Friday, September 21, 2012

How Josh Hutcherson Is Getting In Shape To Play Peeta In 'Catching Fire'!

Josh Hutcherson was kicked into shape!

Josh underwent a major 12 week fitness training, according to Men's Fitness.

According to the site, "Hutcherson cut his stocky physique with five hour-long workouts a week—which included one league basketball game and four Strom-led, circuit-style gym sessions.

“'I call them mash-ups,' says Strom. 'We go from one body part to the next to the next, incorporating four or five exercises per circuit.'

"Each session would typically include two fresh mash-ups—combining exercises from different disciplines, like TRX, pliometrics, and BOSU Ball workouts—performed four times, resting only after the entire circuit was complete."

For more information about Josh's exercise and nutrition plan, click here!


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