Mike Tysons legendary Workout

Found these on various websites:

Mon-Fri
Morning
Roadwork 3 miles
Noon
Sparring 10 rounds
Slip Bag 10 minutes
or Speed Bag 10 minutes, did both when fight was coming up
Afternoon
Focus Pads 10 minutes
or Heavy Bag 10 minutes, did both when fight was coming up
Sit-Ups
Push-Ups
Pull-Ups
Dips, did this circuit ten times
Neck Work 10 minutes
Jump Rope 10 minutes
Night
Stationary Bike 60 minutes

Mike Tyson is kind of an legend to a lot of bodybuilders. Many have expressed the desire to know about “Iron Mike’s” daily routine. According to what we found out, you’ll have to be an early bird if you want to follow in his footsteps!

This routine was listed on several websites and while I’m not 100% sure of its validity, it appears to be what is considered to be his daily schedule.

• 5am: Wake up and go for a 3 mile jog
• 6am: Back home for a shower and then back to bed (great workout for those huge legs of his)
• 10am: Wake up and eat oatmeal
• 12pm: Do ring work (10 rounds of sparring)
• 2pm: Eat another meal (steak and pasta with fruit juice drink)
• 4pm: More ring work and 60 mins on the exercise bike (again working those legs for endurance and

power)
• 5pm: Floor exercises: 2000 sit ups; 500-800 ‘dips’; 500 press ups and 500 shrugs with a 30kg barbell

and 10 mins of neck exercises (working the biceps, triceps, chest, abs and shoulders)
• 7pm: Eat steak and pasta meal again with fruit juice (probably orange juice)
• 8pm: Another 30 minutes on the exercise bike
• 9:30 Watch TV and then go to bed

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