Jean-Claude Van Damme Workout Routine
Jean-Claude Van Damme Workout Routine, Physical Stats & Workout Tips
Jean-Claude Van Damme was born on 18 October 1960 in Berchem-Sainte-Agathe, Brussels, Belgium . He is a belgian actor, martial artist and a director.
His successful movies are; Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, Rzhevskiy vs. Napoleon, The Shepherd: Border Patrol, The Expendables 2 among others.
Damme has a great physique and follows an intense workout routine in order to maintain his body. Jean-Claude Van Damme Workouts six days in a week and take a day off on the seventh day of week.
Jean-Claude Van Damme Physical Stats
Jean-Claude Van Damme Workout Height: 5’10”
Jean-Claude Van Damme Workout Weight: 203 pounds
Jean-Claude Van Damme Workout Routine
Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday
4 sets of barbell bench press of 8-10 reps
4 sets of Barbell Incline Bench Press of 8-10 reps
3 sets of dumbbell flyes of 8-10 reps
3 sets of parallel bar dips of 10 reps
3 sets of pullover of 12 reps
4 sets of chin-ups of 8 reps
4 sets of close grip chins of 10 reps
4 sets of T bar rows of 12-15 reps
4 sets of bent over barbell rows of 8-12 reps
5 sets of squats of 15 reps
4 sets of front squats of 8-10 reps
3 sets of hack squats of 10 reps
4 sets of leg curls of 10 reps
4 sets of standing leg curls of 10 reps
3 sets of straight leg dead lifts of 10 reps
4 sets of donkey calf raises of 10 reps
4 sets of standing calf raises of 10-15 reps
3 sets of crunches of 25 reps
10 sets of bent over twists of 10 reps
3 sets of machine crunches of 25 reps
10 sets of half crunches of 10 reps
5 sets of behind the neck presses of 15 reps
4 sets of lateral raises of 8 reps
4 sets of bent over dumbbell laterals of 8 reps
3 sets of dumbbell shrugs of 10 reps
5 sets of standing barbell curls of 10 reps
4 sets of incline dumbbell curls of 8 reps
3 sets of concentration of 8 reps
4 sets of lying triceps extensions of 10 reps
3 sets of triceps cable press downs of 8 reps
3 sets of one arm triceps extensions of 10 reps
4 sets of barbell wrists curls of 10 reps
3 sets of reverse wrist curls of 10 reps
4 sets of seated calf raises of 10 reps
4 sets of reverse crunches of 25 reps
10 sets of seated twists of 10 reps
4 sets of vertical bench crunches of 25 reps
Jean-Claude Van Damme Workout Tips
– Be very consistent in your workout so that your bodies readily adjust to the internal growth.
– The top cure for soreness is to work out on those same muscles the next days ahead.
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I like the way the body is cut up into its constituent parts, like doing the torso (chest and back together), the whole arms together (shoulders, biceps, triceps and forearms), whole legs together (quads and hamstrings). One thing I don’t quite understand, and I see this on other programs as well, is that I hear it is best to do the bigger muscle-groups and harder more compound exercises before the smaller muscles-groups and easier more isolating exercises. However, we have programs like this working the smaller chest area before the bigger and more difficult and compound exercises of the back workout. We have the shoulders and biceps before the bigger and more compound exercises of the triceps workout. And the chest and back before the bigger muscles and more compound exercises of the legs (squats, lunges, deadlift). If anyone believes there is a good reason for this, please let me know so I can understand this conflict of principles!
I really like the structure of this workout, but I was wondering..
Are you supposed to do ALL of the MWF exercises (chest, back, thighs, calves) EVERY Monday, Wednesday, Friday?
I’m not chickening out, but it seems like too many exercises over too little time.
I feel like they should be broken up over the course of a week (MWF) until you reach your goal for those exercises. Am I wrong?