Nick Fury Workout

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Nick-Fury-Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Nick Fury Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Nick Fury has in the Marvel Comics. 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.

Nick Fury Stats:

Height: 6’1
Weight: 221 lbs
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

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Nick Fury Workout:

Training Volume:

5+ days per week

Explanation:

For this one we’re going to train like we’re in the armed forces. Coach Derek programmed us one similar for the Project X (Wolverine) Workout.  This time we’re moving up the ranks of the US Army/Marines.  Be prepared to incorporate cardio, bodyweight movements, and more.

I’m also including mixed martial arts and parkour programming from Coach Derek and Felix for you to fit into your training as well.  This can be used as a bonus for your off days, or added in on top of your training.

Workout:

Before each workout be sure to lightly stretch and warm-up for at least 5 minutes.

Monday:

3 sets of the following circuit of exercises:

  • Pull-ups – Perform as many as possible. If a single is not possible substitute a flexed arm hang for as long as it can be held. Rest 1 minute.
  • Crunches – Attempt as many as possible, up to 100. Use a slow, controlled tempo. Rest 1 minute.
  • Pushups – Do as many as possible. Rest 1 minute.
Tuesday:

Run for 1.5 miles at a steady and comfortable pace. Cool down walk for 5 minutes.

Wednesday:

3 sets of the following circuit of exercises:

  • Chin-Ups – Perform as many as possible. If a single is not possible substitute a flexed arm hang for as long as it can be held. Rest 1 minute.
  • Crunches – Attempt as many possible, up to 100, done with a quick tempo. Rest 1 minute.
  • Wide Hand Position Pushups – As many as possible. Rest 1 minute.
Thursday:
  • Run for a quarter mile at a quick pace that leaves you winded. Continue walking for 1 minute.
  • Run for a half mile at a fast pace that leaves you winded. Continue walking for 2 minutes.
  • Run for a quarter mile at a quick pace that leaves you winded. Cool down walk for 5 minutes.
Friday:

3 sets of the following circuit of exercises:

  • V-Bar+Pullup – Perform as many as possible. If a single is not possible substitute a flexed arm hang for as long as it can be held. Rest 1 minute.
  • Decline Crunches – Continue to perform until another full rep is not possible. Rest 1 minute.
  • Close Hand Position Pushups – Do as many as possible. Rest 1 minute.
Saturday:

Walk, hike or jog at the quickest pace possible to travel either a distance of 3 miles, 5 miles or 10 miles. Incorporate hills and inclines into the exercise.

Sunday:

3 sets of the following circuit of exercises:

  • Pullups – Perform as many as possible. If a single is not possible substitute a flexed arm hang for as long as it can be held. Rest 1 minute.
  • Decline Reverse Crunch – Continue to perform until another full rep is not possible. Rest 1 minute.
  • Push-Ups With Feet Elevated – As many as possible. Rest 1 minute.
Physical Fitness Test:

Also noteworthy are those Marines able to complete the Physical Fitness Test with a perfect score. This would entail the following achievements:

Males Must:

  • Run 3 miles within 18 minutes
  • Perform 20 pull-ups
  • Do 100 crunches in 2 minutes

Females Must:

  • Run 3 miles within 21 minutes
  • Perform a flexed arm hang for 70 seconds
  • Do 100 crunches in 2 minutes

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