On Saturday afternoon, actor Paul Walker died at the age of 40 after a car crash in Southern California. According to NYDailyNews, Walker was in the passenger seat of his Porsche when it lost control, smashed into a tree, and exploded. It can be assumed that Walker and the driver died instantly at the scene.
Most known for his role in five of the six Fast and the Furious films, a transformation has been seen in Walker’s body from his first on-scene appearance to his last days. With this new information now available, it is only fitting that we look at what Walker was able to do to keep himself in shape.
According to Healthyceleb.com, Walker’s workout consisted of a lot more than just hitting the gym and taking in a lot of creatine. Along with the common routine, Walker focused a large amount of his time to cardio. It was noted that he was always active. Whether it was basketball, surfing, volleyball, skating, scuba diving, or mountain biking, Walker claimed that “it was the finest way to live.”
Another form of cardio that he focused on was different varieties of Martial Arts. Walker studied Karate, Aikido, Judo, Jujitsu, and Kung Fu. He claimed that these activities increased endurance and flexibility while shedding fat (Maybe it’s an activity I should try someday).
In other words, Walker, it seemed, was constantly taking care of his body, whether it was in the gym or in the karate studio. While these are good suggestions to live a healthy lifestyle, it was unfortunate that Walker was taken from this world at age 40.