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In today’s “How to Look Like A Superhero,” we’ll be checking out Gerard Butler’s routine in the movie, “300.” “Madness? THIS IS SPARTA!” screams King Leonidas before he kicks a Persian messenger into a 10,000 pit that happens to exist on the edge of town. 300: A movie for the manly man. The movie 300 is probably one of the most manliest movies ever made. It’s full of action, special effects and violence.

Watching this testosterone-filled macho movie, you can literally see the blood spatter against the big screen, while you enjoy the amazing Spartan battles. And of course, The Award of The Manly Man goes to Gerard Butler. Episode 861: How To Look Like Gerard Butler in the Movie 300 by Steve Kamb of Nerd Fitness on Movie Star Fitness & Workouts Steve Kamb started exercising back in high school without really knowing what he was doing. Through high school and college, he made every training mistake known to man and got zero results.

Use the best beard trimmer to style it by shaping the side hair on your face in a square shape, just like the short boxed style. Keep the below pictures of Gerard Butler (300 Movie fame) handy and shape your beard until you achieve the desired spartan beard. 300 Behind The Scenes The Spartans (2006) Gerard Butler Movie HD What did Spartans really look like? Duration: 3:14. (2006) Gerard Butler Movie HD Duration: 3:02. FandangoNOW. Watch 300 Star Gerard Butler Channel King Leonidas in Rousing Sparta Speech.

Actor Gerard Butler brings back the iconic line from 300 to. Gerard Butler 300 Workout Gerard Butler says: I wanted to look really strong. I’ve seen so many actors play these kinds of roles, and you see all this equipment on either a big belly or skinny little arms. To become King Leonidas, Gerard Butler.

I was watching the movie ‘P.S. I love you’ that had Hillary Swank and Gerald Butler in it. This was also released in 2007 and he looks almost malnourshed in the movie..someone told me it was a good movie.

They were wrong. I didn’t like it. Gerard Butler 300 Diet. The Gerard Butler 300 diet consisted of what the typical Spartan Diet of the day would have been. They wanted the actors to look like the real thing.

By barely eating enough for recovery, they gained well-fined abs and musculature. The Spartan diet, along with some other sources of lean protein, included: cottage cheese. 300 is a 2006 American epic period action film based on the 1998 comic series of the same name by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley.Both are fictionalized retellings of the Battle of Thermopylae within the Persian Wars.The film was co-written and directed by Zack Snyder, while Miller served as executive producer and consultant.

It was filmed mostly with a superimposition chroma key.

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The subtle clothes set off his lean good looks: pale skin, thick dark brows, close-cropped black hair, and trim, glossy black beard and mustache.

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I wanted to look like him, with his hair combed that way and his lean build and his unique

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He looks the same as always, simple clothes, short brown hair, just a hint of gold eyeliner.

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So he did many things to achieve that look — from his costumes to his face, exercising and dieting.

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Just look like him.

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Tight blue jeans and a denim shirt, at times unbuttoned, are his uniform throughout the film.

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just be; you don’t see the seams in his acting, he just is that character.

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In The Conqueror he is made up to look Asian, with altered eyes, darkened skin, a black wig, and medieval Mongolian wardrobe.

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Using an actor’s own wardrobe is an inexpensive way to obtain clothes that fit.

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You have to come into his trailer that day, you have to show him what he’s worn in other scenes in a photograph.

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  • Look at all this hard work these men put themselves through while Brie Larson won’t even exercise at all for her role in “Captain” Marvel. Flat, pancake butt anyone? No thanks.

  • This film inspired me to look into this battle in more depth, So i went to the actual Battlefield at Thermopylae, Mainland Greece to check it out and i’m glad i did too.. Here’s the video of my trip:

  • Why was this the only cool movie besides gladiator? Everything now n days sucks. Doesn’t have that masculine feel that makes u wanna fight someone after seeing the movie…

  • I love to Volunteer this gym for a week I’ve done cross fit for two years now I’ve been going down the wrong road eating bad I’ve gain back a bit of weight I use to be 225 then 175 now I’m in 185 I’ve gain quite a bit work out ain’t the hard part nutrition is the hardest part it’s like a drug

  • I feel like I’ve hit road block with my workout I always do same workout at home push ups sit ups chin ups pull ups bicep curls what else is there

  • Wow……. For all the negative commenters down below… Aren’t you tired of being miserable assholes.. here is an actor that has worked his ass off to perform in this movie and you still are negative. great job Gerard Butler. Whatever movie I’ve ever seen you in and I’ve seen almost everything you’ve done you’re one of these actors that dives into the character. Thank you so much for entertaining us, and well really doing your job. I love you for that, ����������������������

  • Shame on those who made this false movie. Shame on those who ridiculed the great achaemenid empire. Shame on those who insulted my country. Shame on those who ridiculed king Xerxes. Shame on envy people who could not understand the wisdom of the IRANIANS. I am proud that I am an Iranian and I’m proud of my predecessors and my civilization. A civilization that justice is known for all time. And feel so sorry for low-minded people like zack snyder.

  • Just got my home GYM together. Got it nearly three months ago for New Year resolutions, but when I started to put it together my lower back went. Two desks started wrap around my nerves. Lost movement in my legs and toes. And nearly lost control of my bowel and bladder and the surgeon’s taught there was a cancerous mass too. WTF! Anyway got back walking two weeks ago and finished it. Now Im gonna tiptoe my way over the next two years to lean (hopefully). We all get knocked back but you gotta keep trying. Hopefully we can make it out of this mess were all in. Dont take the little things for granted; they are the big things. Keep on rocking!!!

  • Why do they suffer like a chained animal if only diet(90%) and thrice a week strength training is the only key for getting a good chiseled body.I know most of you guys out there would say you are a fatass keyboard warrior.My reply to you “No guys I have been through all these hardships and know exactly whats makes the real difference to get to that physique.

  • I don’t think this is a work out for older guys, say mid 40’s and up. Think I’ll stick to my moderate weight lifting twice a week, and walking and cardio machines in addition to my Tai Chi and Kung fu drills. What I seen in the video was more of what we did in book camp in the Marines, many years ago.