(Ryan Thomas Gosling)
Thomas Ray Gosling (Father)
Working in TV series like Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1995), Goosebumps (1996), Breaker High (1997–98) and Young Hercules (1998–99), and films The Believer (2001), Murder by Numbers (2002), The Slaughter Rule (2002), and The United States of Leland (2003).
Ask any woman and they would probably agree that Ryan Gosling is good looking and handsome. He basically stole all of our hearts in The Notebook and we haven’t looked back since. But to look his best and continue to serve as eye candy for his millions of fans, Gosling has to stick to a diet plan and workout routine.
In Crazy, Stupid, Love, fans got a glimpse of Gosling’s chiseled body. Gosling has always been a naturally skinny guy, but extensive workouts and heavy weightlifting have helped him put on muscle.
To transform his body, he had to increase his calories and spend longer hours in the gym lifting heavier weights. Gosling typically works out four days a week, two hours a day.
Gosling doesn’t specifically discuss his workout plan, but it’s been noted that he practices Muay Thai, which is a form of Thai boxing. He began his Muay Thai workouts when he was training for a movie where he played a British boxer.
Although Ryan Gosling isn’t overly ripped, he still has an enviable body thanks to his dedication to a good diet and exercise regimen. We’re sure Eva Mendes doesn’t mind her partner’s physique one bit!