Michael B. Jordan’s trainer just revealed Jordan’s workout routine for Creed II, and we can’t get enough of it.
Michael B. Jordan has proved himself as a great actor and a fitness freak. In his last movie, he played Erik Killmonger, the arch nemesis of Black Panther and we witnessed his excellent performance and his physique
This is not a physique he achieved with just the weight loss pills available in the market. To transform into Adonis Creed from Creed II, he had to whip himself into world champion shape.
And this probably would not have been possible without Corey Calliet, Michael B. Jordan’s trainer.
Calliet on an interview said he bulked Michael up on Killmonger and used the bulk to whittle him down for Creed II.
And the results were just mind blowing. Jordan weighed around 188 to 191 for Creed II and he was ripped.
Michael B. Jordan and Calliet had a simple philosophy for his transformation. Work hard to surpass your previous efforts. Calliet said, ” My goal with Michael B. Jordan is to always make him look better than the last time he was on screen.”
And for Creed II that demanded training boxing hard. Now, some actors use sparring sessions to master the craft, but not Jordan. He already knew how to box from Creed I. For Creed II he focused on his hand movements. He trained with heavy bags and perfected the fight choreography.
He also did bodyweight plyometrics and light weightlifting circuits t
The Boxing Workout
This boxing workout will incinerate fat and carve the physique you always dreamt of. Besides losing weight, it will also help you
Shadow Boxing: If you don’t have a punching bag, then fret not, shadow boxing will do the work for you
We have found the best shadow boxing training on the internet for your workout.
A 20 Minute Shadow Boxing HIIT Workout video by NateBowerFitness.
Because you are training to lose fat, you can either do the shadow boxing workout or perform just as many jabs, hooks and cross combination you can for 60 seconds and do four sets of them.
After this shadow boxing workout, you will need to work on the post ring circuit.
Kettlebell Swings: Kettlebell swings can be a great movement to target several muscle groups like quads, glutes, shoulders, core and back, all at once
A CrossFit Seminar Staff member James Hobart demonstrates how to do the kettlebell swing.
Do 4 sets of 8 reps each. Make sure you train in flat-soled shoes. You can even go barefoot—you’ll be more stable.
Dumbbell Goblet Squats: It is a variation of squat and is similarly beneficial when it comes to targeting the leg muscles. This variation is however easier compared to the regular squat. It places a lot of emphasis on the quads.
Live Lean TV Daily Exercises demonstrates on how to do dumbbell goblet squat.
Do 4 sets of 8 reps each. Choose a weight that you can do to a 90-degree parallel level or lower. Focus on the time under tension and execute it correctly!
Press-Ups: Everybody loves the good old press-ups. But when combined with this workout routine, you won’t.
In this video you’ll learn how to do a push up correctly to get the most out of it.
Do 4 sets of 20 reps each. If upper-body size and strength is your goal then you need to make the move harder to keep progressing. You can raise your feet above your hands to up the resistance, or try clap press-ups, which require explosive power. Just saying!
Sit-ups: Sit-ups can be effective when done in this circuit to increase the intensity of the workout and target that rock hard abs where it should be, and where it will be.
In this Howcast video, Max Tapper will show you how to do a situp correctly.
Do 4 sets of 25 reps each. Sit-ups, especially if you’re a beginner, can be taxing on your core. Warm up your muscles properly to lower the risk of injury.
So, for experiencing the real Creed II workout routine, do a few minutes of shadow boxing or hit a heavy bag and then complete the post ring circuit.
And with this the workout routine comes to an end. Hope you liked it. Let us know if you loved the workout routine of Michael B. Jordan for Creed II.
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