Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout 2

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Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout 2

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Stone Cold Steve Austin has built and maintained during his career. 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.

Stone Cold Steve Austin Stats:

Height: 6’2
Weight: (approximate) 252 lbs
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

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Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout:

Training Volume:

4 Days Per Week

Explanation:

Stone Cold Steve Austin’s current workout routine isn’t THAT much different than his workout from 1998. He’s still revolving his workout around the main compound lifts but he’s stepping up the volume and he isn’t adding the cardio that he used to do in order to get more ring ready.

Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout: Sample Workout Routine Schedule

Monday: Back Squat, Calves and Legs

Tuesday: Bench Press, Chest and Triceps

Wednesday: Rest Day

Thursday: Back, Rows and Biceps

Friday: Overhead Press, Traps and Shoulders

Saturday: Rest Day

Sunday: Rest Day

Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout: Back Squat, Calves and Legs

Warm Up:

10 Minute Incline Walk

Compound Lift:

Back Squats

5×12,10,5,5,5

Accessory:

Seated Calf Raises

4×12

Hamstring Curls

4×12

Straight Leg Deadlifts

4×12

Quad Extensions

4×12

Bulgarian Split Squats

4×10 each leg

Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout: Bench Press, Chest and Triceps

Warm Up:

10 Minute Incline Walk

Compound Lift:

Bench Press

5×12,10,5,5,5

Accessory:

Skull Crushers

4×12

Incline Bench Press

4×12

Overhead Tricep Extension

4×12

Cable Flyes

4×12

Weighted Dips

4×12

Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout: Back, Rows and Biceps

Warm Up:

10 Minute Incline Walk

Compound Lift:

Barbell Rows

5×12,10,5,5,5

Accessory:

Preacher Curls

4×12

Wide Grip Lateral Pulldowns

4×12

Close Grip Cable Rows

4×12

Alternating Hammer Curls w/ DBs

4×12

Weighted Chin Ups

4×12

Stone Cold Steve Austin Workout: Overhead Press, Traps and Shoulders

Warm Up:

10 Minute Incline Walk

Compound Lift:

Overhead Press

5×12,10,5,5,5

Accessory:

Barbell Shrugs

4×12

Upright Rows

4×12

Power Cleans

4×12

Dumbbell or Machine Shrugs

4×12

Cable Face Pulls

4×12

Training Volume:

4 days per week

Explanation:

Always 6-8 reps, rarely beyond failure or lower than 6 through risk of injury. A few sets of 10 to warm-up.

He said for him lifting was just a release, and he’d been lifting weights since he was a child and couldn’t imagine life without lifting. It also assisted power moves in wrestling. He still drunk his Guinness’s and Budweiser’s because he wasn’t into bodybuilding, and did cardio to assist his wrestling schedule.

Steve Austin 1998 Workout Day One: Squats

Squat – 5 or 6 sets

Straight-legged deadlift – 2 sets

Barbell shrugs – 2 sets

Dumbell shrugs – 2 sets

Steve Austin 1998 Workout Day Two: Bench Press

Bench – 3 or 4 sets

Incline bench – 2 sets

30 mins cardio

Steve Austin 1998 Workout Day Three: Barbell Rows

Barbell rows – 2 sets

Dumbell rows – 2 sets

Barbell shrugs – 2 sets

Dumbell shrugs – 2 sets

30 mins cardio

Steve Austin 1998 Workout Day Four: Barbell Press

Barbell press – 2 sets

Dumbell press – 2 sets

Close-grip bench – 2 sets

30 mins cardio

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