Grappler Baki- Oliva’s Training (Part 2) – Real Anime Training

Grappler Baki- Oliva’s Training (Part 2)

Today we’re going to cover the Wednesday and Thursday workouts for Sergio Oliva and his anime counterpart Biscuit Oliva.

Sergio Oliva’s Wednesday Routine


Sit-ups- 10 Sets of 50 Reps
Leg Raises- 5 Sets of 20 Reps
Sidebends with Bar Behind Neck- 5 Sets, No Specification on Reps

Barbell Squats
-5 Sets with increasingly heavier weight
-5 Reps on Sets 1-4 and 4 Reps on Set 5.

Calf Raises- 10 Sets of 8 Reps

Sergio Oliva’s Thursday Routine


Bench Press- 7 Sets of 5 Reps, increasingly heavier weight

Press Behind Neck/Machine Rows Super Sets
-5 Sets
-5 Reps on Press
-No Rep Specification for Machine Rows

Seated Shoulder Press with Dumbbells- No Rep or Set Specification
Dips- 5 Sets of 8 Reps (No Weight)

Notes:

  • If the exercise does not say the weight increases, pick a weight to stick with for the exercise.
  • If an exercise does not have reps or sets specified, use your own judgement on how you feel that day.
  • For the sit-ups, it is conceivable that at some point you can add weight, but I would say not to until you can do all 10 sets of 50 reps without fail.
  • The leg raises, I suppose, are hanging leg raises. The legs need to remain straight as you do them and come up as high as you can.
  • When doing sidebends with a bar behind your neck, please collar the bar well and try not to do too much weight too soon.
  • The first time you do any of these workouts will be a learning experience of how much weight you should use. I was going to list Oliva’s weights, but they are really quite ridiculous with the sets and reps he does. I will, however, post the photos that have them listed on them. 
That’s all for today guys! Until next time, good luck and train hard!

About the Author Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross is a Certified Personal Trainer with a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of South Carolina and author of Real Anime Training since 2007. He has been studying various modalities of fitness for 20 years and is greatly interested in helping people improve their lives, both in the gym and out.

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