Ryukyu Workout

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Ryukyu Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Ryukyu Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Ryukyu has in the My Hero Academia anime series. 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.

Ryukyu Stats:

Height: 5’5
Weight: (Unknown)
(Information retrieved from Fandom.)

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Workout:

Ryukyu Training Volume:

4+ days per week

Explanation:

For this workout routine we’re going to be doing around 4 days of weight training that revolve around trisets that will increase our heart rate and work on our muscular endurance while we’re getting strong. You’ll also have an optional endurance and HIIT day and can add on a short run or some core work at the end of each workout if you’d like as well.

Ryukyu Workout Routine: Sample Workout Schedule

Monday: Dragon Chest, Triceps and Stretching

Tuesday: Dragon Legs, Core and Stretching

Wednesday: Optional Hero Endurance Work

Thursday: Dragon Shoulders, Traps and Stretching

Friday: Dragon Back, Biceps and Stretching

Saturday: Optional Additional Training Resources

Sunday: Rest Day

Ryukyu Workout Routine: Dragon Chest, Triceps and Optional Endurance Work

Warm Up:

100 Jump Rope Skips

Triset A:

A. Bench Press

3×10

B. Tricep Overhead Extension

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset B:

A. Chest Flyes

3×10

B. Tricep Kickbacks

3×10 each arm

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset C:

A. Push Ups

3×15

B. Dips

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Optional Endurance Work:

Run/Walk/Jog for 15-30 Minutes

Ryukyu Workout Routine: Dragon Legs, Core and Optional Endurance Work

Warm Up:

100 Jump Rope Skips

Triset A:

A. Goblet Squats

3×10

B. Sit Ups

3×20

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset B:

A. Weighted Lunges

3×10 each leg

B. Lying Leg Raises

3×20

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset C:

A. Weighted Glute Bridges

3×15

B. V-Ups

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Optional Endurance Work:

Run/Walk/Jog for 15-30 Minutes

Ryukyu Workout Routine: Extra Optional HIIT and or Endurance Training

For your endurance, HIIT or MMA/Parkour days you have quite a few options.
You can utilize other workouts posted on Unorthodox Training OR you can do 45-60+ minutes of varied cardio (bike, treadmill, elliptical, stairs, row, swim, etc.)…Or If you are a member of our membership there are many more resources and information modules available to you for helping you with your fitness training.

You can also do running based on your fitness level.

Option One – Run Based on Overall Fitness Level:

Beginner: 1-3 Miles

Intermediate: 3-5 Miles

Advanced: 5+ Miles

Option Two – Varied Cardio (HIIT or LISS) for 45-60 Minutes:

Split your cardio up however you’d like but complete 45-60+ minutes using:

  • Treadmill Walk/Run
  • Rower Machine
  • StairMaster
  • Elliptical
  • Swim
  • Bike
Ryukyu Workout Routine: Dragon Shoulders, Traps and Optional Endurance Work

Warm Up:

100 Jump Rope Skips

Triset A:

A. Overhead Press

3×10

B. Kettlebell Swings

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset B:

A. Upright Rows

3×10

B. Dumbbell Clean and Press

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset C:

A. Shrugs

3×20

B. Dumbbell Front Raises

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Optional Endurance Work:

Run/Walk/Jog for 15-30 Minutes

Ryukyu Workout Routine: Dragon Back, Biceps and Optional Endurance Work

Warm Up:

100 Jump Rope Skips

Triset A:

A. Deadlift

3×10

B. Alternating Bicep Curls

3×10 each arm

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset B:

A. Bent Over Rows

3×10

B. Hammer Curls

3×10 each arm

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Triset C:

A. Lateral Raises

3×15

B. Chin Ups

3×10

C. Jump Rope

3×50

Optional Endurance Work:

Run/Walk/Jog for 15-30 Minutes

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