Date of birth: January 14, 1948 (Age: 69 years)

Height: 6’2” (187 cm)

Weight: 220 pounds (100 kg)

Carl Weathers' height, weight and age

Hair color: Dark brown

Eye color: Dark brown

Carl Weathers' eyes and hair color

Carl Weathers got world fame due to participation in Rocky. His great body couldn’t remain unnoticed, so this time we are going to recollect the way the actor had to pass in order to achieve that result.

The first thing the eyes catch when looking at Carl Weathers are his really huge shoulders. A special program was made up to make him look bigger and wider, as Carl had to star with Stallone.

Why the accent was put on upper body? Because shoulders can beneficially underline the relief of one’s arms what was quite appropriate for such role. Besides, Carl Weathers admits that shoulders muscles are very important when it comes to lifting and pushing.

The core exercise that Carl Weathers used to do was shoulder press. This was his favorite one as it didn’t require any special conditions – he just took something heavy and pushed it above the head.

The actor didn’t want to lag behind his colleagues, he wanted to become better. To get what he wanted Carl Weathers used to train very hard from day to day. Only after having spent hundreds of hours in a gym his efforts paid off. And of course, all that preparation process couldn’t work without the help of qualified professionals.

Unfortunately, there is no specific information available about Carl Weathers’ dieting. Still, to gain lean body and to make muscles show off through the skin he should have followed low-carb nutrition plan. He, probably, increased the intake of proteins and leaned on curd, cheese, meat, poultry, eggs and milk.

Enough water is an ultimate condition. Water balance is very and very important for such sport as boxing and for those who stay active all day long. Low water level in organism could make the actor fatigue and would not allow to train and  work hard.

Carl Weathers' height, weight and age






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