Gunnar Peterson is probably one of the first names that comes to mind when you think of "celebrity" fitness personalities, but in his opinion, this club is simply where it runs its gym.
"I'm a Beverly Hills based strength coach, personal trainer, however you want to look at it," he said when introducing himself to Men's Health when we joined came to his institution in Hollywood. "Because of my whereabouts, you meet a lot of people in the entertainment industry as well as athletes from different sports."
But Peterson's location is not the only reason he succeeds. The veteran coach is clearly an expert in coaching people to success, as evidenced by his extensive A-list clientele. Peterson has worked with actors such as Hugh Jackman, Matthew McConaughey and Sylvester Stallone, the Kardashian / Jenner Family Reality TV Royalty, and professional sports teams, most recently as L.A. Lakers Director of Strength and Endurance Training. He is also one of the experienced coaches in Chris Hemsworth's new Centr app.
No matter who he trains or for what purpose, Peterson's philosophy is the reason for his success. That's why he's so popular ̵
"The goal is to get [my clients] to where you want to go, from the standpoint of performance and, of course, aesthetics," he said. "We do a lot of strength training, and of course we also work on flexibility and cardiovascular strength."
Peterson opened his gym and guided us through some of the steps he uses in his workouts for his A-training. List customers. You can add the exercises to your current plan, depending on what you already do, or use the routine as a stand-alone workout, because almost every box is checked. "We encounter several levels of movement, upper body, lower body, pushing, pulling and of course the very important core."
Some of these movements require special equipment that can only be found in a Hollywood gym – do not worry. We offer a simple replacement for anyone you can run anywhere.
Gunnar Peterson's Hollywood Workout
2 to 3 sets
Run on treadmill with 11 percent incline.  Walk with dumbbells by your side. Shrug every 4 steps. Continue until you have 8 to 10 armpits.
3 sets of 10 reps
If you are attempting the staggered squat, aim for 2 sets of 6 to 8 reps per side.
Longe Longe with Chop
3 sets of 10 to 15 repetitions per page
Sub: Barbell or ViPR weight, see below.
3 sets of 6 to 8 repeats
If you are using a shorter pole, switch from one side to the other.
Athletic Press on Sorinex
3 sets of 4 to 6 repeats
Sub: Dumbbell press
3 reps of 1 minute intervals
Sub: If you do not have the stealth unit, try standard planks, shoulderplates, or some of the variations from the following video.
3 sets of 4 to 6 reps per arm
Sub: Single Arm Dumbbell Gripper
HIIT Cardio on VersaClimber
30 seconds on , 30 seconds for 6 to 8 minutes
Sub: Select any device such as Jump Rope, Rowing Machine, Treadmill, SkiErg, etc. to execute the Interval Log. Brett Williams