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Man of Steel, The New Superman (Henry Cavill) Also starred in "Immortals"

After wrapping Immortals, actor Henry Cavill began preparing for his role as the next Superman. "Man Of Steel" To become a little more super, he turned to Mark Twight, owner of Gym Jones in Salt Lake City—the same fitness expert who transformed the cast of 300 into an army of men with washboard abs. Twight uses a punishing training routine called the "tailpipe": a 100-rep workout that'll smoke calories, torch fat, and leave you exhausted (ha!). The tailpipe has two "sides," exercise and recovery, explains Dan John, Twight's colleague and fellow strength coach. "The exercise portion is designed to get you gassed," he says. "but the recovery is just as important." 

Twight's tailpipe recovery method: the moment you finish an exercise, calmly take eight controlled breaths in and out of your nose. "Fight the urge to gasp, throw yourself around, or change songs on your ipod," says john. Then immediately start the next exercise. 

Because he's not from Krypton, Superman-like strength doesn't come quite so naturally to Henry Cavill. Luckily, though, he's got a plan to get his body to Man of Steel proportions.
Cavill spoke with Total Film Magazine about his training for the upcoming Zack Snyder-directed reboot of the classic comic series, revealing his gut-busting diet and routine.
"I'm on 5000 calories a day... You've got to eat protein first, then a little bit of've gotta keep your hunger levels going," he told the magazine. "I'm training two and a half hours a day, pushing my body beyond its normal limits, putting on a lot of muscle mass and just making myself look like Superman."
Luckily for Cavill, he's had plenty of experience pushing his body to the limit; he was in absolutely breathtaking shape for his upcoming ancient war movie, "The Immortals," and talked about the transition and difference between that lean and mean shape to his Superman physique with Movieline in April.
"It's going to be a different kind of shape. When you see the Immortals shape you'll see what I mean," he told the site. "We obviously haven't had the final brief yet, it's going to adapt and change as far as when Mark sees my body adapting to the training he'll go, 'Okay, Henry can do this,' or 'Henry can't do this,' or 'His body will look better like that.' It'll be fine-tuned and tweaked as we go along. But I think it's going to be a different sort of shape from 'Immortals.'"
Cavill will be joined in the film by Amy Adams as Lois Lane; Kevin Costner and Dianne Lane as Pa and Ma Kent; Russell Crowe and Julia Ormand as his Kryptonian parents; Christopher Meloni as an ally general; Michael Shannon as bad guy General Zod; and Laurence Fishburne as Daily Planet chief Perry White

The Return of General Zod


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