Is it crazy that Majin Buu didn’t make it to our list of The Most Powerful Dragon Ball Characters?
That just goes to show you how powerful the characters continued to get over time throughout the course of the show (and how many new powerful friends and foes continues to be introduced).
Now with our Anime Workouts Database growing like crazy here at SHJ I’ve been doing my best to add fun listicles like most powerful one I just mentioned, and Majin Buu will fit perfectly into one that’s coming up!
It’s a good excuse to add to our Dragon Ball Z Workouts Database that holds all of our Dragon Ball inspired character workouts, and Majin Buu will be right at home there.
Majin Buu Stats:
Real Name: Majin Buu
Height: Super Buu = 8″0
Anime: Dragon Ball Z
Majin Buu has a ton of different forms that we see throughout the series, the most popular likely being Good Buu, but Super Buu is the only height listed within the Wiki Fandoms.
For that reason I listed Super Buu’s height (which is extremely tall) and used mainly pictures of him.
Wolverine was the shortest spot among comic characters we’ve seen at 5’3, prior to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles coming in at 5’2, (and Gimli even shorter) – but Damian Wayne (Robin) is only 5’4. Goku isn’t that tall either, though, standing only 5’7, with Miles Morales only an inch above him.
We’ve had Superman and Eddie Brock’s Venom at 6’3, and Captain America, Scorpion and Batman at 6’2, and Carnage at 6’1. Thor and Cyborg are towering over them at 6’6, Thanos and King right there with them at 6’7, Bane at 6’8, and Deathstroke right below at 6’5, and Black Manta at 6’4.
But, don’t worry if you’re not the same height or weight range.
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Majin Buu Diet and Nutrition
**Keep in mind: this section will be nearly identical for each hero, unless I mentioned differently (for example someone like Hulk may get something specifically different)**
Every hero needs to still have a good diet.
Unfortunately we can train like them, but I don’t think any of us are suddenly getting their powers, or the ability to magically stop caring about nutrition.
You can’t out train your diet, so I want to still give some pillars for nutrition.
You can start by checking out The Nutrition Pillars on the site, but I’ll break down some more information for you guys as well.
Guys like Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart incorporate 80/20 dieting with big weekly cheat meals, Hugh Jackman, Tom Hopper, Benedict Cumberbatch and Terry Crews utilize intermittent fasting (something I use daily as well), Ariana Grande, Mustafa Shakir and Madelaine Petsch are vegans, Brandon Routh and Frank Grillo opt for paleo, and tons of others utilize their own variations as well.
It’s all about sustainability.
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Majin Buu Workout Routine Research
We’ve made it to “the fun part”.
And, if you don’t know by now, I say that every single time we get to the workout routine research section for character workouts.
Majin Buu is a weird character to build a routine around in the sense that we really could be writing four or five (or even more) separate routines based on all the different Buus we see throughout the course of the show.
To tell you a bit about what I mean we’ll start with some information from Majin Buu’s Wiki Fandom.
Here’s how they explain it:
Majin Buu has many forms, all of which are linked below. However, each form has a different personality and goals, essentially making them separate individuals. All of Majin Buu’s forms are simply referred to as “Majin Buu” in the series, but the various forms get their common names from various Dragon Ball Z video games.
Here’s how Super Buu’s Wiki Fandom explains him:
Super Buu, also called Majin Buu, is the result of Evil Buu eating Good Buu in a chocolate form. This new Majin Buu has tremendously more power and increased mental capacity than the previous incarnation. In this form, Buu has very little patience and extremely dangerous fits of anger, even possessing the power to rip through dimensional walls if angered enough. He is the main antagonist for the Fusion Saga part of the Majin Buu Arc.
And Good Buu’s Wiki Fandom states:
Good Buu, also known mainly as Majin Buu, is the result of the Innocent Buu using fission to split into good and evil halves. He would go on to become a member of the Z Fighters and live with Mr. Satan. After the battle against the pure Majin Buu, Buu is referred to as Buu instead of Majin Buu and to the world he becomes Mr. Buu. Good Buu possesses the Grand Supreme Kai as part of his being and eventually temporarily awakened this part of himself.
Both Buu forms are extremely powerful.
For the sake of having some kind of power to build out our routine around, here’s what Super Buu’s Wiki Fandom tells us about his power:
Super Buu is essentially the same entity as the fat Majin Buu, but with the evil in control instead of the good, as such he is not as restrained as the fat Buu and has access to the power of the South Supreme Kai.
Super Buu takes absolutely no damage from base Gotenks’ attacks and proves to be able to hold an advantage over Super Saiyan Gotenks in combat (in part thanks to his regeneration) – though Gotenks is still able to damage him and almost kills him when he utilizes Kamikaze Ghosts. However, Super Buu has a great disadvantage against Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks and gets desperate, only surviving the fight because Gotenks’ fusion time ran out. He also stood no chance against Ultimate Gohan and was easily beaten down. Super Buu is so powerful in his base form that Goku thought that he and Vegeta would not win in a fight against him even if they teamed up in their current states inside his body.
Super Buu can increase his power via absorptions: after absorbing Gotenks and Piccolo, his power skyrocketed, allowing him easily overpower Ultimate Gohan (or in the anime; match him, and overpower him after playing mind games). Goku is too scared to fight him even as a Super Saiyan 3, with him in the anime also overpowering Super Saiyan 3 Goku in a quick bout. The absorptions grant Super Buu the vast power of Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks, the intellect of Piccolo, and an even greater supply of power from Gohan later on. Upon absorbing Gohan, Super Buu becomes one of the strongest characters in the original manga. However, Super Buu finds himself completely outmatched by Vegito, the Potara Fusion of Goku and Vegeta. In the manga, Vegito decides to immediately go Super Saiyan, suggesting that Base Vegito might still not be strong enough to engage Buu. In the anime, however, Buu is completely dominated by Vegito using only his base form, with Vegito only going Super Saiyan for fun, however, once Buu tapped into his rage and let out an extremely powerful Vice Shout, Super Vegito had to get serious to stop Buu. Base Vegito also said that, if Buu were to calm down and track his energy rather than his movements, Buu would be able to keep up with him.
It also helped that they start with “Super Buu is essentially the same entity as the fat Majin Buu”.
So for this one we’re going to be training to be extremely overpowered with a mix of strength, endurance, speed and some optional training with our MMA, parkour, HIIT and endurance training.
It’s going to take a lot of volume, but I think we can handle it.
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Majin Buu Workout Routine
4-6+ days per week
We’re using 4 days of weight training per week that’s going to have a bit of cardio but also focus on strength, explosive power, and all around speed. On top of this we’ll also be adding in our additional resources for MMA, parkour, HIIT and endurance work that you can add in 1-2 days per week if possible.
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Majin Buu Workout Routine: Sample Workout Schedule
Monday: Majin Weight Training A
Tuesday: Majin Weight Training B
Wednesday: Buu Optional Training
Thursday: Majin Weight Training C
Friday: Majin Weight Training D
Saturday: Active Rest Day
Sunday: Rest Day
Majin Buu Workout: Weight Training A
Upright Barbell Row (Sub EZ Bar or Plate)
Lying Leg Curl (Hamstring Curls)
Majin Buu Workout: Weight Training B
Barbell Bench Press
Dumbbell Incline Bench Press
Standing Barbell Press Behind Neck
Standing DB Lateral Raises
Majin Buu Workout: Weight Training C
Dumbbell or Barbell Shrugs
Front Squats w/ Barbell
4×6 each leg
Hanging Leg Raises (Sub Knee Raises)
Bulgarian Split Squats (Light)
4×6 each leg
Majin Buu Workout: Weight Training D
Barbell Bench Press
Barbell Incline Press
Bent Over Dumbbell Rows on Bench
Majin Buu Workout: Additional Training Resources
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- Ryan Potter Workout Routine and Diet Plan
- Frank Grillo Boxing Workout
Parkour Training Resources
- The Nightrunner Parkour Workout Routine
- The Assassin’s Creed Parkour Workout Routine
- The Robbie Amell Parkour Workout Routine
Endurance Training Resources:
- Constance Wu Workout Routine and Diet Plan
- Ewan McGregor Workout Routine and Diet Plan
- Kid Flash Workout Routine and Diet Plan
- Grant Gustin Workout Routine and Diet Plan
- How To Train After Your First 5K (Workout Included)
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