Last updated on September 2nd, 2020 at 11:38 pm
So this is only the second article on SHJ that will be formatted this way.
We just saw a quick circuit style workout (from another actor we’ve also already seen on the site) with Zac Efron’s calisthenic circuit.
Ironically enough, they’re both quick circuits shared right from each of their trainers.
The only thing similar to these would be when we saw our 300 Workout.
Up until this point, and by that I mean, for over two weeks now, we’ve been strictly hosting bodyweight and calisthenics workout for everyone at home.
Those are all hosted in our new Ultimate Calisthenics Workout and Guide, which not only compiles ALL our calisthenics workouts, but also our resources and an actual Ultimate Workout Routine that comes in 5 levels and teaches you how to scale and progress.
But, of course, we also have our original Tom Holland article.
The Tom Holland Workout Routine and Diet Plan is one of the most utilized on SHJ.
So regardless of if you need a new circuit to add into your workout (which is becoming more and more relevant), or if you need a full breakdown of his nutrition and workout: you’ve come to the right place.
And, as if this wasn’t enough, we’ll even have Brandon breaking down the circuit and giving it a shot himself on our YouTube Channel, which I’ll embed below for you.
Get ready and let us know what you think!
The Tom Holland Spidey Circuit
One Day Worth of Training [That Can Be Repeated]
This routine is written by George Ashwell, the London based celebrity trainer, who trained Holland to get ready for Far From Home. Ashwell shared this with Men’s Journal talking about Holland’s Spidey Workout!
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Perform this four-exercise circuit for five rounds. The first round is a warmup and the rest are considered “working sets.” Rest for 30 seconds between each exercise. Ashwell also recommends one minute of Functional Range Conditioning, or mobility movements to prime the joints, before and between each round.
Deadlift (2x bodyweight): 8 reps
Incline Press With Pronation (1/2 bodyweight each hand): 10 reps
Dip Bar Straight Leg Raises: 15 reps
Weighted Dips (8 kilograms weighted vest): 12 reps
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