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Kellan Lutz shares extreme exercises

Published 03/09/2015

Kellan Lutz
Kellan Lutz

Kellan Lutz has impressed and scared fans in equal measure with his latest exercise photo.

The former Twilight star is known for his good looks and chiselled physique. And it seems the 30-year-old has taken to extreme measures to stay in shape.

“I was able to fit in a quick workout while we were exploring these cliffs. I did 20 push ups & 20 pull ups, but don't try this workout at home. Man, Palm Beach is stunning! #WorkoutWednesday (sic)” he wrote alongside a photograph on Instagram.

In the image, the actor can be seen balancing on his hands with his body out in a raised plank. What makes the shot even more impressive is that Kellan is carrying out the pose while on a thin stretch of rock, teetering close to the edge of a significant drop. The Palm Beach view stretches out below him.

He can also be seen hanging upside down on the edge of the cliff face to do his pull ups.

Fans were quick to comment on the actor's picture, and not everyone was happy with his fitness hijinx.

“Have u lost your mind?! @kellanlutz don't do this ever again! I still hope one day we will meet and then we will be together and ever and forever !(sic)” follower mm_mantas wrote.

Kellan has made an effort stay in shape ever since playing Emmett Cullen in the hit Twilight films alongside Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. The popularity of the films led the actor to hide in the gym to avoid the media glare, and subsequent movies including Immortals and The Legend of Hercules continued to help him maintain his physique.

“For Immortals, we all had dieticians: every hour they'd hand you eight almonds or a plate of spinach," he told the UK edition of Men’s Health last year. "[For Hercules] staying upright on a horse is hard on your abs, and swinging a sword really hits your core as well as your arms.”

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