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His workout is a combination of a great lifting routine, interval training, and a healthy diet.
MICHAEL VICKS WORKOUT ROUTINE
He performs cardio workouts such as running, swimming, and high intensity interval training to boost metabolism and increase endurance. He also does things like obstacle courses, parachute sprints, and agility workouts. You can simulate these workouts with a treadmill or stationary bike. Even when you aren't doing cardio, it is advisable to start your lifting days with a few minutes of biking to get your muscles warmed up and your body primed to lift.
Bodyweight workouts such as push ups, pull ups, dips, mountain climbers, burpees, and crunches are added after cardio exercises. These workouts are performed in sets of 20 - 40 to boost results and combine raw strength with muscular endurance. Stretching is also vitally important, as it improves circulation and helps elongate and strength muscles.
VICK ON NUTRITION
A good diet is fundamental to building a strong body. You should be eating between 1 and 1.5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight. Protein can be found in many foods such as red meat, chicken, tuna, and nuts. Eat lots of leafy greens such as spinach and arugula. A steady serving of fruits will give you the natural sugars and amino acids your body needs. Protein shakes can help supplement your regular protein intake and provide you with a boost to energy and metabolism.