Tom Arnold Workout Plan Which Helped Him Lose 100 Lbs.

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Tom Arnold didn’t follow an average workout routine during his weight reduction Tom_On_TV transformation because he was constantly traveling and on the road because of this frantic schedule as a working performer and comic. (Check Out Tom’s Diet Strategy Here!)

For everyone who says that they do not have enough time to work out, they should pay really close attention to Tom’s workout routine because he was able to lose 100 pounds while traveling the world and performing as an actor and stand-up comedian.

Working out outside sucks at first, but then you are able to appreciate it. It is the diet that’s the most difficult part. Without Garcinia Cambogia, I never would have made it -Tom

Tom said that between having access to resort cardio equipment and superior body weight exercises from his exercise device it wasn’t a trouble sticking to his work out strategy.

Tom would just work out 4 times per week during his astonishing weight loss transformation- but he made sure to clean up his diet on days that he didn’t work out, and he was also quite aware of never missing 2 days in a row.

With this straightforward yet powerful strategy, Tom stuck to his 4 times a week workouts no matter how busy his schedule got. On long journey days he’d occasionally skip his work outs but would make certain to work out the following morning in the resort.

So what exactly was Tom’s workout routine like? Let us look at a sample week of Tom’s workout routine when he was traveling abroad during a comedy tour.

Monday: Resort Work Out

1. Rapid Speed Walking on an Incline Treadmill

Speed: 4.5 MPH Incline: 10.0 Duration: 15 Minutes

2. Body Weight Pushups until Failure

Sets: 3 Rest Between Sets: 90 Seconds

3. Light Jog on Treadmill

Speed: 6.0 MPH Incline: 0.0 Duration: 10 Minutes

Tuesday: Rest Day – Long filming day

Wednesday: Cardio Session on Film Set

On days when Tom would be stuck at set for long stretches of time he’d coordinate together with the manager and whenever he had a couple hours of rest time he’d jog for half an hour outside weather allowing, or return to his resort to do his cardio.

Thursday: Rest Day – Journey Day

Friday: Body Weight Work Out

Floor Abdominal Exercises for 15 Minutes (consisting of bike crunches, vertical leg crunch, and column holds)
Wall Sits Until Failure. Sets: 3 Rest Time: 2 Minutes
Pushups until failure Sets: 3 Rest Time: 2 Minutes

Saturday: Rest DaySunday: 1-Hour Bike Ride

On Sunday’s weather allowing Tom would have an extended bike ride and take a panoramic tour of the city. Since Sundays were typically a day off, this enabled Tom to get his exercise in and still learn more about the city.