Sterling K. Brown Explains His “No Gym” Workout | Train Like A Celebrity | Men’s Health

(upbeat music) – If you shower quick you can work off that last five minutes a different way. – What up guys. Sterling K.Brown here and for Men’s Health. Every once in a while
you know your boy’s gotta come out of his top and try to do something to keep it tight right? Every once in a while on This Is Us you see Randall shirtless. My new movie, Waves, there’ll be a little brief action shot for you. And not so much for Frozen’
cos that’s just my voice but… When you gotta keep it tight and you don’t have that much time, you’re busy, I got a workout for you. Takes about 20, 25 minutes. I’m gonna run you through
the reps real quick and it’s the best bang for my buck that I get out of all of my workouts. I hope you enjoy. (upbeat music) So I like to call this
workout the pyramid. It’s really basic. It’s all body weight and
you get it done super quick. We’re gonna start with 50 jumping jacks. 50. You’re gonna go into 40 squats. After the 40 squats,
we’re gonna do 30 pushups. After the 30 pushups
we’re gonna do 20 butt ups and, after that, we’re
gonna do 10 burpees, followed by 10 pull ups. And we’re gonna do it three times. And that’s it. Check it out. (upbeat music) All right so we’re gonna start the pyramid off with 50 jumping jacks. Nice, easy, you’ve been doing
them since you were a kid. Gets the heart rate up
and gets you prepared to go into the next exercise. You’re gonna go into 40 squats. We got the glutes and the hams and the quads going with our 40 squats. Now let’s hit the chest. 30 push ups, come on. Nose touch. If you’re really feeling it, go with the chest. Just got finished with our push ups. Get the pecs nice and tight. Now we gotta get the abs. Now, oftentimes, people do crunches which only really work the upper abs. But to get the lower part
and to get more of the core, we’re gonna do a butt up. Please allow me. Protect the lower back. You can do it from two places. You can have your hands behind your head, or you can have your hands here for more support under the back right? You’re gonna go up to 90 degrees, pulse. And down. That’s one. That’s two. Exhale on the butt up. Don’t hold your breath in
any of these exercises. The more you breathe, the more you burn. Not about speed, it’s about technique. Alright we’ve got our 50 jumping jacks, our 40 squats, our 30
push ups, our 20 butt ups now it’s time for the burpees. Doing 10 burpees. Now there’s some things that you need to pay attention to just specific. On my burpee, we do
the push up in between, we do the hop at the end and we pop into a squat from the plank position. Allow me to show you. We go down. We’re out. Push up. Pop. Jump, that’s one. The thing I love about this workout is you can do it pretty much anywhere. It’s all body weight,
you don’t need anything. You can be watching This Is Us, you can do it in your hotel
room, it doesn’t matter but the one thing that I like to add when I am in the gym is the pull up. Works out the back, works out the biceps. So we’re gonna knock out 10 of them right? Wide grip. Cross the legs and back, nice and easy. One. Two. (heavy breathing) So that’s the pyramid folks. 50 jumping jacks, 40 squats, 30 push ups, 20 butt ups, 10 burpees
followed by 10 pull ups and don’t forget, I’m
doing this three times. You get tireder, it gets harder the further on you go on but don’t stop. Maybe a little bit of water in between but you’re going to keep your heart rate up and to get that pump. Hopefully, it’ll take
you around 20 minutes, maybe a little less. Sometimes a little more. But, either way, you feel
great when you’ve finished. Join me won’t you? Take care. (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Sterling K. Brown Explains His “No Gym” Workout | Train Like A Celebrity | Men’s Health

  1. He works out at my home gym. Very modest guy, says hi to anyone and extremely motivating to see/ be around. Solid dude 💪🏽

  2. This is bascially the perfect workout for 1. strengthening your core and training your whole body, 2. boost your metabolism and losing fat and 3. decreasing your blood pressure in the long run. Awesome. I'm definitely gonna try and implement that in my training routine. What a shame one can't train to have that much charisma haha.

  3. Why won't men's health and shit like that STOP posting these workouts that are really meh and deceiving.. can someone with a decent body do this workout every now and then to keep in shape when they don't have time? Yes. Was that type of body achieved by doing this workout? No.

  4. I feel like sterling might be a great teacher or a personal trainer/coach, the dudes got a lot of charisma and heart, love people like this, they give all they got for what they are doing, be it acting or just talking about what they love in life.

  5. If you do this work out consistenly you will lose weight. It's also a good quick workout or warm up for advanced gym goers

  6. I love you man, but my left shoulder won't handle the push-ups and chin-ups.
    I WILL ABSOLUTELY DO THE REST (with modifications to the plank).

  7. Me: This seems like a fun way to get into shape. He makes it look easy. I'll be able at least one rep.

    Ten Minutes Later

    Me: Oh (breathes) My Lord. (breathes) I…I hate you Sterling (breathes) K Brown. I hate you so much. Oh God. (dies)

  8. Really ? What makes this any better than any of the Peleton commercials ? Show me some average folks working their way to fit and I might listen !

  9. Not a gym workout while working out in the gym
    he's just using body weight resistence bullsh*t caption from someone who obviously dont workout

  10. What are people talking about "3 times, I can't do it".. how weak are you motha fuckas.. I'm not even in that great of a shape, but can definitely do this 3 times.

  11. The only thing I cant do is the pushups but I just do them knee ones on diamond til Im tired. I feel like if I could do real pushups 30 would be my “oh god no zone”

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