Shemar Moore Workout Routine

Shemar Moore Workout Routine

Shemar Moore Workout Routine

Back in 1995, Shemar Moore used to star in the CBS soap, “The Young and the Restless,” but he has managed to progress to a great extent ever since.

Ever since he began starring in the hit CBS TV program “Criminal Minds” as Derek Morgan, Shemar Moore has rapidly become one of the most well known prime-time celebrities on TV.

Considering that Shemar Moore happens to be very fond of fitness, it is only natural that the March 2009 issue of Men’s Fitness features him on the cover.

Shemar Moore claims that the fact that his character Derek Morgan is an ex-marine and ex-SWAT is what he loves about portraying the character on “Criminal Minds.”

Shemar Moore somewhat considers himself a “badass dude” because of all the things he has done over the course of staring in the crime drama.

Despite having reached his mid forties, Shemar is quite a fit guy and he considers his role in on “Criminal Minds” as a “great incentive” to maintain his physique.

Back in 2009 when he appeared on Men’s Fitness magazine’s March issue, Shemar claimed that every Sunday, he goes a 70-mile ride as a part of his intense bicycling routine.

Based on information from various sources, Shemar Moore’s workout routine looks something like the following:

Monday

— 2 Hours Cycling
— Butterfly Crunches: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Cable Pressdown: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Diamond-grip Pushups: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— And more

Tuesday

— 1 Hour of Running/Jogging
— Barbell or Dumbbell Hammer Curls: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— One-arm Dumbbell Row: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Pullups With Leg Raises: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— And more

Thursday

— 2 Hours Cycling
— Hip Abductions: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Leg Press: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Seated Front Dumbbell Raise: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— And more

Friday

— 2 Hours Cycling
— Butterfly Crunches: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Diamond-grip Pushups: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— Flat-bench Dumbbell Press: 3-5 Sets & 8-12 Reps
— And more

Shemar Moore also gives credit to his personal trainer for helping him get in shape, which he believes would not have been possible without his help.