Brec Bassinger Workout

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Brec Bassinger Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Brec Bassinger Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Brec Bassinger has built and maintained for many roles during her career. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!

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When we are researching workouts for different anime characters, celebrities, cartoon characters, athletes, politicians, etc… We go through a fairly large deep dive into the data we can find available through books, movies, comic books, interviews, articles that have been written, and we often even reach out to contact the individuals to gather data if at all possible. Then using our education and knowledge we formulate workout information based on what the research and outreach information obtained.

Brec Bassinger Stats:

Height: 5’2
Weight: (approximate) 110 lbs
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

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Brec Bassinger Workout:

Training Volume:

5+ days per week

Explanation:

Obviously Brec Bassinger has a pretty full schedule now that she’s Stargirl; so her training is more diverse than ever.  That being said, we know she has a background in gymnastics, and competitive Cheerleading so we’re going to be working with 3 days of calisthenics, cardio, and core work and then another 2 days devoted to cardio (which SHOULD be activity like hiking, similar to Bassinger, but can be in the form of combat training like she did for the show using resources we have, or the endurance work I share).

Brec Bassinger Workout: Sample Workout Routine Schedule

Monday: Calisthenics, Cardio/Circuits and Core A

Tuesday: Cardio, Hiking, Activity or MMA Training

Wednesday: Calisthenics, Cardio/Circuits and Core B

Thursday: Cardio, Hiking, Activity or MMA Training

Friday: Calisthenics, Cardio/Circuits and Core C

Saturday: Active Rest Day

Sunday: Rest Day or Track 5-10k+ Steps

Brec Bassinger Workout: Calisthenics, Cardio/Circuits and Core A

Warm Up:

Light Yoga/Movement

Calisthenics and Core:

Air Squats

3×25

Chair Dips

3×15

Lying Leg Raises

3×25

Donkey Kicks

4×20 each leg

Knee Push Ups

3×15

Cardio/Circuit Finisher:

2 Rounds for Time

50 Jump Ropes or Jumping Jacks

40 Mountain Climbers

30 Jumping Lunges

20 Bicycle Crunches

10 Burpees

Brec Bassinger Workout: Calisthenics, Cardio/Circuits and Core B

Warm Up:

Light Yoga/Movement

Calisthenics and Core:

Pause Squats

3×25

Pike Push Ups

3×15

Hanging Leg Raises

3×25

Fire Hydrants

4×20 each leg

Explosive Knee Push Ups

3×15

Cardio/Circuit Finisher:

3 Rounds for Time

10 Jump Squats

20 Planking Shoulder Taps

10 Lunges

20 Plank to Push Ups

10 Second Hollow Hold

Brec Bassinger Workout: Calisthenics, Cardio/Circuits and Core C

Warm Up:

Light Yoga/Movement

Calisthenics and Core:

Goblet Squats w/ Light Object

3×25

Calisthenic Tricep Extensions

3×15

V-Ups

3×25

Glute Bridges

4×20

Close to Wide Knee Push Ups

3×15

Cardio/Circuit Finisher:

3 Rounds for Time

20 One Legged Skips (Right Leg)

10 Push Ups

20 Double Unders

10 Dips

20 One Legged Skips (Left Leg)

Brec Bassinger Workout: Cardio, Hiking, Activity or MMA Training

Bassinger mentions going hiking on her off days, and her Instagram and social feeds prove that she’s quite active.

This doesn’t even account for the fact that she has days of shooting for 14+ hours on her feet.

That being said, we’re going to want to replicate this type of activity.

This can be done with:

  • Hiking (most similar to Bassinger)
  • SPIN Class or Biking
  • Rowing
  • Mixed Martial Arts (Resources Provided Below)
  • Swimming
  • Other Endurance Work

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