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Shemar Moore is covering the July/August 2011 issue of MAXIMUM FITNESS Magazine and the 41-year old shares his workout tips with his fans.

He just co-hosted “The Talk” today on CBS the same network on which he stars in “Criminal Minds.”  Excerpt on how he made his body a work of art:


After cheating death and making it big, Shemar Moore is the same game man he’s always been. Now, you can learn from his commitment and drive to look strong and lean—if you’re willing to endure the pain.


Shemar Moore can fly. On August 1, 2009, Moore took to the skies and was weightless—for about three seconds—with all the grace of the ill-fated dodo. “It was the scariest moment of my life,” says the star of the CBS hit drama Criminal Minds. But what could launch the six-foot-tall former fitness cover model, daytime heartthrob, host of Soul Train and door-smashing TV FBI agent so perilously, ultimately leaving him fearful for his life? An unstoppable 3,000-pound metal behemoth. This wasn’t the first scene of an independent science fiction script with as much chance of catching your attention as Gigli 2; this was the scene that Moore faced on a day that began like many others.

“On that day, I did everything right,” Moore tells me when we have a chance to sit down and talk on the set of his Maximum Fitness cover shoot. “What went wrong was that I got hit by a 70-year-old in an old-school Cadillac going 40 miles per hour!” He goes on to explain that he was out cycling at the time, which isn’t uncommon for the actor, who is well versed in most athletic pursuits and has recently been racing in charity cycling events for multiple sclerosis—a topic that hits very close to home since his mother is suffering from the disease.

“I didn’t see him or hear him coming—not a thing,” says Moore. “I felt him coming,” the actor tells me, smiling and trying to inject some humor into a moment that could have left him paralyzed or dead. With his smile fading, Moore quickly jettisons any shred of Hollywood prep and years of screen time, sits back in his chair and furls his brow. “I don’t remember spinning or flipping off my bike—nothing,” says Moore. His voice takes on a more serious tone: “I got lucky—and then some.”


Shemar Moore has signed on to return to CBS’ “Criminal Minds” next season, a source close to the show’s production tells, which first reported the renegotiation, says that, per the new deal, the actor’s salary will double, going from about $50,000 to $100,000 per episode.

This leaves Thomas Gibson as the lone remaining cast member without a returning deal, though reportedly his negotiations are continuing.