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Kevin Hart, Workout Maniac

By Mike Krumboltz | May 6, 2015 | Rally Health

Here’s something you may not know: Kevin Hart is ripped. Really ripped.

In fact, if they ever decide to make another 300 movie, we hereby nominate Hart for a lead role. He could be the comic relief warrior with fabulous abs.

OK, so maybe our idea is a stretch, but there is no arguing that Hart, Rally Health’s first Health Ambassador, takes his workouts very seriously.

Hart told People magazine that he works out for 60 to 90 minutes at least six days a week (he takes every other Sunday off). As for his routine — it’s a little bit of everything.

Running doesn’t come easy to him, but he does between two and three miles per day on the treadmill. CrossFit and weights also play a large role.

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Just take a look at his Twitter and Facebook pages for proof. It seems like every other post is about going to the gym. But that’s not to say the man is bragging. Read between the muscles and you’ll see his motive is to encourage his fans. The message (and we’re paraphrasing here): Work hard at everything you do, including improving your physique.

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Clearly, Hart is a man who walks the walk. Here’s an Instagram shot he shared with his followers just as his workout ended. We’re not sure what’s going on with the socks, but other than that, bravo, sir.

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So, what’s the goal in lifting weights and working out? Is he planning on picking a fight with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? Well, not really. But he does want something The Rock has: more leading man roles.

In another post, Hart explains his thoughts on the power of personal branding. If you want to land the lead role, you gotta look the part. In other words, it’s just like your dad told you when you were getting ready for your first interview: Dress for the job you want, not the one you have.

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But it’s not just about looking good, Hart writes. It’s also about looking good for that special somebody. Here’s what he wrote after his fiancée, Eniko Parrish, complimented her “little muscle man.”

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Mike Krumboltz
Rally Health