Hugh Jackman shows off his toned butt while doing squats

Hugh Jackman is a fit guy. The actor who plays Wolverine has been known to be extremely fitness conscious and is currently working on becoming more ripped for his next movie. He does not let an opportunity slip when it comes to inspiring his fans to stay healthy. In his latest Instagram post, the actor is seen lifting an inordinate amount of weight as he does squats. Posted under the title 'Ass to the grass', this video will inspire you. As for his earlier posts, the actor had earlier posted an image of him doing 180 pound dead lifts and has documented his Wolverine workout and diet secrets. This time around is no different. Take a look yourself and tell us what you think.

Ass to the grass.

Hugh Jackman (@thehughjackman)

Here is how you can do a proper squat with your body weight alone:

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  • Get warmed up with some stretching and doing a little bit of cardiovascular exercise.
  • Stand with your feet shoulder width apart.
  • Try and keep your feet as straight and parallel as possible. It s okay if your feet are turned outwards slightly but it shouldn t be more than 15 degrees.
  • Keeping your arms straight out, lower yourself by bending the knees while sticking your bottom out and leaning forward at the waist (imagine you are going to sit on a chair).
  • Squat till your thighs are parallel to the ground, hold this position to intensify the workout and then return to original position.
  • Always keep looking ahead and make sure your knees don t drift forward over your toes and always keep aligned to your ankles throughout the movement.
  • Beginners should try to do at least 20 reps of 3 sets

Once you re comfortable with doing weightless/bodyweight squats you could try doing squats with weights.

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