FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION – The Final Fantasy XV Workout Guide

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FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION – The Final Fantasy XV Workout Guide 1 - steamlists.com
Get ripped, while you have nothing better to do than sit around watching Ignis drive you around.

 
 

Introduction

 
I’ve found this game is pretty good for getting some exercise while chilling out at the same time. 
 
All you have to do is different sets of work outs while you drive between locations and earn small amounts of XP and AP. 
 
GG EZ 
 
 

10 Sets of 10

 
Work through this list of exercises, rest for 10 minutes then work through it again, rinse and repeat 10 times. Make sure to drink plenty of water and have some good workout snacks ready like Greek yogurt & oats, fruit & nuts, some dried meat & cheese or even a little bit of everything. I know that it is do-able because this is a part of my old calisthenics routine. 
 
10. Jumping Jacks 
 
10. Normal Squats (Feet shoulder width apart, descend until the legs create a 90 degree angle keeping the back straight, hold for 5, then ascend) 
 
10. Forward Narrow Arm Mills (Hold arms perpendicular to body and rotate arms in narrow circles forward 
 
10. Reverse Narrow Arm Mills (Same as Forward, but rotate backwards 
 
10. Normal Toe Touches (Stand with feet shoulder width apart and bend down to touch the toes without bending the knees, hold the descended position for 10-15 seconds before ascending) 
 
10. Forward Wide Arm Mills (Same as narrow, except for rotating in wide circles) 
 
10. Reverse Wide Arm Mills (Same as forward, except wide circles backwards) 
 
10. Cross Toe Touches (Instead of trying to touch your right and left hands to your right and left feet, cross over to separately touch your right foot with your left hand and vice versa, hold for 10-15 before ascending) 
 
10. Clock-wise Neck Rotations (Lean the head to the right and roll backwards to the left then down and across back to the left shoulder) 
 
10. Counter Clock-wise Neck Rotations (Same as Clock-wise except start on the left shoulder and roll backwards to the right and the back across to the left) 
 
10. Hindi Squats (Stand with feet and legs together, keep hands at side and raise forward to shoulder level as the squat descends until the legs form a right angle keeping the back straight, hold for 5 then ascend and lower the arms while rising, rinse and repeat the motion) 
 
10. 90 Degree Leg Hang Crunches (Lay down and hold legs up to form a 90 degree angle as though sitting in a chair, use one if necessary to help with posturing but don’t rest the legs or it defeats the purpose, place hands behind head and raise head up as though lifting the chin towards the sky, making sure that the legs don’t move) 
 
10. Reverse Plank (Lie flat, place the hands at the waist or small of back of necessary and raise legs and upper body off the ground at the same time at about a 10-15 degree angle, or as much as the bodies current core strength will allow. Hold the position for a good 10-15 seconds and on the final hold, for as long as the body can allow) 
 
10. Flat Crunches (Assume the reverse plank position, except for instead of holding the position, rise in and out of it by keeping the hands flat at the sides and reaching towards your feet while bringing the knees in and trying to the chest without falling or assisting yourself.) 
 
10. Reverse Crunches (Lay flat and put the hands out to form a T, lift the legs together into the air until they reach about a 65 degree angle, hold for 5-10 seconds, then control the descent and repeat) 
 
10. Normal Push-Ups (Make sure to keep a flat back and hands shoulder width apart, look straight ahead and push-up when the chest hits the ground) 
 
10. 10 Second Forearm Planks (Hold a plank position by taking the push-up position except support yourself by the forearms) 
 
10. 10 Second Ascended Push-up Planks (Hold the regular push-up position for 10 seconds) 
 
10. 10 Second Descended Push-up Planks (Take a push-up position, descend until the chest is touching the floor and maintain the pose for 10 seconds) 
 
10. 10 Second Wall Stands (Find a clear wall, face away from the wall, get into a push-up position except with your feet on the wall, then “walk” backwards using the wall for support until the body is totally vertical, hold this position for 10 seconds before relaxing into a controlled descent, it is usually best to tuck the neck and roll onto the back. Once the person begins to feel comfortable with it, the next step of this exercise is to try and do a push-up(s) from this position) 
 
10. Wide Stance Squat (Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart, descend until the legs from a 90 degree angle, hold for 5, then ascend) 
 
10. Narrow Stance Toe Touches (Stand with the feet together then bend down and try to touch your toes, hold the position for 10-15 seconds before ascending) 
 
10. Normal Lunges (Stand with the feet shoulder width apart, step out with your preferred leg to form a 90 degree angle, while bending the other to form a 65-90 degree angle without the knee touching the ground 
 
10. Wide Stance Cross Toe Touches (Stand with the feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart and try to touch the opposite foot with the opposing hand, hold each reach for 10-15 seconds before releasing) 
 
10. Back Lunges (The same as the forward lunge, except this time the position in reverse, hold each lunge for 10-15 seconds before ascending) 
 
10. Squatters Pose (Stand with the feet shoulder width apart, keeping the back and body straight slowly descend into a sitting squat position without touching the ground or holding the knees, hold for 10-15, then very slowly and carefully try to ascend without assisting yourself) 
 
10. Side Lunges (Stand with the feet shoulders width apart and attempt a lateral squat pose without changing the direction you face and keeping the anchor foot facing the same direction as you face) 
 
10. Wide Stance Reverse Crunches (Lay flat and put the hands out to form a T, lift the legs into the air, holding them about 6 inches or shoulder width apart until they reach about a 65 degree angle, hold for 5-10 seconds, then control the descent and repeat) 
 
10. Leg Ups (Lie flat, place hands outward so the body forms a human T, or behind the small of the back for a more assisted position, raise the legs up as though in a reverse crunch, slowly bring them in to the body as though laying in a fetal position, then slowly push them up towards the ceiling and as high as the torso can push, if done correctly the lower back will lift off the ground, briefly hold then do a controlled descent by gently easing the lower back down folding the legs inward or keeping them stretched out and lowering the feet back down. Once comfortable with the exercise, increase the speed while maintaining stability until it becomes more of a foot thrusting action towards the ceiling. Done correctly, it should feel like doing a reverse “burbee”) 
 
10. 10 Second Bicycle Kicks (Lay flat, raise the knees and form a 90 degree angle with the legs, use a chair, couch or other conveniently sized object for reference and assistance but never rest on the object. Cycle one leg, then the other until performing a bicycling maneuver maintain this action for 10 second spurts or as long as possible before stopping, resting and repeating) 
 
10. Alternating Crunches (Assume the lying 90 degree sitting position and do a crunch except for instead of simply lifting the chin and back towards the ceiling, add a twist to each side and attempt to touch the elbow to the alternate and opposing knee, so the right elbow towards the left knee and vice versa) 
 
10. Alternating Flat Crunches (Assume the reverse plank position and do a flat crunch, except for this time as you rise and and out of it bring the hands in towards the body as you rise and reach out to the left and right alternately, bringing them back in as you descend) 
 
 

Work in Progress Note

 
This guide isn’t currently complete and will be a work in progress as I get around to it, but it should be getting some attention in the coming months. 
 
 

Conclusion

 
Please feel free to like, favorite, and leave comments below. 
 
Keep an eye out for my guides across the rest of the Final Fantasy game line and other franchises such as Resident Evil, Grand Theft Auto and various other games like Sega’s ultra horror survival game – Alien: Isolation, the Bards Tale by Tommy Tallerico Studios or Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II (KOTOR II). 
 
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