Ichigo Kurosaki Workout

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Ichigo Kurosaki Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Ichigo Kurosaki Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Ichigo Kurosaki has in the Bleach Anime series. 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.

Ichigo Kurosaki Stats:

Height: 5’11 1/2

Weight: 145 lbs.

(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

Real Name: Ichigo Kurosaki

NUTRITION

Looking for nutritional information to help get you on track with your health and fitness goals? We also have you covered, on our Unorthodox Training Nutrition page we have laid out many of the basics for nutrition information that has helped to consistently get results. We go into nutrition more in-depth in our membership program as well. Combining fitness and nutrition routines or plans together can allow you to optimize your health and fitness with your lifestyle. Your nutrition should be set-up in a way that helps you to create a sustainable health and fitness routine to achieve your desired health and fitness results.

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout:

Ichigo Kurosaki Cosplay Workout: Sample Workout Schedule

Monday: Sprints, Calisthenics and Core A

Tuesday: Long Distance Cardio and Calisthenics Circuit A

Wednesday: Sprints, Calisthenics and Core B

Thursday: Long Distance Cardio and Calisthenics Circuit B

Friday: Sprints, Calisthenics and Core C

Saturday: Rest or Long Distance Cardio and Calisthenics Circuit C or MMA and Swordfighting

Sunday: Rest or MMA and Swordfighting

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout: Sprints, Calisthenics and Core A

Sprints:

20-30 Minutes of Sprints

Start with a 5 Minute Walk then move into your sprint pattern:

  1. Sprint 30 Seconds (7-10+ MPH)
  2. Walk 1 Minute and 30 Seconds (2-4 MPH)

Complete for 20-30 Minutes and then walk 5 Minutes to Cool Down.

Calisthenics:

Push Ups:

Complete 200 in sets of 10-50 reps.

Dips

Complete 150 in sets of 10-30 reps.

Jumping Lunges

Complete 100 in sets of 10-30 reps.

Pull Ups

Complete 75 in sets of 5-15 reps.

Burpees

Complete 50 in sets of 5-25 reps.

Core A:

Hanging Leg Raises (Straight Leg if Possible)

3×25

Sit Ups

4×25

Forearm Plank:

3×60 seconds

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout: Long Distance Cardio and Calisthenics Circuit A

I personally prefer to do my calisthenics circuit prior to doing long distance cardio, where I’m also the opposite when doing sprints and intense cardio (I prefer to do that before my regular calisthenics).  Basically, I choose to get the high intensity work out of the way.

You can do it in whichever order you personally prefer.

Calisthenics Circuit A

For our calisthenics circuits we’re going to be utilizing some of our new circuits/video guides that Brandon has been doing for YouTube.

For Circuit A we’ll keep it in the anime family and start with Goku’s!

You can check out The Goku Inspired Calisthenics Circuit (with Video Guide) or complete the rest as follows:

5 Rounds for Time

Movements:

100m Sprint

10 Lunges (Each Leg)

20 Side to Side Sit Ups

15 Pike Push Ups

20 Weighted Punches

1 Minute Heavy Bag

Long Distance Cardio

Your long distance cardio is going to be built around your fitness level.

Step it up a notch as you improve:

Beginner: 1-3 mile jog

Intermediate: 2-4 mile jog

Advanced: 3-5+ mile jog

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout: Sprints, Calisthenics and Core B

Sprints:

20-30 Minutes of Sprints

Start with a 5 Minute Walk then move into your sprint pattern:

  1. Sprint 30 Seconds (7-10+ MPH)
  2. Walk 1 Minute and 30 Seconds (2-4 MPH)

Complete for 20-30 Minutes and then walk 5 Minutes to Cool Down.

Calisthenics:

Push Ups:

Complete 200 in sets of 10-50 reps.

Dips

Complete 150 in sets of 10-30 reps.

Jumping Lunges

Complete 100 in sets of 10-30 reps.

Pull Ups

Complete 75 in sets of 5-15 reps.

Burpees

Complete 50 in sets of 5-25 reps.

Core B:

Lying Leg Raises

3×25

Cable Crunches

4×25

Plank to Push Ups

3×25

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout: Long Distance Cardio and Calisthenics Circuit B

I personally prefer to do my calisthenics circuit prior to doing long distance cardio, where I’m also the opposite when doing sprints and intense cardio (I prefer to do that before my regular calisthenics).  Basically, I choose to get the high intensity work out of the way.

You can do it in whichever order you personally prefer.

Calisthenics Circuit B

For our calisthenics circuits we’re going to be utilizing some of our new circuits/video guides that Brandon has been doing for YouTube.

Next on the list is Spidey’s circuit! (Don’t worry, we’ll have some DC next)

5 Rounds for Time

Movements:

100m Sprint

10 Burpees

15 Incline Push Ups

25 Russian Twists

10 Spider-Man Push Ups (each side)

Long Distance Cardio

Your long distance cardio is going to be built around your fitness level.

Step it up a notch as you improve:

Beginner: 1-3 mile jog

Intermediate: 2-4 mile jog

Advanced: 3-5+ mile jog

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout: Sprints, Calisthenics and Core C
Sprints:

20-30 Minutes of Sprints

Start with a 5 Minute Walk then move into your sprint pattern:

  1. Sprint 30 Seconds (7-10+ MPH)
  2. Walk 1 Minute and 30 Seconds (2-4 MPH)

Complete for 20-30 Minutes and then walk 5 Minutes to Cool Down.

Calisthenics:

Push Ups:

Complete 200 in sets of 10-50 reps.

Dips

Complete 150 in sets of 10-30 reps.

Jumping Lunges

Complete 100 in sets of 10-30 reps.

Pull Ups

Complete 75 in sets of 5-15 reps.

Burpees

Complete 50 in sets of 5-25 reps.

Core C:

Hanging Leg Raises w/ Twist

3×26

Sit Ups w/ Side Twist

4×26

Side Planks

3×30 seconds each side

Ichigo Kurosaki Workout: Long Distance Cardio and Calisthenics Circuit C

I personally prefer to do my calisthenics circuit prior to doing long distance cardio, where I’m also the opposite when doing sprints and intense cardio (I prefer to do that before my regular calisthenics).  Basically, I choose to get the high intensity work out of the way.

You can do it in whichever order you personally prefer.

Calisthenics Circuit C

For our calisthenics circuits we’re going to be utilizing some of our new circuits/video guides that Brandon has been doing for YouTube.

5 Rounds for Time

Movements:

20 Box Jumps

15 Pull Ups

25 Clap Push Ups

10 Ring Dips

15 TTBs (Toes to Bar)

Long Distance Cardio

Your long distance cardio is going to be built around your fitness level.

Step it up a notch as you improve:

Beginner: 1-3 mile jog

Intermediate: 2-4 mile jog

Advanced: 3-5+ mile jog

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