimutes, repeat it 2 or 3 more times.
1. 20 roll-ups
2. 20 kettlebell squats
3. 15-20 side-to-side pushups
4. 20 side kicks on bag per leg
5. 12-15 TXR rows
6. 20 walking lunges with oblique twist (10 each leg)
7. 30 medicine-ball slams, explosive
8. 12-15 dumbbell push presses
9. Battle ropes using Tabata method (20 seconds at max effort, 10 second rest, repeat for 4 minutes)
How to do it: Begin by 10 minute warm-up jogging on the treadmill. 1 circuit without any rest, then rest for 1 minute and repeat for up to 4 times. The circuits should be performed with dumbbells or holding dumbbells.
1. Squat with push press
2. Plank row (wide stance for stability)
3. Hip drive and swing (like a kettlebell swing)
4. Squat to row
5. Shoulder complex (side lateral raise to front raise)
6. Squat jumps
8. Sumo deadlift
9. Walking lunges with glute kickback (10 each leg)
10. Triangle pose (5 each side)
11. Burpees (no dumbbells)