Article Bookmarked
Bookmark Removed

The Terry Crews Workout


Oct. 3, 2014 Men's Fitness

If there’s one thing about Terry Crews that everybody can agree on, it’s that the man’s in nothing short of ridiculous shape—especially for a 46-year-old. Whether the actor is popping his pecs in Old Spice commercials or flexing his comedic chops on FOX’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, his build is a big part of his appeal. But his chest and arm workout, which he designed himself, is no laughing matter.

HOW IT WORKS

A former NFL linebacker, Crews draws on his athletic background in this routine. It features the power clean, an explosive exercise that builds total-body power; Crews also likes how it thickens his back and biceps. After the clean, he barrels through some standard bodybuilding exercises, focusing on his pecs, biceps, and triceps.

The results of Crews’ workout weren’t lost on his Expendables 3 co-stars, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone, who complimented his arm development. “I told everybody I knew,” says Crews. “I’m still working out today on that motivation alone.”

Read More on Men's Fitness

Gene Upshaw Player Assistance Trust Fund

Apply Today

All Resources

Tell Me More

COVID-19 Is Still Messing Up Our Sleep

Here's How to Sleep Better

Read More

Ultra-processed foods linked to heart disease, cancer, and death, studies show

Cooking and choosing natural foods can, quite literally, be life saving.

Read More

How to Lower Your Cholesterol Naturally

Fight a leading cause of death and disease.

Read More

Vitamin D supplementation

The vitamin's impact on depression and wellness.

Read More

Home prices decline at rates seen close to a decade ago

How much is the housing market tightening?

Read More

Fall Is the Season for Building Mindfulness and Resilience

Days get shorter and cooler, but that doesn't have to get us down.

Read More

A Guide to Becoming an Effective Leader

The 6 Traits of Every Successful Leader

Read More

How to Make Relationship Happiness Last

Reappraising conflict from a third-party perspective may preserve happiness.

Read More