The Hulk Workout

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The Hulk Workout

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

Hulk Stats:

Height: 5′ 10″ (as Bruce Banner); 7′ – 8′ (Savage Hulk), 6’6″ (Gray Hulk), 7’6″ (Merged Hulk), 8’8″ (Green Scar)
Weight: 128 lbs (58 kg) (as Banner); 1,040 – 1,400 lbs (Savage Hulk), 900 lbs (Gray Hulk), 1,150 lbs (Merged Hulk), 2,400 lbs (Green Scar)
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

NUTRITION

Looking for nutritional information to help get you on track with your health and fitness goals? We also have you covered, on our Unorthodox Training Nutrition page we have laid out many of the basics for nutrition information that has helped to consistently get results. We go into nutrition more in-depth in our membership program as well. Combining fitness and nutrition routines or plans together can allow you to optimize your health and fitness with your lifestyle. Your nutrition should be set-up in a way that helps you to create a sustainable health and fitness routine to achieve your desired health and fitness results.

 

Hulk Workout:

Training Volume:

5-6 days per week

This one has been stepped up to 5 days from the usual 4-6 because it’s the freakin’ Hulk people!

Explanation:

We’re talking about The Hulk here!  This routine is pretty brutal.  BUT, it’s effective and will leave you sore and wanting more.  There are 5 days of programmed training, and the other 1-2 days can be added as activity or mixed martial arts training.  All heroes should know how to defend themselves.

What you need to know:

A Superset means you’re performing those movements back to back.  If a movement is part of “Superset 1” it’s part of the grouping of movements in that superset and you perform them back to back and then proceed to break and do another set [of those movements] after.

HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training.  Do one minute ON (sprint 6-10mph) and one minute OFF (walk 2.5-3.3mph) for 25 minutes.  That means you go back and forth every minute for the duration.  On, off, on, off, etc.

Day 1: Bench Press

-10 min Incline Walk

-Bench Press: 10, 8, 5, 3, 1

-Incline Dumbbell Bench Press: 3X10-super set 1

-Dumbbell Chest Flies: 3X10-super set 1

-Decline Cable Flies: 3X10-super set 2

-Dumbbell Bench Press: 3X10-super set 2

-Box Jumps: 3X10-super set 3

-Rapid Alternating Step Ups: 3X10(each)-super set 3

-Tuck Jumps: 3X10-super set 4

-Incline Sprints: 3X1 min-super set 4

-Jump and Reach: 3X10-super set 5

-Four Square Hop: 3X10(squares)-super set 5

Day 2: Squats

-10 min Incline Walk

-Squats: 10, 8, 5, 3, 1

-Leg Press: 3X10-super set 1

-Lunges: 3X10(each)-super set 1

-Step Ups: 3X10(each)-super set 2

-Calf Raises: 3X10-super set 2

-Box Jumps: 3X10-super set 3

-Rapid Alternating Step Ups: 3X10(each)-super set 3

-Tuck Jumps: 3X10-super set 4

-Incline Sprints: 3X1 min-super set 4

-Jump and Reach: 3X10-super set 5

-Four Square Hop: 3X10(squares)-super set 5

Day 3: Military Press

-10 min Incline Walk

-Military Press: 10, 8, 5, 3, 1

-Arnold Press: 3X10-super set 1

-Shrugs: 3X10-super set 1

-Front Raises: 3X10-super set 2

-Lateral Raises: 3X10-super set 2

-Box Jumps: 3X10-super set 3

-Rapid Alternating Step Ups: 3X10(each)-super set 3

-Tuck Jumps: 3X10-super set 4

-Incline Sprints: 3X1 min-super set 4

-Jump and Reach: 3X10-super set 5

-Four Square Hop: 3X10(squares)-super set 5

Day 4: Deadlifts

-10 min incline walk

-Deadlifts: 10, 8, 5, 3, 1

-Cable Rows: 3X10-super set 1

-One Arm Dumbbell Rows: 3X10(each)-super set 1

-Lateral Pull Downs: 3X10-super set 2

-Bent Over Rows: 3X10-super set 2

-Box Jumps: 3X10-super set 3

-Rapid Alternating Step Ups: 3X10(each)-super set 3

-Tuck Jumps: 3X10-super set 4

-Incline Sprints: 3X1 min-super set 4

-Jump and Reach: 3X10-super set 5

-Four Square Hop: 3X10(squares)-super set 5

Day 5: Big Arms

-10 min incline walk

-Barbell Curl: 10, 8, 5, 3, 1

-Skull Crushers: 10, 8, 5, 3, 1

-Hammer Curls: 3X10-super set 1

-Preacher Curls: 3X10-super set 1

-Dumbbell Overhead Tricep Extension: 3X10-super set 2

-Cable Push Downs: 3X10-super set 2

-Box Jumps: 3X10-super set 3

-Rapid Alternating Step Ups: 3X10(each)-super set 3

-Tuck Jumps: 3X10-super set 4

-Incline Sprints: 3X1 min-super set 4

-Jump and Reach: 3X10-super set 5

-Four Square Hop: 3X10(squares)-super set 5

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