Muzan Kibutsuji Workout Routine: Train like the strongest Demon from “Demon Slayer”: Muzan Kibutsuji is an anime/manga character in “Demon Slayer.” It’s currently one of the most popular anime series and is indeed taking over the world.
Muzan is also the main villain or the boss of all the demons and also the extender of the demon clan. He’s known for his superpower and abilities, so if you also want the Muzan Kibutsuji workout routine, then keep reading.
Muzan Kibutsuji Body Stats
|Age||Over 1000 years|
Muzan Kibutsuji Workout Routine
Muzan is undoubtedly the strongest Demon ever, and even at the end, when it’s shown how Muzan died if in that last battle all slayers didn’t join, Muzan was undefeated. That’s how strong he was; I don’t want to talk about that in detail as many people don’t read manga, and they might be waiting for the anime adaptation. But, when he is so overpowering, what are the things he does to get in that shape?
What Muzan does is not something a human can do; the whole point of the anime is that Muzan is a demon that goes beyond the ability of humans. So you can’t be as powerful as Muzan as it’s physically impossible, and no one can achieve that, but you can still work out and learn the basics. Things that make Muzan so powerful, and those abilities are his superhuman strength, regeneration ability, demon blood art, agility, etc.
Besides these skills, Muzan gets more muscular, and his power increases every time he consumes a human. The stronger the human is, the more power Muzan will get after eating that person. If we talk about achieving a body physique, then it’s not that hard, as you can get a good routine.
We will be doing workouts like weight training, cardio, core, and some combat training. We will be working out twice a day for about five-six days a week, and the total duration of the workout will be around 2-3 hours max, so let’s start the workout routine:
Muzan Kibutsuji workout includes:
In the morning routine, I want to take care of all the C&C workouts. The C&C workout is your Cardio and Core workouts that I think goes the best when you do them together. It’s something that I prefer to do, especially when you are training like an athlete.
In cardio, I would say you can do different HIIT workouts that will help you gain that stamina and also remove unnecessary fat on your body. We will be doing three different exercises that will include Cycling, Running, and kickboxing.
- Running: 15 minutes of running with 30 seconds of intervals sprints after every minute.
- Cycling: 15 minutes of Cycling with 30 seconds of intervals after every minute.
- Kickboxing: 15 minutes of kickboxing with 30 seconds of intervals sprints after every minute.
We will do a quick circuit routine in the core workout to help you get that cardio finisher and burn all the fat from your core area. So let’s get it started:
Exercises in each circuit: 8
Reps: 40 seconds
Rest time after the whole circuit: two minutes
- Resistance hanging leg raises
- Side to side hanging resistance leg raises
- Russian twist
- Plank ball in and out
- Plank twister
- Plank hold
- Side plank to a crunch
In the evening routine, I would say that we focus on doing weight training four days a week. It will be a mixture of various exercises focusing on our upper body and lower body. Also, since we are trying to get a lean and aesthetic body, take the minimum amount of rest as you can between sets and maintain proper form.
- Bench press
- Dumbbell flyes
- Lat pulldowns
- Cable rows
- Shoulder press
- Lateral raises
- Jump squats
- Weighted squats
- Barbell front squats
- Leg press
- Leg extension
- Stiff-leg deadlift
- Wide grip push-ups
- Diamond push-ups
- Biceps dumbbell curls
- Barbell curls
- Hammer curls
- Triceps pushdowns
- Triceps bench press
- Triceps dumbbell kickbacks
- Smith machine squats
- Hack squats
- Crusty lunges
- Skater lunges
- Hip thrusters
- Hip abduction
- Calf raises
That’s all for the Muzan Kibutsuji workout routine.
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