Daniel Craig's Exercise "No Time to Die"

Many actors have cast the role of 007, but Daniel Craig's physical transformation is unprecedented. And in no time, Craig outdid himself. Here's a look at how he did it – with longtime trainer Simon Waterson.

Daniel Craig has no time to die

To give his 52-year-old body such a strenuous, years-long physical preparation, Craig had to be smart about his diet. If he didn't have a meal after training, Craig would fill up with a herbal recovery shake with nut milk, protein, and vegetables. He also had a shot of turmeric root juice, which is a natural anti-inflammatory, and a probiotic shot to boost immunity.

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The training that turns Daniel Craig into bond

Directions: This is a reduced version of Craig’s pre-shooting conditioning routine. This included role-specific speed and agility work. But that will make you strong – especially with stabilizing core muscles.

Do 10 minutes on a Wattbike or Assault AirBike and then repeat 12 to 20 repetitions of the movements in the first superset. Repeat the superset once or twice and rest as needed. Continue with the remaining supersets. Do this workout twice a week.

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Daniel Craig's recovery program

After all of this, you want to crash at night. t. Turn on an old bond strip (maybe Skyfall) and run this recovery routine:

  • Relieve chest and lats pain by stretching and releasing a light resistance band and holding it up and down and from side to side.
  • Use a foam roller to loosen shoulders, lats, legs and back.
  • Reduce the tightness in IT ligaments, hips and glutes with a blow massager.

The new release date of Time to Die is vember 25, 2020

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