Steph Curry Workout Routine: Train like Steph and Golden State!


We have HUNDREDS of celebrities within our Workout Database that we’ve researched in depth from their workouts to their nutrition.

I even wrote a book all about my research with dozens and dozens of case studies called Superhuman Secrets.

Now this year we’ve been prioritizing athletes of all types, from fighters to professional wrestlers, tennis stars, and even basketball players.

And this week we have Steph Curry and The Golden State Warriors Workout Routine, as well as Carmelo Anthony’s Off Season Workout.

Luckily for us Men’s Health did a video with Carl Bergstrom, the Head Performance Coach of the Golden State Warriors who runs us through, what he calls, a “general strength program”.

He also says:

“We’re going to hit posterior chain, a little bit of core, and some upper body. It’s more of a general program that we would do before practice.”

He then runs us through the schedule of the routine, and therefore the video itself – but I’m going to skip that part being that I’ll be breaking down the full routine for us below.

Bergstrom then finishes off before getting into the exercises by saying:

“So this is how you train like a Warrior.”

Which I feel is a good sign off to get us into the workout here as well.

Steph Curry Workout Routine

Steph Curry Workout Routine

Training Volume:

One Day of Training
(To Be Repeated and Varied w/ Other Training)

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Steph Curry & Golden State Workout

This workout is shared by Men’s Health and the Golden State trainers.

GOLDEN STATE WARRIOR WORKOUT:

Mobility Warm Up

10 reps per position

Three-Point T-Spine Rotation (Yoga)

10 reps per side

Banded Lateral Steps

5 reps per side

Banded Rotational Steps

5 reps per side

Banded Step Back

5 reps per side

Half Kneeling Landmine Press

3 sets of 8 reps

Trap Bar Deadlift

3 sets of 8 reps

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