The Jamie Foxx Workout

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The workout we have come up with today to post is the Jamie Foxx Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Jamie Foxx 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.

Jamie Foxx Stats:

Height: 5’9-5’10 (depending on source)
Weight: (approximate) 185 lbs
(Information retrieved from Wikipedia.)

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Jamie Foxx Workout:

Training Volume:

3-5+ days per week

Explanation:

Foxx likes to stay active.  For that reason, his training level is probably more than 3 days a week, but we’re going to utilize programming for push, pull, legs, which will hit on some of the things he mentions finding extremely important (hamstrings, back, glutes, etc)- while also adding in his full body/core workout and bodyweight exercise (which he also mentioned).

The active days are on you!

There will be activity days, like Foxx plays and trains for basketball.  You can choose to do other forms of activity, but get out there and use your fitness for at least an hour.

Superset Explanation:

Supersets are highlighted and marked with letters showing which exercises are within.  These are to be performed one after another until one set of each is finished, and then you can break and rinse and repeat.

Jamie Foxx Workout Day One: Pull

Warm Up:

Stretch

10 Minute High Incline Walk

Workout:

Weighted Back Extension

4×12

Standing Bar Curls

4×12

Tri-set One:

A. Cable Back Crossovers

3×10

B. Pull Ups

3×10

C. Cable Single Arm Curls

3×10

Superset One:

A. Lateral Pulldowns

3×10

B. Hammer Strength Rows (or Cable)

3×10

Finisher Circuit:

3 Rounds

10 Hanging Leg Raises

10 Bicep Curl Step Ups

Jamie Foxx Workout Day Two: Jamie Foxx Full Body Core Workout

Warm Up:

Stretch

10 Minute High Incline Walk

Quad Set One:

A. Leg Press

3×10

B. Plank

3×30 seconds

C. Push Ups

3×15

D. Lateral Crawl

3×15 meters

Tri-Set One:

A. Dumbbell Lunge

3×10 each leg

B. Horizontal Wood Chop

3×20 each side

C. Pull Ups

3×15-20

Tri-Set Two:

A. Dumbbell Curl

3×10-15 each arm

B. Standing Calf Raise

3×10-15

C. Dumbbell Overhead Press

3×10-12

Quad Set Two:

A. Hollow Hold

3×10-20 seconds

B. Dumbbell Y-T-W-I

3×20

C. Swiss Ball Stir the Pot

3×20

D. Weighted Dips

3×15-20

Jamie Foxx Workout Day Three: Push

Warm Up:

Stretch

10 Minute High Incline Walk

Workout:

Bench Press (DB or BB)

4×12

Dumbbell Skull Crushers

4×12

Tri-set One:

A. Hex Press

3×10

B. Push Ups

3×25

C. Overhead Tricep Extension w/ Plate

3×10

Superset One:

A. Incline Press (Hammer Strength or DB)

3×10

B. Incline Dumbbell Flys

3×10

Finisher Circuit:

3 Rounds

30 second L-Sit

15 Dips

5 Burpees

Jamie Foxx Workout Day Four: Jamie Foxx Full Body Core Workout

Warm Up:

Stretch

10 Minute High Incline Walk

Quad Set One:

A. Leg Press

3×10

B. Plank

3×30 seconds

C. Push Ups

3×15

D. Lateral Crawl

3×15 meters

Tri-Set One:

A. Dumbbell Lunge

3×10 each leg

B. Horizontal Wood Chop

3×20 each side

C. Pull Ups

3×15-20

Tri-Set Two:

A. Dumbbell Curl

3×10-15 each arm

B. Standing Calf Raise

3×10-15

C. Dumbbell Overhead Press

3×10-12

Quad Set Two:

A. Hollow Hold

3×10-20 seconds

B. Dumbbell Y-T-W-I

3×20

C. Swiss Ball Stir the Pot

3×20

D. Weighted Dips

3×15-20

Jamie Foxx Workout Day Five: Legs

Warm Up:

Stretch

10 Minute High Incline Walk

Workout:

Back Squats

4×12

Hamstring Curls

4×12

Tri-set One:

A. Cable Pull-throughs

3×10

B. Bulgarian Split Squat

3×10 each leg

C. Pull Up/Dip Machine Leg Pushdowns

3×10 each leg

Superset One:

A. Quad Extension

3×10

B. Jump Squats

3×10

Finisher Circuit:

3 Rounds

60 Second Plank

30 Second Squat Wall Hold

10 Plank to Push Ups

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