Keanu Reeves, 57, Lives By These Healthy, Fit Habits – Eat This, Not That

Keanu Reeves keeps things real with a healthy, passionate lifestyle and seems to be living his dreams. “I’m not looking for a red carpet to walk on, and I’m not trying to have a celebrity footprint,” Reeves said. men’s diary, adding, “I can see the appeal, it’s just not to my taste.” We’re impressed with his confidence, straightforwardness, and the fact that he seems like a real guy. Reeves does what he has to do to get things done. It seems like he loves the life he leads and lives the life he loves, and that inspires us all! Read on to find out what we found out about Keanu Reeves’ healthy habits, and then don’t miss The 6 Best Exercises for Strong, Tone Arms in 2022, the trainer says.

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Of the many roles in Reeves’ career so far, Johnny Utah (his “Point Break” character) has been particularly inspiring. “It changed my life,” says Reeves men’s diary, adding, “It introduced me to fitness and working out.” This role prompted him to begin training with trainer Denise Snyder, who remained his primary fitness expert for over 25 years. With a fairly basic diet low in fat and sodium, Reeves takes care of himself, and not just his fitness. He follows his passions without losing sight of who he is as a person.

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Another fun fact? Reeves apparently recruited former MMA fighter Eric Brown to be his sensei to help him prepare for a role. “I had some experience in film fights, but I had never done judo,” he explains. “At first, I didn’t even know where to set foot. So it was a lot of me learning the basics.” He has become a true expert in judo (via men’s diary).

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Reeves worked with personal trainer Patrick Murphy to prepare for his role in ‘John Wick,’ which involved lots of stunts, somersaults, fight scenes, stunt driving, and more, according to Squire. Discussing their training together, Murphy reveals, “It’s about being able to maintain a positive rhythm with his joints and reduce any pain as much as possible.” The weekly routine that Reeves performed helped him do all those stunts to the best of his abilities. He has worked on muscular endurance training, corrective exercises, power training, balance training and recovery techniques.

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Why do we think Keanu Reeves is a really nice guy? Well, plain and simple, he was recently dubbed a “class act” by Andrew Kimmel, a television producer. The title was based on the welcoming responses Reeves gave to a young fan after a long flight. A recap of the conversation was tweeted out, and it has since been retweeted over 22.5,000 times. Apparently, the youngster curiously asked Reeves “quick questions”, who “happily” answered them all. To be precise, Kimmel’s tweet reads: ‘Keanu Reeves was on my flight from London to New York today. A young boy asked for an autograph in the luggage and then began asking a series of quick questions. Keanu happily answered each d ‘between them…”

If you already agree that Reeves is pretty cool for it, read on because there’s more to love about the stardom.

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Reeves has some pretty impressive interests, which might explain why the star looks so much younger than his 57 years. Cool fact number three? In his spare time, Reeves apparently collects and designs motorcycles. A very treasured bike in the actor’s collection is a gorgeous Arch KRGT-1 “performance cruiser,” and it’s said to be the special design chosen to launch ARCH Motorcycle, a motorcycle shop Reeves co-founded with Gard Hollinger.

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Still going strong, Reeves will host Disney+’s all-new four-part series spotlighting Formula 1. The series will encompass Ross Brawn’s time as Honda team principal. (Brawn is currently F1’s chief executive.)

Reeves is thrilled with the venture, revealing at the British Grand Prix: “A friend of mine was telling me the story and I was so struck by it and he was actually working for Brawn at the time in advertising and he’s a producer/director and so we were like, ‘Well, let’s tell this story, let’s try to tell this story.’ It was really great to be able to find out more about what was going on in Formula 1 that year It wasn’t just the cars, the new regulations, the FOTA [the Formula One Teams Association] breakaway series. I mean there was so much going on in Formula 1 at that time” (via men’s health).

Another project Reeves has in the works is the role of Daniel H. Burnham, architect of the 1893 World’s Fair, in an all-new limited series on Hulu. “The Devil in the White City” is a non-fiction thriller produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese.

Alexa Mellardo

Alexa is the associate editor of Eat This, Not That!’s Mind + Body, overseeing the M+B channel and bringing readers compelling stories about fitness, wellness and self-care. Read more

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