“To All the Boys” Star Ross Butler Shares His Chest and Back Routine

Ross Butler is yet to star in any action-packed projects, but once that moment comes—he’ll be 100% ready. The star of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why and To All the Boys franchise recently shared his chest and back routine, and he’s taking things pretty seriously at the gym.

Butler discussed his approach to working out with Men’s Health and said he tries to focus on two opposing muscle groups in each workout session instead of targeting a single one.

“I’m splitting my muscle groups up into two a day. Today’s a chest and back day, so I’m just keeping it light,” said the 30-year-old actor.

When it comes to his chest and back routine, Butler usually kicks things off with pre-fatigue exercises: 3 sets of 10 reps of archer pushups and half-full pull-ups. The rest of his workout consists of glute bridge floor presses, bent-over DB rows, lower pec band flies, single-arm chest flies, dictionary pushups, and several resistance-band exercises.

Butler admits it’s not an easy routine, but it’s possible to do all the exercises at home if your local gym is closed. In addition to being committed to his workout routine, he also enjoys other outdoorsy activities—and judging by his Instagram page, he’s a huge fan of golf!