What He Did: Hart built his upper body with his trainer Ron “Boss” Everline. By 2016, he’d become muscular, cut, and conditioned enough to run marathons. Why He Did It: It’s not like Hart wasn’t fit when he first started as a stand-up comedian—but he was, as he said in his Men’s Fitness cover story, in “fake shape”: “I looked like I was in shape, but then you’d take off my shirt and it was like, ‘No, no, no.’” His Workout: The superstar comedian has been working hard in the gym with Everline to build his strength, and he’s even partnered with Nike to help promote running. As detailed in his workout for Men’s Fitness, Hart keeps things simple, which means no Olympic lifts or fancy machines—he uses the bench press, pushups, rows, curls, and dips in his training. Plus: Hart showed off his action skills alongside Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in Central Intelligence and he may want to continue in the genre moving forward: “What’s the Kevin Hart version of Mission Impossible? What’s my [James] Bond?” Kevin Says: “I don’t want to be the guy with the neck.” But he’s ready to keep crushing it and that’s why he’s a 2016 Game Changer.
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