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Anime Inspired Full Body Calisthenics Workout: The Chamber

How can we train like we're in Dragon Ball's Hyperbolic Time Chamber? This anime inspired calisthenics workout can help warriors train in a similar fashion and mimick the Hyperbolic Time Chamber.

Fictional to Functional Fitness:

The Hyperbolic Time Chamber is just one of the training grounds for the Z-Fighters in the Dragon Ball series. This chamber is a separate dimension from earth where night and day do not exist, gravity is increased and time is slowed down where 1 day in the chamber will equate to 1 year outside of it. Although, we do not have a Hyperbolic Time Chamber of our own in this lifetime, we can add the elements of gravity and time to the exercises we complete to help us achieve great strength. This anime inspired calisthenics workout will require warriors to slow down and control some of the exercises provided to challenge their muscular strength and endurance followed by quick and powerful leg exercises to train explosiveness.

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

Elevated Step

Calisthenics Workout Details:

Complete 10-15 repetitions for each exercise

Complete 3-4 sets for each superset

Rest 60-90 seconds between each superset

The Calisthenics Workout:

Superset 1: Negative Pull Ups + Power Lunges

Superset 2: Negative Push Ups + Single Leg Box Jumps

Superset 3: Chin Ups + Broad Jumps

Exercise Alternatives:

If regression is required or equipment is limited, below are alternative exercises:

Negative pull ups > Standard pull ups

Single leg box jumps > Standard box jumps

Disclaimer: All information presented and written within this article are intended for informational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you should choose to follow or participate in any workout, program or practice, you do so voluntarily and do not hold Initial Mile and it's founder responsible for any cause of injury or death. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional.


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