Taylor Lautner Workout Secrets Revealed

by Chris Cannon on November 20, 2009 · 4 comments

By Chris Cannon

Well, I had to put on some weight. And here I am, thirty pounds heavier”

 – Taylor Lautner

Do you want to learn the truth about Taylor Lautner’s workout?

Then keep reading…

With the release of The  Twilight Saga: New Moon, there has been a ton of media hype focused on heartthrob Taylor Lautner, the seventeen year-old actor who reprises his role as Native American (and werewolf) Jacob Black.

Much of the focus has been on Taylor Lautner’s workout and his incredible transformation adding massive muscle and ripped six pack abs.

Despite his strong performance in the original Twilight movie (2008), Lautner had to prove he could handle Jacob Black’s demanding physical transformations in the sequel. He worked out extensively over a nine-month period and gained thirty pounds of lean muscle mass.

As a result, Taylor’s workout and diet regime are being scrutinized by adoring fans, personal trainers, and the general public. The Internet is buzzing about the “Taylor Lautner Workout”, currently the most searched part of the Men’s Health website. You can easily do a search of various sources and find all the details on his workout.

For example, there’s the “general advice” like:

  • Pushing the heavy load limits with infrequent “tasting” sessions.
  • Volume variation in weight training.
  • Creating more resistance and tension for consistent muscle use.
  • Low to modest cardiovascular work while focusing on weight gain.
  • A Muscle Recovery Plan.
  • Balanced meals; daily caloric and nutritional goals.

And there’s the specifics:

But before rushing out on a “Just like Taylor Lautner” muscle-gaining crusade, ask yourself the following:

“Is Taylor Lautner’s short-term fitness, workout, and diet regime appropriate for me?”

Taylor Lautner was a scrawny 5’10”, 140 pound, sixteen year-old when he started his intense muscle building workouts. As a hardgainer, Lautner overcame very specific obstacles to massive muscle growth, thanks to a gifted trainer, full-time dedication to his muscle-packing goals, and his own genetic make-up.

Remember that Taylor was a naturally gifted athlete prior to becoming an actor. He was dedicated to the martial arts since childhood and became a world champion black belt by the age of twelve. Most fitness experts agree that Lautner’s innate metabolism rate, muscular density and core flexibility made him predisposed to accelerated, lean muscle mass growth.

And the monster six-pack that everyone wants…

Oh yeah, his youth helped a little.

These are some of the “little” details Hollywood insiders and fitness industry gurus don’t want you to know about.

Let’s face it…most of us are not Hollywood actors, professional athletes, or entertainers who must be in peak physical shape all year round. And we don’t have the convienant lifestyle of being able to workout for hours on end each day, or take multiple breaks throughout the day to workout. We often sit at desks 8-10 hours per day and lead what can best be defined as very sedentary lifestyles.

The life of Taylor Lautner (or any hollywood celebrity) is probably out of reach, but that does not mean that you cannot get healthier, set ambitious goals, and pack on the muscle mass to make you and those around you proud.

About the Author: Chris Cannon is Founder of the Free Muscle Building Tips website, where you can learn how to build muscle and go from hard gainer to hard body, guaranteed. To get more muscle building tips  just visit his website at http://www.FreeMuscleBuildingTips.com.

[Editor’s Comments:  To discover a realistic “Main Street” approach to packing lean muscle mass and six pack abs, even if you’re not the Hollywood type and being a teenage werewolf is not part of your plans, I highly recommend you check out No-NonSense Muscle Building by Vince DelMonte.

Vince teaches a proven system of how average people with limited amount of time can build massive amounts muscle and get ripped without spending hours in the gym.

Visit his site at No-NonSense Muscle Building to learn more.]

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Michele November 20, 2009 at 10:31 pm

Wow, I can’t believe that someone could bulk up like that so quickly. He got huge from one movie to the next. I can’t believe that Bella did not fall for him!?!? I know I would have or…have;). Well this is very motivating to see people whip into shape, just like Gerard Butler from 300. Wow another hottie, hello! I do remember seeing an interview with him and he said that he did do mini work outs on breaks and cuts (like you said Taylor did). I can’t do that as easily because my in breaks consist of driving and I am not sure of a work out I can do then.

2 tracey hutchs January 20, 2010 at 12:56 am

Really enjoyed the site 🙂

3 Cameron Rehm February 3, 2010 at 3:11 pm

Really great site that you have built good info thanks.

4 Waneta Baich March 6, 2010 at 4:08 pm

I love Twilight! I can barely wait for Twilight Eclipse! I’m so in love with taylor, lol.
I still think that the first film was the best, but New Moon def. wins in eye candy lol

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