T.I. Workout Routine: Training in Kevin Hart’s Gym for Aesthetics and Ego!

T.I isn’t messing around.

He has been putting in the work to make his “gains” for all the roles he has been a part of – and it shows.

He recently jumped on a video for Men’s Health and showed us around Kevin Hart’s gym with his trainer Joc Bernard and was nice enough to share his workout.

At the beginning of the video he says:

“Listen, I got to say this to you. Time is only going to work for you if you use it correctly. So, in six months you can be talking about all the gains that you have, from your workout, from making sacrifices…OR…you can be talking about six months worth of excuses.

Which is a pretty damn good way to start off a video, if I do say so myself.

After that he introduces us to “Joc”, his trainer, which lets us know that we’re going to be seeing a chest, biceps and shoulders – which he also mentions are T.I.’s favorites.

T.I. says:

“Just I just want to look like something. You know what I’m saying? So rather than do nothing, I come in here and do this.”

To which he elaborates by saying:

“This is strictly cosmetic for me, I want you to know that. It’s not like you know, doctor said I have to workout more or none of that, you know. I refused to look like a fat ass and let my sons, you know,  look like they’re in better shape than me. It’s completely ego, all ego.”

And you know what? Whatever gets you moving is great.

Whether you’re doing it for the aesthetics or for any other reason, I support it. 

Get in there, get moving, and feel AND look good.

T.I. and trainer “Joc” take us through a couple trisets and some intensity and I’ll be breaking it down fully below if you want to give it a shot as well!

T.I. Workout

T.I. Workout Routine

Training Volume:

One Day of Training
(To Be Repeated and Varied w/ Other Training)

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T.I. Workout

This workout is shared by Men’s Health, T.I. and his trainer Emory “Joc” Bernard.


1A – Alternating Incline Bench Press


1B – Bicep Curls 21’s


1C – Med Ball Slams


TRISET #2 (2 Rounds)

2A – Alternating Flat Bench Press


2B – Curl to Arnold Press


2C – Med Ball Slams



Pushups to Failure


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