Daniel Craig Workout Routine

Daniel Craig

English actor Daniel Craig started his journey as an actor on stage and made his debut on the big screen some time in the 1990s. Though he’s had several roles as a cinametic actor throughout the 1990s, it was only in the 2000s that Daniel truly gained recognition among widespread audiences, beginning with major Hollywood feature films like Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Road to Perdition. This significant exposure led him to land roles in Layer Cake and Munich. However, it was his role as James Bond in Casino Royale that garnered him international prominence. Him being the choice to replace Pierce Brosnan for the said role first created skepticism in the movie industry but he proved everybody wrong when he delivered an exemplary performance as James Bond. The role even earned him a BAFTA award nomination for Best Actor. He has since reprised his role in Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and the recently released Spectre. He’s also best known for his lead role in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Cowboys & Aliens.

47-year-old actor is now known as the latest James Bond and thus far he’s proven as equally charismatic as the previous actors who had played the part. As expected for a man to play the legendary role, Daniel is fit and looks amazing for his age. His body is lean and super toned. He’s also strong and agile that he plays his James Bond character effectively. To fulfill his incredible physique, Daniel not only watches his diet carefully, he also abides by a regular training program. In an interview, the actor said: “I needed to get as fit as I possibly could [for Quantum of Solace]. Although I was big and muscled last time [for Casino Royale], I was actually not as fit as I am now.”

He normally starts his week on a Monday with a power circuit training. The rest of the week is for his chest, arms, shoulders, legs, and other key muscle groups in addition to targeted training. For the power circuit training on Mondays, he performs 7 muscle-blasting moves and 3 circuits of 10 reps each. The remainder of the week consists of performing 4 sets of 10 reps each. On the weekend, Daniel relaxes a little but he still does some cardio and stretching as simple as swimming and running.

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