Baldur God of War Workout


Baldur God of War Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Baldur God of War Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Baldur God of War has in the God of War Video Game. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!

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Baldur God of War Stats:

Height: 5’10-5’11
Weight: (NA)
(Information retrieved from Fandom.)


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Baldur God of War Workout:

Training Volume:

5+ days per week


We are training to be a god.  The son of Odin. For that reason we’ll be training A LOT.  We’re going to be working with a typical 4 day strength training split and then throwing in extra speed, agility, and endurance work in on top (some of which will come in the form of Parkour and Mixed Martial Arts Training).

Baldur Workout: Sample Workout Schedule

Monday: Bench Press, Chest, Triceps and Parkour

Tuesday: Deadlifts, Back, Biceps and Mixed Martial Arts

Wednesday: Long Distance Endurance Work

Thursday: Overhead Press, Shoulders, Traps and Parkour

Friday: Squats, Legs, Calves and Mixed Martial Arts

Saturday: Rest Day and Or Speed Training

Sunday: Rest Day If None Is Taken

Baldur Workout: Bench Press, Chest, Triceps and Parkour

Warm Up:

5-10 Minute Incline Walk


Bench Press

Warm Up with 3 Light Sets Getting Progressively Closer To Your Max Weight

5×5 at 80+%

Accessory Work:

TriSet A:

A. Tricep Cable Overhead Extension with Rope


B. Tricep Cable Pushdowns with Rope


C. Tricep Cable Kickbacks

3×10 each arm

TriSet B:

A. Incline Dumbbell Bench Press


B. Incline Dumbbell Hex Press


C. Incline Dumbbell Chest Flyes

3×10 each arm

Finisher Circuit:

3 Rounds for Time

20 Dips

15 Close Grip Push Ups

10 Plank To Push Ups

Parkour Training:

Your Parkour Training does not have to come at the same exact time as your weight training.  Utilize the resources shared below and fit in some extra Parkour training into your programming.

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