The workout we have come up with today to post is the Kitana Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Kitana has in the Mortal Kombat Video Game. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!
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Weight: 128 lbs
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)
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5+ days per week
Kitana is a 10,000 year old assassin and step daughter to Shao Kahn. We’re going to be using the schedule I shared for Liu Kang (lover and one of the strongest MK characters), with a downscale on the bodyweight movements and addition for agility training. As I said in the Liu Kang workout, you can utilize the calisthenics and cardio schedule, or the Deathstroke workout programmed from Coach Derek (or go back and forth).
Kitana Calisthenics and Cardio Workout Schedule
HIIT Training –
1 min on: Sprint at 6.5-10 mph
1 min off: Walk on 2.5-3.5mph
Distance Training –
Jog: Basic long distance run
Row: Basic long distance row
100 Air Squats
100 Push Ups
75 Sit Ups
75 Leg Raises
50 Pull Ups
50 Plank to Push Ups
Agility Circuit for Calisthenics Day:
3 Rounds for Time:
30 Seconds of Battle Ropes
30 Meter Sled Push
30 Box Jumps
30 Meter Farmer’s Carry
30 Meter Back and Forth Sprint
30 Meter Tire Flip
Liu Kang Weekly Schedule:
Monday: Bodyweight and 10-20 minutes of HIIT
Tuesday: 1600 meter distance training
Wednesday: Bodyweight and 30 minutes of HIIT
Thursday: 3200 meter distance training
Friday: Bodyweight and 10-20 minutes of HIIT
Saturday and Sunday: Active Off Days (Feel free to add in calisthenics)
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