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Robert Pattinson's Batman Workout & Diet Plan | Man of Many

Height: 6 foot 1 (185cm)
Weight: approximately 165-175 pounds (75-80kg)
Age: 34 years old
Occupation: actor, producer

Who is Robert Pattinson?

If there’s one thing to mention about Robert Pattinson’s workout history, it’s that while he has been in incredible shape for films like Twilight, the English actor has never held a significant amount of body mass. For the most part, Pattinson has a slim figure, generally sitting at around 165 pounds, which is light for his 6-foot-1 frame. In fact, back in 2013, Robert Pattinson spoke candidly about self-esteem, telling Esquire he suffered from body dysmorphia and ‘tremendous’ anxiety. “I don’t have a six-pack and I hate going to the gym,” he said. “I’ve been like that my whole life. I never want to take my shirt off. I’d prefer to get drunk.”

Robert Pattinson Diet and Nutrition Plan

For previous roles, Pattinson worked with celebrity trainers Harley Pasternak and Nathan Mellalieu, employing a series of military-style workouts. “My team only had a few weeks to get the cast ready before shooting began so we put them through three to four intense workouts per week,” Mellalieu told Esquire in 2013. “We tried to stick to this during the shoot so that each actor’s look would be consistent throughout the film, but it was tricky because everyone had different shooting schedules. With Robert Pattinson, we did lots of boxing drills, which helped created the lean, muscled look he has in New Moon. He has great hand speed and footwork and seemed to really enjoy the sessions. We also had all the actors doing functional exercises using little or no weight so they weren’t bogged down with too much bulk and could move athletically when filming a stunt.”

Robert Pattinson Batman Workout Routine

  • Run – 5-10km (3-6 miles) three to four times per week
  • Boxing – Three to five times per week
  • Cardio

  • Forward lunge – 5 sets of 12-15 reps
  • Reverse lunge – 5 sets of 12-15 reps
  • Squat & press – 3 sets of 10-12 reps
  • Burpee & snatch – 3 sets of 15 reps
  • Glute bridge – 3 sets of 15 reps
  • Weighted sandhill sprints – 5 hill-sprints
  • Military press – 5 sets of 12-15 reps
  • Strength: Military-Style Sandbag Routines

  • Cardio – five minute warm-up
  • Bicycle crunches – 3 sets of 25 reps
  • Dumbbell side bends – 3 sets of 25 reps
  • Double crunches – 3 sets of 25 reps
  • Superman exercises – 3 sets of 25 reps
  • Abdominal & Core Routine

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