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Anime Inspired Full Body Calisthenics Workout: Fighter's Strength


Anime Inspired Full Body Calisthenics Workout

This anime inspired full body calisthenics workout, Fighter's Strength can help warriors build muscular strength and cardio endurance like Dragon Ball's, Android 18.


Fictional to Functional Workout:

Android 18, a.k.a. Lazuli was originally a human who was kidnapped by Dr. Gero who restructured her into an android. During the Cell series, Android 18 proves to have the fighter's strength after challenging Vegeta and taking on Cell. This anime inspired full body calisthenics workout, Fighter's Strength will challenge warriors to complete a series of calisthenics supersets to build muscular strength and cardio endurance like Android 18.


Android 18 Stats:

Classification - Human restructured into Android

Age - Early 30's (speculation)

Height - 169 cm / 5'7"


Powers:

Advance martial arts skills

Super strength

Super speed

Super reflexes

Super endurance

Super senses

Ki manipulation

Flight


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


Anime Inspired Calisthenics Workout Details:

Complete 20-30 repetitions for each exercise

Complete 4-6 sets for each superset

Rest 60-90 seconds between each superset


Anime Inspired Calisthenics Workout:

1. Rocket Push Ups + Sumo Squats

2. Pull Ups + Lateral Lunges

3. Plank Down Ups with Toe Tap + Split Squat


Exercise Alternatives:

If some of the exercises are too advance or equipment is limited below are some alternatives to safely regress exercises.


Pull ups > supported pull ups

Split squats > static lunges



Anime inspired full body calisthenics workout

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