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Are Shin Splints a Problem for Taylor Lautner Since He Trains so Hard?

Taylor Lautner uses intense cardio and circuit training to keep himself ripped. Whenever he spends time running or sprinting he could very well end up with shin sprints, and has probably experienced them several times in his life. Has anyone heard any reports of Taylor getting shin splints? I know I did when I was training for 5k races and running interval sprints to try to get real…


Added by Project Swole on January 24, 2011 at 8:26am — 1 Comment

For All You Guys Trying to Get Buff Like Taylor: How to Tell if You Are Over Trained

Overtraining is not good. Once you are overtrained you can end up plateauing or regressing in your training progress.

Taylor Lautner, every Twifan's favorite Werewolf, has spoken of overtraining in several interviews back when New Moon came out. At one point he was training so much that he actually started to lose weight even though he was eating a ton of food and training like Arnold.

If you are trying to jack yourself up like… Continue

Added by Project Swole on July 21, 2010 at 11:51am — No Comments

Taylor's Twilight Eclipse Workout

With Twilight: Eclipse coming out on June 30th, it is time once again to examine the developments in the physique of our buddy Taylor Lautner, and to figure out how he puts on muscle mass so quickly.

This time around he is rumored to have added an additional 10 lbs of muscle. Judging by some of the pictures I’ve seen so far, I would believe he gained an additional 5-10 lb of muscle, although by this time I would expect him… Continue

Added by Project Swole on June 21, 2010 at 2:14pm — 2 Comments

Werewolf Training for Muscle Gains - Gain 30 Pounds of Muscle Just Like Taylor Lautner / Jacob Black from Twilight: New Moon

I just had to let you guys know about this workout routine based on Taylor Lautner's muscle gains for New Moon. After many hours of research and preparation, this routine was put together to most accurately mimic what Taylor did to gain 30 pounds of muscle in a year.

Taylor basically worked out 5 days a week, lifted heavy but also varied his reps to avoid plateaus, changed up his planes of motion, and ate like a pig. You can do that too.

See the routine here:… Continue

Added by Project Swole on January 7, 2010 at 10:30am — 5 Comments



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