Vince McMahon’s Back Routine Is Insane For A Man Any Age But Go Ahead And Give It A Shot

The other night on Raw, Vince McMahon emerged from behind the black curtain in a referee shirt with cutoff sleeves. Immediately noticeable were the WWE CEO’s his massive arms that would make NFL referee Ed Hoculi jealous (and he was already coveting Vince’s ref gear).

For a man of 70, Vince McMahon is absolutely yoked. Probably because he spends every waking moment in a gym (not counting the moments in and around a wrestling ring). The guy is a workaholic in the gym and at the office.

Muscle & Fitness magazine ran a feature on Vince’s workout regimen, specifically his back routine.

Vince McMahon trains up to seven days a week, sometimes doing two-a-days if he knows he may miss a session due to his grueling schedule. He rotates through a split of chest, shoulders, arms, legs, and back (which is his strongest body part and favorite to train).

“On the bent-over row he can do 315 for 10 reps,” says Mike Monteforte, McMahon’s trainer and workout partner. “He has unbelievable strength in his back.” After completing a body part, the two
 will then do a CrossFit-inspired workout consisting of battling rope slams, sled drags, sledgehammer swings (with a hammer named Big Jack, an allusion to the AC/DC song), and sprints. After that—yes, there’s more!—he does a circuit of ab exercises. The whole training session takes 90 minutes.

McMahon does most of his exercises as giant sets, performing them in groups of three. He’ll perform 20 to 35 warmup sets first, then do one set 
for each exercise in the group before resting. He’ll do the same for all 
the other groups in the workout, then he returns to the first group to increase the weight and decrease the reps before repeating the cycle. He rests while Monteforte works and vice versa.

M&F even included a handy chart of Vince’s back workout that you’ll want to go check out. Give it a shot but only if you think you can hang with the old man.

[via With Spandex]

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