Randy Orton Workout Tips
Randal Orton is one of the hottest wrestlers in the WWE. He is part of a wrestling legacy that goes back 3 generations. He took the WWE by storm when he became the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history. He more than lives up to his famous last name. At 6’4″, 250lbs, Orton has a sleek, powerful physique in perfect proportion. Randy’s workout centers around building lean muscle, and maintaining his incredible conditioning. It is no stretch at all to say that Randy Orton has one of the best physiques in the sport. It is an ideal that we can all strive for.
So how do you build a physique like Orton? Obviously, you need to pack on so serious size, but you also have to make sure that this new muscle is symetrical. Of course we live in an instant gratification society, so the first thing you are thinking is how can I do this QUICKLY?!
Here are some tips you can learn from Randy Orton to help you gain lean muscle quickly.
If you want to carry around 250lbs of lean bodyweight like Randy does, then the first thing you are going to have to do is EAT! You can have awesome workouts in the gym, but if you aren’t giving your body the nutrients it needs, it cannot build muscle. It should come as no shock that if you want a physique like Orton’s you need to give up the junk food, and focus on calorie dense, nutritional food such as steak, chicken, beef, salmon, sweet potatoes, brown rice, oatmeal, cottage cheese, and healthy fats like avocados, peanut butter, and olive oil.
To pack on quality size like Randy, you should shoot for 20 calories per pound of bodyweight. Keeping in mind that this is just a rule of thumb and dependent on your current bodyfat percentage. Your goal should be to gain 1-2lbs of mass per week. Choose a starting calorie range and stick with it for 2 weeks, if you haven’t added 3-4lbs of mass in that time add 250-500 calories and repeat the process until you find your ideal calorie intake.
As far as the actual Randy Orton workout is concerned, to look like him you have to focus on the major muscle groups. Focusing on these muscle groups will illicit a tremendous hormonal response (ie. testosterone & growth hormone) which is turn will add serious muscle to your frame. Obviously the compound movements such as squat, bench, deadlift, military press, and power cleans should be staples in a muscle building program.
Starting eating healthy nutritious foods in large quantites, train the large muscle groups, and you will become larger than life. It really is that simple. People try to complicate things, and are always looking for some gimmick. The Randy Orton Workout focuses on hard, intelligent work.