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Terry Crews Workout Routine

Terry Crews' Workout Routine & Diet

Terry Crews is a former American football player turned actor, who became well-known for his roles in several popular television sitcoms and game shows besides films. Crews played in the ‘National Football League’ as a defensive end and linebacker.

After retiring from NFL in 1997, he gained some weight from emotionally eating burgers and had to join a gym to shed those extra pounds and improve his fitness.

The ‘Time’ magazine included him in the list of people named ‘Person of the Year’ in 2017 for his courage in sharing with the public his experience of sexual assault.

Within this article, we’ll discuss Terry Crews’ workout routine and diet, as well as the different supplements he takes.

 

Current Stats

Height: 6’3 – 190 cm 

Weight: 245 lb – 111 kg 

Age: 50 years old 

Birthday: 30th of July, 1968

Birthplace: Flint, Michigan

Accolades: NAACP Image Awards, “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series”, 2016

 

Workout Principles

Within Terry Crews’ routines, he normally focuses on 9-12 exercises every time he works out. If you look at the routines below you will see that he also works a lot with Cardio workout. On Sundays, he has a day he can choose between having a day of training or cardio.

 

Terry Crews’ Workout Routine

Terry Crews likes to work out in the morning because he thinks it has a calming effect. When he prepared his role in Expendables, he included challenging free-weight exercises like power cleans, deadlifts, and squats that help in increasing his strength and muscle mass.

He trained 5-6 days a week and used half-an-hour of cardio exercises for warming up.

Here is Terry Crews’ workout routine:

 

Monday: Arms, Shoulder, Abs, and Cardio

Within this workout routine, Jackman performs 12 exercises, but for a total of 4 sets.

Here is Terry Crews’ arms, shoulder, abs, and cardio routine: 

1. Upright Barbell Row (sets: 1, reps: 5-6)

2. Power Clean (sets: 1, reps: 5-6)

3. Romanian Deadlift (sets: 1, reps: 6)

4. Romanian Deadlift (sets: 1, reps: 6)

5. Front Dumbbell Raise (sets: 1, reps: 10)

6. Arnold Dumbbell Press (sets: 1, reps: 10)

7. Side Lateral Raise (sets: 1, reps: 10)

8. Reverse Flyes (sets: 1, reps: 10)

9. Hammer Curls (sets: 4, reps: 10, rest: 30 sec)

10. Crunches (sets: until failure, rest: 30 sec)

11. Hanging Leg Raise (sets: until failure, rest: 30 sec)

12. Running on Treadmill (30 min, 3.5 mi at 7 mph)

 

Tuesday: Back and Cardio

On Tuesday, Terry Crews targets back and cardio. There are 8 different exercises within Crews’ back workout.

Here is Terry Crews’ back and cardio routine: 

1. Barbell Deadlift (sets: 4, reps: 10, 8, 6, 4, rest: 30 sec)

2. Pull Ups (sets: 4, reps: 10, 8, 6, 4, rest: 30 sec)

3. Rocky Pull Ups/Pulldowns (sets: 1, reps: 15, rest: 30 sec)

4. Side-to-Side Chin Ups (sets: 1 and reps: 6, both right and left side; sets: 1 and reps: 3, middle)

5. Reverse-Grip Bent-Over Rows (sets: 4, reps: 10, rest: 30 sec after each set)

6. Smith Machine Bent-Over Row (sets: 4, reps: 10, 8, 6, 4, rest: 30 sec after each set)

7. Seated Cable Rows (sets: 4, reps: 10, rest: 30 sec after each set)

8. Running on Treadmill (30 min, 3.5 mi at 7 mph)

 

Wednesday: Cardio

On Wednesday, Crews performs a cardio routine. He performs 1 exercise where he runs on a Treadmill for 45 min.

Here is Terry Crews’ cardio routine: 

1. Running on Treadmill (45 min, 5 mi at 7 mph)

 

Thursday: Chest, Arms, Abs, and Cardio

On Thursday, Crews performs a chest, arms, abs and cardio routine with 9 exercises.

Here is Terry Crews’ chest, arms, abs and cardio routine: 

1. Power Clean and Jerk, 4 sets of 6 reps

2. Barbell Bench Press, 4 sets of 8-10 reps

3. Incline Bench Press, 4 sets of 8-10 reps

4. Dumbbell Flys, 4 sets of 10 reps

5. Biceps Curls, 4 sets of 10 reps

6. Bar Dips, 2 sets of 10 reps

7. Pushups, 4 sets of 15 reps

8. Leg Raises, 4 sets of 6-8 reps

9. Treadmill running for 30 minutes (3.5 miles at 7mph)

 

Friday: Legs, Abs, Triceps and Cardio

On Friday, Crews performs legs, abs, triceps routine. He performs 9 exercises but for a total of 4 sets each.

Here is Terry Crews’ legs, abs, triceps and cardio routine: 

1. Barbell Squat (sets: 4, reps: 10, 8, 6, 4, rest: 30 sec after each set)

2. Leg Press (sets: 4, reps: 10)

3. Standing Calf Raises (sets: 4, reps: 10)

4. Hack Squat (sets: 4, reps: 10)

5. Close Grip Barbell Bench Press (sets: 4, reps: 10, 8, 6, 4, rest: 30 sec)

6. Leg Extensions (sets: 4, reps: 10, rest: 30 sec)

7. Crunches (sets: until failure, rest: 30 sec)

8. Hanging Leg Raise (sets: until failure, rest: 30 sec)

9. Running on Treadmill (30 min, 3.5 mi at 7 mph)

 

Saturday: Cardio

Again, on Saturday he focuses on Cardio.

Here is Terry Crews’ cardio routine: 

1. Running on Treadmill (30 min, 3.5 mi at 7 mph)

 

Sunday: Optional Day Off or Cardio

On Sunday, he has an optional day off or Cardio where he can choose.

Here is Terry Crews’ cardio routine: 

1. Running on Treadmill (30 min, 3.5 mi at 7 mph)

 

Terry Crews Diet

Terry Crews is known to use intermittent fasting for keeping his body impressive enough at the solid age of 50.

He takes vitamins and amino acids thrice a day. He only eats between 2pm and 10pm on any given day, which means that he is effectively ‘fasting’ for 16 hours a day.

Here is Terry Crews’ diet: 

Meal 1:

  • Apple
  • Vitamin shakes

Meal 2:

  • Protein shake

Meal 3:

  • Granola
  • Yogurt

Meal 4:

  • Chicken
  • Salad
  • Omelet
  • Bacon
  • Protein shake

Meal 5:

  • Protein shake

Meal 6:

  • Chicken breast

Supplements

Terry Crews uses the following supplements to help fuel his gains:

  • Green Tea
  • Aminolast
  • Protein Shakes

 

Summary

Terry Crews is a big boy. We all have seen some big dudes like Dwayne Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, and Jason Momoa but his great physique gives them all a run for their money. Oh, and he’s pushing 50!

What do you think about Terry Crews’ workout routine and diet? Leave a comment below.

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