Nerd Fitness - "How to Look Like 'Famous Celebrity' in 'Big Action Movie!'”


“How to look like James Bond in Casino Royale!”

“The Taylor Lautner Twilight Workout!”

“Exactly how Scarlett Johansson got in shape for the Avengers!”

These articles are fun to read.  They sell magazines.  They turn heads, grab your attention, and give you a plan to follow so that you can look just like your favorite celebrity in your favorite movie.  And it’s easy to see why.  I’d be lying if I said I didn’t wish I looked like Ryan Reynolds in Blade:Trinity.  I’m sure any lady reading this site would love to look like Scarlett Johansson in The Avengers or Jessica Biel in Blade:Trinity.

After years of running this site (and even a few years studying a few of these famous actors and their routines), I’ve finally cracked the code.

I want to share the secret with you – this will allow you to look like any celebrity or actor you choose, provided you’re willing to follow the things below step by step.  Miss just one and you’re going to come up short and disappointed.

Ready? Let’s do it.

Have really good genes

This one is probably the most important, so make sure you spend the most time picking quality genes for yourself. Think Super Macho Man or Lara Croft genes.

Some people acquire fat easily, while others will always struggle to put on any kind of weight (including muscle), and thus neither is truly desirable.

If you are a gentleman, then you need to make sure you pick a dad that can put on muscle incredibly easily. You want to choose genes that allow you to just look at weights and get bigger.

If you are a lady, then you’ll want to pick a mom that happens to be one of the genetic darlings who can eat whatever she wants and retain an incredibly low body fat percentage, while still managing to have an incredible figure.

Do everything you can to pick good parents, a lot is riding on those genetics!

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For more from this blogger, check out an interview with Steve Kamb on a previous episode of Biology of the Blog.