The workout we have come up with today to post is the Solid Snake Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Solid Snake has in the Metal Gear Video Game. 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.
Solid Snake Stats:
Height: 5’10-6′ (depending on the year of citation)
Weight: 140-167 lbs (depending on the year of citation)
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)
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Solid Snake Workout:
5+ days per week
For this one we’re going straight to the source. We know Solid Snake is a Green Beret, so we’re going to train like one. Who better to tell us how to do that than Military.com? The source. I’m going to be sharing a workout provided for the first test which is Special Forces Assessment and Selection Course (SFAS). We’ll call this the beginner workout before the Green Beret workout. From there I’ll be sharing a much more advanced routine that is based around the Q Test to become a Green Beret after you are chosen for the test (called Special Forces Qualification Course (SFQC)).
Solid Snake Workout: Beginner Workout for SFAS Test Prep
The actual test is as follows:
- Complete the 2-mile run in at least 12 to 14 minutes
- 100 sit-ups in 2 minutes
- 100 push-ups in 2 minutes
If you complete this in it’s entirety (within the time) you get a score of 300.
You need minimum of a 260 to pass.
So here is your prep work:
3-5 days per week of the following:
- 1-3 mile run (make sure to switch distance each time)
- 250 Push Ups
- 200 Sit Ups
- 150 Air Squats
- 100 Pull Ups
These can and should be broken down into individual sets.
Solid Snake Workout: Advanced Workout for SFQC Test Prep
This is a direct workout for test prep from Military.com. This is advanced and high volume so keep that in mind when you work your way up to it.
Swimming: NEVER Swim Alone
- Two to three times a week, 1,000 to 2,000 meters each time.
- One day a week, try to swim wearing cammies and boots for 100 meters.
- Wear fins when swimming half the time as well.
- Four to five times a week, 3 to 5 miles as fast as you can.
- Twice a week, do rucksack marches carrying a 30 to 50-pound load marching 5 to 15 miles at a fast walking pace.
PT: Every Other Day
- Pull-ups, 75 to 100 repetitions (seven to 10 sets of 10 reps).
- Push-ups, 200 to 300 repetitions (10 to 15 sets of 20 reps).
- Sit-ups, 200 to 300 repetitions (five to 10 sets of 40 to 50 reps).
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