Hyoga Workout Routine: Train Like Hyoga From Dr. Stone

By | January 4, 2022

Hyoga Workout Routine: Train Like Hyoga From Dr. Stone: Hyoga is an anime/manga character from the anime series “Dr. Stone.” It’s undoubtedly one of the most incredible series you will watch. Hyoga plays the role of one of the significant antagonists in the series.

While Hyoga is well known for the evil deeds and fighting against the Senku, he is also a pretty skilled fighter and looks ripped as a martial artist. So yeah, if you also want the Hyoga workout routine, and look like him, keep reading.

Hyoga Workout Routine: Train Like Hyoga From Dr. Stone

Hyoga Workout Routine: Train Like Hyoga From Dr. Stone

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Hyoga Body Stats

Height 6 ft 2 inch
Weight 81 kg
Age Around the ’20s
Chest 44 inch
Waist 32 inch
Biceps 15-16 inch

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Hyoga Workout Routine

Hyoga is undoubtedly one of the notable characters in the series; whether he is good or bad, you will find it after watching the series. There are lots of plots and twist in the series, so indeed, do watch it, and I’m sure you will be shocked. Not to forget how they have portrayed Hyoga in the series is super-rich. If we talk about his workout routine and how he keeps himself fit and maintains that excellent body shape?

Well, Hyoga is quite a tough guy, and you need to understand that all characters in Dr. Stone live in a stone age period. So, it’s all the caveman things they have to do, fighting with spears, shields, cutting down the trees with an ax. Hunting for survival, and even though Dr. Stone has science mixed with the story, doesn’t mean that these characters had an easy time. So to get a body like Hyoga, you will need to work out like a person living in the Stone Age period would do.

So now, during that period, most natural workouts were based on compounds and functional training with weights. It was all strength training mixed with an insane amount of cardio and, of course, weapon training as well. Now, as we don’t have to do so much work these days, our bodies have adapted and gotten weaker genetically as we evolve. So we can quickly get our body ripped and bulkier with workouts based on weight training and cardio alone.

That’s what we will do in our routine; we will focus on workouts based on cardio and weight training. I would suggest working out four days a week, doing mixed workouts based on strength, working on your core a lot, and hitting cardio every day. For a cardio workout, I would suggest doing like 5km run or jog in the morning as soon as you wake up. It will help you get that natural workout like a person in stone would do. For the rest of the routine, follow my workout plan below:

Hyoga workout includes:

Hyoga Workout Routine

Hyoga Workout Routine


Now core workout will be in the morning, right after you get done with your cardio session. In this routine, you will need to do a circuit routine for 15 minutes maximum.

Circuits: 3

Exercise in each circuit: 7

Reps: 35 seconds

Rest time: 1-2 minutes after each circuit

  • Crunches
  • Leg raises
  • In and out crunches
  • Side plank to a crunch
  • Plank twisters
  • High plank
  • Shoulder taps plank


Weight Training

Now for the weight training, we will be mixing many workouts. So I would be giving you a four-day workout routine in which two days will be total body or full-body strength-based workouts, and then two days, we will be doing proper weight training working on our upper and lower bodies.

Sets: 4

Reps: 8



  • Warm-up (deadlifts with only rod)
  • Deadlifts
  • Sumo deadlifts
  • Clean & Jerk
  • Full Snatch
  • Kettlebell squat press
  • Tire flip



  • Bench press
  • Dumbbell press to flyes
  • Lat pulldowns
  • Cable rows
  • Shoulder press
  • Lateral raises
  • Biceps curls (till failure)
  • Triceps pushdowns (till failure)



  • Weighted push-ups
  • Weighted pull-ups
  • Kettlebell swings
  • Farmers walk
  • Sled pull
  • Battle rope
  • Sledgehammer  



  • Barbell squats
  • Hack squats
  • Leg press
  • Leg extension
  • Leg curls
  • Lunges
  • Stiff-leg deadlifts
  • Hip thrusters (till failure)

That’s all for the Hyoga workout routine.

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