Curran Walters Workout Routine and Diet Plan: Train like Robin and Red Hood!

It’s time for our next Titan’s celebrity to be added to our Workout Database.

We’ve seen our celebrities that have played almost all our Titans, and now it’s time to bring on Jason Todd, AKA Robin and Red Hood.


He’s going to be joining our other Titan stars like Brenton ThwaitesAnna DiopRyan PotterMinka KellyAlan Ritchson, Joshua Orpin and Conor Leslie!

You guys have been loving the new Titans coming in, so I’m prioritizing them along with the athletes we’ve been seeing recently.

Curran Walters Stats:

Real Name: Curran Walters

Height: 5’9

Weight: (approximate) 150 lbs.

Age: 23 years old

Curran Walters is actually kind of short.

He’s not the shortest among celebrities but he definitely falls in a shorter range than the average.

The average height falls in the range of 6’1-6’3 with celebs like Chris PrattChris HemsworthChris EvansAdam DriverStephen AmellClive Standen and so many more.

Guys around 5’10-6’0 are dudes like Brad PittMatt Damon and Jason Statham, but the ACTUAL shorter range is filled with guys like Mark WahlbergZac EfronKit HaringtonTom Holland and more.

Even taller than them are guys like The MountainJoe ManganielloBen AffleckJason MomoaRay FisherWinston DukeAlexander Skarsgard and a few others.

But, don’t worry either way.

We write these routines to be utilized by any shape and size.

Curran Walters Diet and Nutrition

In an interview with the Vulcan Reporter Curren Walters gives us some awesome information about what caused him to change his diet and begin tacking on weight while also staying lean.

Here’s what he says:

Sheehan (Vulcan Reporter): A lot of times when it comes to taking on different roles, people will switch up how they prepare. Whether it be a new fitness routine, a new diet, anything like that. Talk to me about your preparation for this role.

As we all went through with COVID… it really opened my eyes during our off-season. We were supposed to be filming, then we basically had a year off. I took that time to get to know Red Hood even better. I went out and bought all the books regarding his backstories and origin stories. I also put on about 20 pounds of muscle between season 2 and season 3. Because I read the comments. Ya know, ‘He’s too skinny, he’s too this, too that.’ I’m like alright, I’m gonna do my best to get into the Red Hood shape. I cut dairy out of my life which has improved my skin a lot. I changed my diet. I’ve really been focusing on my health these past two years, immensely.

For those of you who can’t read more than two sentences, here’s a sparknotes version of what we want from that:

“I also put on about 20 pounds of muscle between season 2 and season 3.” and then he continues with “I cut dairy out of my life which has improved my skin a lot. I changed my diet. I’ve really been focusing on my health these past two years, immensely.”

We have seen some other celebrities cut dairy as well and then clean up their diet while still eating most of the foods they love.

In our Academy we work around restrictions as well – but only for specific reasons (like Walters with a potential dairy intolerance that led to clearer skin and better overall health).

We see a lot of celebs opt for a sustainable approach like this.

That’s why our Academy Nutrition Classes (Monks, Minimalists, SuperHumans, Vikings, Spartans, Hunter Gatherers, Greek Gods, Samurais, & Eat Fat, Lose Fat) revolve around helping you find the specific diet that is right FOR YOU.

Of course, there are a lot of reasons to HAVE the strict guidelines.

We’ve seen a lot of celebs opt for specific restrictions. 

For example: Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart incorporate 80/20 dieting with big weekly cheat meals, Hugh JackmanBenedict CumberbatchTom Hopper, and Terry Crews utilize intermittent fasting(something I use daily as well), Mustafa Shakir and Madelaine Petsch are vegansBrandon Routh and Frank Grillo opt for paleo, and tons of others utilize their own variations as well.

And, that’s just to name a few celebs from each, by the way.

You can check out our Nutrition Pillars for more information and articles on all of the above and more.

Curious what the Top Diets Among Celebrities actually are?  Check it out.

Curran Walters Workout 2

Curran Walters Workout Routine Research

We already know Walters was taking his training extremely serious moving from season 2 to season 3, but now we’re going to bring in some more resources to see what he was up to.

In an interview with Collider he says:

In watching these really intense fight scenes, Red Hood uses a notably different style than Robin. How did your stunt training change between this season and the previous two? What were the biggest differences that you really focused on?

WALTERS: We had some tremendous differences, actually. We kept the … we did a lot of combat training as well as boxing and all the martial arts stuff still, but as far as the main difference between Red Hood and Robin was that we brought in some military people who actually helped us do some gun training. So, we had a lot of tactical people come in and help on movements and all that good stuff.

I also did a deep dive into Walters social media feeds to learn more about what he shares about his training, but unfortunately he posts more shirtless mirror selfies than he does actually training.

But, judging from the comments, his fans don’t mind!

That being said, he does have a video on his TikTok performing moderately heavy hammer curls.

We know he was training with weights in order to tack on mass from what we shared with his nutrition research, so we’ll also be taking that into account and stepping it up a notch.

Jumping back to the interview with Vulan Reporter, Walters also mentions this about his combat training:

 Preparation-wise, we had some military people come in and teach us combat training. We did a lot of boxing, martial arts, a lot of hand moving.

It’s important to note that the combat, boxing and martial arts training are all separate from the training Walters was doing in the gym in order to tack on muscle mass.

In the same interview Walters says:

I’m here for a spin-off if they want to do a spin-off. That’s all I gotta say. I would love to do one.

What do you guys think? Would you want to see him in a spin-off?

I personally would love one.

Curran Walters Workout Routine

Curran Walters Workout Routine (1)

Training Volume:

4+ days per week

Explanation:

We’re going to be training with four days revolving around heavy training [revolving around compound lifts], and then I also tacked on optional ab work considering Walters stayed lean while tacking on 20 pounds of mass and consistently shows off his abs.  With that I’ll also be providing mixed martial arts training and other resources (some of which come directly from our other Titans!)

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Curran Walters Workout Routine: Chest and Triceps

Warm Up:

10-15 Minute Incline Walk

Workout:

Bench Press

4×12, 10, 8, 6

Close Grip Bench Press

4×6,8,10,12

Incline Bench Press

4×6,8,10,12

Chest Flyes

3×12

Overhead Tricep Extension

3×12

Weighted Dips

3×12-15

Optional Ab Training:

Sit Ups

3×20

Hanging Leg Raises

3×20

Superman Hold

3×30 seconds

Curran Walters Workout Routine: Back and Biceps

Warm Up:

10-15 minute jog

Workout:

Deadlift

4×12, 10, 8, 6

Bicep Curls (BB or EZ Bar)

3×12, 10, 8

Bent Over Rows

3×12, 10, 8

Hammer Curls (DB or Cable)

3×12

Wide Pulldowns

3×12

Weighted Chin Ups

3×5-10

Optional Ab Training:

Weighted Crunches

3×20

Hanging Knee Raises with Twist

3×20

Hollow Hold

3×30 seconds

Curran Walters Workout Routine: Shoulders, Traps and Delts

Warm Up:

10-15 minute jog

Workout:

Military Press

4×12, 10, 8, 6

Barbell Shrugs

3×12, 10, 8

Upright Rows

3×12, 10, 8

Face Pulls

3×12

Shoulder Front Raises

3×12

Lateral Raises DB

3×12-15

Optional Ab Training:

Sit Ups

3×20

Hanging Leg Raises

3×20

Superman Hold

3×30 seconds

Curran Walters Workout Routine: Legs and Calves

Warm Up:

10-15 minute jog

Workout:

Back Squats

4×12, 10, 8, 6

Seated Calf Raise

3×12, 10, 8

Hamstring Curls or Kickbacks

3×12, 10, 8

Quad/Leg Extension

3×12

Box Jumps w/ Increasing Height

3×12

Weighted Jumping Lunges

3×12-15

Optional Ab Training:

Weighted Crunches

3×20

Hanging Knee Raises with Twist

3×20

Hollow Hold

3×30 seconds


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