Ty Lee Workout


Ty Lee Workout

The workout we have come up with today to post is the Ty Lee Workout! This one is inspired by the physique that Ty Lee has in the Avatar: The Last Airbender Tv Show. 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.

Ty Lee Stats:

Height: 5’5
Weight: 129
(Information retrieved from Fandom.)


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Ty Lee Workout:

Training Volume:

5+ days per week


For this one we’re going to be training like an acrobat.  We’ve actually seen a handful of other gymnasts and acrobats on the site, so I’ll be pulling from ACTUAL acrobatic/gymnast training regimes and building this one for you.  Being that we aren’t training like an Olympic athlete or Cirque du Soleil acrobat I will be scaling it down a bit for you, but I’ll also share the full workout I’m crafting each portion from if you want to scale it back up for yourself.

Ty Lee Workout: Sample Workout Schedule

Monday: Professional Gymnast Training [Simone Biles Styled]

Tuesday: Cirque Du Soleil Acrobat Training

Wednesday: Professional Gymnast Training [Jake Dalton Styled]

Thursday: Cirque Du Soleil Acrobat Training

Friday: Professional Gymnast Training [Shawn Johnson and Alicia Sacramone Styled]

Saturday: Mixed Martial Arts and/or Parkour

Sunday: Endurance and/or Rest if No Rest Day Taken

Ty Lee Workout: Professional Gymnast Training [Simone Biles Styled]

This portion is being pulled from the research done and article programmed: Simone Biles Workout and Diet.

Morning Endurance Variations (choose one):

Run 3.1 Miles

Bike 15 Miles

Row 1.5 Miles

Afternoon Calisthenics and Holds:

Push Ups


Air Squats




Chin Ups



4×10 each leg


Hollow Hold

3×30 seconds

Plank Hold

3×60 seconds

Side Plank

3×30 seconds each side

L-Sit Hold

3×30 seconds

Ty Lee Workout: Professional Gymnast Training [Jake Dalton Styled]

This portion is being pulled from the research done and article programmed: Jubilee Workout Routine.

Warm Up:

Stretch and Foam Roll


Muscle Ups (Rings)


Handstand Push Ups


Kettlebell Swings


Shoulder Presses


Straight Body Pulls (Rings)


Hollow Hold

3×30 Seconds

Ab Workout:

Stability Ball Push Up with Pike




Hollow Rocks


Stability Ball Plank Holds


Ty Lee Workout: Professional Gymnast Training [Shawn Johnson and Alicia Sacramone Styled]

This portion is being pulled from the research done and article programmed: Black Canary Workout Routine.

Base Calisthenics:

Shoulder Taps


Jump Squats


Lunge Walk w/ Bar Held in Front or Front Shelf (Front Squat Position)

3×20 Steps (10 Each Leg)

Pike Up on Stability Ball


Standing Side Jumps Over Box/Step/Block


Core Movements:



Hanging Leg Raises


Optional Additions:

Push Ups (or Knee Ups, or Handstand Push Ups)


Chin Ups (or Assisted or Pike Push Ups)


Dips (or Chair Dips or Assisted)


Ty Lee Workout: Acrobat Training [Cirque Du Soleil Styled]

This portion is being pulled from the research done and article programmed: Cirque du Soleil Workout Routine.

Warm Up:

High Knees x 20

Butt Kicks x 20

Jumping Jacks x 20

Air Squats x 20

Twisting Heel Touch (Wide Leg/Arms Wide for Twist) x 10 each side

Giant Lunge w/ Opposite Arm Straight Up x 15 second hold

Giant Lunge w/ Both Arms Planted In Front x 15 second hold

Hamstring Stretch x 15 second


One Arm KB Deadlift into Reverse Lunge


KB Goblet Squat


Foam Roll Plank (Foam Roller under Legs, Roll In and Out During Plank)


Conditioning and Stamina:

Each Session Starts at a 5 Minute Increment (5, 10, 15):

Session One:

Squat Press with Dumbbells x 15 reps

DB Deadlift into Bent Over Rows x 10 reps

Complete 3 Sets Total within 5 Minutes

Session Two:

Kettlebell Swings x 15

Burpees x 10

Complete 3 Sets Total within 5 Minutes

Session Three:

Accumulate 2 Minutes of an L-Sit Hold within your 5 Minutes

You can sub with a Hollow Hold (Reverse Superman Hold)

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