Alex Eubank’s Workout Routine and Diet

Alex Eubank Workout Routine
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Get shredded like the young fitness influencer

Fitness influencer Alex Eubank has gained some serious popularity over the last few years at such a young age. Alex can often be seen hanging out with other influencers, but is mainly known for his insanely shredded physique, as he stays at pretty low body fat year round and holds onto a good amount of muscle mass, and this has led to many people questioning if Alex Eubank is natural or not. Despite all of that, for being in his early 20s, he looks incredible. That being said, we are going to take a look at Alex Eubank’s workout routine

Let’s dive in.

Who is Alex Eubank

Alex Eubank
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Alex Eubank, also known as “Andrew Eubanks” as this is what another popular influencer by the name of Sam Sulek refers to him as, is a very well-known individual in the fitness industry. Though he has never stepped on the bodybuilding stage, Alex is the perfect example of how social media has changed the fitness industry, as he is a model, digital content creator, social media star, blogger, and entrepreneur. All it took for him to rise to fame was sharing pictures of his shredded physique and insane transformation, and people really started noticing him. Alex is also known for collaborations with other influencers, such as the Tren Twins and Bradley Martyn

Full Name: Alex Eubank (Fitness Influencer)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
2174 lbs 5’9″ 5/23/2000
Division Era Nationality
None yet 2020s American 

Alex Eubank Workout

Now that we have established who Alex Eubank is, let’s take a look at his workout routine that he uses to stay lean but maintain muscle mass. 

Monday: Leg Day

There’s no better way to start the week than with some hardcore leg exercises. The first exercise that Alex starts with is leg extensions, and he uses these primarily to warm up the knees before moving on to hack squats, a heavier compound exercise and favorite of bodybuilder Tom Platz. Being that the hack squat is a great compound to go heavy on, this is the main exercise he will do. After that, the workout routine will move on to two leg curl variations, a leg press, and some seated calf raises. 

Alex uses a progressive overload scheme to continue adding volume and weight during his training sessions, typically after a week or two.

Exercise Sets and Reps
Leg Extension 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Hack Squat 3 sets x 8-10 reps
Lying Leg Curl 3 sets x 10-12 reps
Leg Press 3 sets x 10-12 reps
Seated or Standing Leg Curl 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Seated Calf Raise 3 sets x 10-15 reps

Tuesday: Chest and Triceps

The second workout of the week for Alex Eubank is chest and triceps, and he prefers to begin his chest workout routine with a pre-exhaust, such as a flye movement. Pre-exhausting a muscle group means that you would train an isolation exercise before a compound exercise, as it not only gets the blood flowing but also helps to fatigue a specific muscle group, leading to a better mind-muscle connection.

Alex starts with the flat dumbbell fly before moving on to the incline dumbbell bench press. After incline Hammer Strength machine presses and cable crossovers or pec deck, Alex performs three sets of bodyweight dips to failure (something the 7x Mr. Olympia champion Arnold Schwarzenegger used to do).

Exercise Sets and Reps
Flat Dumbbell Fly 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Incline Dumbbell Bench Press 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Incline Hammer Strength Press 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Cable Crossover or Pec Deck 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Dips 3 sets x to failure

Thursday: Back and Biceps

alex eubank back workout
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As you can see, we skipped covering a workout on Wednesday, and this is because Alex uses that day to rest and recover. On Thursday, Alex is back in the gym for back and biceps, and he starts the workout routine with the classic barbell deadlift, a great strength and mass builder. He performs deadlifts primarily for strength, utilizing low reps.

After the deadlifts, Alex does an underhand grip pulldown (a Jay Cutler favorite) followed by a machine pullover. You don’t see many people doing machine pullovers, however they are great for really stretching the lats. Moving on from that, Alex does two rowing variations before finishing the workout with two biceps movements.

Exercise Sets and Reps
Deadlift 3 sets x 1-5 reps
Underhand Grip Pulldown 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Machine Pullover 3 sets x 10-12 reps
Seated Cable Row 3 sets x 8-10 reps
Wide Grip Chest Supported Row 3 sets x 10-15 reps
Machine Incline Curl 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Machine Preacher Curl 3 sets x 10-15 reps


Friday: Shoulders

Alex has used to combine shoulders and arms in one workout, but now he splits the two up, with his dedicated shoulder day being on Friday. Alex Eubank begins his shoulder workout with heavy seated Smith Machine shoulder presses, a great compound movement.

After that he performs some lateral raises to target the side delt, but Alex prefers to do them seated as he feels it allows him to get a better stretch and contraction and eliminates swinging and poor form. Following the seated lateral raises are alternating front raises, which is trailed by two exercises for the rear delts.

Exercise Sets and Reps
Seated Smith Machine Shoulder Press 4 sets x 8-10 reps
Seated Lateral Raise 4 sets x 10-15 reps
Standing Dumbbell Alternating Front Raise 4 sets x 10-15 reps
Incline Prone Dumbbell Rear Delt Raise 4 sets x 10-15 reps
Cable Face Pull 4 sets x 10-15 reps

Saturday: Arms and Abs

Alex Eubank’s workout routine calls for the last workout of the week to be arms and abs. Alex uses a lot of supersets during this day, hitting the exercises back to back. An antagonist muscle is a muscle that opposes the action of another muscle, for example push and pull. The biceps and triceps are antagonistic muscles, making them great muscles for doing supersets to save time and really get the blood pumping.

Alex Eubank’s arm workout begins with dumbbell overhead triceps extensions, which is then followed by a seated dumbbell curl. After that Alex moves on to machine preacher curls supersetted with lying triceps extensions. Wrapping up the arm workout, Alex performs two triceps exercises, combining close grip bench presses with a rope tricep press down. Hanging leg raises, and machine sit-ups are then the ab exercises of choice.

Exercise Sets x Reps
Dumbbell Overhead Triceps Extension 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Seated Dumbbell Curl 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Machine Preacher Curl 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Lying Triceps Extension 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Close Grip Bench Press 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Rope Triceps Pressdown 3 sets x 8-12 reps
Hanging Leg Raise 3 sets x 10-20 reps
Machine Sit up 3 sets x 10-20 reps


While Alex Eubank’s workout routine certainly is a large cause of his gains, he does not stop when he leaves the gym. Alex focuses a lot on his diet, which is a big part of how he is able to maintain such great muscle mass with so little body fat. He focuses on getting in whole foods in each meal, making sure to get a good amount of protein in. Check out Alex Eubank’s diet below.


  • 4 eggs with 1 egg white


  • Ground turkey
  • One egg
  • Baked potatoes

Pre-Workout Meal


  • Protein pizza with marinara, turkey, pepperoni

Post-Dinner Snack

  • Low calorie bread
  • Canned tuna
  • Ketchup and mustard

Midnight Snack

  • Low calorie popcorn

Is Alex Eubank Natural?

is alex eubank natural
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Many people question the natural status of Alex Eubank, believing him to be using steroids as he does look incredible for his age, being incredibly shredded and having a good amount of muscle mass. Greg Doucette is one person who does not believe that Alex Eubank is natural. However, Alex Eubank states that he has never used performance enhancing drugs, but often jokes about it, and has been prescribed clomiphene (an estrogen blocker). Regardless of if he is natural or not, Alex Eubank looks great.

Wrap Up

Overall, Alex Eubank’s workout routine is great for those who are looking to build some muscle mass and get shredded. While he is not primarily focused on strength, he does a great amount of volume to really stimulate the muscle and see some growth. What do you think of Alex Eubank’s workout?

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Dylan Wolf
I work mainly in content writing, focusing my free time on bodybuilding and strength sports. I was introduced to fitness in high school and after watching Generation Iron movies. I love to train. I have competed multiple times, even winning a junior title in classic physique. I have a bachelor's in criminal justice and business obtained through Alvernia University. When I am not focused on work or training, I enjoy watching films or reading about anything and everything.