The workout we have come up with today to post is the Queen Maeve Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Queen Maeve has in the The Boys Comics. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!
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Queen Maeve Stats:
Height: N/A (Dominique McElligott = 5’8)
Weight: N/A (Dominique McElligott = 130 lbs.)
(Information retrieved from Fandom.)
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Queen Maeve Workout:
6 days per week
We’re going to have to cover A LOT of powers for this one. During Homelander’s we really focused on strength, but for this one I want to emphasize the fact that Queen Maeve is so diversified with her powers that we have to train to make that happen if we want to even come close. We’ll be focusing on 3 strength days and light endurance work, 3 days of intensity, core and bodyweight, and then mixed martial arts will have to be added in on top if you really want to step it up a notch.
Queen Maeve Workout: Training Schedule
Monday: Strength w/ Bench and Overhead Focus
Tuesday: Bodyweight, Intensity and Core
Wednesday: Strength w/ Deadlift and Power Clean Focus
Thursday: Bodyweight, Intensity and Core
Friday: Strength w/ Squat Focus
Saturday: Bodyweight, Intensity and Core
Sunday: Off Day (Rest!)
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