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Michael Jai White Workout

Michael Jai White Workout



Michael Jai White has been featured in movies such as Spawn, The Dark Knight, and Universal Soldier 2. Michael Jai White has one of the best bodies in show business and since we've been seeing a lot of martial artists who have such lean bodies, obviously they know what they're doing. Michael does not believe in allowing his body to become used to any one routine. He thinks variety is the most important thing in which he makes sure his body doesn't adapt. Michael does a lot of freestyle martial arts moves in addition to other cardio activities. Michael Jai White's workouts last about four hours per day. He works out at home as well as in his local gym. He also works out in the park whenever possible as he enjoys working out in the open air.






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In order to keep his body fit and in perfect shape, Michael doesn’t use heavy weights during training but rather uses lighter weights with higher reps. Michael makes sure that he maintains speed being a martial artist, and thinks that the heavy weights will actually slow that speed down and make him less flexible. His livelihood depends on flexibility and speed, so you can see why. And Michael has one of the most jacked physiques ever, so if it ain't broke, don't fix it Michael.



Jai White was featured on this magazine cover for a reason. The
man is straight jacked!


Our Take:
 It's important to switch around your workouts and Jai White recognizes this. Your body is less likely to grow if you do the same workouts over and over again. It's important to provide it with a new stimulus as much as you can but you should do the same workout routines for a few weeks to build your strength from that workout. Heavy weights can certainly build some power and strength, not to mention some lean muscle mass. Muscle mass can slow you down so for this purpose it's important to stay lean to be more mobile. 











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