Which of These Following Strangely-Named Workouts Would You Like To Exercise? Check This Out and Cast Your Votes

A workout is a session of vigorous physical exercise or training to promote a healthy lifestyle. Workout has been part of our daily lives for attaining good muscle figure and as well a way to avoid radical elements thriving inside our bodies that may lead to cancer and other serious diseases. By doing these workouts we can promote a longevity of life and wellness of our bodily system through a human process called excretion and by through our sweats in a process called perspiration, thus enabling our body too to have a healthy cardiovascular system, stronger vitality, immunity to diseases, and such.

So I have here a compilation of strange naming of different type of workouts based from comic book, movie and anime characters, etc.

Check them out and cast your votes on the list that you like.

A workout with the most votes will be seen on top of the list.

This is just a fun survey so just enjoy and tell us your most favorite workout among these on the list through comment section.

Hope this post will serve as your online brochure too for your daily exercise in promoting an active and healthy lifestyle.

Good luck and please vote wisely!

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This workout is based from the Japanese anime Dragon Ball Z where Son Gokou is the main character. Super Saiyan is the term for an advanced transformation of the Saiyan race (race of extraordinarily powerful hybrids or beings) where Son Gokou belongs.

12 points


A gamer is a type of workout named after those who are literally cyber gamers or those who just loves video, online, RPG, MMORPG, or any virtual games. 

This type of workout is quite easy as you can see its routines, coz one reason is that some of the gamers seldom do exercise — they just rather have mice and keyboards all day long. 

12 points


A workout based from an action-adventure video game series "Assassin's Creed" developed by Ubisoft which was later made into film where Michael Fassbender (Magneto of X-Men movies second trilogy) played the main role as Aguilar de Nerha, a 15th century Spanish Assassin, and his present day descendant Callum Lynch. Assassins is a secret society that fights to protect free will from the power-hungry Templar Order. 

12 points


This workout is named after a Marvel comic book character from X-Men whose real name is James Howlett aka Logan. Wolverine is one of the most influential mutants being filmed into most of the X-Men movies.

11 points


A workout named after a Marvel comic book character Daredevil also known as Matthew Murdock, a superhero who works as a blind lawyer by day and a crime buster vigilante by night.

11 points


A workout named after a Marvel comic book superhero groups called Avengers, also known as the Heroes of New York, a team of extraordinary individuals, either with superpowers and special characteristics. 

Such examples of Avengers are Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Hulk, etc. 

11 points


A workout based from George Lucas' high-grossing series of films "Star Wars" where Stormtroopers are seen as fictional soldiers who works under Stormtrooper Corps, an independent branch that operated under the Imperial Army. 

11 points


This workout is based on an ongoing Japanese superhero web-comic "One-Punch Man" where Saitama, an extremely powered superhero is the main character.

10 points


A type of workout named after a DC comic book superhero Batman whose alter ego is Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Wayne Enterprises who lives in Gotham.

10 points


A workout named after a Marvel comic book superhero Spiderman whose alter ego is Peter Parker, an orphan raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben, who works as a photographer on Daily Bugle. 

Spiderman is a superhero who has superhuman strength, speed, durability, agility, able to cling to most surfaces, and has pre-cognitive spider-sense.

10 points
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    • yeah me too I have my own routines too…just wanna share this strange workouts i have seen on a social media coz I’m curious if others will like these workouts too…haha thanks for an interactive participation Carol by casting ur upvotes.. 🙂

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