It's easy to look at Hollywood stars and celebrities and think they work all the time. Being torn apart is, as it were, her job. But between marathon filming, production reviews, advertising engagements, and travel, finding time for the gym can actually be difficult. Just like the rest of us, it can feel like there are not enough hours in the day to do it all. These 25 ripped celebrity guys – like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Dave Bautista, Zac Efron and Dolph Lundgren – are finding time to finish it.
But for those who use the time they not only crush their training – they send them out for their fans to prove they're stuck in the work. These are the stars that make it every day, even if they do not want to. They are the ones we admire, and they are undoubtedly the ones to watch out for when surfing the social media.
Here are 25 celebrities who own the Instagram training game:
. 1 Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
As the highest paid actor in the world and one of the most visited guys in Hollywood, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has barely time to sleep – but he always has time for the gym.
Along with photos and videos in which he promotes his best films such as Central Intelligence Jumanji Fast 8 and Baywatch Johnson shows off his many workouts: fighting ropes, punching in the punching bag, overreaching the biceps, turning over tires with Zac Efron, blowing up his massive chest and shoulders with ropes, and leg curls.
. 2 Vin Diesel
The Fast & Furious star has a massive following on Instagram. So it's no surprise that he regularly releases updates for his nearly 30 million fans. Diesel keeps his body in top shape so he can make his own stunts in films such as Fast 8 and xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
The April 2015 Men's Fitness The Coverstar (describing in detail how he builds his forearms and shoulders) often documents his torn and "tattooed" back, reviving his abs with a bike workout and cable training. Jason Statham
This nasty British star of films like Furious 7 The Mechanic and The Transporter can play the villain or the hero with ease. 19659004] He owns the insta-workout game: pull-ups (during killer slumps), boxing, plank variations, push-ups for the # 22 pushup challenge and kickboxing.
. 4 Jason Momoa
After appearing as an ultra-ripped water member of the Justice League and the fearsome Dothraki Warlord Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa knows what matters Your body at its best: sled train trainings, rows of jealousies, pushups, expressively illuminated bench presses and (of course) ax throwing – just what every real man needs.
5. Kevin Hart
The October 2016 Men's Fitness coverstar and Funnyman, has committed to staying in shape and promoting fitness over the last few years – even with his own signature sneaker – And the results have been great: Hart is undoubtedly shredded and has the stamina to run marathons. Harts training keeps things classic with bench presses, pushups, rows, curls and dips. He also shows some of his Instagram movements: intense rope workouts, squats, early morning gym sessions, long runs, kettlebell workouts, cable workouts and dumbbell presses. Bonus points for his Mannequin Challenge in the gym.
. 6 Henry Cavill
September 2016 Men's Fitness Coverstar sculpted his body for his role as Superman in Man of Steel Superman and the upcoming Justice League using an intense training program that included shuttle runs, kettlebell workouts, chinups, step-ups, and squats. The British actor takes his training seriously and shows some of his social media workouts, including squats, rope training and combat training, such as his session at the Renzo Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy.
. 7 Chris Hemsworth
Everyone welcomes the mighty Thor – and his Instagram workouts. The Australian actor keeps in shape with boxing, combat training, kickboxing and special "one-arm pull-ups".
. 8 Chris Pratt
The July / August 2014 Men's Fitness Cover Star went through a fundamental body transformation, ranging from the lovable, doughy Andy Dwyer at Parks and Recreation to the muscular body Peter Quill went into Guardians of the Galaxy and a roughened Navy SEAL in Zero Dark Thirty . The winning combination Beat in the gym and drink beer.
. 9 Hugh Jackman
Playing Wolverine for over a decade has kept this Australian actor in fantastic shape. He has shared his training and fitness programs in social media throughout his career. To get into shape for his final turn as X-Men hero, Jackman used flip-flops, squats, deadlifts, bench presses and weighted pull-ups as well as supersets and circuit workouts to rip his body apart.  10. Arnold Schwarzenegger
The bodybuilding legend has never forgotten his roots, and he remains in fantastic shape, even though he is almost 70 years old. Whether it's pumping up his massive biceps ("biceps can not be bought"), breaking his upper back, making funny "heavy" barbell curls, or sharing his entire morning workout, the governator is always ready for the gym ,  11. Nick Jonas
Men's Coverstar Fitness developed from harsh-haired Jonas Brother to a torn leading man competing against Hollywood. Jonas described his workout routine for Men's Fitness – and he was even nice enough to present his chiseled six-pack on our cover. Between his work on Jumnaji with Dwayne's "The Rock" Johnson and the MMA's theme series Kingdom Jonas puts a lot of time in shape to keep fit exploits on Instagram, including MMA / boxing training ,
12th Zac Efron
The June 2016 Cover for Men's Fitness evolved from a teen idol to one of the busiest guys in Hollywood with an intense workout routine that includes bike workouts, bicep curls, and pushups Mountaineers belonged, deadlifts and pull-ups. While Efron shot Baywatch with Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, he shared a pullup competition and tire flipping challenge. This went hand in hand with his Instagram workouts, including Kettlebell Swings, Bike Work, American Ninja Warrior style training and dumbbell exercises.
. 13 Joe Manganiello
Coverstar for Men's Fitness aka Sofia Vergara, released in April 2016 showed his ridiculously cut six-pack and biceps while he pointed in Magic Mike . (He will be following Ben Affleck's Batman as Supervillain Deathstroke in Justice League and The Batman ). Manganiello keeps up with boxing jumps, kettlebell workouts, cable workouts, bicep curls, and cable – and he can easily share them with his fans on Instagram.
fourteenth Dolph Lundgren
The legendary actor and muscular Rocky IV heavyweight is well over 50, but that does not stop him from staying in fantastic shape – and has some huge arms in it. Lundgren – who recently appeared on Arrow as a Russian mafioso, is engaged in appearances in the series Expendables and the series Universal Soldier . Lundgren shares his workouts on Instagram, including pushups, medicine ball kicks, kickboxing, biceps curls, shoulder press and beach training. To put it this way: The guy can still take a big punch.
15th Terry Crews
The former professional footballer – Crews spent some time with the Los Angeles Rams, the San Diego Chargers, the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL – made the transition to acting, yet he has his not forgotten athletic and fitness -Root. Crews is one of Hollywood's most prolific actors, showing his muscular body and powerful body in projects such as The Expendables and Brooklyn Nine-Nine . The crew's Instagram workouts include biceps curling, inhuman deadlifts, and full-body training with medicine balls and cables.
sixteenth Scott Eastwood
The son of legendary actor / director Clint Eastwood rose steadily in Hollywood ever since he appeared in some of his father's films and became a kind of actor's goddaughter – Eastwood can show him cutting six-pack and muscular frame in Suicide Command Fury Live By Night Nearly 8 and Pacific Rim: Malestrom . His training schedule: heavy ropes, boxing, surfing and even more heavy ropes.
17th Jean-Claude Van Damme
The master of martial arts and action films has experienced a career with films such as JCVD and The Expendables 2 but we all remember his ass kick classic like Bloodsport Kickboxer Sudden Death Hard Target and (of course) Street Fighter . JCVD likes to show off his monstrous biceps on Instagram along with his upper body workouts, bicep workouts, sparring, weight training and flexibility training. JCVD still got it at his age.
18th Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson
"Thor" Björnsson is one of the strongest men in the world – he finished second in the Strongest Man competition of the world in 2016, but he also made a name for himself as a brutal Ser Gregor. "The Mountain" Clegane in the HBO series Game of Thrones (we believe he is one of the 25 physically dominant villains of all time). Björnsson offers on-the-job training of all kinds, including break squats, dumbbell presses, dumbbell deadlift, barbell skull breaker, dumbbell skewers, hamstring exercises, and MORE dumbbells with barbell.
19th Ray Fisher
The actor is to portray the cybernetic robotic hero Cyborg alongside the former Men's Fitness star star Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck in the  Justice League and he made sure he was confident I watch the part by training hard in the gym. (Lightweight hyperextension on the back, Ray.) Fisher has worked with Mark Twight, who has coached Jason Momoa (who plays Aquaman) and Affleck and director Zack Snyder himself. Fisher looks huge these days, and he should just get bigger as his role in the DC Entertainment Universe increases.
20th Scott Adkins
The martial arts expert has become a Hollywood action film leg, with films such as The Bourne Ultimatum X-Men Origins: Wolverine Zero Dark Thirty and Doctor Strange . In 19459008 The Expendables 2 he played the role of the buddy of Jean-Claude Van Damme, who culminated in an epic, dejected brawl with Jason Statham. Adkins is trained in karate, judo, kickboxing, jujutsu, krav maga and ninjutsu and holds his body in fantastic shape with volume training, simple weight training and sparring. Adkins likes to share his achievements on social media, including combat training, bicep workouts, cable workouts, shoulder lifts, and inclined dumbbell curls.
21st Idris Elba
The man who played Stringer Bell on The Wire the Norse god Heimdall Thor and Stacker Pentecost Pacific Rim does not do anything about it it's about staying in shape. The British actor – who may well be the next James Bond – uses swimming, jogging and weight training to keep fit. He is also an avid fan of kickboxing. Something he will explore in a new show, Idris Elba: Fighter ending with a professional fight by Elba. Elba has shown his kickboxing training on social media, as well as his massive biceps, sparring sessions and boxing training.
22. Dave Bautista
The former 6 & 5 5 "wrestler has made the leap into acting and shown his physical strength in such films as Specter and Guardians of the Galaxy . The body of Bautista is full of muscles, as proven by his frequent fitness activities in social media: sparring training, kickboxing and regular old look threatening the mirror. Bautista has shown that he can play bad guys or heroes – and whether he sticks to them, they are always bumped.
23rd Michael B. Jordan
The Men's Fitness star released in December 2015 turned into a fast boxer for the film Creed and he has not looked back since. Jordan gave himself the body of Adonis with his training program (detailed for Men's Fitness ). Jordan likes to show some of his work on social media, including skipping rope workouts, leg workouts, and banking.
24. Stephen Amell
Between playing Oliver Queen aka The Green Arrow on Arrow and Casey Jones in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadow Canadian actor Stephen Amell had his fair share of kick-ass moments on the screen. On his social media training plan: kettlebell pushups, running training, rope training, combat training and pole muscles in the gym.
25th Donnie Yen
The most popular spiritual warrior of Rogue One is as well trained in martial arts as the actor. Yen explores Brazilian jiu-jitsu, judo, wing chun, taekwondo, karate and muay Thai, wrestling and kickboxing – and he was able to show that in the film series Ip Man in which he was grandmaster Yip You played. Yen likes to show this to his fans on social media, whether heavy bag work, Guan Dao training, core workouts, upper body work, dumbbell shoulder presses and occasional kick in the weight room.