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Iron Man Workout: Bodyweight Routine


Iron Man Workout Bodyweight Routine

The Arrow Workout is a total body routine. Use this bodyweight routine to look like Robert Downey, Jr. from the hit movie Iron Man and its sequels. The focus of the Iron Man workout is on circuit training that works your whole body. The main goal is working your body with different bodyweight exercises. The faster you do them, the more fat-burning will occur as a result.

Here’s the Iron Man Workout Bodyweight Workout Routine:


Iron Man Bodyweight Workout Routine:

The Iron Man Bodyweight Workout Routine includes:

  1. 30 Jumping Jacks
  2. 20 Squats
  3. 10 Abdominal Twists (with Punch)
  4. 10 Planks with Rotations
  5. 10 Elbow Plank Arm Lifts (Forearm Plank)
  6. 6 Push-Ups
  7. 12 Wall Mountain Climbers
  8. 12 Bodyweight Rows

Bodyweight Circuit Training:

Bodyweight circuit training means that you do the workout over and over. You do one set of each exercise, then move onto the next exercise. Using your own bodyweight becomes harder the more circuits you do. The number of circuits right for you depends on your fitness level. Try to start with Level I or II, and work your way up to Level III or beyond.

  • Level I: Do 3 Circuits
  • Level II: 5 Circuits
  • Level III: 7 Circuits
  • Advanced Goal: 10+ Circuits

Catch your breath (rest) for up to 2 minutes between each round. Reduce this amount of time to unlock and harness the true power of bodyweight circuit training. You will find that shortening your rest periods turns this into a HIIT workout. HIIT workouts are the best way to burn fat. Increase the fat-burning aspect of circuit training by slowly minimizing the amount of rest between circuits.

This workout is inspired by looking like Iron Man, but it is not the real thing. If you want to see the actual Iron Man workout, see The Robert Downey Jr. Workout for Iron Man here.

These workouts were created by my friend, Neila Rey. You can find Neila Rey on Google+ here. With all these workouts, it is good to switch them up. Especially, if you have “Workout ADD.” That’s why all these bodyweight workouts were created in the first place. To avoid the same repetitive gym routine every day.

Instead, you can choose a different one every day. This way, your workout doesn’t feel stale. If you like this bodyweight routine, you can find all the bodyweight workouts here.

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