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Anime Inspired Full Body Calisthenics Workout: Ego Endurance

Ultra Ego Vegeta

This anime inspired full body calisthenics workout, Ego Endurance can help warriors build muscular and cardio endurance like Ultra Ego Vegeta.

Fictional to Functional:

Unlike other Z-Fighters that are weakened as they are under attack in their highest form of power, the ultra ego form increases in strength, power and endurance while taking on damage. Although human warriors will weaken when taking on damage in real life, it's still possible to teach the body to endure stress for extended periods of time. This anime inspired full body calisthenics workout will challenge warriors to complete a series of exercises in a high repetition format to achieve the human equivalent of Vegeta's Ultra Ego's strength and endurance.

Workout Implementation:

To maintain balance between all other training practices, it’s recommended to complete a calisthenics workout at least 3x/week at minimum.

Training Equipment:

Pull up bar

Plyo box

Calisthenics Workout Details:

Complete 20-30 repetitions for each exercise

Complete 4-6 sets for each superset

Rest 60-90 seconds between each superset

The Calisthenics Workout:

Superset 1: Incline push up + power lunges

Superset 2: Pull ups + sumo squats

Superset 3: Decline push up + box jumps

Exercise Alternatives:

If some of the exercises are to advance, equipment is limited or regression is required through later sets, here are some exercise regressions.

Pull ups + supported pull ups

Box jumps + jump squats

Full body calisthenics workout inspired by Dragon Ball's Ultra Ego Vegeta. Superset 1 includes incline push ups and power lunges. Superset 2 includes pull ups and sumo squats. Superset 3 includes decline push ups and box jumps.

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