Doomfist Workout

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Doomfist Workout

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

Research process for celebrities/characters/etc:

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.

Doomfist Stats:

Height: 7’2
Weight: (NA)
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

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Doomfist Workout:

Training Volume:

5+ days per week

Explanation:

We’re going to be lifting HEAVY three days a week and then working towards speed and strength 2 days a week with full body training and circuits; and mobility, parkour and MMA 1-2 days a week on top of that using the resources we have right here on the site.

Doomfist Workout: Sample Workout Schedule

Monday: Strength Training A: Push Day Chest, Triceps and Shoulders

Tuesday: Full Body Circuits and Intensity (or Sub Parkour and MMA)

Wednesday: Strength Training B: Pull Day Back and Biceps

Thursday: Full Body Circuits and Intensity (or Sub Parkour and MMA)

Friday: Strength Training C: Leg Day Legs, Calves and Explosiveness

Saturday: Active Rest Day (Movements and/or Parkour/MMA)

Sunday: Rest Day

Doomfist Workout: Strength Training A – Push Day Chest, Triceps and Shoulders

Warm Up:

Jog 400-800m

Compound Lifts:

Complete each Compound Lift Utilizing Reverse Pyramid Training (learn more here).

Bench Press

Warm Up Sets: 2-3

Working Sets Rep Counts (3 Sets): 4-6-8

Overhead Press

Warm Up Sets: 2-3

Working Sets Rep Counts (3 Sets): 4-6-8

Accessory Work:

Close Grip Bench

3×10

Shoulder Front Raises

3×10

Chest Flyes (Machine or Dumbbell)

3×10

Dips

3×15

Doomfist Workout: Full Body Circuits and Intensity A

Warm Up:

30 Minutes of Varied Cardio

Workout:

Superset A:

A. Incline Bench Press

3×10

B. Push Ups

3×10

Superset B:

A. Arnold Press

3×10

B. Upright Rows

3×10

Superset C:

A. DB Rows

3×10

B. Pike Push Ups

3×10

Doomfist Workout: Strength Training B – Pull Day Back and Biceps

Warm Up:

Jog 400-800m

Compound Lifts:

Complete each Compound Lift Utilizing Reverse Pyramid Training (learn more here).

Deadlift

Warm Up Sets: 2-3

Working Sets Rep Counts (3 Sets): 4-6-8

Bent Over Rows

Warm Up Sets: 2-3

Working Sets Rep Counts (3 Sets): 4-6-8

Accessory Work:

Preacher Curls

3×10

Alternating DB Bicep Curls

3×10

Lateral Pulldowns

3×10

Chin Ups

3×10

Doomfist Workout: Full Body Circuits and Intensity B

Warm Up:

30 Minutes of Varied Cardio

Workout:

Superset A:

A. Incline Chest Flyes

3×10

B. Bench Dips

3×20

Superset B:

A. Hammer Strength Press

3×10

B. Close to Wide Push Ups

3×10

Superset C:

A. Barbell Shrugs

3×10

B. DB Hang Cleans

3×10

Doomfist Workout: Strength Training C – Leg Day Legs, Calves and Explosiveness

Warm Up:

Jog 400-800m

Compound Lifts:

Complete each Compound Lift Utilizing Reverse Pyramid Training (learn more here).

Back Squats

Warm Up Sets: 2-3

Working Sets Rep Counts (3 Sets): 4-6-8

Barbell Lunges

Warm Up Sets: 2-3

Working Sets Rep Counts (3 Sets): 4-6-8

Accessory Work:

Leg Press

3×10

Weighted Box Jumps

3×10

Bulgarian Split Squats

3×10

Calf Raises (Seated)

3×10

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