Edward Norton Workout Routine

Edward Norton Workout Routine, Physical Stats & Workout Tips

Born on August 18, 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA , Edward Norton is a renowned American actor, screen-writer, producer and movie director. His first film was Primal Fear(1996), and he moved on doing numerous movies in his career.

Few of his work, The Simpsons, The Bourne Legacy, Stone, The Incredible Hulk, Kingdom of Heaven, Keeping the Faith and many others. His work has been highly appreciated and has won him many nominations for his work for awards like Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor, Academy Award for Best Actor, Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama, BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actor and several others.

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Edward Norton’s workout for American History X is considered a good routine. He has a very lean, toned and defined body which shows his strength.

Edward Norton Physical StatsEdward Norton Height: 6′ 0″

Edward Norton Weight: 170 pounds

Edward Norton Workout Routine

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Edward Norton Workout Routine include following exercises:

2 sets of Pull-ups of 15 reps

4 sets of dead lifts of 15 reps

5 sets of push ups of 10 reps

5 sets of box jumps of 10 reps

5 sets of floor wipers of 10 reps

5 sets of single arm clean and press with kettle-bells of 10 reps

3-4 sets of Back hyperextensions of 10 reps

3-4 sets of Military press of 8-10 reps

3-4 sets of Squats of 6-8 reps

4 sets of chest press of 8-10 reps


Edward Norton Workout Tips

edward norton workout in american history x

  1. One must choose interval training for effective and good results.
  2. Avoid any kind of workout injuries. They will have bad effect on body and will be a hurdle in regular workout.
  3. The biggest mistake many guys do is doing large number of sets and and focusing on isolated movements, they do it for quick results but end up being caught in over training trap. It will not help you much indeed it will make you tired and unmotivated

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