Coronavirus is here, and it has become difficult for everyone to stay in peak physical condition, especially when the gyms are closed.
However, Dolph Lundgren has started working out at home.
Obviously, fitness is everything for him, and he has found out a solution to this.
Dolph Lundgren has some amazing tips to make things super easier for those who are confined in the home.
Lundgren is the biggest star of Hollywood and known for its better performance.
From the time he put on boxing gloves to play thrilling Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, fans have been admiring him for his amazing performances and, of course, for his physique too.
At the age of 62, he still looks bulk and play roles in The Expendables, and also in TV’s Arrow.
Dolph Lungren is super conscious when it comes to a great physique.
He hit hard in the gym because he cannot compromise on his physique.
But for the last couple of months, due to global crises, it has become tough for him to stay in his shape because the gyms have been shut down.
To stay in his shape, he is now following some of the biggest Hollywood stars and is finding out the ways to workout at home instead.
Well, that doesn’t seem to be a big problem, as Dolph has shown on his recent Instagram post.
He was able to manage that tough workout plan to stay physically fit.
Staying fit and maintaining my muscle mass during these hard times?? All you need for this workout is a resistance tube and a mini band.
He has broken down his plan in different parts. Here you can find his workout breakdown.
Undoubtedly, this one is the most challenging workout plans form Dolph Lundgren.
The current time is super difficult, not for the Dolph Lundgren but people all over the world.
He has done an amazing job exposing the best ways to workout without the gym.
Also, check Martyn Ford Home workout during the quarantining.
Reda is an ACE Certified Nutritionist, Brazilian jiu-jitsu purple belt and bodybuilder with 11 years of experience. He's been published on many influential websites such as lifehack.org, Wealthy Gorilla, Good Men Project and more.