The Viking Workout

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Viking Workout

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

Viking Stats:

Height:

Men Average: 5 ft 7-3/4 in.

Women Average: 5 ft 2-1/2 in

Weight: (NA)


(Information retrieved from Fandom.)

NUTRITION

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Viking Workout:

Training Volume:

4+ Days Per Week

Explanation:

You’re always welcome to take extra days of activity to add in, but this is going to more-or-less follow a strength, four day split, for both men and women!

Supersets: 

Do both exercises once with no break, then break and finish another 2 sets in this same cycle.

Ex: 12 reps of X movement, 12 reps of Y movement, then break, then repeat.

Viking Workout Day One: Chest and Triceps

Warm Up:

Stretch

1600m Row

Workout:

Bench Press

5×12,10,8,5,3

Incline Bench Press (DB or BB)

3×12

Overhead Tricep Extension (Dumbbell)

3×12

Superset 1:

3×12 reps each w/ dumbbells

Chest Flys

Hex Press

Superset 2:

Tricep Cable Pushdown

Tricep Cable Kickbacks

Finisher:

Dips

3×10-20 (weighted if you can)

Viking Workout Day Two: Back and Biceps

Warm Up:

Stretch

1600m Row

Workout:

Deadlift

5×12,10,8,5,3

Lateral Pulldowns

3×12

Bicep Curls

3×12

Superset 1:

3×12 reps each

Dumbbell Rows

Face Pulls

Superset 2:

Cable Hammer Curls

Cable Curls

Finisher:

Wide Grip Pull Ups

3×10-20 (weighted if you can)

Viking Workout Day Three: Shoulders and Traps

Warm Up:

Stretch

1600m Row

Workout:

Military Press

5×12,10,8,5,3

Barbell Shrugs

3×12

Barbell Upright Rows

3×12

Superset 1:

3×12 reps each w/ dumbbells

Arnold Press

Dumbbell Front Raises

Superset 2:

Machine Shrugs (or cable shrugs)

Dumbbell Shrugs

Finisher:

Push Ups

3×20-50 (weighted if you can)

Viking Workout Day Four: Legs and Calves

Warm Up:

Stretch

1600m Row

Workout:

Back Squats

5×12,10,8,5,3

Calf Raises (on Leg Press)

3×12-20

Leg Press

5×12,10,8,5,3

Calf Raises (on Leg Press)

Superset 1:

3×12 reps each w/ dumbbells

Weighted Step Ups (6 each leg)

Goblet Squat

Superset 2:

Straight Leg Deadlift w/ Kettlebell

Weighted Calf Raises

Finisher:

Lunges

3×10-20 (weighted if you can)

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