Sunday, November 10, 2013

Pokemon Workouts #01-#03: Bulbasaur-Venusaur

Hello, there! Welcome to the world of Pokemon workouts! My name is Stephen. People call me the Anime Trainer! This world is inhabited by workouts inspired by creatures called Pokemon! For some people, Pokemon workouts are a hobby. Others use them as a way to get in shape. Myself... I create Pokemon workouts as a profession.

Your very own Pokemon workout legend is about to unfold! A world of dreams and adventures with Pokemon workouts awaits! Let's go!


Pokemon Workouts #01-#03: Bulbasaur-Venusaur 

Bulbasaur

  1. 50 Yard Bear Crawl
  2. 1 Minute Alternating Squat-Stance Waves with Battle Ropes
  3. 50 Yard Frog Hop
  4. 1 Minute Battle Rope Slams
--5 Rounds 


Ivysaur
  1. 100 Yard Bear Crawl
  2. 1 Minute Alternating Squat-Stance Waves with Battle Ropes
  3. 100 Yard Frog Hop
  4. 1 Minute Battle Rope Slams
  5. 100 Yard Bear Crawl
  6. 1 Minute In-Out Squat-Stance Waves with Battle Ropes
  7. 16 Push-ups
--5 Rounds


Venusaur (wearing a 25# weighted vest or backpack)
  1. 100 Yard Bear Crawl
  2. 1 Minute Alternating Squat-Stance Waves with Battle Ropes
  3. 100 Yard Frog Hop
  4. 1 Minute Battle Rope Slams
  5. 100 Yard Bear Crawl
  6. 1 Minute In-Out Squat-Stance Waves with Battle Ropes
  7. 32 Push-ups
--5 Rounds

 
Mega Venusaur Add-on (If you are able to complete the Venusaur workout in its entirety without stopping, you can do this to finish up your workout)
  1. 100 Yard Bear Crawl
  2. 100 Push-ups
  3. 100 Yard Reverse Bear Crawl



Notes:

  • You may not advance to the next level of the workout until you are capable of completing the workout in its entirety without rest. 
  • Short video with a bunch of Battle Rope drills. You can find the ones in the workout on here, as well. The only difference is that on the "squat-stance" portion, you are just sitting in the bottom of the squat, instead of going up and down. 
  • For the bear crawl, go onto all fours, keeping your butt in the air and a great deal of your weight on your palms. You left hand moves forward, followed by your right leg, then your right hand and then your left leg, so that you should always have three points of contact with the ground. 
  • For the frog hop, you will squat down, with your feet wide and your palms on the ground in front of you. You will hold yourself on your hands as your feet hop up to come even with your hands. Then, you will reach out in front of you with your hands and repeat. At no point should both your hands and your feet be off the ground at the same time. 
That's all for today! Until next time, good luck and train hard!
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