Top 25 Celebrity Summer Bodies – Males (25-21)

by Nate

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Earlier we started our review of the Top 25 Summer Bodies list as named by Men’s and Women’s Health magazines with a look at the women ranked 21-25.  Next up we have the men on the 21 to 25 spots. 25) LL Cool J Last time we checked in with the rapper/actor he was doing bicep curls while holding The View’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck.  LL is certainly one of the most popular rappers ever and he’s certainly in consideration for fittest celeb of all time.  His book, LL Cool J‘s Platinum Workout, has plenty of good tips and routines and is well worth the read. 24) Gavin Rossdale The former Bush lead singer and guitarist take his workout on the road with him.  He’s an avid tennis player and plays in most cities he visits.  Rossdale finds traditional workouts boring, saying, “That whole mouse-on-a-wheel thing, day in and day out, gets monotonous.” 23) David Beckham There’s some talk about Beckham being one of the fittest guys on the planet.  He’s without a doubt soccer’s biggest star and is in incredible shape.  His HIIT workout featured at Men’s Health is impressive and will be sure to get your heart rate up and your fat burning. 22) George Clooney Ok, we are calling Men’s Health out on this one.  There is some kind of rule that George Clooney must appear on every top 25 male list made.  Clooney has admitted to doing some gimmicky type workouts in the past like jazz-ercise, the ab-master, and the butt-blaster.  We might have to come up with our own list of guys and gals who were snubbed from the Men’s/Women’s Health Top 25. 21) Ryan Kwanten Kwanten definitely belongs on the list.  He was names to the Men’s Fitness 25 Fittest Guys in the World list and we put him on our Top 10 Fittest Celebrities You Don’t Know list.  Now that True Blood is back and gaining even more popularity we’re not sure he fits on our list anymore.  Check out our feature on his workout and diet.  He’s self proclaimed “old school” in his workout ways, but he’s tried just about everything including body weight exercises, boxing, soft-sand running, hiking, surfing, triathlons, biking, and swimming. Check back later for the rest of our review of the MH and WH Top 25 Summer Bodies lists.

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