Workout Routine for Gyomei Himejima: Train Like the Strongest Stone Hashira: Gyomei Himejima is a character from the anime/manga series “Demon Slayer” who is known for his strength.

He’s also the series’ most vital human and hashira physically, and he unquestionably upholds the series’ ideals. So, if you’re looking for a workout routine like Gyomei Himejima’s, keep reading.

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Height  7 ft 2 inch
Weight 130 kg
Age  27 years
Chest 48 inch
Waist 34 inch
Biceps 18 inch

Workout Routine for Gyomei Himejima

Gyomei Himejima is one of the world’s most powerful individuals. He can not only fight with swords and outbreathe any demon with his breathing abilities, but he can also crush them to death with his abilities. So there are various limitations of powers, and he also appears to be built like Arnold in an animated film with a Japanese face.

Lifting and dragging workouts are a big part of Gyomei training. Unfortunately, it has yet to be adapted into an anime, but if you read the manga, you can see Gyomei training his disciples, which includes Tanjiro at one point before the series ends. Gyomei is there, showing them how to do physical work and strengthening their bodies. Gyomei’s workout also includes a lot of Stone lifting and strength training, as his name suggests.

Now, there are some limitations that you can follow in order to be as ripped and bulky as Gyomei; we may need to take a strongman or bodybuilder approach in order to be as ripped and bulky as Gyomei. So, I guess I’ll give you a workout that will help you achieve Gyomei’s physique.

We’ll do a six-day workout plan that includes heavy lifting, strength training, a core workout, and some cardio. These workouts will be split into two morning and evening routines to allow your body to recover properly.

Gyomei Himejima’s workout includes the following:


We’ll be following my C&C workout routine, which is a combination of cardio and core exercises. It will last between an hour and an hour and a half. Let’s get this party started:


In cardio, we’ll do 45 minutes of HIIT training, consisting of 15 minutes of running, hydro-rowing, and jumping rope, with one minute of moderate speed and 30 seconds of sprinting.


This is a circuit workout that focuses on your core muscles. To get the best workout, we’ll do a quick 15-minute routine.

Circuits: 3

Exercises in each circuit: 8

Reps: 40 seconds

Rest time after the whole circuit: two minutes

  • Crunches
  • Resistance hanging leg raises
  • Side to side hanging resistance leg raises
  • Russian twist
  • Plank ball in and out
  • Plank twister
  • Plank hold
  • Side plank to a crunch

Evening Schedule

We’ll do four days of weight training in the evening routine, and then we’ll do a cardio finisher, which I think you should do with a boxing routine. As a cardio finisher, 15-30 minutes of boxing can burn a lot of calories.

Sets: 4-5

Reps: 5-8


  • Push-ups
  • Pull-ups
  • Bench press
  • Dumbbell flyes
  • Lat pulldowns
  • Cable rows
  • Shoulder press
  • Lateral raises
  • Shrugs


  • Squats
  • Jump squats
  • Weighted squats
  • Barbell front squats
  • Leg press
  • Lunges
  • Leg extension
  • Stiff-leg deadlift


  • Wide grip push-ups
  • Diamond push-ups
  • Biceps dumbbell curls
  • Barbell curls
  • Hammer curls
  • Triceps pushdowns
  • Triceps bench press
  • Triceps dumbbell kickbacks


  • Smith machine squats
  • Hack squats
  • Crusty lunges
  • Skater lunges
  • Hip thrusters
  • Hip abduction
  • Calf raises
  • Hyperextension

Strengthening Exercises

When we are not doing weight training, we will do an hour of strength training two days a week. You can include any exercises you want; I recommend deadlifts, Romanian/sumo deadlifts, snatch, clean and jerk, tire carry, sled drag/pull, tire flip, battle rope, rope climbing, squats, and so on.

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