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Anime Inspired Full Body Calisthenics Workout: Path To Supreme

Anime inspired full body calisthenics workout

How can warriors build strength, power and endurance like Dragon Ball's Supreme Kai race? This anime inspired full body calisthenics workout, Path to Supreme can guide warriors into the right direction.

Fictional to Functional Fitness:

Although we do not see the Supreme Kais fight much in the Dragon Ball Z series, it is understood that they are more powerful than Frieza and can defeat him in one strike. To hold this type of supreme, power can only be followed by long, committed training and mastering the basics. Additionally, in Dragon Ball Super series, we are introduced to an evil Supreme Kai, Zamasu who has proven that they can achieve tremendous powers. This anime inspired full body workout, will challenge warriors to train movements beyond the basics in calisthenics to help them, build strength, endurance and help them progress into more advance exercises.

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

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:

1. Push Up Side Plank Rotation + Squat Hold Walks

2. Pull Ups + Donkey Kicks

3. Planche Push Ups + Balancing Run Lunge

Exercise Alternatives:

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

Planche push up > diamond push up

Balancing run lunge > split squat

Anime inspired full body calisthenics workout

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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