Nightwing Workout 2

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Nightwing Workout 2

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

Nightwing Stats:

Height: 5’10

Weight: 175 lbs.

(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

Real Name: Dick Grayson

Powers: No

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Nightwing  Workout:

Day One: Chest, Triceps, Shoulders w/ Weights and Bodyweight

Warm Up:

Stretch

20 minutes of HIIT on Treadmill:

1 min on: 5.5-10 mph run

1 min off: 2.5-3.5 mph walk

Weights:

Bench Press

4×12

Close Grip Bench

4×12

Military Press (Seated or Standing)

4×12

Bodyweight Routine:

Dips (can be weighted)

5×20

Push Ups

3×20

Air Squats

3×15

Pull Ups

3×10

Core Training:

3×60 second forearm planks

3×25 sit ups

3×30 second side planks (each side)

3×25 leg raises

Day Two: Bodyweight Training,  Mixed Martial Arts and Parkour

Now we’re focusing in on some bodyweight training, parkour, and mixed martial arts.

You can incorporate some advanced stuff like handstand push ups (or handstands in general), rope climbs (or weighted), L-Sit holds, and other things to work your way up to – but more specifically you should shoot to get in at least this:

200 Air Squats

200 Push Ups

150 Sit Ups

150 Dips

75 Pull Ups

75 Lunges

Day Three: Legs w/ Weights and Bodyweight

Warm Up:

Stretch

20 minutes of HIIT on Treadmill:

1 min on: 5.5-10 mph run

1 min off: 2.5-3.5 mph walk

Weights:

Back Squats

4×12

Leg Press

4×12

Box Jumps

4×12

Bodyweight Routine:

Lunges (can be weighted)

5×20

Push Ups

3×20

Dips

3×15

Pull Ups

3×10

Core Training:

3×60 second forearm planks

3×25 sit ups

3×30 second side planks (each side)

3×25 leg raises

Day Four: Bodyweight Training,  Mixed Martial Arts and Parkour

Now we’re focusing in on some bodyweight training, parkour, and mixed martial arts.

You can incorporate some advanced stuff like handstand push ups (or handstands in general), rope climbs (or weighted), L-Sit holds, and other things to work your way up to – but more specifically you should shoot to get in at least this:

200 Air Squats

200 Push Ups

150 Sit Ups

150 Dips

75 Pull Ups

75 Lunges

Day Five: Back and Biceps w/ Weights and Bodyweight

Warm Up:

Stretch

20 minutes of HIIT on Treadmill:

1 min on: 5.5-10 mph run

1 min off: 2.5-3.5 mph walk

Weights:

Deadlift

4×12

Dumbbell Bicep Curls

4×12 (each arm)

Lateral Pulldowns

4×12

Bodyweight Routine:

Chin Ups

5×20 (take breaks when needed in between)

Push Ups

3×20

Air Squats

3×15

Dips

3×10

Core Training:

3×60 second forearm planks

3×25 sit ups

3×30 second side planks (each side)

3×25 leg raises

Day Six: Bodyweight Training,  Mixed Martial Arts and Parkour

Now we’re focusing in on some bodyweight training, parkour, and mixed martial arts.

You can incorporate some advanced stuff like handstand push ups (or handstands in general), rope climbs (or weighted), L-Sit holds, and other things to work your way up to – but more specifically you should shoot to get in at least this:

200 Air Squats

200 Push Ups

150 Sit Ups

150 Dips

75 Pull Ups

75 Lunges

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The information discussed in this article is meant solely for educational reasons. This is not medical advice because I am not a doctor. This post is based on my personal experiences and my readings of the existing scientific literature. Only healthy adults should follow the advice and ideas in this article. You should get the advice of your doctor before implementing any of the suggestions in this article. Consult your doctor if you have any health difficulties or pre-existing conditions before making any changes based on the advice in this article. As a disclaimer, the author/owner of this website makes no representations as to whether the material contained there will actually cause any harm or liability, real or perceived, and as such should not be held responsible as you are assuming any risks yourself.

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