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The current WWE champion had nine professional MMA fights and eight of those came inside the UFC octagon.
And Muscle & Strength has broken down his full MMA training regime and what it would take to match the 42-year-old All-American's gruelling workout.
Lesnar's workout is ranked at 'advanced-level' training and those people willing to embark on it have to commit to it four days per week for 12 weeks.
Each workout can last anywhere between 60 to 90 minutes and the equipment required for the regime include barbell, bodyweight, cables, dumbbells, EZ Bar and more.
Ahead of weight training per day, the WWE superstar started his workout by committing ten minutes to wrestling and 25 minutes for grappling and striking (ground and pound).
And Lesnar continued the intensity with circuit training, which has been broken down into five rounds.
The first round focuses on pushing endurance and consists of Spiderman-style push-ups, plyo box push-ups, punching from the mount, tire pushing and hand switching.
According to Muscle & Strength, the second round is all about pulling endurance and Lesnar committed to reclining pull-ups, wide-grip pull-ups, tire pushing and pulling, jump-style pull-ups and heavy bar twirling over the shoulders.
Moving into the third round and the focus is shifted to cardio endurance, which includes AirDyne biking at 70RPM, upper-body UBE machine work, very steep incline treadmill, windsprint biking while standing and AirDyne biking at 70RPM.
Going into the penultimate stage and the strength endurance includes explosive Hammer Strength Jammer machine training, single-arm sledgehammer work, medicine ball sprawls and bear crawling.
Finally, Lesnar finished off the fifth round with intense workout that includes AirDyne biking at 70RPM, upper-body UBE machine work, very steep incline treadmill, windsprint biking while standing and AirDyne biking at 70RPM.
Once Lesnar was finished with that, the former UFC heavyweight champ's training regime is divided into four separate days and focuses on certain areas.
Posted below are each of the days and the full workout Lesnar did.
Day 1: chest and triceps (exercise)
Day 2: back and biceps
Day 3: Shoulders
Day 4: Legs
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