We’re back for another circuit workout.
But this one is actually one that has been hosted here at SHJ multiple times already.
So why are we hosting it again, you ask?
Well, great question.
Not only has The 300 Circuit Workout become a sort of “pillar” circuit workout that we used time and time again within our character workouts, but it also is being used as one of our Benchmark Hero Workouts within our Superhuman System.
That, on top of the fact that we just began hosting many more circuit style celebrity workouts (recently seeing ones from Mark Wahlberg, Michael B. Jordan, Jason Momoa, Ryan Reynolds and more), it felt only fitting to bring this one back for everyone to find more easily.
You can find some of the original takes on this article/workout here:
- The Spartan 300 Workout
- Same as what I will provide below, but article formatted different and hidden back hundreds and hundreds of articles ago.
- The Spartan 300 Workout Revamped
- This one provides 4 different variations of the workout for you to utilize if you really want to mix it up and get crazy with it!
We’ve also seen a couple of Spartans on the site as well.
And, if we’re being technical, we even have Lena Headey’s Workout and Diet Plan as well, who plays King Leonidas’ wife.
But, alright, enough sharing old war stories, let’s get into the workout.
The “300” Movie Circuit Workout
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THE “300” MOVIE CIRCUIT WORKOUT
Complete Two Rounds for Time
(Scale To One to Start)
Pull-Ups: 25 reps
Deadlift: 50 reps at 135
Push-Ups: 50 reps
Box Jumps: 50 reps (ideally done on a 24″ box)
Floor Wipers: 50 reps holding a 135 lb bar
Clean and Press (using a kettlebell or dumbells): 50 reps, 25 per arm ideally with 36 lbs
Pull-Ups: 25 reps
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