Wolverine Workout


Intermediate Level of Difficulty (45 minute workout)

This is a sample workout routine that Hugh Jackman did to prepare for the role of Wolverine in the X-Men series.

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Exercise

Complete a general full body warm-up for 3-5 minutes before moving on to the first exercise of the workout.

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Concept 2 Rowing

The seated rowing machine is a very challenging piece of cardio equipment that targets the entire body.

Do this for 5 minutes
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Exercise

Perform 2-3 lighter warm-up sets before completing 5 sets of 5 repetitions. Increase the weight every set if you're able to and take longer rests between the later sets if you need.

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Barbell Deadlift

The barbell deadlift is an excellent compound exercise that targets the glutes, hamstrings and lower back.

Do 5 reps then rest for 2 minutes - Do this 5 times before moving on.
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Exercise

Perform a set of 5 reps of the front squat (kettlebell, dumbbells or barbell) and then move right into a set of 5 chin-ups or pull-ups before taking a rest.

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Barbell Front Squats

The front barbell squat is an intermediate lower body exercise that targets the quads, glutes, hamstrings and core!

Do 5 reps - Do this 5 times before moving on.
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Pull-ups

The straight arm pull-up is a challenging upper body exercise that targets the traps, back, shoulders and arms.

Do 5 reps then rest for 1 minute - Do this 5 times before moving on.
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Exercise

Complete a total of 25 repetitions to finish the workout.

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Weighted Sit-Ups

The weighted sit-up is a core strength exercise that targets the abs, obliques and lower back.

Do 5 reps - Do this 5 times before moving on.
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