Sep 17, 2021
So how did Simu Liu trained to be Sang Chi? We broke it down into 7 simple steps for you.
- Start with Lat Pulldown workout
Perfect for strengthening the latissimus dorsi muscle, the broadest muscle in your back, which promotes good postures and spinal stability.
- Continue with Sled push to sprint
An all-out, high-intensity exercise that simultaneously engages your back, glutes, hips, core, hamstrings, calves, triceps, and shoulders.
- Challenge yourself with a 24" Plyometric Box Jump
Good for improving your strength and endurance, to boost your agility and reduce injury occurrence.
- Then we move to DB Lateral Raise
Great for people looking to train their upper body as this exercise helps to strengthen, tone, and stabilize your shoulders and upper body.
- Next would be the Airbike Workout
At only just 20minutes of workout, this would be your best alternative if you're looking for lesser knee-impact exercises to replace running, sprints and elliptical workouts.
- Moving on to Wallball Rotational Throw
Help to strengthen your shoulders, upper back, biceps, chest, core, quads, hamstrings, and glutes.
- Before finally ending with a Banded Deadlift
Builds your core strength and core stability which allows you to stand with a better posture( and feel more confident).
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You can watch Sang Chi's full interview with Men's Health here
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