King Bach is a social media influencer, rapper, comedian, YouTuber, content creator, actor, and TV personality. King Bach became well-known for his vines, which led to the creation of a YouTube channel.

Following that, he appeared in films and television shows such as The Babysitter, Scary Movie 6, Where is the Money, Black Jesus, Sneaker Heads, and others.

Aside from his acting, King Bach’s fans are fascinated by how he maintains his physical fitness. So, if you’re looking for the King Bach workout and diet plan, keep reading.

King Bach: Height and Weight

Height 5 ft 8 inch
Weight 70-74 kg
Age 33 years
Chest 43 inch
Waist 32 inch
Biceps 14-15 inch

Diet Plan of King Bach

Now, King Bach is known for his bad diet; he has tweeted that he only eats two times a day and that his meals range from McDonald’s burgers to pizza.

So I won’t advise you to follow King Bach’s diet; he is extremely active, which is why he can digest any food he eats. However, not everyone is like that, so I recommend that you stick to the following diet:

Breakfast

  • Eggs
  • Chicken sausage
  • Juice

Snack

  • Protein smoothie

Lunch

  • Chicken
  • Brown rice
  • Veggies

Evening Snack

  • Salad

Dinner

  • Whole grain pasta with spinach and a source of protein or salmon with brown rice and veggies
  • Salad

King Bach: Workout Routine

King Bach is an actor and star who is known for his vines and for making rap songs in Hollywood. King Bach was one of the first vine artists to go viral for his comedic videos, and he continues to upload videos to his YouTube channel.

However, if you pay attention to King Bach for a long time, you will notice that he has always been in excellent shape. So, if you’re interested in learning more about how he keeps himself fit and healthy, keep reading.

So, in order to learn more about his workout, I looked for interviews or articles about it. After some searching, I came across this Men’s Health article in which King Bach was interviewed.

King Bach discusses his daily workout and working even while in quarantine in that interview. So, in that interview, King Bach stated that he enjoys working out and that when he is able to go out again, he will begin sparring and pad work in his boxing gym.

King Bach also mentions that once he’s finished boxing, he’ll do some weight training. To get a body like King Bach’s, we’ll need to exercise four to five days a week and take active rest days.

Weight training and boxing workouts will be added to this routine; we will not focus on cardio because boxing will work our cardio muscles sufficiently. So, let’s get this workout started:

The following exercises are included in the King Bach workout:

Weightlifting and Boxing

We’ll begin with a 30-45 minute boxing workout in which you can learn to box at a boxing gym. You can start working out on your own if you don’t have access to a boxing trainer but have the necessary equipment. You can find a variety of boxing workouts on YouTube, or you can try this HIIT heavy bag workout video.

Once you’ve finished, we’ll move on to weight training, where we’ll do five days of workouts focusing on different muscle groups each day. Also, once you’ve finished, we’ll do a quick core workout routine to round out our workout. So, let’s get this party started:

Sets: 3-4

Reps: 12-15

Chest and Triceps

  • Push-ups
  • Bench press
  • Dumbbell press to flyes
  • Cable flyes
  • Triceps pushdowns
  • Triceps skull crusher
  • Triceps dips

Back and Biceps

  • Pull-ups
  • Cable rows
  • Lat pulldowns
  • Barbell rows
  • Dumbbell curls
  • Rope biceps curls
  • Hammer curls

Shoulder and Delts

  • Dumbbell shoulder press
  • Dumbbell lateral raises
  • Front raise
  • Cable upright rows
  • Shoulder shrugs
  • Bent-over dumbbell lateral raises
  • Delt flyes

Lower body 1

  • Warm-up (deadlifts)
  • Deadlifts to dumbbell sumo squats
  • Hack squats to walking lunges
  • Stiff leg deadlift to squat variation
  • Leg extension to curls

Lower body 2

  • Barbell deep squats
  • Bulgarian squats to side glute cable kickbacks
  • Hip thrusters to back glute cable kickbacks
  • Hip abduction machine to single-leg pushdowns
  • Hyperextension

Core (after every routine)

  • Crunches, 50 x 3
  • Leg raises, 25 x 3
  • V-ups, 25 x 3
  • Plank twister, 50 x 3
  • Side plank, 30-second hold on each side
  • Plank hold, till failure