Training to Become Batman (2023)

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One of the reasons I like to give when people ask me why I train so hard is this:

If Batman and I ever met, we would have something in common.

It’s cool to emulate your heroes, so why not emulate a superhero? How much more badass is that than trying to become ‘regionalmanager’ (no offense to regional managers). That’s really what the Bioneer is all about and it’s why we discuss everything here from nootropics, to ambidexterity, to bodybuilding. And it’s why Batman trainingreallyappeals to me.

And if you’re going to emulate a superhero, it makes sense to start with one who has no powers. Batman is the most relatable and the most human. My attempts to transform like Optimus Prime have met only with failure and disappointment.

Batman forged his power through will and grit alone and as a result he is able to stand toe to toe with aliens and Gods. Sure, he’s fictional but that doesn’t mean we can’t be inspired by the stories.

So let’s imagine, hypothetically, that you were training to become Batman. What would that actually involve?

Watch the shorter video version and/or dive into some deep discussion in the full post below!

We’ll start with Batman’s training in martial arts. Batman needs to fight criminals so it’s not really enough to just workout, you need to be able to put that muscle to good use with the right fighting method. What martial art does Batman use?

Well, that all depends on which version of Batman you’re talking about but there are three martial arts in particular that stand out to us as particularly interesting. They are:

  • The Keysi Fighting Method – As this is the fighting style that was used when choreographing the Christian Bale Batman films
  • Ninjitsu – As it’s generally lore that Batman trained with Ninjas and many of his techniques – such as the use of shadows and shuriken (in the form of Batarangs) – is certainly ‘Ninjitsu-esque’
  • Mixed Martial Arts – Because let’s be honest, Batman probably knows all the martial arts and will combine them in the ring

The Keysi Fighting Method (invented by Justo Di’guez and Andy Norman) is all about elbow blows and knee blows, along with some close range grappling. It’s about getting in close to your opponents to render their usual hooks and jabs ineffective and then quickly incapacitating them. This is a good strategy in any fight – especially as in my experience thugs and muggers tend to start with a right hook (no really, it’s practically a given). Keysi fighting makes particular sense for a guy who has knives attached to gauntlets too.

(Video) I Trained To Become Batman 🦇 (Justice League)

There are other things that make the Keysi Fighting Method perfect too. For starters, it places some emphasis on combating multiple opponents with a ‘360 degree’ approach. It’s a modern fighting style that is designed for use against muggers and other street opponents. And it’s also somewhat ideal that KFM should be based on Jeet Kune Do, which in turn was developed by Bruce Lee – perhaps the closest real-life specimen to Batman-esque fighting prowess.

The Ninjitsu element is kind of the opposite. It’s a softstyle of martial arts that involves moving stealthily through the shadows, using weapons and tools and employing techniques like distraction and fear. It also involves the use of pressure points and a lot of additional ‘skills’ such as rope climbing, horsemanship and more.

So really Batman training for combat is about combining these methods: using stealth, tools and fear to get the upper hand on his opponents and then getting in close to quickly eliminate them. This is in accord with my experience playing Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. Mixed martial arts is largely about controlling the range and being able to fight at a distance as well as up close and it would provide a perfect modern training ground for practicing and honing your skills.

So if you wanted to fight like Batman, you should take up Keysi Fighting Method and Ninjitsu for a while then start competing in MMA. Sorted. Next?

When Batman isn’t out fighting crime, he’s mainly training to get into awesome shape. Again, depictions of his training routine vary greatly depending on the source but a relatively recent publication suggests it looks something like this:

(This comes fromThe Batman Fileswhich you can find hereTraining to Become Batman (3).)

Now, any fitness instructor will tell you that that’s pretty much impossible. What’s the closest analog we have to this? Well, I hate to say it… but that would be CrossFit.

The combination of intensive cardio, big Olympic-style lifts and bodyweight training all look an awful lot like the training you’d get at a CrossFit box. Unfortunately, if you were using this kind of training to this extent, you would almost certainly be overtrained and your nervous system would fail you (along with your bones, muscles and will to live). The only shot Batman would have at sticking to a regimen like this would be if he was taking roids.

So… Batman is a CrossFitter on roids? Is this what Batman training should involve for you?? Not really what most of us want to hear…

It is also worth pointing out though that he’sthe goddamn Batman. Which may explain some of his recovery ability.

(Video) What Would BATMANS TRAINING ROUTINE & Diet Plan Actually Look Like?

So what’s the best training you could actual follow to achieve Batman like feats? Well, CrossFit when done safely is actually a great approach to ‘general preparedness training’ so regardless of its controversies that would actually be a good type of training to take up.

Either way, we know that Batman would be much more interested in building strength rather than size so he wouldn’t train like a bodybuilder. Rather, he would focus on performing low repetitions of very high weights with functional movements to increase his ability to recruit muscle fiber and technique. He might use overcoming isometrics even – which means pulling or pushing against a completely immovable force. And he would definitely do lots of CV, though HIIT (high intensity interval training) has been shown to be more effective than steady state cardio.

He’s probably also use some form of stretching/yoga (maybe acroyoga?) to keep himself limber, combined with parkour, rock climbing (certainly buildering) and lots of bodyweight training.

I won’t put a precise workout here then but a training plan you utilize should incorporate:

  • Heavy weight compound movements for low reps (squats, bench press, deadlifts, clean and press)
  • Bodyweight training (dips, pull ups, press ups, handstand press ups)
  • HIIT training (Tabata, sprinting, punch bag)
  • Stretching/Yoga
  • Parkour/Free Running (more likely parkourthan free running– in reality Batman would likely have little time for backflips)
  • Bouldering/Rock Climbing
  • Martial Arts Practice

I can also pretty guarantee Batman would sleep in a hyperbaric chamber to increase his VO2 max. Again, this is a guy willing to do everything he can to improve his performance.

To maintain this kind of training, Batman would need to be eating a ton of protein and carbs just to allow himself to recover. He’d also probably be using all kinds of supplements, seeing as he’s something of a scientist and certainly on the cutting edge.

Unfortunately, as mentioned I also find it pretty hard to imagine a scenario where Batman wouldn’t be using steroids. That might be pretty controversial but let’s be honest – steroids give you a massive advantage over the opposition when it comes to training and it’s the only way you could genuinely recover from the kind of training that is frequently suggested. We know that Batman isn’t much concerned with his own health (he spends his nights being hit in the face) so why would he turn down such physical gains?

According to the DC Wiki, Batman is able to bench 1,000 pounds while at the same time keeping pace with the best speed and endurance athletes in the world. That pretty much necessitates steroids or at least some kind of genetic mutation.

The only argument against steroids is a story called Batman: Venom. In that story, Batman uses the fictional ‘venom’ serum which is essentially a performance enhancing drug. Unfortunately, the substance starts to drive him mad and ‘cloud his judgement’.

This tells us that Batman is willing to go to extreme lengths to gain a physical advantage but on the other hand, roid rage might be an issue for him. There are ways of reducing roid rage so we can leave this mystery up to you. Here is a Reddit thread where the subject is discussed in more detail.

Anyway, you probably do care about your health and I don’t recommend steroids at all, so in a real world scenario the best supplements would likely be: protein shake (only to supplement a high protein diet) and creatine (there is no downside). The rest you should get from a diet that is super-high in nutrients and just everything.

(Video) Batman Begins - The Will to Act (Training Scene HD)

So, so far your Batman training is combining CrossFit with Ninjitsu, the Keysi Fighting Method and MMA. This will make you pretty lethal but it’s only part of the story.

Batman is much more than just a ripped fighter. He’s also a got tons of tricks up his sleeve and is constantly getting the drop on his opponents. He is constantly aware of his surroundings and he’s always one step ahead.

Basically he’s Sherlock Holmes – which is no coincidence as Holmes was actually one of the original inspirations for the character.

When looking at martial arts, it helped to think about who has come the closest in real-life to Batman-like performance. In terms of mental performance, I think that the closest to Batman is…

Derren Brown

No wait – hear me out. The skills of an illusionist are very similar to the skills you’d need to be Batman. This is all about distracting opponents, leading the eye and staying very much aware of everything that’s going on around you. I’m not saying that Derren Brown could use his skills to fight crime any time soon if he wanted to – but what I am saying is that practicing magic might actually be a good way to develop some Batman-like skills.

There’s an urban legend about a group of thieves trying to steal David Copperfield’s wallet. He managed to trick them into thinking his pockets were empty, simply by using misdirection. Batman would be proud!

A more advanced version of these sorts of skills are taught at MI5 and the FBI. Being trained as a spy would definitely be useful for your Batman CV then. One of the things that new MI5 agents are required to do in training is to walk into a bar and get the passport number off of a ‘target’ just by talking to them. It’s a fun mental exercise thinking about how you might do this – but it’s a whole different ball game actually trying to do it for real.

Also important is ‘situational awareness’, which means being aware of everyone and everything in any given space and thus able to respond quickly and efficiently to threats. There’s a great post on that over here at The Art of Manliness.

Would Batman be using nootropics? As I’ve often written, I find that there are few nootropics where the positives drastically outweigh the negatives other than those cognitive metabolic enhancers like creatine and CoQ10 (I have written about my favorite Nootropic stack here).

Finally, Batman training programs would likely have dedicated time to training in a wide myriad of different skills and abilities. These would include things like:

(Video) How to Train Like BATMAN for Peak Performance (2022 Edition)

  • Lockpicking
  • Becoming ambidextrous
  • Developing functional synaesthesia
  • Wearing disguises
  • Acting
  • Boomerang throwing
  • Toughening the hands and feet
  • Forensics (this is a big one)
  • Knot tying
  • Breath holding
  • Using weapons
  • Aim
  • Anatomy
  • Lie detecting
  • Memory techniques
  • Meditation
  • Pressure points

I used to enjoy this site called ‘Building Batman‘ which focused on precisely this kind of thing. Sadly, the site no longer seems to be getting updated but there’s still some cool stuff there.


Equipment is the final piece of the puzzle when it comes to becoming Batman. Unlike Iron Man, Batman’s equipment is pretty conservative, so all you’d need is some kind of light armor (like Kevlar), a few weapons (taser, baton, shark spray) and some tools (grappling hook, batarang). Batman would probably also have some kind of night-vision goggles built-into his mask and he’s probably get a kick out of health tracking etc.

The only tricky part would be replicating Batman’s cape and gliding ability. Interestingly though, this is sort-of-possible using electro active smart materials. These are soft materials that stiffen when an electric current gets run through then and which can this way form rigid structures using a kind of ‘memory’. In theory this could turn a cape into something you could glide with…

…unfortunately the bad news is that you’d still be travelling too fast if you leapt off of a building wearing something like this. Buildings are just too low sadly. But is it completely unfeasible to think that we could get around this problem one day in the future?

Watch this video to get the full scoop on this:

Is it Possible?

So taking everything into account… is it possible to become Batman? Can you perform real Batman training without collapsing?

I’d answer that it certainly would be possible to develop near-Batman-like skills in a number of different areas. Batman is pretty much Bruce Lee + Rich Froning + Derren Brown and accomplishing that is at least somewhat possible, especially with steroids thrown into the mix.

And there are actually people out there trying to become super heroes. The ‘Real Life Superheroes’ are a bunch of people who don costumes and patrol the streets looking for crime – no really!

Still though, if you were to get rushed by 10 attackers with weapons, even these skills wouldn’t be enough to protect you and you’d probably end up as a bloody pulp. And no amount of training is going to be enough to help you if someone pulls a gun.

There’s a cool book you can find hereTraining to Become Batman (6) discussing the genuine possibility of becoming Batman.

In reality though, most people reading this site aren’t interested in fighting crime but rather just the idea of achieving the peek human performance like Batman. Is that possible? To some extent, sure and if you were to follow the training protocols outlined in this post you’d be pretty darn bad-ass. Of course you’d also be exhausted and have no time for anything else though, which is why most of us will choose to specialize tosomedegree instead.

(Video) What Was ALL of Batman's Training?

Personally I train with a combination of heavy light weights, do plenty of bodyweight training, stretch regularly and beat up a punch bag on a regular basis. I maintain my optimum nutrition as far as possible and use a few supplements and am constantly researching ways to improve my mental and physical performance. For the most part, that’s been good enough for me!


What type of training does Batman do? ›

Bruce embedded himself in a great variety of clandestine martial arts organizations to learn their secrets, including the demon-hunting Ten-Eyed Men. 2012's Detective Comics #0 shows us Bruce's training with martial arts master Shihan Matsuda, from whom Bruce learns true mastery over his own body.

How long would it take to train like Batman? ›

According to Zehr, it would take almost 18 years to achieve Batman's physical aptitude, and he would need to eat at least 4,000 calories a day to maintain it.

How do you get Batman's physique? ›

Exercises Covered in the Batman Workout
  1. #1) Squat Jump.
  2. #2) Single Leg Squat Jump.
  3. #3) Side-to-Side Push-up (Knee)
  4. #4) Side-to-Side Push-up.
  5. #5) Exploding Push-ups.
  6. #6) Modified Handstand Push-up.
  7. #7) Handstand Push-up.
  8. #8) Jump-up Pull-up with Tuck.
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How many hours does Batman train a day? ›

How many hours does Batman train a day? Unsurprisingly, he trained—a lot. Going to the gym up to 6 times a week for 3 hours apiece while doing cardio every single day, he followed a routine that would build muscle while also remaining as lean as possible throughout the bulk.

What is Batman's daily routine? ›

A: Batman gets home right around dawn, [and] he goes to sleep. Q: Does he have any morning rituals? A: His morning ritual is essential to come home, talk to Alfred, take off the cowl, take off the suit, and clean any wounds he sustained the night before.

What fighting skill does Batman use? ›

The self-identified form of Keysi is used by Batman when in hand-to-hand combat and is considered to be a synthesis of different martial arts forms brought together. When in practice, it is viewed to be as ruthless as Krav Maga or Mixed Martial Arts.

Is Batman workout possible? ›

This is great news for comic buffs hoping to emulate their favorite superhero. After all, the Batman training routine, intense and impressive as it may be, is also entirely doable and attainable. There are no magical or otherworldly circumstances required — just hard work, dedication, and clear-cut goals.

How would Batman train in real life? ›

Grant Stevens, a martial arts expert, said that Batman's primary style of fighting is boxing, so the workout would have to be based around jabs and crosses and basic kicks. His go-to exercise for conditioning and strength training is a hybrid jack push-up and burpee.

What age does Batman start training? ›

The story then cuts to the murder of Bruce's parents and him kneeling at their dead bodies. The layouts of this version of the Waynes' murder is designed to resemble Frank Miller's Batman: Year One. At the age of 14, Bruce leaves Gotham City to explore and obtain skills in martial arts and forensics.

What would Batman's diet be? ›

The meal plan comprises six clean meals each day, starting with a breakfast of oatmeal, banana, a hard-boiled egg, with a glass of orange juice and a cup of green tea. The second meal is even simpler: a whole tin of tuna, and four rice cakes topped with peanut butter. "Quite a bro meal here," says Soueid.

How athletic is Batman? ›

From basketball to skiing to rock climbing, the Dark Knight was sure able to show off how good an athlete he is: As a superhero, Batman knows how to throw a punch. So of course he would show up in a boxing ring from time to time.

Does Batman lift weights? ›

Batman's strength and conditioning is amazing for someone who is “just human”. He's the pinnacle of human physical prowess. Olympic level fitness, he began training at 12 years old. By the time Bruce was 18 he had mastered nutrition, bio mechanics, training, and weight lifting.

How many abs does Batman have? ›

Voiced by a gravelly, over-the-top Will Arnett, Batman claims he has nine abs (eight pairs and one in the center) and calls himself the “greatest orphan of all time” while visiting Gotham City's orphanage.

How much would Batman training cost? ›

Becoming the world's greatest detective would require extensive knowledge and fighting skills, leading to about $1,750,000 in training fees.

How fast is Batman's Mile? ›

Batman can run 20 miles at a pace of 4 minutes and 50 seconds per mile. That works out to be about a 12.4 miles per hour pace.

What's Batman's number 1 rule? ›

That one rule is Batman's, the only one he rigidly adheres to: no killing. Seems easy enough to follow until you realize what kind of pressure it causes in his line of work and how much easier it was all be if he broke it just once.

What is Batman Number 1 rule? ›

Longtime Batman fans know Batman's one rule: he doesn't kill. It is essential to Batman's identity, even if it wasn't always the case. When Batman first showed up in the 1930s, he regularly used lethal means to put a stop to criminal activity.

What is Batman's only weakness? ›

Freeze, Batman becomes vulnerable to injuries or freezing just like any other human.

What is Batman's IQ? ›

A trivia published in BuzzFeed states, “Batman's stated IQ is an unbelievable 192, several notches above the famed theoretical physicist (Albert Einstein), who was estimated to have an IQ between 160 and 180.

Is Batman's fighting style real? ›

The film's realistic setting extends to how Batman fights, as it would be impractical for him to learn every single fighting discipline in the world to fight crime. Instead, the filmmakers had Batman utilize the Keysi Fighting Method, which is a real-life self-defense system that he uses throughout the trilogy.

How does Batman have so much stamina? ›

He has trained his body to a point where he has nearly unlimited stamina. Superpowers is a necessity when it comes to fighting crime and doing vigilante work. Batman has made up for his lack of superpowers by compensating with his stamina and intelligence.

How much can Batman lift Max? ›

How much weight can lift Batman? In Batman #655, Bruce is shown to be bench pressing over 1000 pounds during one of his regular workouts. In Batman Odyssey #2, Bruce mentions that his maximum leg press is 2500 pounds.

How good is Batman's cardio? ›

Cardio – Batman runs a lot. While wearing a lot of armour. Running, jumping, and climbing – Batman needs parkour skills. I'll make a video on this very soon, but suffice to say he needs to run fast, jump high, and be able to easily pull his own bodyweight.

How many martial arts does Batman know? ›

Officially, Batman knows 127 styles of martial arts and puts them all to good effect in the movies. He can also bend rifle barrels with one hand, hang-glide around cities using his cape and drive his car on the roof. What's our point? Batman's “martial arts” are as make-believe as the rest of his adventures.

What is the youngest Batman? ›

Lewis G.

Wilson was the first and youngest actor ever to play the adult Batman, and also the least successful. At 23, the unknown thespian donned the cape and the cowl in the 15-part 1943 Columbia serial Batman.

How old is the youngest Batman? ›

The first and the youngest actor to play a DC comic character Batman was Lewis G Wilson. At 23, Wilson, donned the cape in 1943 film series titled 'Batman'.

What is Batman's laughing weakness? ›

Like other inhabitants of the Dark Multiverse, The Batman Who Laughs has a weakness to Nth Metal.

What is Batman's fear? ›

Wayne's phobia of bats is the most apparent. It stems from his childhood incident of falling down a well with bats flying up above him. Because the incident happens at such an impressionable age, it causes extreme fear and becomes impossible to get rid of.

What is Batman's illness? ›

First up: “dissociative identity disorder,” i.e. what they used to call “multiple-personality disorder.” It could be argued Batman is a likely candidate for this illness, given that he leads separate lives as both Bruce Wayne and the Caped Crusader every day of his life.

How heavy should Batman be? ›

Audiences expect you to look like a superhero.” Ironically, data collected by Moviepilot suggest that since Batman first appeared in feature-length films 50 years ago, Mr West has been the closest in physique to the Gotham crusader as specified in the comic books: 6'2" (1.88m) tall, and weighing 210 pounds (95kg).

What body fat percentage is Batman? ›

I looked up what DC Comics and some other books said (about Batman's physique). I settled on the estimate that Bruce Wayne started off at about six-foot-two and 185 pounds. I gave him a body fat of 20 percent (slightly below average) and a body mass index of 26.

Is Batman buff or lean? ›

Ultimately, most artists DO draw Batman lean and athletic… lean mostly means low body fat percentages, which is where muscle definition starts to really pop. So most depictions of Batman, under that definition, get it right.

How hard can Batman punch? ›

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Wikipedia

Facebook account, which claims that a single Batman punch has 1420 lbs of force behind it. That makes it the equivalent of getting smashed by a battering ram, which means that if Batman were standing in front of a big wooden door, he could knock it own all by himself.

What's Batman's max bench? ›

In Batman #655, Bruce is shown to be bench pressing over 1000 pounds during one of his regular workouts. In Batman Odyssey #2, Bruce mentions that his maximum leg press is 2500 pounds.

What is Batman's deadlift? ›

Watch Batman deadlift 320kg. The feat was recorded during Halloween and the person behind the bat mask was powerlifter Carter Wu.

How heavy is Batman's car? ›

Batmobile Specs:

Curb weight: 5500 lb. Wheelbase: 129 in. Length: 230 in. Width: 90 in.

How bulletproof is Batman? ›

Batman utilizes many different body armor designs, some of which are constructed into his Batsuits, and others which are separate. In its most basic version, the suit is bulletproof around the upper torso and back. Other versions are entirely bulletproof to small arms fire, and have advanced flexible armor plating.

What is Batman's full power? ›

What are Batman's Super Powers? Batman doesn't have any superhuman powers, but relies on high tech gear, martial arts, and high intelligence. His special gear for fighting crime is often stored in his utility belt.

Is there a Batman school? ›

Gotham Academy is an exclusive private high school in Gotham City.

How much is a real Batman suit? ›

Batsuit. When Ben Affleck was the Batman he claimed his suit cost a staggering $100,000. He wanted to buy the suit after filming but the price put him off. According to The Mirror, a real life Batsuit could set you back over $1 million.

How much would a real Batcave cost? ›

These costs, however, pale in comparison to the price tags on Batman's home, Bat Cave. The cave's construction would cost $7.2m, whilst its supercomputer will need a whopping $290m, according to one estimate.

How strong is Batman's car? ›

The book states that the Batmobile's five-cylinder engine is more powerful than turbine jet engines, and capable of achieving up to 10,000 horsepower (7,500 kW). In the 2009 series Batman and Robin, a new Batmobile is unveiled.

How fast can Batman fall asleep? ›

Batman revealed that he can fall asleep in seven seconds and only needed two hours of sleep to be fully functional.

How fast is Batman's jet? ›

Maximum Speed: 4,400 mph. Range: 2,486 n m.

What are all of Batman's skills? ›

  • Genius-level intellect.
  • Expert detective.
  • Master martial artist and hand-to-hand combatant.
  • Master tactician, strategist, and field commander.
  • Peak human physical and mental condition.
  • Utilizes high-tech equipment and weapons.

How many martial arts is Batman trained? ›

Officially, Batman knows 127 styles of martial arts and puts them all to good effect in the movies. He can also bend rifle barrels with one hand, hang-glide around cities using his cape and drive his car on the roof.

Does Batman have medical training? ›

While Batman famously trained in various fields all around the world in his youth, this level of medical skill is something that we have rarely seen before from Batman. seems that on top of his previous skillset, Bruce Wayne can now also be noted as a skilled brain surgeon.

How do you mentally train like Batman? ›

To be like Batman means conditioning your body to the best of your ability through multiple methods of training. Having a razor sharp mind honed through meditation, contemplation, analysis, and detective work, using intellect and intuition in equal measure.

How is Batman so strong physically? ›

At a very young age, he was trained in various styles of martial arts by none other than Ra's-Al-Ghul, so yeah he is very agile and a master of various fighting styles, coming to his strength Batman is seen doing 1000 Lbs bench press in batman comic series, so there's no doubt he surely has a lot of upper body strength ...

How much can Batman bench press? ›

His perfection in these allows him to defeat opponents he otherwise shouldn't be able to. Batman bench presses between 800-1,000 pounds, military presses 500-600 pounds, and curls 300-350 pounds!!

What is Batman main fighting style? ›

Batman has proper training in every martial art in the world, according to comics, but he relies heavily on his own style, Keysi. This style is a synthesis of all he has learned, and is considered as brutal a martial art as Krav Maga or MMA.

What mental health does Batman have? ›

For starters, Langley asserts that Batman, despite popular opinion, does not have a mental illness. The Dark Knight exhibits some symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, but not enough to warrant a formal diagnosis.

What is Batman's diet? ›

For lunch, he eats grilled chicken, a baked potato, steamed vegetables , and vitamins. A few hours later, he eats oatmeal crackers, fruit, and cottage cheese for a snack. For dinner, he eats grilled chicken, fish (or steak) steamed vegetables, and rice. And throughout the day he drinks plenty of water.


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