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Cardiologists agree that strength training is one of the best ways to enhance cardiovascular health and protect your body against heart disease. Strength training may lower your blood pressure. For example, one recent study found that regularly lifting weights could produce up to a 20% drop in blood pressure levels. 7. Strength adds to muscle quality.

A stronger muscle has more potential to do everything better. It’s capable of generating more power, building up more stamina, and taking pressure off your joints and connective tissues. And nothing builds strength like the progressive overload offered by strength training. 7 Reasons to Start Strength Training Today.

July 13, 2018 July 13, 2018 teamquadzilla. If you think strength training is only for bodybuilders and athletes, it’s time to challenge your assumptions. Strength training offers several important benefits, and you don’t need to frequent a gym or own a bunch of equipment to get the job done. 7 reasons to start strength training today April 17, 2018 Brian Frazier Exercise, Stretching, Weight Lifting, Weight Loss 0 BY LAUREN BEDOSKY If you think strength training is only for bodybuilders and athletes, it’s time to challenge your assumptions. Strength training lowers waist circumferences, triglycerides, blood pressure, and glucose levels, all risk factors associated with heart disease.

A recent study also found that individuals who participated in strength training had significantly lower resting heart rates, putting them less at risk for heart disease. Unfortunately, for whatever reason, some women think that if you lift weights, you will automatically look like Arnold Schwarzenegger. This is a huge myth, and if you are avoiding strength training, you’re missing out on all its benefits. According to an article posted on Care 2, there are seven reasons why you should start lifting weights.

Similar to different types of physical activity weight lifting can be advantageous for your mental health. There is a connection between strength training and lowered symptoms of depression and anxiety in addition to enhancing brainpower and self-esteem. 5 Reasons to Start Strength Training Today (Plus, 3 Muscle-Building Exercises) Build lean muscle faster. cardio training alone – running, cycling, etc. – burns both muscle and fat, which can slow Prevent injury.

The stronger you are, the more resilient. 7 Reasons You Should Start Strength Training: You’ll improve your sex life. Low libido?

Strength training can help contribute to a testosterone spike, fueling sex drive, while your increased strength will improve stamina. You’ll sleep better. Strength Training Helps Protect Your Bones & Muscles. After hitting puberty, both men and women begin to lose about one percent of their bone and muscle strength ever year.

But strength training can not only halt this process, it can even reverse it. Bone density and strength is closely linked to independence for older adults, since hip fractures are one of the main reasons for many nursing home admissions. Strength training.

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Strength training is my biggest weapon to staying healthy and young.

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Two other issues of primary importance are the proper selection of strength exercises and training timing.

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For these people, training for strength becomes an important goal.

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Hopefully these benefits will motivate you to get started, so let’s talk about how to do a strength training workout.

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Just like strength and form, we can all benefit by building a solid training foundation.

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1 Resistance training is our very best defence against chronic pain, and it can even fight depression.

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This is where the art and science of developing a strength training program come into play, because the principles of training specificity and progressive overload need to be balanced with individual needs, goals, and abilities.

“Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine” by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
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(For details, see Chapter 6 and Appendix A.) The best time to start a strength training program is early in your Base period.

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by Joe Friel
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In addition to building strength and endurance, my resistance-training component included safety tips on how to lift objects and how to move one’s body to avoid muscle strain, backaches, hernias, and the like.

“Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals” by David Haber, PhD
from Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals
by David Haber, PhD
Springer Publishing Company, 2013

It is essential that patients understand that training a new strategy is not related to approaches they may have been exposed to in community gym settings that are about strength, power, or endurance of muscles.

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  • I actually do have a low thyroid problem, and I take Levoroxine pills every morning. I also excerise most of the day everyday, and eating healthy, I still have that stubborn belly fat.

  • I always watch this vid when i think about switching. Ive made the best gains of my life doing full body 2 or 3 times a week working on progressive overload and RPT

  • Great video again, this makes a lot of sense. I re-started training in the gym 18 months ago after 25 years out due to work commitments. But I’ve never done the full body workout routine, so I’m not sure I fully understand a couple of things. Am I correct in thinking you are advocating the use of all of the compound movements in one day or splitting them over two different workouts and repeating them every two days? Just need a little clarity on this please. Thanks again, great videos, cheers.

  • Very informative. Glad I came across your channel. I guess I’m not the only one that thinks if I start lifting weights I’ll become a bodybuilder ��. New subscriber

  • The mistakes people make is tracking progress by weighing themselves or by seeing themselves on the mirror. Guys, stop weighing yourselves, stop standing in front of a mirror because its just teasing you in a bad way and will just lower your self esteem. Instead, track your progress from the exercises you are making. Like for example, im day 1 I can only do 5 perfect pushups, now I can do 20. In day 1, I cant even do a single dip, now I can do 10. In day 1, my crosstrainer speed is only 6, now its 8 (which is a big difference)

  • Yep I’m 60 starting to exercise, I don’t want to be a bodybuilder but I want to be able to get up out of a chair and pick up a gallon of water when I’m 80. ����
    My mother’s balance has improved at age 76, just from going to a Silver Sneakers class for 2.5 months. ����

  • Muscle is heavier than fat mass? WTF I’m stunned that is in this video. A pound is a pound. Muscle has less mass than fat but weighs the same.

  • Hey my friend, I’m new to your channel and I just like your video I subscribe to your channel, i hope you subscribe back to mine thanks �� have a blessed day

  • I’m 52, been training with weights for 35 years. I’m not sold on this FB stuff yet but am considering it, I would have laughed at it just a year ago. My leg day is grueling and now I’m supposed to add legs to upper body in the same day? I’m just struggling with this FB routine but am keeping an open mind and I just need to see some more evidence of increased gains, and not from young people, but from those who have trained a minimum of 10 years doing splits then switching to FB with new gains

  • Finally somebody explains it logically! Thanks so much. I have heard lots of people present this, but you were thorough. I am 68 and have worked out for 3.5 years.

  • Enjoyed the interview. Couldn’t agree more that people need to just get moving and that resistance training is much more beneficial than cardio. Also a large percentage of my clients are women that never felt comfortable in the gym and now feel empowered by moving weights they never thought possible. They are excited how much easier every day life, child care, gardening, going to the beach has become because of the extra strength they have gained.

  • Problem with Full Body is if you do Deadlifts and Squats on the same day you will be putting a lot of pressure on your spine in the same day, those two are the most important excercises to build overall strength

  • Great and wonderful informative video, my dear friend, i really like very much, many congratulations!!
    I subbed with mutual support your channel and i wish all the BEST creations, always to you!!
    Warm greetings from me and Greece!!! Best regards, George +52 LIKE

  • Hey man,are you a dermatologist? I could really use some help here,I’m in my early 20s(man) but I have really dry skin, how can I have my face looking the best possible? Can you please suggest some moisturizers and oils that I could use? I would want them to be as healthy and natural as possible. I have a decent diet but are there any foods I should include or cut out for curing the dry skin? Also while working out at the gym I didn’t realise that I had develop a deep cut on my hands,though I think it must have been sharp equipment but does it mean I need to moisturize my hands and stuff more as well? Would really appreciate a detailed answer from a nice person and dermo like you,and apologies for the really long comment

  • greetings
    i have a very important issue…
    dieting, fasting (one meal a day) workout and one kidney!!
    i have one kidney, i am trying to lose weight, i eat one meal a day (intermittent fasting for more than a month up to now) and working out…
    also is there is a problem with protein consumption and having one kidney?
    thanks
    PS: great channel

  • I’m losing pounds but I look like a big sack of potatoes. I am now eating less of everything and I’ve lost 2 kg in a month?? Yeah I think so. I’ve been away from chips for what 3 months? Also, I’ve been doing exercise and been lifting my backpack which is 5 kg everyday at school which I have to go to the third floor with a dozen of stairs. I’m drinking more fluids now. I CANT GET WHY EVERYBODY IS SO TALL AND SKINNY AND CAN EAT EVERYTHING THEY WANT WITHOUT EXERCISING AND IM SHORT, SKINNY FAT AND EXERCISE EVERYDAY WITH A HEALTHY DIET. What kind of science is this ;-;. Well I think it’s because I’ve been stressing too much. Any idea on how to control your brain with stress?? I’ve been stressed, having less sleep, and less energy for the past days. Any tips??

  • Hello, you have presented studies that showed mild beneficts from consuming acv, lemon water, ginger tea and green tea. Would it be possible that, by mixing those four and drinking it in the mourning, I would get a slightly stronger metabolic boost or be able to hold on my fasting longer?

  • This is y I think full body is the best.. fullbody 3 times a week is the best imo for NATURALS more frequency, more recovery, more convenient, and more total work load and stress response in the entire body…people make the mistake of thinking with body part splits you are recovering just because it’s not the same muscle but forget its the SAME CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM…when I first started I did PPL 6 days a week and within the 3rd well I felt like shit sluggish no motivation to train mind you nutrition was good, sleep was good, training was good…when you are on a body part split you’re always putting the body in a constant state of recovery and not refreshing the central nervous system… Leroy Colbert explained this for years, alpha destiny, and team 3d alpha..its just common sense…..there is no split that will allow you to hit every single muscle group more than 2 times a week and still get the adequate rest days that full body provides, you can do 3 times or even 4 before you start suffering from recovery issues…the BIGGEST point is this on fullbody 3 days a week I get to hit every body part 3 times a week and get 4 days of recovery VS you doing upper lower 4 days a week maximally hitting each muscle only 2 times a week and only getting 3 days of rest VS even worse you doing PPL 6 days a week hitting muscle group 2 times a week and only getting 1 DAY of recovery!!! it’s just common sense of why as for me I burnt out on splits as a NATTY lifter and probably why others do as well now yes sure if you are on the juice splits work well because the drugs are gonna make you recover faster and more efficient which is where I believe this whole body part split stuff was based from and hyped from was for people on the juice not NATTY lifters..love the content just subscribed

  • Like#45 Great information in this video my friend.:) I didn’t now that in the beginning of muscle training it goes very fast. Thumbs way up! <3

  • Good points my friend! Been training Full Body for a while now, it’s the best. If someone want more information about it search: Leroy Colbert. He was the king of full body and he was natural. 21 inch arm DRUG FREE.

  • Cheers for this, I’ve been looking for “how to prevent plateauing” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Conabel Muscle Marmsome (do a google search )? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cousin got cool success with it.

  • What I’m confused about is how many calories I should eat. I’m a 25 years old female, 135 pounds, and 5 foot 5 inches tall and have hashimoto’s disease. My basal metabolic rate is 1,445 calories (or close to that) but I should be eating something like 1,800-2,000 calories according to some websites, since I’m fairly active. After switching to clean eating (about a week and half ago), I end up eating about 1,300 calories per day and I’m worried I’m not eating enough. I just don’t feel hungry though, which is funny since before clean eating I ate a lot, all of the time. I feel like I still eat a lot (throughout the day), it’s just lower calorie foods, I guess. I want to lose a little weight, but mostly just get more toned. I just want to be healthy, really, and not hurt my metabolism. Sine starting my thyroid medication about 6 years ago, I lost 10 pounds initially and my weight hasn’t really fluctuated since then. I’m probably marking this more complicated than it is, but I want to start taking care of myself, and do it properly. I’m sorry this turned into a long ass paragraph lol.

  • usually i recommend to implement a cheat day if you run into a plateau, just to change up youre metabolism and usually change one high fat day into a high carb day

  • Its best to train fullbody but u r small…. Not fat but to small for the body i train 4 sometymes i take 2 days off just depends on how hard i workout. But i get awsum results.

  • this reminds me of a conversation i had with my friend yesterday. shes starting the gym and told me she already eats low calorie but she ‘just doesnt burn off the calories’

  • I love full body workouts. I even do full body two days in a row sometimes. I think that if you have slept well and feel with energy, 24 h rest is enough as long as you do a little less volume on the second day����.

  • Since I started doing full body 3 times a week, I feel pretty good when I walk out of the gym and I am already looking forward to my next workout. Not only do the muscles have time to fully recuperate, but the central nervous system as well.

  • Your overtraining,but your still young.When i was in my teens,early 20s..i could hit everything 2 to 3 times a week.Then mid 20s through experimentation i noticed i made better strength gains once a week,for full recovery.Then mid thirties i noticed 9 days was better than 7 and i benched around 400 in early to mid thirties.Then mid forties 12 to 14 days was better for full muscle recovery,ESPECIALLY for the tendons,ligaments and skeletal connective muscles,arthritis that comes with age.When you have been training heavy for 4 decades,you will understand.Enjoy your youth…

  • Full body training is for beginners…. nobody wants to be a beginner…. they all want to do Ronnie Coleman’s cutting exercises! People think if you do Advanced Training you don’t have to be a beginner… people that workout at the gym have a moronic mindset!

  • i’m not a pro body builder, never want to be one. I have lifted for 6 years off and on. will always lift and switch to calisthenics back and forth. one thing I learned long ago, don’t waist my time with single muscle workouts. all I do is full body every time.

  • Two or more weeks, huh? Most people probably don’t even see a regimen through for that long before complaining about a plateau. Yes, I am one of those people.._

  • I switched to an upper/lower, coming from a push/pull/legs, thanks to Alec Enkiri and the Swolefessor. Muscles get trained 3x a week instead of 2, but that being said even now that I have a squat rack at home, I choose to clean my weights off the floor for shoulder presses, so is it really an “upper day”? Power cleans on a lower day, but it builds the traps too….

    I find that I get the workouts done in 45min. or less now. All my lifts shot up like 10/20lbs a workset in the matter of the first week. I’m sure that I’ll eventually get to a full body routine, but I’m doing upper/lower coming from push/pull/legs so steps in the right directions. Couldn’t agree more, why would a track or cross country runner do a split routine is beyond me, do they even have to time to do more than 2 weight training sessions a week?

  • Too many people out there are doing splits because bodybuilder magazines often show them juiced up steroid dudes who are doing a split routine, and they think that they will look like these dudes only if they follow their workout routine. I also don’t like how some people say that full body works only for beginners. This is not true. Just because your favorite juiced up bodybuilder does a split routine, doesn’t mean that it will work for you too. Great video btw. ����

  • There’s a way that may even be better and that’s full body every day, but you do even less each day so you’re increasing your frequency even more. There are studies that found working the muscle 6 days a week is better than three days a week, with weekly volume being equal.

  • You make sense but I can tell you do full body because your body parts that I can see don’t stand out, u not ripped, you have an overall muscular silhouette kinda thing, no real separations/striating. Splits with low bf makes you pop. But to each its own.

  • yo bro thank you for the vid i wanted to ask if i could do 4×4 full body first week but only for the exercise like bench press, deadlift, squat and second week 4×8 and third 4×12 and then repeat or should i always keep the same reps& sets?����

  • i am on my period ( last day now) and dieting cor a week and can’t get out of this 116 kg 117 kg i drink lemon water 2L daily eat apples and dry biscuits ( low salt and no sugar) nothing more been doing this for a week i went from 121kg to 116 kg and keep jojowing between 116kg and 117kg i am desperate i think i am going to stop eating all together just do a water fast and be done with it

  • My biggest takeaway is to try lifting weights. Been working out consistently for almost a year now and lost 10kg so far. But I want to lose 2.5kg more so I need to level up my workout.

  • How can you train 4 times a week while still having a day off between this week and next week? Thanks for the video, I feel like there are so many overcomplications, especially with people trying to sell a workout program, where they mix things up so much you can’t keep track of your progression, or what muscles you’re working and how frequently you’re working them, or get familiar with the movements and improve form. I’m a beginner just getting into fitness and I’m thinking of getting rid of those overcomplications and follow a simple total body routine 3 times a week at home like you provided. Like you said, understand why I’m doing what I’m doing. Thanks!

  • Btw I wanna say for y all, its not splits that are the issue, its the brosplits that are inherently idiotic af and lack what most moderate/highfrequency splits/full body workouts exude

  • If I ever try to convince someone why I love full body and they still don’t believe me I show them this video cuz he explains all aspects of why it’s the most optimal really well just talks really fast ha

  • Have been doing full body for a few weeks now it’s great for me coming up 72 and still gaining have been training for quite a few years now won’t be giving up or slowing down any time soon,stilll get twenty on pull up bar and no probs with 50 press ups to warm up.

  • I lost 30 lbs in 3-4 months by eating clean, lifting weights, drinking Matcha green tea, and drinking ACV. But I have been stuck at the same weight for almost a month. I tried having 1 cheat meal a week, I tried eating less but I was way too far under my recommended calories per day, I tried working out more intensely. The only thing I can think of is being too stressed and not sleeping well anymore. I’m going to give IF a shot and try harder to sleep more and see if it works.

  • Everyone should do full body. Logically you can recover from more total volume by greater frequency. You also take advantage of the large amount of ROS produced by working your legs and it actually drives more protein synthesis in your upper body than you would get by working upper body alone.

  • I rarely (if ever) comment on videos. However I found this video so informative and common sense, I feel I need to complement you. Thank you for the video

  • Thankyou very much, this is exactly what I’ve been looking for to lose all this weight and get back to my healthy body. I’ve been doing the wrong things and this has helped me understand. thankyou!!!

  • Im skinny fat and was going to start a full body workout to gain muscle but i also wanted to add sprints on an off day to burn fat, is this overdoing it?

  • The volume isnt higher isnt it? Because on split like ab you do much more excercise so it takes you more time to recovery isnt it?

  • You talk so fast, you ever thought about being an auctioneer or maybe a horse race announcer? Lol great content bro, STAY SWOLE!!!!��������

  • Any tips for losing cellulite? The weight comes off but I really would like to be cellulite free too!
    N/m, I found the videoThank you!��������

  • To add on to his point about blood work, it’s good to know where your blood sugar levels are too. If your body is producing too much insulin, it makes losing that extra fat a lot more difficult.

  • Ive been on a 1500 calorie limit since Christmas last year and lost 45 pounds! Though I only really consume 700 1200 on average, my body is so used to it now that I don’t even realise I’m hungry, keep in mind I don’t actually exercise so I assume my hunger and calorie needs aren’t as high because I’m not using much energy, if I did exercise it would definitely drop quicker. I encourage anyone trying to lose weight to get a calorie counter, it’s so worth it. I mean also exercise, losing the fat alone will leave you lookin like a rake, gain at least a little bit of muscle to go with it lol you’ll get those curves (depending on your body type of course). I suspected I was losing muscle mass lol I feel so weak.

  • New friend here, saw your comment fm other channel&come, Sub done 1642, hope u can sub bk and we can support each other �� i always have skin problem will stay on your channel ������

  • What is the best way to lost tons of weight? I read a lot of good reviews on the net about how Custokebon Secrets will help you lost lots of weight. Has anybody tried using this popular weight loss diet plan?

  • Very interesting stuff. I haven’t incorporated resistance training yet partly because I can’t afford a gym membership right now. Enjoyed the video ����

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    TEA ( HOW MANY CUPS IN A DAY WITH OR WITHOUT TEA AND OR WITHOUT MILK )

    TOFFEES

    NAMKEENS

    BHUNA CHANA

    POPCORN

    JAGGERY

  • By the way, bruh, I gotta say. Muscle mass has made some of my friends angry at themselves. They gain muscle and then they gain weight on the scale. Its ridiculous but when you weight yourself remember that your bones, organs, and muscle also contribute to your weight. Also also, American-italian food, in my opinion, has proven to be a diet destroyer. Lasagna and Spagetti are carb kings that wreck diets.

  • Awesome vid!! I was wondering if you know anything about postnatal metabolism? I gave birth a year ago and it’s so hard to lose weight after having 2 kids. My body is not the same 5 years ago and tips and tricks would help me lose those pregnancy skin and fats. Thanks!! ����☺️

  • what’s up man. great content. i’ve been thinking about switching from bro splits to FBW, because i’m going to do keto for some time. i also love bro splits like you, but because gym is therapeutic and time consuming for me. so let’s say i do FBW mon,wed,fri… tues/thurs can i do maybe HIIT or LISS? or perhaps isolation movements for arms/shoulders? just basically looking for something else active to do for those days. thanks

  • I noticed I hit a plateau for a week in weight loss only then to realise my diet was extremely high in sodium causing water retention to be held on, after I cut it out, made healthier food decisions, drank more water and tried to get a good quality amount of sleep the weight on the scale went back to normal again loool

  • I lost 35 lbs in 3.5 months. But I haven’t lost a single pound in over a month. I eat super clean, weight train 4x a week, I do the treadmill for a half hour 2-4x a week after weight training. I tried switching up my workouts, switching up my meals, eating less. I think the problem is not eating enough calories in a day and stress. Should I be eating maintenance calories if I want to lose weight while adding lean muscle? Please help. I need to beat this plateau.

  • people don’t train full body because its hard as fuck! it drains you like nothing ells your tired for 24 hour if you did it right.

  • I’m doing a FBW myself and I wouldn’t change, but the argument with volume I don’t quite understand, because if you do a split, you could train every day not just every second day, so it should be easier to get to higher volume in a split, if you train more frequently then you could in a FBW? Or do I miss something?

  • I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (do a google search). But I’m uncertain if it’s good. Have you ever tried using this popular diet plan?

  • Damn.. the first few minutes of this video just made me sigh a huge sigh of relief! I def see my stomach shrinking but the scale has not moved this ENTIRE week.. and i did a 3 DAY FAST!! I was panicking…

  • Actually muscle is not heavier than fat (this is not true at all), it is more dense therefore 1 lb of muscle takes up less SPACE but it still weighs 1lb.

  • Hi I eat healthy 80% of the time & work out 5-6 days a week but seem to be adding weight & it is absolutely frustrating. Does this happen to some of your clients? What can I do to see progress

  • I like what you’re saying brother you are very overzealous in your ideology and I can dig it! BUT one thing one must always remember when speaking in terms of science concepts………’ science can actually change especially overtime with new discovery, But FACTS cannot’!

    So saying that its science-based sometimes should be taken with a grain of salt.! NEVERTHELESS Keep doing your thing young soldier. I am new to your channel I like to see young Brothers coming up and giving their opinion and advice to help others.!.
    .MY MAN.!

  • I haven’t lost anything from my hips, thighs and arms in a month. I have lost about 7 cm from my waist and 10 cm chest within the first month. Now my waist measurement has plateaued as well but I’m still losing chest circumference. The scale doesn’t really move either. Is this a plateau? It’s been like this for 2 weeks. I’m sooooo mad working out 6 times per week and eating less than 1500 kcal.

  • Great information and well presented, it certainly puts everything into perspective. Do you have a sample workout routine to recommend for an intermediate lifter?
    I have been doing splits mixed with some FB workouts but without a formula

  • When I started my diet my starting weight was 218 lbs, I ate only fruits and drank water for 5 days ang I lost 6.6 lbs. On my day 6 to day 9 I have noticed that I wasn’t losing weight anymore. On day 10 i started water fasting and from day 10 to day 16 I lost 13 lbs. But AGAIN on my day 17 until now day 20 I’m not losing weight again. And I decided to eat one meal a day, I’m not gaining weight but not losing either. So frustrating!:(

  • Work the body as a whole and rest the body as a whole.. I’ve always done this.. My mate tells me to get in the gym every day and push weights, I tell him that’s bollox as muscle builds and repairs resting.. 3/4 times a week weight training is plenty!!!. Also how can u rest if ur training diff body parts everyday??.

  • Let’s say we’re doing full body 3 x a week. Would it be beneficial, in particular for natty’s, to work out for hyperplasia for one day and hypertrophy the other two?

  • I like your videos. You’re very knowledgeable. I’m going to incorporate some of the concepts. Could you please talk a little slower? You tend to run words together when speaking so fast. It almost gives me a headache. Also you tend to be redundant. I realize you’re trying to emphasize certain points but it almost becomes annoying the way certain things are said multiple times. Please keep up the good work but also please slow down your speech and you will be at a different higher baseline of excellence.

  • Hey what do you think of this program?

    Work out A 90 to 2mins rest
    Squat 3×5
    Bench 5×5
    Pull ups 5×5
    Barbell row 5×5
    Tri and biceps superset 3×10
    side raises 3×10

    Work out B
    Squat 3×5
    Incline Bench 5×5
    Pull ups 5×5
    Over head press 5×5
    Hammies and calves superset 3×10
    Face pulls 3×10

  • I loved your videos until you said muscles weigh more than fat. 1 kg of fat is equivalent to 1 kg of muscle. You mean muscle is more DENSE than fat.

  • Shit I thought me not losing weight in 4days meant I was on a plateau I was working out and eating better, losing weight, then it stopped for like 4 or so days and i’m like ‘well i fucked up somewhere’ so maybe it was me working out.