Learn All About Bad Bunny Workout Routine and Diet plan | Height, Weight, Body Measurements

Who is Bad Bunny?

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Bad Bunny is a songwriter, rapper, and singer who is best known for songs such as I Like It, UN DIA, and No Me Conoce. When it comes to the Spanish or Puerto Rican music industries, he’s a household name. We’ve all heard his music, regardless of where we’re from; he’s also known for being one of the dopest rappers, and all Bad Bunny songs are great for parties and drives.

However, I’m sure you’re all aware that Bad Bunny recently posted a body shot on Instagram. So, if you’re looking for the Bad Bunny workout and diet plan, keep reading.

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Height  5 ft 11 inch
Weight 80 kg
Age 26 years
Chest 42 inch
Waist 32 inch
Biceps 15 inch

Bad Bunny: Diet Plan

Bad Bunny’s diet is also unavailable; he enjoys fruits as snacks and eats a variety of healthy foods. As I previously stated, if you want to look like Bad Bunny, you must follow a strict diet. Our diet will be the key to achieving a bulky and ripped physique. So let’s look at a diet plan that I believe will complement that workout routine the best.

The Bad Bunny diet consists of the following foods:


  • Oatmeal with almond milk, nuts, and berries or blueberries oatmeal pancakes
  • Two whole boiled eggs
  • Juice


  • Protein smoothie with berries, nuts, banana, and oat milk


  • Chicken or turkey breast
  • A little bowl of rice
  • Veggies

Evening Snack

  • Salad


  • Salmon
  • Sweet potato
  • Veggies
  • Salad

Bad Bunny: Workout Routine

Bad Bunny is a guy who used to be lean but not ripped or healthy; if you look at his photos from previous years, you’ll notice the difference between his recent post and his previous posts. So, how did Bad Bunny get such a great body and what was his workout routine?

Unfortunately, no one knows what he did to get and stay in shape. I tried looking up information on his social media page, but there was none. Because there were no previous photos like this one, no one has ever asked Bad Bunny about the workout he does or did.

When he gets to the shows, I’m sure we’ll see the Bad Bunny answering these questions to interviewers and other people. But, for the time being, I can’t tell you what Bad Bunny did in his workout routine. However, I can still show you how to get the same body shape as Bad Bunny.

Now that I’ve seen his post, I see that the changes began around four or five months ago. Remember, he was a lean man, chubby but not skinny. As a result, the diet and foods he eats deserve the majority of the credit for his transformation. So, here’s how we’re going to do it:

The Bad Bunny workout entails:


We’ll run or jog at a steady pace for 20 to 30 minutes during the cardio workout. This routine is designed to keep our bodies moving, our blood flowing, and to ensure that we lose weight while increasing our metabolism. It will assist you in loosening up prior to your weight lifting routine and taking care of your body while exercising.

Exercise in the Gym

We’ll concentrate on traditional and straight weightlifting workouts. You might assume that because Bad Bunny is so ripped, he must be working out and doing a lot of exercises, but this isn’t the case. You don’t need to do a super intense workout to get a body like Bad Bunny’s; regular training will yield results over time.

Sets: 3

Reps: 15

Rest time: 30 to 40 seconds


  • Bench press
  • Dumbbell press
  • Chest flyes
  • Chest press
  • Cross cable flyes
  • Weighted dips
  • Push-ups


  • Lat pulldowns
  • One-arm dumbbell rows
  • Cable rows
  • Renegade rows
  • Bent over rows
  • Back lat pushdowns
  • Deadlifts


  • Shoulder press
  • Seated military press
  • Arnold press
  • Lateral raises
  • Front raises
  • Shrugs
  • Delt flyes


  • Barbell curls
  • Isolation curls
  • Spider curls
  • Hammer curls
  • Triceps one-arm cable pushdowns
  • Dumbbell skull crusher
  • Triceps Kickbacks to dips


  • Smith machine squats
  • Hack squats
  • Lunges
  • Leg press
  • Leg extension
  • Stiff-leg deadlifts
  • Calf raises
  • Glute thruster or hip abduction

Core Workout 

  • Crunches
  • Leg raises
  • Medicine ball Russian twist
  • Plank twister
  • Plank hold
  • V-abs hold
  • Abs roller

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