‘To All the Boys’ Star Ross Butler Shares His Chest and Back Workout Split – menshealth.com

Ross Butler, the actor best known for his roles in 13 Reasons Why, the To All the Boys films, and Shazam, doesn't take his workout routine lightly. Even when it's not easy to get into a normal gym.

He invited the MH crew to the empty Dogpound gym in L.A. to walk us through a typical upper body training session using the principles that he's employed to stay in shape throughout the last year in quarantine. He uses a particular protocol to pack in more work to his sessions than he would if he spent his time just hammering one single body part. "I'm splitting my muscle groups up into two a day," he says. "Today'a a chest and back day, so I'm just keeping it light."

This is a solid strategy for anyone looking for more effective training sessions. Since he's focused on two opposing muscle groups, Butler would be able to cut down his rest periods without compromising performance if he chose to use a superset protocol and perform each exercise back-to-back.

If you want to give the workout a try, you'll need some dumbbells and resistance bands, but that's about it. You can introduce supersets by alternating reps between the 'A' and 'B' exercises. "It's not super easy, but it's all stuff you can do at home," Butler says. "It's challenging, and that's the biggest part."

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3 sets of 10 reps

3 sets of 10 reps

3 sets of 5 standard reps, 5 paused reps

3 sets of 10 reps

3 sets of 10 reps

3 sets of 10 reps

3 sets of 10 reps per side

1 set to failure

3 sets of 10 reps

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