Whether you’re trying to set up your health-related resolution for the New Year, or just want to transform yourself, looking into the workout routines of Korean Pop (K-pop) Idols is a great source of fitspiration. It should come as no surprise that being a top K-pop idol requires staying in top shape all year long. Despite their busy schedules, K-pop idols consistently maintain a healthy diet and spend a lot of time working out in the gym. So let's take a look at some of the fittest K-pop celebrities, their diets, and their exercise regimens.
Known for his chiselled physique and rock-solid abs, Jung Kook is frequently admired for his fitness. The BTS singer is well aware that the key to abs lies in the kitchen, and that's why he is always on point with his diet. Kook eats three meals a day plus a light snack to ensure he meets his daily macronutrient needs. His favourite foods include kimchi, bulgogi, galbi tang, air-fried spring rolls, and rice.
Jung Kook's workout is a mix of strength and cardio. The 25-year-old burns anywhere between 700 to 1000 calories while performing cardio. When it comes to strength training, Kook is a firm believer of bodyweight exercises. He performs a circuit of ten exercises, mostly push-ups, pull-ups, squats, and planks, with 10-20 reps of each. After his bodyweight training, Kook finishes his workout with 20-30 minutes of boxing moves.
Beach ready 365 days, Wonho, who is now a full-fledged solo star, looks more like a bodybuilder. His razor sharp jawline and bulked-up biceps have always attracted scores of fans across the globe. As reported by Men's Health, Wonho works out twice a day for four to five hours total with just one day off for rest and recovery. The 29-year-old prefers hitting double parts a day (for example, chest in the morning and back in the evening). He trains his lower body twice a week.
Wonho's workout plan is solely focused on increasing strength and muscle mass, which is why he needs to eat a lot of food to maintain his weight. The singer eats six meals a day, all of which are high in protein and carbohydrates. His favourite foods include whey protein, chicken breast, asparagus, oatmeal, and red meat.
Jackson Wang can be found working out at the gym in the morning, evening, and afternoon. Despite being 6 feet tall, Wang has put on a lot of muscle mass, which is admirable. The 28-year-old’s workout is a combination of strength and cardio. He works out five days a week, one muscle at a time.
Jackson Wang dislikes processed foods, which is why he is always seen eating healthy foods, living on vegetables, drinking water, and taking vitamins. His diet consists primarily of chicken, salmon, vegetables, eggs, and oats.
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