Kohaku’s Workout Routine: Kohaku is a character from the anime/manga series “Dr. Stone.” It’s one of the most popular series; while many people know Kohaku for constantly being teased by Senku, others know her as one of the most attractive characters in the series.

Kohaku has the classic blonde look with a fair complexion, as well as the beautiful and great body that anime girls are known for. So, can you get a body like Kohaku’s, and if so, what is Kohaku’s workout routine?

Kohaku: Height and Weight

Height 5 ft 4-6 inch
Weight 47-49 kg
Age 16 years
Breast 33 inch
Waist 23 inch
Hips 33-34 inch

Workout Routine for Kohaku

Kohaku is a well-known character in the series, and unquestionably one of the most talked-about. While many fans adore the character’s overall appearance, others adore and admire the character’s physique.

We all know how perfect anime girls are; they’re presented as top models with athlete-like fitness levels. Is it possible to achieve a body shape similar to Kohaku’s, and if so, what will you have to do to do so?

Looking at Kohaku’s curves and lean waistline, I believe it is unquestionably possible to achieve a body like that through proper exercise.

You’ll need to exercise at least five days a week, and it won’t be easy because it primarily consists of strength training and cardio exercises.

Because Kohaku and the other characters are stuck in the Stone Age, they all had to act like cavemen. Troglodytes used to search for food by lifting heavy weights and running and walking a lot.

We only want to look like Kohaku, which we can achieve by following certain workout routines such as weight training, circuit training, and cardio-based workouts.

You can also include some stretching workouts, which I recommend doing for 30-45 minutes every day in the morning with Pilates or yoga.

Pilates and yoga are excellent exercises for toning muscles and slimming the waistline. It also aids in keeping your body flexible and removing stiffness from any part of your body.

The following exercises are included in the Kohaku workout:

Cardio

The workout will begin with a mile run at a moderate pace. It will aid in the warming up of your body, the development of stamina, and the reduction of the risk of injury while exercising.

After you’ve completed your cardio routine, stretch for 5 minutes to get your blood flowing throughout your body.

Weight Training in a Circuit

We’ll follow a circuit plan for weight training, with three circuits in each routine. The workout will last five days, with a core workout every day and upper and lower body workouts spread out throughout the week. It will be a mixed routine, so make sure you don’t miss any days.

Circuit: 3

Exercise in each circuit: 4

Reps: 20

Sets of each exercise: 3

Rest time after the circuit: 80 to 120 seconds

Monday

1st

  • Resistance squats
  • Dumbbell squats
  • Banded crab walks
  • Squat pulse

2nd

  • Dumbbell leg extension
  • Lunges
  • Calf raises
  • Seated calf raises

3rd

  • Crunches
  • Leg raises
  • Russian twist
  • Plank hold

Tuesday

1st

  • Push-ups
  • Banded push-ups
  • Dumbbell press
  • TRX flyes

2nd

  • Wide grip push-ups
  • Dumbbell rows
  • Banded rows
  • Dumbbell deadlifts

3rd

  • TRX plank in and out crunches
  • TRX hanging leg raises
  • Cable wood chops
  • Side plank to a crunch

Wednesday

1st

  • Banded squat walks
  • Dumbbell explosive squats
  • Stability squats
  • Dumbbell leg curls

2nd

  • Dumbbell sumo squats
  • Curtsy lunge
  • Dumbbell stiff-leg deadlift
  • Banded single-leg pushdowns

3rd

  • Incline weighted crunches
  • Leg lifts up
  • Scissor kicks
  • Resistance plank reach

Thursday

1st

  • Dumbbell shoulder press
  • Banded lateral raises
  • Banded front raise
  • Dumbbell shrugs

2nd

  • Banded biceps curls
  • Dumbbell curls
  • Resistance triceps pushdown
  • Triceps dips

3rd

  • Reverse crunches
  • Bicycle crunches
  • Plank twister
  • Plank to toe touch

Friday

1st

  • Deep squats
  • Front dumbbell squats
  • Reverse lunges
  • Bulgarian squats

2nd

  • Hip thruster
  • Hip abduction
  • Glutes banded side kickbacks
  • Glutes banded kickbacks

3rd

  • Toe touch crunches
  • Hanging leg raises
  • Side TRX plank
  • Stability ball plank