The ultimate Game of Thrones workouts
“Game of Thrones” is currently seen as the best television series around, and the seven fantasy books it is based on, which make up the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series, written by American author George R.R Martin, have long since not just been admired by genre fans since the 90’s.
Work out with “Game of Thrones”? Here’s how:
1. Cersei Lannister – The Queen Mother in “Game of Thrones”
Without doubt, her deadliest weapon in “Game of Thrones” is her sharp tongue. To put it simply: Before the actual workout, it’s a good idea to warm up with a chat and a cup of tea. To train as if you were Queen Mother Cersei Lannister, you shouldn’t stop before you’ve done a complete circuit of the gym. While you’re going through the various club stages, it’s a great chance to conjure up intrigues or just plans. This means that the Cersei Workout is made up of one hour of intensive fitness exercises, with abs and crossfit stages so that you can return to your irksome subjects revitalised and refreshed.
2. Tyrion Lannister – Small but dangerous crossbowman in “Game of Thrones”
In the absence of a crossbow, you can always use any kind of target game. Even frisbees on the beach ought to be aimed precisely! You can also try dodgeball or basketball – both ideal for triumphantly hitting the bulls-eye like Tyrion Lannister, and leaving your everyday woes behind you.
3. Jamie Lannister – Sinister warrior in “Game of Thrones”
With Jamie Lannister, you can discover the proud but sinister warrior in you! Martial arts courses are best for this, some extra cardio workouts or a combination with weight training. Of course, a Lord Commander of the Kings Guard shouldn’t neglect his stamina either – and a personal trainer is the ideal person to coax you into performing majestic deeds.
4. Daenerys Targaryen – The Dragon Mother in “Game of Thrones”
Taming dragons can never be made so easy in “Game of Thrones” that as a dragon keeper, you can afford to just laze around. As “The Stormborn” Daenerys Targaryen, you can enjoy the heat of a sauna after an anti-gravity yoga class – but don’t try to incubate any dragon’s eggs! The anti-gravity yoga will give you the feeling of floating, almost as if you were riding on a dragon in flight, which carries you safely and gracefully over your territories.
5. Khal Drogo – The Warlord in “Game of Thrones”
One of the most unyielding warriors in “Game of Thrones” is Drogo. This fighter has muscles of steel, and a suitably dark and threatening look. His workout thrives on agility and strength. Try Functional Training or Freeletics, because real warlords survive without weapons, and rely solely on their own physical strength.
6. Margaery Tyrell – Water-loving princess in “Game of Thrones”
The “Game of Thrones” princess Margaery Tyrell, comes from the Water Gardens of Dorne. And of course, swimming is just right for water gardens. Theme: Diving with Depth.
7. Jon Snow – Night watch servant in “Game of Thrones”
As a night watch servant, like the ruler’s illegitimate son Jon Snow, you always have to be watchful. In bitterly cold temperatures, kickboxing is a good way to warm yourself up. Stick to a black sinister outfit – on no account wear snow white.
8. Ygritte the Wildling – “The one kissed by fire” in “Game of Thrones”
Redhead Ygritte, is a warrior of the Free Folk in “Game of Thrones”. She belongs to the wildlings, and is used to marching long distances through the cold wastelands. She certainly longs for a feast by the campfire while she’s walking. At least an hour of Latin beats with Zumba dance moves ought to warm Ygritte up quickly, and revive her spirits. After all, she’s known as the one kissed by fire, with her red hair. For the outfit; bright red and neon pink will really get the party moving.
9. Lady Melisandre - The Red Priestess in “Game of Thrones”
The Red Priestess, Lady Melisandre, lives on Dragonstone Island and as the King’s advisor, she has her hands full. She could definitely relax by doing Tai-Chi or Yoga.
10. Sansa Stark – The tragic heroine in “Game of Thrones”
The King‘s daughter Sansa Stark, in Game of Thrones is always on the move, but is so unlucky that she’d be better off if she could run fast. Athletics training could possibly help her to ward off the blows of fate more easily – or simply to escape them when she can.
11. Arya Stark – The youngest princess and swordswoman in “Game of Thrones”
As the youngest of the King’s daughters in “Game of Thrones,” Arya Stark, needs a lot of determination and inner strength. She can certainly handle a sword as well as she can play chess. Get to know your own strengths by doing yoga or Pilates, and like Arya, discover what really makes you happy.