The Oscar and Golden Globe winner said that he’s still an early morning riser. “I wake up around 7,” he said about his daily routine. “I make myself coffee. We are spending our lives in different places now. We spend a little time in LA, England and Italy.
“England is where I can do a lot of writing, work and focus on the humanitarian stuff I’m working on. I am about to direct a film (‘Rubicon,’ with Matt Damon, Josh Brolin and Julianne Moore) in Los Angeles; I can work on prep and do all that stuff, too.
“I am pretty regimented on how I do things. I like to get up in the morning and work out. There are certain things I like to do, and when they’re disrupted, I get a little off-kilter. Amal finds it easier in some ways to work out of Los Angeles because when we’re in England, she has friends and family she has to visit. She can isolate herself more here.
George Clooney stays young and fit at 52 by keeping variety in his fitness routine. He runs daily, performs pull-ups, completes “butt-busting” circuits, and loves hot yoga. He also plays basketball regularly with other Hollywood actors, including Toby McGuire, Matt Damon, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
“WELL I DO A LOT OF AEROBICS, A LOT OF DANCE, THERE IS A LOT OF JAZZ-ERCISE, THE AB-MASTER, THERE’S THE BUTT-BLASTER OR WHATEVER IT’S CALLED. AND ALSO THERE IS A LOT OF YOGA. AND I HAVE ALSO JUST FINISHED DOING A MOVIE WHERE I DID FOOTBALL WITH A BUNCH OF 21-YEAR-OLDS WHICH I HIGHLY RECOMMEND. THAT’S GOING TO KEEP ANYONE IN SHAPE.” GEORGE CLOONEY, 2007.
George’s diet primarily focuses on healthy food. He recently decided to go on a juice cleanse and eat better as part of his New Year’s resolutions, having green juices and salads daily.