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Fashion Culture Grooming Watches GQ Hype Lifestyle. If you’re confident in the gym, you’re likely familiar with bench presses, squats, and deadlifts. They’re hard, yes. But they aren’t necessarily the most difficult exercises.

Ab Crunch. Although the crunch has been widely recognized by many fitness professionals as the best way to getting the perfect six pack abs, the exercise sadly enough has been highly overrated. Lets look at it from a practical angle. The most underrated gym exercises Now the negative stuff is out of the way, it’s time to consider the most underrated gym exercises.

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Squats and deadlifts performed under stable conditions at intensities as low as 50% of 1RM were shown to be more challenging to the neuromuscular system than stability ball exercises (38), suggesting their superiority for increasing muscular strength and hypertrophy of the back extensors.

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They should help individuals distinguish between overload and overtraining.

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Strength and conditioning professionals involved in conducting 1-repetition maximum (1RM) tests in, for example, the Squat, deadlift, hip sled, leg press, shoulder press, or power clean, need to be aware Of the advantages and disadvantages of coaching athletes in the Valsalva maneuver.

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Similar to “Force Repetitions”, it is important to note that this type of training is more likely to cause muscle soreness and should not be done at every training session.

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Although of high practical value, if applied without proper instruction and warmup, the 1RM test can cause injuries [175].

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The obvious conclusion we can draw from this pattern is that hard training only creates the potential for fitness.

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In contrast, another study assessing elite track and field athletes found a high-volume session of barbell lifting (3 exercises × 4 sets × 5 reps) resulted in significant post-exercise neuro-muscular fatigue (¥12 per cent reduced force).

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But resistance exercise of moderate intensity (50– 70 percent of 1RM) as complementary training is likely to improve the overall performance of any master athlete.

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Indeed, it is agreed that plyometric training principles are beneficial for healthy athletes, although there is much room for subjective judgment in terms of how these drills and exercises should progress.

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In one notable study that appeared in the North American Journal of Psychology in 2007, athletes who mentally practiced a hip-flexor exercise had strength gains that were almost as significant as those in people who actually did the exercise (five times a week for 15 minutes) on a weight machine.

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  • Did you miss speak or do I not see the image right? Did you call the Biceps Femoris the Vastus Lateralis? I’m loving your content.

  • I don’t go heavy on flat bench, I’ll do 135lb warm up sets with a pause at each rep. I use this to warm up for dumbbells sets. May not be right to everyone but I do what works best for me.

  • I understand now…in a workout some people push themselves, some others hurt themselves, another ones build themselves and the wise ones protect themselves for the future….SUBSCRIBED!

  • So 100 bucks for that goofy jack? I pull 700+ and don’t trust that little thing. Pro tip, you can roll the inner plate onto the edge of a 2.5 boom free jack for no cost. It’s a lot easier to roll 700 up onto a 2.5 than it is to pull a lever back that’s held down by the bar weight. Cute idea, but for sure meant for silly crossfitters.

  • if your using bumper plates the deadwedge is useless. here is why.

    1.stand on the inside of the bar, and put your ring fingers somewhere between 8:00 and 4:00 or 7:00 and 5:00 on the plate

    2. put your index finger on the plate with about the same pressure as your ring finger,
    3. lift the plate just enough so its not on the ground(like a barely the thickness of the coin)
    4. rip the bitch back into place as hard as possible
    5. say “wana see a magic trick?” to anyone nearby in the gym for bonus points

    if you did it right the plate will make a clap louder than God himself slapping yo ass.

  • Bench like a powerlifter and you’ll build a strong chest. It isn’t full ROM but you don’t need to in order to
    build strength. But your shoulders will thank you.

    For added safety, and to build explosiveness, do board presses.

  • those deadlift jacks you showed looks fantastic and damn even worth buying two of those and not having a giant one taking up so much space!

  • I hate bench press, it’s not a good exercise for flexibility.  I do overhead press and dips instead-full body engaged instead of laying on a bench, no shoulder pain and my chest gets a much better workout especially from doing dips.

  • So I’m just starting out at the gym, and I’m really glad I only do two of these.

    I have noticed some odd pains while doing the barbell shrugs and Upright rows, which I figured meant I was doing them wrong. I saw one of your videos from 2015 on how to start out with strong man training and implemented some of that today. I haven’t sweat like that in a long time. You’ve got yourself a new subscriber chief. Keep up the good work.

  • At the start, do you mean a compound movement? Compound movements are an Olympic sport. You are trying to monetise people’s fear of injury. What would be more convincing is if you knew simple terminology. You say about healthy living I haven’t seen a single cooking video of yours. Also when you shadow box at outro of the video you are punching with power then trying to control the power. You should be relaxed and using your power to control your movement. Not catching the force with your shoulders, that’s how you lose power. Why don’t you just do a whole lifestyle month, where you vlog and prove you should be giving advice?

  • My personal alternatives would be:
    1. Incline dumbbell bench press you can do single arm as well as both arms. For total body activation end with a Turkish getup action from the bench by trying to stand and sit down again. The weights stay overhead while you do this.
    2. Plyometric Bulgarian split squats no weight if too difficult. (Whenever possible make an exercise plyometric for added challenge. Such as press ups, pull-ups dips, squats, barbell curls.
    3. sprinting at short intervals 10 repetitions.

  • Bench press is overrated, even for strength gains. Some of the strongest men in the world don’t even train bench yet they can hit 500+ lbs on it.

  • Yes! Outstanding job telling novice lifters to not use an excellent exercise for progressive overload of the chest! Keep up the “great” tips!

  • his own advice doesn’t seem to have helped him make much progress in the gains department. what a joke this guy is creating his own bs exercise program because crossfit and trx has already been done! many people don’t experience these injuries from bench pressing and you could say the same thing about any exercise or sport. ya if you only do bench press and don’t train the back muscles for support there will be an imbalance that may cause injuries but this guy is taking pure crap!

  • Nice. You know the names of the muscle groups…… But not much about the bench press its self…. It’s a massive compound movement that works all those mentioned muscled to the ass cheeks. That’s why you keep you ass on the bench and feet flat on the ground. It’s not an isolation exercise.

    Does this guy have any sort of actual credentials or did he just study the names of muscle groups? Looking at his subs, there are some pretty unfortunate people who will buy into this how to stay weak shit.

  • U can do like Klokov when changing weights: put a plate on the ground, roll the weights on the bar over the whole plate on the ground leaving only the tip

  • I think there’s a time and place for these exercises but to truly be strong you have to lift some sort of weight, and spend time under it

  • For someone who is limited in terms of time, bench press is the most efficient lift to hit the maximum number of upper body muscle groups in the least amount of time. Is it overrated? Maybe. Should you stop doing it? No.

  • It was good enough for Arnold….and if one would do 21’s one must do cube sets to maximize the strength curve of the curl exercise

  • Hi, i do push ups by squeezing a physio ball instead of hands on ground. This is what got my chest grow the most, the fastest. Maybe the isometric+grip+ squeezing(like squeezing plates)+pushing. You can put weight in a backpack to increase the load, but you probably wont need it the first time you try. You’ll probably keep falling on each side. (squeeze in the middle or a bit lower, start higher if you can’t. So you can get used to it. Do i have to mention, feet together).

  • Probably a useful movement for general functionality, but what about the most important principle; overload?
    This movement will in no way overload the pec muscles, since it’s rather the core muscles here that are the limiting factor (going heavier would cause you to break form instead of fatigueing the pectoralis).
    I also don’t like the ”contract your TVA before doing this movement”-talk. You claim to gear your exercises towards functionality, but why on earth would we teach ourselves to consciously/cognitively contract a muscle that, in functional movements (e.g. running, walking, lifting, turning, etc. complex motor skills) fires reflexively/on a spinal level. This totally misses another important principle; specificity

  • Great video Scott!! But for the rope glute pull throughs, I actually love doing this exercise! Im a guy, but I also do barbell hip thrusts and this exercise because I feel so much contraction and it allows me to have a higher mindmuscle connection with my glutes and hams. Althought I don’t squat it, I use it kind of like a straight bar deadlift with a slight bend in my knees to prevent hyperextension and I use high reps towards the 20 rep range for 3 sets. I think oof you match them with a barbell hip thrusts it turns into a kill lower posterior workout!

  • I love bench, all my chest growth came from heavy flats. But I dig what he is saying, my gym partner hates them, uses dumbbells and gets good growth. It probably depends of the person.

  • Scapular retraction disengages the pecs and overloads the shoulder? Have you ever done a proper bench press? The first thing you do is retract the scapula in the setup to maximally engage the pecs at the bottom. This has rid me of all shoulder pain 2 years after using this technique. Reaching proper depth is not the problem. Short repping your sets, lowering the bar above the nipple line, and not touching the chest kills the shoulder and the AC joint.

  • I always hate when we people ask me how much do you bench. I always answer one of these two options “Who gives a shit” or “Don’t know. Never tried”.

  • Bench press… been saying that for years.. im a personal trainer for twelve year now. Agree with you all the way. Love your videos bro!!

  • I used to use the curl bar for CGBP in the squat rack. One day I missed the j hooks and the baabell cracked me on the bridge of the nose. Still have the scar.��

  • @scotthermanfitness do you suffer wrist pains wether you do or don’t you might want to start pointing your punching knuckles towards the ceiling rather than infront or behind you! Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by shit form an bent backwards wrists.

  • You lost your credibility when you said barbell bench press is overrated and somewhat useless to gaining muscles. Then sissy squat a good exercise for the quads? That’s very questionable.

  • Thankyou so much for going over the back extension. I was a trainer for 18 years and always taught my clients that way.. that’s one of the most mis-performed exercises in all gyms no matter where u go ��������

  • I’m a bit disappointed in ya man. Multiple studies have shown that the barbell bench press recruits more pec muscles and results in greater hypertrophy than dumbbell bench press, even with volume controlled. Jeff Nippard has a video summarizing these studies. And cardio sessions are not just about burning calories, some of us compete in combat sports and cardio is our bread and butter in the ring.

  • Training smart will always trump what’s “popular” and I think that is the main reason why so many people use exercises that just don’t make sense with their goals.

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  • Old bodybuilders who had god physiques such as Arnold,Ferigno,Dorian Yates,Columbu and Ronnie used to lift heavy on bench,squat and deadlift. As they believed those exercises were the only to build a strong aesthetic and athletic physique

  • You are right about the dead wedge I was taught by my dad to roll the loaded barbell onto an unused plate to add or remove plates as an adolescent six months ago my 52-year-old self saw and purchased a dead wedge used it once, or twice now I’m back to the original method which my dad learned as a teenager in Vietnam
    If it ain’t broke…

  • Bench press is not over rated. It’s not the best muscle building exercise but it’s the best to build chest strength. A stronger bench press translates over to other chest exercises.

  • so… if i do the bench press wrong i wont develop my pecs and ill get injured… good to know.

    Also that standing twist would be a great warm up but good luck building a decent chest with it.

  • Most high level bench pressers talk about engaging the whole body from the feet to the bar. The main value of the bench press is the ability to press heavy weights.

  • I dont know what you’re talking about. I’ve never seen a cool Jacob before. Nor have I ever seen a Jacob do anything unique or helpful. Fuck Jacobs.

  • EMG wouldn’t agree with your opinion on flat bb bench and other made up exercises, being on gear doesn’t make you a wizard, that’s the truth, stop lying to ppl. Flat bench, overhead press, bb back sq/bb front sq, deadlift, stanind straight bb curls dips/ pull ups etc., those are some of the basic exercises. If they have mobility/learn proper tehnique/ put some brain into it, everyone should be doing them. Point simple point blank.

  • Sir, I agree with you. Doctors screw me up I walk with a clutch, but I will stop because of people like you. Thank you, but keep in mine many can, not buy that machine. So give us away to do that workout with out.also I had a hip replace the died, but knee did not to be replace, it need more workout. So thanks again.

  • Actually muscles are growing because of the cells which are producing protein and nourishment much frequently while you are doing exercises with additional pressure (more then in everyday life). Haven’t heard a thing about muscle growing after “tearing” and then recovering. Though I heard it in the gym a lot

  • Great tutorial, Naudi. A lot of people don’t appreciate how difficult it is to do a one-shot education video; very unforgiving. Thanks for the info.

  • You can also roll the inner plate onto the end of your lifting belt. I still bought the dead wedge and prefer it. The small plates at my gym are all iron.

  • ok here I go
    I`m 55, almost 56 been training since 81 fit and strong.. until one month ago i had been out on my bike, off road BMXing yes BMX its great no gears when you cant get up a hill get off push but anyway thats a whole different was the evening about 9.30 as always didnt think I had done enough, you know what I mean that thing that tells you that SO I thought hand stand pushups I as always good at them and hadnt done them for ages, straight up into position and I immediately felt bad and collasped I dialled 999 and made a fateful entry in my diary which still gives me shivers

    “my legs have gone”

    diagnosis: vascula stroke.

    fast forward 10 days discarged from hospital feel fine.. but this is the longest I have not trained about 2 months
    this is the extreme version plus consenquences of `bad exercises, thank you Ryan`

  • Thanks Scott now i stop doing both the bench press and leg extensions. Made a switch to couch sleeping exercise and extend my sleeping hours. My wish to look like Thor finally came true.

  • The dumbbell press moves your arms horizontally in the same direction of your chest muscle fibres. I think this is he biggest advantage.

  • Those very close grips can cause a Dequervain injury, you won’t be able to lift weights at least two months if you get that.
    I got that injury from doing work, and it was hell to not train

  • You should do a review on Beaverfit or connex box gyms! They’re popular with the military but I had no idea they were used commercially too

  • While I agree with wanting to ditch all of the 7 exercises, some of the replacements seem to not accomplish the intended purpose of the discarded lift. For example, replacing leg curls with sled drags will sacrifice about 90% range of motion, and farmers carries are effectively 0% range of motion relative to barbell or dumbbell shrugs. While I like those lifts, I’m not really convinced that those are adequate replacements for the original one.

  • What is this video for? Just aesthetics???

    Because for building athletic pushing strength the barbell bench press is the way to go along with military press.

    Come on. Train like an athlete not some body building loser.

  • I agree man. Every time I do flat bench.. I get basically nowhere with my chest. I get much much better muscle contraction and results ever since I switched to a seated chest press. I don’t look cool doing it but fuck it. That’s not what it’s about. I need results.

  • Saying that the bench press is overrated because people fuck it up is like saying cars are overrated because people suck at driving. While I agree that no single exercise is necessary for muscle growth, at least critique the exercise on its own merits. If someone enjoys the flat bench press and knows how to have good form, there’s no reason for them to switch to another variation.

  • deadlifts. i have no idea why, but they make my nose bleed every, single, time. no other exercise makes my nose bleed and i dont usually get them, unless im deadlifting

  • What hurts in the shoulder is the rotatorcuff trying to keep the ball in the socket. It has probably become damaged on som other exercise because of impingement but you feel it in the PB because of the massive wheigts

  • Whats so terribly Bad about number 1. So just because its origin lays in shoulder training, it should not be done for biceps? Also you said that a Pump doesnt help With muscle growth while this is simply wrong. A pump is directly linked to musclegrowth because it flushes blood and nutrients into the muscle which helps to supercompensate the damage. I dont even do this excersise but theres no need to say that people who do it are idiots

  • At 400 pounds and finally have time to work out at my own pace. And everything is so fucking expensive rn. The 810xlt went from 250 to 500. Ridiculous.

  • What? Barbell will get you strong chest, thats how people do more than 600 lbs, it was bench, the strech from dumbells is for size. The sissy squat damages uour tendons by releasing the tension from the quads.

  • This is exactly the same shit Jeff Cavalier from Athlean X says. One shortcoming of the dumbbell press, despite being a unilateral movement, is that it does not incorporate the rest of your kinetic chain, i.e. the legs, the hips, and the core due to the fact that you’re lying down. By using a cable machine, not only do you have the unilateral, free ROM but also have a connection a kinetic chain from your feet all the way to your arm. It really mimics the movement made in various sports and daily tasks. With that being said, I have solid respects for this man now.

  • What is this shit? You PERSONALLY told me to BB bench press and that it’s the staple for building a chest, and steered me away from other exercises

  • 1.) More instability is NOT always a good thing. That type of advice is dangerous and can definitely cause serious injury.
    2.) if your quads don’t grow, it’s because you aren’t squatting
    3.) Liss has been shown to be an effective form of fat loss. All the HIIT hype is unfounded

  • 100% wish someone would have shown me this on bench press years ago! I’ve had 2 pec tears, and I didn’t surgically repair the last one. While benching, my pec hurts even on 135 warmups. A few months ago I came across an article about bench press not being necessary at all… so I stopped doing them and started focusing on incline instead. 3 months later, I’m almost able to incline what I was flat benching and no pain at all! Definitely stop doing bench presses. Just not worth the risk of injury.

  • You idiots, almost all the muscles in your body is working you if bench press with the correct form. You dont even do the exercise so dont pretend that you know about it. Bench press is…not a isolation exercise, its a compound movement.

  • Im currently doing baahbell benchpress because i have slight nerve damage in my left arm and i need the stabilization until my left arm fully heals. But yeah dumbells are better i agree u feel it more

  • Coop: “Dead Wedges are useless, just use a change plate.”

    Also Coop: “The genesis jack is a great piece of equipment and only costs 3x as much as a Dead Wedge!”

  • I wonder in my bridges r worthwhile. I lie back to floor, one foot on a bench, cross ankle over knee of leg /foot on the bench..using 45 pound plate I lift my butt and hold for a few seconds then dwn. Tap the floor then back up.. My shoulders r bad so I can’t place any wt directly across shoulders.

  • This guy is a moron. Half of his sentences are incoherent or grammatically incorrect, almost always scientifically inaccurate. He has such a hard on for outdated Structuralism without offering any evidence for his ideas. its embarrassing. He is desperate to use multisyllabic words to try create the illusion of complexity yet no expert in the field of MSK would agree with more that half or what he is spouts. Seriously fuck this guy and his bullshit.

  • Good advice on the trap bar but sadly at this moment everyone in thar Army is trying to purchase one cause the 1st event in the Army’s new ACFT is a deadlift using Trap bar.

  • Mindless variations of big exercises. Chest workouts be like flat bench dB bench incline bench dumbbell incline bench cable incline bench

  • I must say. Mercy 30’s is an amazing exercise. I did it for 4 sets at the end of my workout. I couldn’t extend my arm for 2 days. I was SO sore. Sick exercise man keep it up.

  • You were absolutely right about the first 4 but the last one (not so sure) cuz we use tri kickback cuz it allow you to place the max load at peak contraction (simple physics ” the gravity vector parallel with the dumbbell and perpendicular to the tricep) and what the cable does is the complete opposite. if you need max load at max stretch you can do skullcrushers or…. since you can overload more. Anyway that was my opinion with complete respect to yours.

    thank you, great content.

  • This type of movement (minus resistance) has been done in Karate for years (basically reverse punches in front stance stepping forward and also done backwards).

  • I’ve heard from other experienced lifters and bodybuilders that they don’t flat bench press, but still have big muscles. I’ve noticed that doing flat bench with heavy weight started to hurt shoulder, switched to cables and dumbbells and can lift heavier and have better definition and no shoulder pain

  • Getting out of ego lifting and focusing on the contraction will result in more growth is so true. I was ego lifting and had a hernia scare. Dropped the weight and feel much stronger and better.

  • A lot of the equipment you review is breath taking. That T bell you reviewed is great and I actually had a design for that but for compound equipment.

  • Saying a flat bench is a bad exercise just because some people don’t know proper technique is foolish and bad advice. How about just teaching better form on your channel? Yeah, I’ll be “that guy” in your comments. The flat bench has been responsible for building strong upper bodies for decades upon decades. Using the old “ego lifter” catchphrase, to shame your viewers who disagree is just a cheap tactic to get fewer voices of dissent.

  • Hi, Can you tell me what brand of flooring is the Black with White fleck? Looking for some top quality flooring, not stall mats. Thank you!

  • A blackjack symbol? Jesus man… It’s a club. You know, like the brand “oak club ♧”?

    Here’s an idea, do more than 5 seconds of research on the products and companies you’re presenting. Smfh ��‍♂️

  • Morbidly obese people can’t do intense workouts. They’ll get injured and won’t be able to workout anymore.

    Starting with low intensity training with light dumbbells and increasing intensity over time to avoid injury in the best way to do it for those fat fucks.

  • I’ve just recently been going to the gym for 2 weeks and I actually do the DB Tricep Kickbacks, but now I think I’ll do the cables.

  • I usually do the leg extension as a finisher. The feeling is not the same with any other variations you mention here (ang oh god I hate the sissy squat actually ��)

  • Just being honest this fellow has a small chest. His chest is not proportionate to his shoulders and arms. Figured I would point out the obvious at the right time.

  • WOW!! what a great exercise!!! i can’t wait to go to the gym and do THIS instead of bench presses!!!! everyone will think i’m so cool, especially when i do the swinging chest fly one!!! i actually like to do this with a jump or a skipping motion, then i hop up on my tip-toes and twinkle toe back to the starting position!!! it’s the coolest thing ever!!!

  • He’s assuming that you’ll have bad form and therefore, you should not do the barbell bench press. Shouldn’t that motivate us to do it even more then, and improve our form. You can flare out your elbows and recruit more pec muscles, or you can keep your elbows close and recruit more more deltoids. This is according to Strength Training Anatomy by Delavier.

  • You don’t even have to tell us to subscribe/like so frequently��
    This is my first time here and I subbed immediately after you used actual science to back up your explanations. This is quality content. People will recognize that��

  • Found you a little ways back started following a herniated my back a few years ago L4, L5. Two different docs told me I needed surgery bullshit I dropped 70 pounds with food intake only no exercise. Should I add threw in 120 mm of water a day as well. Ya ya Big deal I know. Still no surgery it’s still there though need to exercise need to build need a strong core you asked what would you like to see next continue with building a strong core… thanks

  • What about doing bench press for push strength but also doing FP training for connecting the muscles and producing even more force?

    PS: Can you do a video for FP training for american football linemen? Im going to be trained by an FP trainer from tomorrow on but he doesn’t know the game well, so he doesn’t know the motions of the game etc. so it’s difficult for him to design trainings for me

    PS 2: Do you know any successful football teams that are doing some kind of Fp training so I can contact them and ask them to give me their training programs?

  • The only one I disagree with is Hip Thrusters but I will say it’s butchered by a lot of people. I do heavy loads with the Barbell and it’s great and translates. Most people either go to light or bad form.

  • I understand that this is a bodybuilding channel, but for powerlifting training, strongman training or any other kind of strength training, the barbell bench press is still a great exercise.

  • Agreed brother, extremely overrated…taking out the body’s stabilizers is never a good idea. We don’t incorporate the bench press at all. Instead, we utilize pushing & pulling exercises in standing or prone position!