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Get in shape like Baki, the new Netflix Anime Mixed Martial Arts star: Baki is an anime/manga character best known for his series “Baki The Grappler.” The series has been adapted by Netflix in 2018 and two seasons of Baki have been released.

Baki is a well-known martial artist who is on a mission to kill his father, who owns the title of the world’s most powerful martial artist. You can get the Baki workout regimen if you continue reading this article.

Baki Body Stats

Height 5 ft 11 inch
Weight  72-75 kg
Age  17 years
Chest  44 inch
Waist  30 inch
Biceps  

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Baki Workout Routine

Baki is a figure well-known for his physique and demeanor; you may recall him from the Baki the Grappler cartoons of the past. However, there is a new Netflix series that is more like a remake. Baki is shown as a monstrous creature with Arnold-like features and fighting prowess akin to Bruce Lee. Baki is the most important martial artist in the world in this incredible anime.

Baki

 

With or without his super Saiyan powers, he could be on the same playing field as Goku. A murdering machine, Baki lacks emotions while fighting and has a singular goal in his life, as depicted by the characters. It is Baki’s goal to murder his father, who has been dubbed the strongest man on the planet and the greatest martial artist in history. How does Baki’s training regimen differ from that of other athletes? What are the daily rituals of Baki’s life?

I don’t think we’ll ever be able to get our bodies in shape. Baki depicts events that can only be described as myths because it is an anime. There are many examples of his abilities, including superhuman strength, rapid reflexes, and the ability to fix and heal so quickly that it looks like he’s regenerating. As for possessing Baki’s figure, remember that it is technically possible but extremely difficult.

In order to get the most out of your workouts, I recommend that you train six days a week for at least three to four hours each day. Weight training, strength training, and combat training are all part of the program. If you don’t give your body a specific amount of rest, the routine will wreak havoc on your body.

The Baki workout includes:

Baki-Hanma

Morning Routine

Adding cardio and weight training to the morning regimen will give us two new options to choose from.

Cardio

Cardio activities may be anything you want them to be, but we’ve seen Baki run to train with his dad in the series. As a result, I also recommend that you run for six days in a row, switching up your running schedule in the following manner:

Day 1, 3, and 5: Run for 30 to 45 minutes at a moderate pace.
Running for 10 to 20 minutes at a fast pace on days 2, 4, and 6

Baki Weight Training

If you want to look like Baki, I recommend training in supersets and including exercises that the normal bodybuilder would avoid doing in the weight room. Of course, it’s not going to be easy to appear and act like Baki. We can, however, give it a shot:

Sets: 5

Reps: 6 to 8 (with heavyweight)

 

Monday
  • Push-ups
  • Pull-ups
  • Bench press
  • Dumbbell flyes
  • Lat pulldowns
  • Cable rows
  • Shoulder press
  • Lateral raises
  • Shrugs

 

Tuesday
  • Squats
  • Jump squats
  • Weighted squats
  • Barbell front squats
  • Leg press
  • Lunges
  • Leg extension
  • Stiff-leg deadlift

 

Wednesday
  • Squat press-up
  • Kettlebell swings
  • Snatch
  • Clean and jerk
  • Bulgarian squats
  • Deadlift
  • Sumo deadlift
  • Battle rope
Thursday
  • Wide grip push-ups
  • Diamond push-ups
  • Biceps dumbbell curls
  • Barbell curls
  • Hammer curls
  • Triceps pushdowns
  • Triceps bench press
  • Triceps dumbbell kickbacks

 

Friday
  • Smith machine squats
  • Hack squats
  • Crusty lunges
  • Single leg pushdown
  • Hip thrusters
  • Hip abduction
  • Calf raises
  • Hyperextension

 

Saturday
  • Muscle-ups
  • Weighted archer pull-ups
  • Six count burpees
  • Battle rope push-ups
  • Rope climb
  • Snatch
  • Deadlift
  • Tire flip

 

Evening Routine

In the evening routine, we will train our fighting skills and then finish with a core workout.

Martial Arts

I won’t be able to tell you anything about martial arts because I lack the expertise of the gym’s instructors. If you want to learn how to fight and move like a pro, you should start training at least four days a week for an hour.

Baki Core Workout

Circuits: 3

Exercises in each circuit: 8

Reps: 40 seconds

Rest time after the whole circuit: two minutes

  • Crunches
  • Leg raises
  • Side to side leg raises
  • Russian twist
  • In and out
  • Plank twister
  • Plank hold
  • Side plank to a crunch

That’s all for the Baki workout routine.