ByMeghann Elisa, writer at
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Meghann Elisa

One of the most exciting things about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is getting to see our new Justice League all together on the silver screen. While most of the characters stay pretty true to their comic book counterparts, I think we could call Jason Momoa's Aquaman an exception. The king of Atlantis has received a rather wild re-imagination for the new franchise: big, barbarian and undeniably buff.

But if you're yearning for a superhero physique of your own, you better be prepared to work for it because Momoa's fitness routine is no easy feat. Check out this insane video he posted to Instagram at the weekend:

He captioned the video:

And that's after 2 hrs of back. Getting ready for JL. Enjoy the Movie everyone. Buy the ticket take the ride. Hahahahahahah it's along ride I'm in for 10 yrs. blessed stoked. And proud of my friends. It's a big beautiful DC world. Enjoy.

Momoa didn't let his travels stop him either; he posted this shot while in the UK doing promotion.

And the very next day, he was back in the gym climbing the walls with legendary mountaineer, Mark Twight.

Momoa spoke to Men's Health about his fitness routine earlier this year, revealing:

“You put on a lot of weight very quickly – and you also burn a lot of fat. Pick a heavy weight and it will get you shredded and build a lot of muscle.”

Think you can beat the 240-pound beast at his barbarian workout? You can try his 110-rep routine for yourself here.

Although only a cameo in Batman v Superman, Momoa will return to his role as Aquaman in Justice League: Part 1 due out next year, and will star in his very own movie scheduled for release in 2018. Despite the generally negative critical reception to the first film set in the new DCU, it would appear that Momoa just doesn't seem to care. He shared all he had to say on Sunday:

You can watch the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice below:

Could you keep up with Mr. Momoa's workout routine?


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