Tom Hardy Bane Workout

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The workout we have come up with today to post is the Tom Hardy Bane Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Tom Hardy built to play the role of Bane. Don’t forget that nutrition plays an important role when striving to achieve various fitness and strength goals!

Tom Hardy Stats:

Height: 5’9-5’10 (depending on source)
Weight: (approximate) 180 pounds
(Retrieved from Wikipedia)

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.

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Workout:

Tom Hardy Bane Workout Plan (The Dark Knight Rises)

Monday

  • Incline Barbell Bench Press
    Warm Up: 2 x 10-15
    Working Sets: 2 x 5-8
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Dumbbell Floor Press
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 2 x 5-8
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Modified Arching Pull Up
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: As many as possible
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Partial Deadlift
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 5-8
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Floor Clean & Push Press
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 5-8
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Dumbbell Lateral Raise
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 2 x 10-15
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Floor Crunch
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 4 x 10-15
    Rest Periods: 1 minute

Tuesday

  • Dumbbell Calf Raise – Run The Rack
    Warm Up: 1 x 15
    Working Sets: 2 x 3 by rack
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Full-Range Squat
    Warm Up: 2 x 10-15
    Working Sets: 5 x 10
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Walking Lunge
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 2 lengths
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Modified Hamstring Raise
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x As many as possible
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Seated Barbell Curl
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 5-8
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Dips
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 5-8
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Hanging Leg Raise
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 4 x 10-20
    Rest Periods: 1 minute

Wednesday

(Rest.)

Thursday

  • Barbel Bench Press
    Warm Up: 2 x 10-15
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Feet Elevatd Three-Point Pushup
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 2 x As many as possible
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Side-to-Side Pull Up
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x As many as possible
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • T Bar or Barbell Row
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Double Plate Raise
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Wide Grip Upright Row
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Incline Sit Up
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 4 x 10-20
    Rest Periods: 1 minute

Friday

  • Seated Calf Raise
    Warm Up: 1 x 10-15
    Working Sets: 2 x 10-15
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • 1.5 Rep Front Squat
    Warm Up: 2 x 10-15
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Single Leg Press
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Romanian Deadlift
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Standing Dumbbell Curl
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Decline Close Grip Tricep Press
    Warm Up: 1 x 10
    Working Sets: 2 x 8-12
    Rest Periods: 2 minutes
  • Lying Leg Raise
    Warm Up: 0
    Working Sets: 4 x 10-20
    Rest Periods: 1 minute

Weekend

(Rest.)

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