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Well, now you can. Or as close as you can get without undergoing genetic mutation, government experiments, or divine intervention. Introducing our Superhero Workout series— fitness tips, exercises, and routines designed to transform you from a mere civilian into the defender of the planet you knew you were always meant to be. Power and explosivity are skills that any trainee should be able to develop. The below drills are the next best thing to adding a little Super Soldier Serum to your morning protein shake.
PAP Squats One of the best training methods for improving strength and power is to pair a heavy weighted exercise and an un-weighted, explosive exercise. Using PAP on squats makes for a high-intensity workout that will not only have you getting serious air on your jumps but will also fry your thighs and hamstrings thoroughly.
Watch as each successive set you do moves faster and feels lighter. Directions Complete 2 sets of the back squat , going immediately into jump squats after the second set. Rest as directed and perform another set of heavy squats followed by another set of jump squats right away.
Perform up to 5 rounds, but stop when you feel yourself slowing down or if the weights start feeling heavier. Rest at least 2 minutes between rounds. Do this workout only once per week. Barbell Squat loading Sets: 2 Reps: 5 Rest: 60 sec. Set up in a squat rack or cage not shown.
Grasp the bar as far apart as is comfortable and step under it. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and nudge the bar out of the rack. Step back and stand with your feet at shoulder width and your toes turned slightly outward. Bend your hips back and then bend your knees to lower your body as far as you can while keeping a long spine with your head, spine, and hips aligned.
Push your knees outward as you descend. Extend your hips to come back up, continuing to push your knees outward. Jump Squat loading Sets: 1 Reps: 5—10 Rest: 45 sec. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and squat down about halfway. Jump as high as you can. Land with soft knees and begin the next rep. Barbell Squat Sets: 1 Reps: 5 Rest: 0 sec. Jump Squat Sets: 1 Reps: 5—10 Rest: sec. Barbell Complex loading Part of what makes a superhero super heroic is his gas tank.
Imagine if Captain America could only run, jump, or fight for 20 seconds and then had to sit down for several minutes to catch his breath.
Enter the barbell complex, which conditions the muscles as well as the cardiovascular system to work intensely and perform explosively for long periods and recover to be able to kick ass again quickly. Directions Load a barbell with a light weight 25 pounds each side may be enough to start.
Perform the following exercises in sequence, completing 6—8 reps for each in turn. Do not let the bar rest between exercises—the movements are designed to flow from one to the other. Complete 3 rounds, resting as needed between them. Perform 10 reps for each lift in the second round and 15 reps in the third reduce the weight accordingly.
Romanian Deadlift Hold a barbell with a shoulder-width grip and stand with feet hip-width apart. Twist your feet into the floor to generate tension in your hips. Tilt your tailbone back and bend your hips back as far as you can. Allow your knees to bend as needed while your lower the bar along your shins until you feel a stretch in your hamstrings.
Keep your spine long and straight throughout. Squeeze your glutes as you come back up to lock out your hips. Hang Clean From the bottom position of the Romanian deadlift, explosively extend your hips and knees as if jumping while at the same time shrugging your shoulders and pulling the bar straight up in front of your torso.
As the bar reaches chest level, bend your elbows so that your palms face the ceiling and catch the bar at shoulder level, upper arms parallel to the floor. Bend your hips and knees as you catch the bar to absorb its impact and then stand straight up. Thruster From the finish position of the hang clean, squat as low as you can while keeping a long spine. Come back up and use the momentum to help press the bar overhead. Alternating Reverse Lunge After your last thruster, lower the bar to rest on your traps.
Keeping a vertical torso and long spine, step back with one leg and lower your body until your rear knee nearly touches the floor and your front thigh is parallel to the floor. Come back up to standing and repeat on the opposite leg.
Deadlift Heave the bar off your traps and overhead using momentum from your legs. Lower it to the floor. Stand with feet hip-width apart and tilt your tailbone back. Bend your hips back to reach down and grasp the bar with hands just outside your knees.
Keeping a long spine with your head in line with your hips, take a deep breath, brace your abs, and drive through your heels.
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