repeat for nine reps, then eight, and then so on down to one rep each.
Without a doubt, everyone has had some injuries, at some point.
It’s usually about 3/4 of the way through when the injuries start to come in, when the body is starting to get tired and the physical exertion is pushing the body to a limit where you’re starting to put that stress on your body.
We train together a lot, and I train with my stunt double a lot. Aside from Spartacus (where he plays the role of a badass gladiator named Gannicus), his other TV projects include the drama series Satisfaction where he stripped to his briefs.
, a prequel to the original hit series, one winner emerged: Dustin Clare, an acclaimed Australian star making his U. “We wanted to burn a lot of calories to reveal the actors’ abs, while also teaching them to realistically handle their weapons when it came time to film a fight scene,” says Poppleton.
On set, we have a small gym set up with bars, kettlebells, sandbags, and a Swiss ball. We need to stay flexible and strong to do the kind of fighting we do on set." Clare's favorite technique he's picked up while becoming a gladiator? Pick eight to 10 exercises—one for every major muscle group—and do them as a circuit.
Perform 10 reps the first time through and then rest 30 to 60 seconds."While the film’s backdrop is a broken Christchurch city, there is a strong theme of hope and rebuilding,” co-writer, producer and director Michelle Joy said.“We want to shoot many of Christchurch’s undamaged areas, and attractions, and aim to showcase Christchurch as a city with unique potential."It really helped out the actors to have the right options readily available," says Clare."It gives you a really big advantage over having to do it all on your own." Once filming began, the crew spent their downtime focusing on maintaining their gains.is a member of the following lists: New Zealand people of Irish descent, New Zealanders of Irish descent and New Zealand television actors. Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions.