Matt Bomer Workout

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Matt Bomer Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Matt Bomer Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Matt Bomer has built and maintained during his career. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!

Research process for celebrities/characters/etc:

When we are researching workouts for different anime characters, celebrities, cartoon characters, athletes, politicians, etc… We go through a fairly large deep dive into the data we can find available through books, movies, comic books, interviews, articles that have been written, and we often even reach out to contact the individuals to gather data if at all possible. Then using our education and knowledge we formulate workout information based on what the research and outreach information obtained.

Matt Bomer Stats:

Height: 6’0

Weight: (approximate) 176 lbs.

(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

Age: 42 years old

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Matt Bomer  Workout:

Matt Bomer Workout: Sample Workout Routine Schedule

Monday: Chest and Tricep Day

Tuesday: Legs, Calves and Core Day

Wednesday: Cardio and Recovery Day

Thursday: Shoulders, Traps and Core Day

Friday: Back and Biceps Day

Saturday: Off Day

Sunday: Off Day

Matt Bomer Workout: Chest and Tricep Day

Warm Up:

Walk 10 Minutes on an Incline

Workout:

Superset/Triset One:

1A: Bench Press

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1B: Dumbbell Bench Press

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1C: Pushups

5×10

Rest: 60 seconds

Superset/Triset Two:

2A: Incline Dumbbell Press

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

2B: Dumbbell Flye

5×10

Rest 0 Seconds

2C: Decline Dumbbell Bench Press

5×10

Rest: 60 Seconds

More Accessory:

Incline Bench Press

4×5

Rest: 90 sec.

Close-Grip Bench Press

4×12

Rest: 60 Sec.

Tricep Cable Pushdown

4×10

Rest: 60 Sec.

Bench Dips

3×25

Rest: 60 Sec.

Skull Crusher on Bosu Ball

3×12

Rest: 60 sec.

Matt Bomer Workout: Legs, Calves and Core Day

Warm Up:

Walk 10 Minutes on an Incline

Workout:

Superset/Triset One:

1A: Goblet Squat

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1B: Split Squat

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1C: Jumping Lunge

5×10

Rest: 60 seconds

Superset/Triset Two:

2A: Dip Machine Leg Pushdown

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

2B: Cable Pullthrough

5×10

Rest 0 Seconds

2C: Weighted Step Up

5×10

Rest: 60 Seconds

More Accessory:

Front Squat

4×5

Rest: 90 sec.

Seated Calf Raises

4×12

Rest: 60 Sec.

Leg Press

4×10

Rest: 60 Sec.

Calf Raise on Leg Press

3×25

Rest: 60 Sec.

Hanging Leg Raises

3×12

Rest: 60 sec.

Matt Bomer Workout: Cardio and Recovery Day

We’re revolving around training around a regular 4 day split, but you have a couple options here.

You can choose to get active with some sports, classes, or even just something outdoors like a hike; or you can add in some added cardio to really cut that fat.

Here’s some options of varied cardio you can utilize for a 45-60 minute session:

  • Treadmill
  • StairMaster
  • Elliptical
  • Rower
Matt Bomer Workout: Shoulder, Traps and Core Day

Warm Up:

Walk 10 Minutes on an Incline

Workout:

Superset/Triset One:

1A: Overhead Press

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1B: Upright Rows

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1C: Standing Front Raises

5×10

Rest: 60 seconds

Superset/Triset Two:

2A: Kettlebell Swings

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

2B: Single Arm DB Snatches

5×10

Rest 0 Seconds

2C: Plank to Push Ups

5×10

Rest: 60 Seconds

More Accessory:

Seated DB Press

4×5

Rest: 90 sec.

Barbell Shrugs

4×12

Rest: 60 Sec.

Hang Cleans

4×10

Rest: 60 Sec.

Sit Ups

3×25

Rest: 60 Sec.

Cable Crunches

3×12

Rest: 60 sec.

Matt Bomer Workout: Back and Bicep Day

Warm Up:

Walk 10 Minutes on an Incline

Workout:

Superset/Triset One:

1A: Deadlift

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1B: Bent Over BB Rows

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

1C: Chin-Ups

5×10

Rest: 60 seconds

Superset/Triset Two:

2A: Pulldown Machine

5×10

Rest: 0 Seconds

2B: Straight Arm Pulldown Cable

5×10

Rest 0 Seconds

2C: Wide Push Ups

5×10

Rest: 60 Seconds

More Accessory:

Single Arm DB Rows

4×5

Rest: 90 sec.

Wide Grip Lateral Pulldowns

4×12

Rest: 60 Sec.

Preacher Curls

4×10

Rest: 60 Sec.

Hammer Curls w/ Cable Rope

3×25

Rest: 60 Sec.

Concentration Curls

3×12

Rest: 60 sec.

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