Bills, Bills, biceps
Personal trainer Fabrice “le Physique”—his nickname from his modelling days— works with everyone from celebs to CEOs in his London, England, gym. The cost of one session: up to $2,000. So what makes a million-dollar body? We break it down. 60: The average number of seconds devoted to each move in Fabrice’s high-intensity interval training (HIT) routine. HIT
is a combination of cardio and weight training followed by a short rest; the body continues to burn calories for a few hours after the workout, which is known as “excess post-exercise oxygen consumption.” 8: The number of muscle groups Fabrice tries to engage in one exercise, which he says leads to faster results. Try weighted squats: Squat until you are parallel to the floor. When you stand up, squeeze glutes, quads and hamstrings. 60: The percentage
of your max load (the weight you can barely finish one rep with) to use for weight training. Try not to count reps. Instead, do as many as you
can until you get tired.