Monster Hunter World Cosplay Workout

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#1 MagnusBeasticus on 9 months ago

Cosplaying from Monster Hunter has the unique pleasure of almost always involving a Giant Prop weapon of some sort. And how heavy or unwieldy they can be!? This workout can be done WHILE slaying monsters in Monster Hunter World and will ensure that those long con hours of holding a ludicrously, yet so pleasingly large weapon will become all the easier! Like main character level giant weapon wielding ease baby!

YouTube Video of the Workout: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnvwK9wti_Q[/url]

Routine Picture: [url]https://www.facebook.com/magnusbeasticus/posts/168979473748078[/url]

ROUTINE SUMMARY
Giant Weapon Training
Anything large enough to be used as a weapon, that is also possible to grab
This routine is great for absurdly large weapon wielding Cosplayers

Before You Go
Since you are working with a large object your core and forearms will get an ass kicking with nearly all that you do
Also, be careful
Like...be REALLY careful

BADASS BEGINNER
Loading Screens | Alternate | Curl it / Tricep it / Bench it
Use your weapons for these workouts

LEGENDARY BADASS
Standing
Pickup/Investigate Something | Squat OR Calf Raise
Hiding | Half Squat
Cutscene | Hold Your Weapon! Or improv with it!
In Menu | Hold a Calf Raise
Conversations | Plank
Loading the Quest | Gently Swing your Weapon
End Quest Countdown | Grip Your Weapon
Death | Squat With Your Weapon

Cutting Diet: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO2guP_m9fk[/url]
Bulking Diet: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4SNlAGa96g[/url]

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#2 Blood_Sword on 9 months ago

As a long-time Monster Hunter fan I must say that I love this. XD

Psst, for not too long ago I finished my first MonHun cosplay prop, a [URL="https://valkoinensamurai.blogspot.com/2018/01/mh4u-eldaoras-taus-hunting-horn-cosplay.html"]Hunting Horn[/URL]! And yes, this beast totally ticks the boxes of being the "big and heavy prop that you ain't lifting with just one hand", lmao. Gonna be needing to do some workout for that, me thinks...

#3 MagnusBeasticus on 8 months ago

[QUOTE=Blood_Sword;5065326]As a long-time Monster Hunter fan I must say that I love this. XD

Psst, for not too long ago I finished my first MonHun cosplay prop, a [URL="https://valkoinensamurai.blogspot.com/2018/01/mh4u-eldaoras-taus-hunting-horn-cosplay.html"]Hunting Horn[/URL]! And yes, this beast totally ticks the boxes of being the "big and heavy prop that you ain't lifting with just one hand", lmao. Gonna be needing to do some workout for that, me thinks...[/QUOTE]

That is friggen rad! It is absolutely worth the effort it takes to get use to the weight and dimensions of your props. Why not be able to wield your prop as easily(or as easy as we can make it) as the characters who use them!?

Keep up the training!