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The Hulk Smash Workout

The Hulk Smash Workout

  1. So are you looking for a workout to build strength from head to toe? 
  2. Do you want to give your functional fitness a serious upgrade? 
  3. Are you interested in a workout to help you build total body strength and athleticism like a superhero? 

So what better way to get pumped than to go HULK SMASH on some free weights? Let’s face it, being the HULK would be the coolest thing ever. So big, fast, lean, mean, and green is surely a good way to go. As a result, this is why I know you’re going to love today’s workout. You need to read and apply this to your training program. Make sure to read through this program carefully and take the time to share it with your family and friends so you can help them as well.

The Hulk Smash Workout

Warm Up:

Rolling “V” Stretch: 5

A Skips: 15 R&L Legs

Kettlebell Static Groin Stretch:

Shoulder Warm Up: Palms To Face; Palms To Head–15 R&L Arms

Note: The following can be performed with a 20 lb. weighted vest for greater intensity! Also gauge your reps based on the length of the agility ladder. For instance, for a longer ladder you may want to cut the reps to 4 to start out. Also keep in mind that a single repetition is counted once you cover the length of the agility ladder in BOTH directions! 


1. Agility Ladder Linear High Knees: 5 Note: A single repetition is counted with a round trip from one end of the ladder to the other and back!

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2. Agility Ladder Lateral High Knees: 5

3. Agility Ladder Lateral Crossover (Cross In Front): 5

4. Agility Ladder Foot Hop (Heel Slap Is Optional): 5

Rotational Medicine Ball Slams: 3×6 Right and Left sides. Note: So when slamming the ball lift it directly overhead to start and pivot both feet as you rotate your body. Next, flex your knees and hips to forcefully drive the ball into the ground. So catch the ball on the bounce, extend your body to lift the ball directly overhead again, and perform the same movement on the opposite side. 

As you perform these slams do so with a bigger soft medicine ball. So you don’t want to perform these with a hard bounced ball. Consequently this is the case because you want some recoil with the ball, but not too much bounce as it comes off the ground. Therefore you must work harder to generate the force to get a bounce from the ball as you slam it into the ground.

Strength And Mobility For Big Time Smashing Power!  

Deadlift: Warm Up Sets: 2×5…Then: 6,6,4,4,2 and 1×10 (for volume at the end.)

Front Squat: 3×5 Moderately Heavy 

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Kettlebell Swing, Clean, Press: 3×5 Right and Left Sides Moderately Heavy.

Pull Ups: 3×6 Use a grip of your choice. 

Single Arm Farmer’s Walk Totes: 4 Sets of 30 yards with right and left arms. Note: Use either a heavy dumbbell or kettlebell for the totes. Therefore, resist leaning to one side since you are only carrying the load on one side. So work to keep your shoulders square and keep the weight AWAY from your sides.


The Hulk Smash Workout: The Takeaway

So just make sure that you’re proficient in all the movements mentioned before attempting this workout. To sum it up, remember that quality always trumps quantity so don’t get sloppy!

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I'm a Certified Strength And Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and author. I have had over 17 years experience in MMA fitness, strength and conditoning, and athletic performance for most every sport. As an author and specialist I've written close to a million words on fitness and strength. I'm also a Muay Thai practictioner and enjoy helping others to reach their peak potential through fitness and performance.

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