Miles Teller Bleed for This Workout Routine

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Miles Teller Bleed for This Workout Routine

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Miles Teller Bleed for This Workout routine! This one is inspired by the physique that Miles Teller built to play the role for Bleed for This. 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.

Stats:
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 175-180 pounds (Approximate)
(Information Retrieved From Wikipedia.)

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Workout:

Miles Teller Workout: Monday – Chest and Triceps

Warm Up:

5 minutes of jump rope

10 Dips

15 Pull Ups

20 Push Ups

25 Sit Ups

Workout:

Bench Press: 5×10,8,5,3,1

Overhead Tricep Extension: 3×10

Chest Flyes (cable or dumbbell): 3×10

Incline Chest Press (can be dumbbell): 3×10

Skull Crushers: 3×10

Lower Chest Flyes (cable): 3×10

Cable Tricep Push-downs: 3×10

Weighted Dips (start unweighted at first): 3×15

Cardio:

30-60 minutes of boxing drills

10-20 speed bag

10-20 heavy bag

10-20 ghost boxing

(Can be substituted with HIIT training if needed – refer to Wednesday)

Miles Teller Workout: Tuesday – Legs and Abs

Warm Up:

5 minutes of jump rope

10 Dips

15 Pull Ups

20 Push Ups

25 Sit Ups

Workout:

Squats: 5×10,8,5,3,1

Weighted Planks (start unweighted at first): 3×60 seconds

Leg Press: 3×10

Twist Sit Ups: 3×25

Dumbbell Weighted Lunges: 3×12

Knee/Leg Raises: 3×20

Hamstring Curls: 3×10

Calf Raises: 3×20

Cardio:

30-60 minutes of boxing drills

10-20 speed bag

10-20 heavy bag

10-20 ghost boxing

(Can be substituted with HIIT training if needed – refer to Wednesday)

Miles Teller Workout: Wednesday – Off Day or Cardio

Choose HIIT Training as listed:

25 Minutes of Treadmill HIIT:

First Ten Minutes: 2 min off: walk 2.5-3.3 mph, followed by 1 min on: run 5.5-9 mph

Second Ten Minutes: 1 min on, 1 min off

Cool-down 5 minutes walking 2.2-3 mph

25 Minutes of Biking HIIT:

First Ten Minutes: 2 min off: bike on 3 difficult, followed by 1 min on: bike on 10 difficulty keeping the RPM’s above 100

Second Ten Minutes: 1 min off, 1 min on

Cool-down 5 minutes biking

Miles Teller Workout: Thursday – Back and Biceps

Warm Up:

5 minutes of jump rope

10 Dips

15 Pull Ups

20 Push Ups

25 Sit Ups

Workout:

Deadlifts: 5×10,8,5,3,1

Dumbbell Bicep Curls: 3×10

Cable Lat Pulldowns: 3×10

Hammer Curls: 3×10

Cable Rows: 3×10

Preacher Curls: 3×10

Dumbbell Rows: 3×10

Weighted Wide Grip Pull Ups (started unweighted): 3×10

Cardio:

30-60 minutes of boxing drills

10-20 speed bag

10-20 heavy bag

10-20 ghost boxing

(Can be substituted with HIIT training if needed – refer to Wednesday)

Miles Teller Workout: Friday – Shoulders and Traps

Warm Up:

5 minutes of jump rope

10 Dips

15 Pull Ups

20 Push Ups

25 Sit Ups

Workout:

Military Press: 5×10,8,5,3,1

Dumbbell Shrugs: 5×15,15,12,12,10

Face Pulls: 3×10

Dumbbell (or cable) Shoulder Raises: 3×10

Barbell Shrugs: 3×10

Shoulder Flyes: 3×10

Weighted Chin-Ups (start unweighted): 3×10

Cardio:

30-60 minutes of boxing drills

10-20 speed bag

10-20 heavy bag

10-20 ghost boxing

(Can be substituted with HIIT training if needed – refer to Wednesday)

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