Doomguy Workout

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Doomguy Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Doomguy Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Doomguy has in the Doom 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.

Doomguy Stats:

Height: 6′

Weight: 180 lbs.

(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

Real Name: N/A

Powers: Yes

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Doomguy Workout:

Doomguy Workout: Sample Workout Schedule

Monday: Push Day and Swim

Tuesday: Calisthenics, Speed and Cardio

Wednesday: Pull Day and Run

Thursday: Calisthenics, Speed and Cardio

Friday: Leg Day and Row

Saturday: Your Marine Hike

Sunday: Rest

Doomguy Workout Day One: Push Day and Swim

**You can swim before or after your workout.  I prefer cardio after my training on heavier lifting days.**

Workout:

Bench Press

4×12

Arnold Press

4×12

Close Grip Bench Press

4×12

Incline DB Bench Press

4×12

Seated DB Overhead Extension

4×12

Dips

4×25

Blowout:

3 Rounds (rest 1 minute between rounds if needed)

50 Meter Sprint

25 Push Ups

15 Kettlebell Swings

10 Single Arm DB Snatches (each arm)

5 Plank to Push Ups

Swim:

For your swim you’re going to utilize our swim guide from Speedo:

  • Speedo’s Beginner Swim Guide
Doomguy Workout Day Two: Calisthenics, Speed and Cardio

Main Calisthenics:

Push Ups:

Complete 250 in as many sets as it takes.

Sit Ups:

Complete 150 in as many sets as it takes.

Pull Ups:

Complete 100 in as many sets as it takes.

Extra Calisthenics and Core:

Planks:

Plank a Total of 3 Minutes.

Dips:

Complete 100-200 in as many sets as it takes.

Air Squats or Lunges:

Complete 100-200 in as many sets as it takes.

Speed and Cardio:

The Workout:

Jog 5 Minutes

Walk 1 Minute

Begin 30 Minutes of “On and Off” Sprints:

1 Minute ON: Sprint 7-10+ mph

1 Minute OFF: Walk 2.5-3.5 mph

End Sprints

Walk 1 Minute

Jog 5 Minutes

Cooldown 5 Minutes

Doomguy Workout Day Three: Pull Day and Run

**You can swim before or after your workout.  I prefer cardio after my training on heavier lifting days.**

Workout:

Deadlift

4×12

Barbell Rows

4×12

Barbell Curls

4×12

Close Grip Pulldowns

4×12

Cable Wide Grip Rows

4×12

Chin Ups

4×12

Blowout:

3 Rounds (rest 1 minute between rounds if needed)

50 Meter Tire Flip

25 Push Ups

10 Reverse Cable Crossovers

5 Heavy Cable Hammer Curls

Run:

Run a 5k (3.1 miles)!

Track it each week and seek to improve.

Doomguy Workout Day Four: Calisthenics, Speed and Cardio

Main Calisthenics:

Push Ups:

Complete 250 in as many sets as it takes.

Sit Ups:

Complete 150 in as many sets as it takes.

Pull Ups:

Complete 100 in as many sets as it takes.

Extra Calisthenics and Core:

Planks:

Plank a Total of 3 Minutes.

Dips:

Complete 100-200 in as many sets as it takes.

Air Squats or Lunges:

Complete 100-200 in as many sets as it takes.

Speed and Cardio:

The Workout:

Jog 5 Minutes

Walk 1 Minute

Begin 30 Minutes of “On and Off” Sprints:

1 Minute ON: Sprint 7-10+ mph

1 Minute OFF: Walk 2.5-3.5 mph

End Sprints

Walk 1 Minute

Jog 5 Minutes

Cooldown 5 Minutes

Doomguy Workout Day Five: Leg Day and Swim

**You can swim before or after your workout.  I prefer cardio after my training on heavier lifting days.**

Workout:

Back Squat

4×12

Leg Press

4×12

Hack Squat

4×12

Hamstring Curls

4×12

Cable Wide Grip Rows

4×12

Weighted Lunges

4×12

Blowout:

3 Rounds (rest 1 minute between rounds if needed)

50 Meter Farmer’s Carry

25 Box Jumps

10 Double Unders

5 Inch Worms

Row:

Row a 5k (3.1 miles)!

Track it each week and seek to improve.

Doomguy Workout Day Six: The Marine Hike

**Tack on a weighted vest if you’re able to.**

Week One: 4 Miles

Week Two: 6 Miles

Week Three: 8 Miles

Week Four: 12 Miles 🙂

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