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Trainers Reveal the 5 Worst Fitness Habits 1. RUSHING TO THE GYM. Maybe you’ve got a packed schedule and you’re just able to swerve into the parking lot 2 minutes 2. SETTING UNREALISTIC GOALS. You sign up for next month’s Tough Mudder or a Spartan race, even though you haven’t been 3. SKIMPING. Trainers Reveal the Most Useless Gym Habits and Practices the worst thing you can do is do it over and over.” Keeping your body guessing by changing up your routine and challenging.

According to Eric Bowling, a NASM-certified personal trainer from Ultimate Performance Los Angeles, there is a common misconception that only heavy weight builds muscle and light weights burn more fat. “The key to building muscle and strength is that you need to push your muscles to failure,” Bowling says, which can be done with light weights, but the more weight you lift (the more demand. Trainers Reveal the Most Useless Gym Habits and Practices Are You Wasting Your Time & Effort in the Gym? Print We spoke to trainers to see what the most common fitness mistakes are – and frankly, their answers may surprise you. the worst thing you can do is do it over and over.”.

With a Holiday Season beginning and a New Year starting soon, take time to examine some of your worst fitness habits, and get on a path for success! Overtraining. Most fitness enthusiasts have been guilty at one time or another of overtraining.

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Celebrities and their personal trainers reveal their healthy habits for fitness, diet and weight loss to help you live a healthier life. From Jillian Michael’s 80/20 rule to Kristin Bell’s trick to eating leafy greens, get inspired by these small do-able tips that will change your life and last forever. Read more here. Personal Trainers Reveal Their Top Daily Habits. Fitness, Wellness / December 2, 2018 by Juliana / Leave a Comment If you have any certain questions about the daily habits of these trainers, feel free to contact me and I’ll get your answers or put you in contact with the person who has them!

Unhealthy Habits: The 5 Worst Things You Can Do for Your Body We all have unhealthy habits, but some are much worse than others. In this post, we reveal the worst.

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It seems critical to me that this genre of personal trainers be addressed for the good of the discipline of exercise and the folks that participate and put themselves in the hands of these professionals.

“15 Minutes to Fitness: Dr. Ben's SMaRT Plan for Diet and Total Health” by Charles Barkley, Vincent Ben Bocchicchio
from 15 Minutes to Fitness: Dr. Ben’s SMaRT Plan for Diet and Total Health
by Charles Barkley, Vincent Ben Bocchicchio
SelectBooks, Incorporated, 2017

Thoday’s fitness does not correspond to any of my list of five.

“The Extended Phenotype: The Long Reach of the Gene” by Richard Dawkins
from The Extended Phenotype: The Long Reach of the Gene
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4 Make a list of personal qualities a fitness instructor should possess to be successful.

“The Essential Guide to Fitness” by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
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To exhibit the best and worst wearable fitness tracker from the five that are covered in this study, evidence in the form of pros and cons is as aforementioned.

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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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by Joe Friel
VeloPress, 2015

Again, the list was long: “I must exercise every day for at least half an hour.

“Awaken The Giant Within” by Tony Robbins
from Awaken The Giant Within
by Tony Robbins
Simon & Schuster UK, 2012

While these are actually quite good ways to define fitness, they don’t tell us anything about the mechanisms responsible for it—which may provide clues regarding how to go about improving it.

“The Paleo Diet for Athletes: The Ancient Nutritional Formula for Peak Athletic Performance” by Loren Cordain, Joe Friel
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Solution: Personal trainers should choose a test that is specific to the client’s existing cardiovascular exercise mode(s), daily activities, or both.

“NSCA's Essentials of Personal Training” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
from NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2011

When trying to determine the best mode of aerobic activity for a given member, trainers must be careful not to interject their own personal bias.

“Health Fitness Management” by Mike Bates, Mike Spezzano, Guy Danhoff
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by Mike Bates, Mike Spezzano, Guy Danhoff
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

That is, these articles would teach you “inconvenient truths” like you can’t get muscle definition as fast as you’d like, you can’t target just belly fat for elimination, and you’ll need more than 1250-word tips to build the body of your dreams.

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  • I only do cardio about 1 time a week because I want to be able to ride my snowboard for longer times.
    Otherwise I just stick to weight and bodyweight exercises. Consistency, aiming for daily exercise, sometimes switching to high intensity (“crossfit” but no kipping pullups because I’m not stupid). Trying to incorporate some core and stability in every session, and functional strength (“dumbell swings”, deadlift etc) about twice a week. Results are pretty good.

  • This is perfect, see many months now I’ve finally realised, diet isn’t about getting ripped..It’s all about enjoy what you eat and listen to the body. The reason why because your body has divine intelligence, this also includes the style of training.

  • Thanks for info but I think continue with my personal cleanse…it consists of 2 parts prune juice, 1 part jalapeno pepper juice and four ounces of refried bean dip, two eggs. I also swallow a half cup of unpopped pop corn. This really works as a cleanse and doubles as a very powerful and exciting pre-workout for heavy squats day. Thanks, Max Swolegains.

  • As any person, i want results fast. I have done that in past but it is not sustainable to starve yourself, diet pills, or just over training.

    Slow steady weight loss is the best, since you learn how to eat healthy which is the key. This is a life long journey, so do things that excite you.

  • Instead of going for these 2 products, put your money into a kettlebell, and follow the workouts MindPump puts out. I predict you’ll enjoy it, and it will pay off! A kettlebell is cheap, and these workouts can be done in the privacy of your home, and in as little time as 15 -30 minutes! It’s such a great way to blow off steam after a rough day at work, and MindPump has put together tons of excellent workout routines. Been doing it over 2 years, and it changed my life.

  • Some new version of the waist trainer scam comes around comes around every decade,, like clockwork! Hope you set some folks on the right path

  • 5′ 7″, 170lbs, 15% body fat. I’ve been exercising for 6 years but I just started gyming in December. This channel is so informative.

  • I’m not the best stat guy but I would guys you 6 feet 220pounds.Everytime I look at your videos I wonder if you spend all day at the Gym?
    I wont compare myself to anybody when I was young I wanted to be JCVD. As of now your my idol when it comes to fitness.

  • Starting the journey. At 251lb at 6’1″2 and i’m on week 3 of Athlean-XERO. Wife and I have been changing our lifestyle eating for the last 3 weeks too

  • An honest guy! I can see his determination and how much effort he’s putting in trying to explain and convince people watching this video, good teacher!!

  • Well I am little under 5.7 feet exact 5.8 with foot wears I always thought I was 5.10 because every one in my family is shorter than me so when I first found out the real number I felt bad and was intimidated by tall girls then men
    I can handle men but what can you say when some women are taller than you

    Now when I know that this is me now I can’t be taller but can be in better shape for my body for now I am skinny and have a little more then outline of 10 packs (I am not kidding)
    But I am no fan of abs or showing my body I just want to have a good healthy powerful body
    I am no trainer not a fighter I am just a regular guy who may sit behind a desk for 7 8 hours

  • What an emotional rollercoaster ride…I was so happy at the beginning of video “learning the 5 (new) things”…then Jeff threw them on the ground and rattled-off the same boring/cliche’ “truth” that I already knew & was already doing!! Dammit…I was hoping for some new-age kung-fu. (sic)

  • Ryan:”I wonder why she left me ���������������������� wife”WHY ARE YOU TELLING our son to eat 5 chocolate bars a day and a whole package of salt!!” Ryan:”it’s good for him!!”����������������������Ryan:”no forget it”

  • I did yoyo diet my entire life and it sucks.
    Everytime you gain the weight back its much harder to lose weight again because of the fucked up metabolism from months of extreme diet

    I completely agree with Jeff here
    Now i do weight training and eat as usual but no snacking. My weight goes lower consistently without suffering.

  • Ryan: What have you been eating?
    Me: Fast Food, and candy
    Ryan: Oh god what kind of person are you?
    Me: Calls my uncle Mike
    Uncle Mike: Omae wa mou shindeiru
    Ryan: Nani!?!?

  • I was literally just wondering how tall you were and YouTube knew. I didn’t say it out loud (I’m pretty confident), so that’s a crazy coincidence! And you know how us humans like coincidences! Haha

  • Hey Jeff can u plz tell me how to get perfectly ripped with meal plans I am 14 years old I am struggling I have been doing a lot of exercises and I do have six pack because of your workout videos thanx for the videos but I want to go further I want 8 or 10 but my lowest abs are not showing I have been continuously doing exercises can u plz help me��

  • If you have a physical Job, you don’t even need to Train if you apply these rules.
    Just take two toolboxes instead of one, only use every other Step on stairs and ladders, lift your Grocery instead of letting them hang from your joints etc.
    Use proper Form in everything you do, eat healthy, Drink water, sleep enough.
    The first 28 years of my Life I did that and was lean enough to have abs even though I was skinny as hell.
    Then I startet Training 3-4 times a Week but let myself go with nutrition. I got fat, stopped tranig und got fat, sick and depressed. ONLY after eating good again I recovered.
    My wheight dropped all the way down to skinny with abs again. In about a Year and a half. No training, no dieting no calorie counting.
    98 to 68kg

    Thats 3 years ago. About 2 1/2 Years ago I started Rock Climbing. Now I am 75kg.
    I was lean all the Time. Never did my abs or even serratus disappear. And I did not even focus my bodycomposition or the amount of Food I was eating.

    Jeff exactly nows what he is talking about.

  • I’ve been pretty closely following the ultimate workout series for each of my muscles and its been a week and this is by far the most progress I’ve seen in such a short amount of time

  • “You don’t need to compare yourself to others.” All I needed to hear.

    I will have more muscle, be leaner and stronger in my own pace.

  • Hi Jeff,
    I have some questions for you:
    1) Is is healthy to maintain a bodyfat level of 5.3% year round, year after year?
    2) Is it possible to train for maximum strength while simultaneously maintaining a bodyfat of 5.3%?
    3) Will the body be receiving sufficient carbohydrates and fat for maximum health at 5.3% bodyfat?
    4) Is a bodyfat level of 5.3% a healthy condition to maintain throughout one’s life?
    5) Is it realistic to be able to deadlift 495 pounds for three touch-and-go reps without wrist straps while maintaining a bodyfat level of 5.3%?
    Most sincerely,
    Old Man Muscle

  • Jojo’s ASMR is so much better than your channel.
    You clearly copied Deborah and the worst reviewed idea
    Jojo is actually funny whereas you are not
    You just seem to lack intelligence

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  • Dude thank you so much! I’m so grateful my roommate showed me your channel before I started my training. Week one down out of a six month weight loss plan. My goal is to get from 220 to 170 by December and create a better lifestyle. Ill be back to update how it went at the end of the year. Wish me luck!:)

  • Been a long time since you uploaded at a normal hour for me �� I was asleep every time the previous videos �� But hey, squad’s here now! ��
    Thanks lads! ��

  • so funny, the first five things you were talking about I do the first four. And have been consistent with it for nearly three years now. This skinny hardgainer put on almost 30 lb in a year after age 40. Amazing how intermittent fasting boost your testosterone so high naturally.

  • Are Skyndex calipers as accurate as the Dexa Scan? Also, I’m glad you explained the differences in peoples skeletons. I have a very thin frame so my skeleton must be too small to give me that large look I desire. If I work really hard, I could look like a lean mma fighter.

  • Cardio isn’t just about losing fat/getting ripped. Cardio is also about keeping your heart healthy. Ain’t no point looking good if you drop dead early.

  • I sit at 8% and for wrestling I drop to 6%. Honestly all of these are not difficult to do when they become habitual. At this moment I’m actually working towards being at 6% all year round so I don’t ever have to cut again.

  • 6,05 ft, 207 lbs here. (or 1,81m and 95 kgs)
    I think if I can cut away 5 7 lbs of fat, I’m at a nice 200 lbs (or 90 kgs). So if any o’ youse have cat-cutting muscle-building tips, let me know!

  • fasted cardio is the biggest myth. try starting your car with no petrol in it. try walking across a desert with no water. doing cardio with with a small meal inside can do a better intense cardio.

  • Getting ripped and staying ripped forever is not as complicated as some people make it out to be. In fact, it can be boiled down to just five things. In this video, I’m going to show you the 5 things that every ripped guy does that you can start copying in order to get shredded yourself and stay that way forever. No more bouncing up and down in body fat after watching this.

    To start, it helps to dispel some of the lies and insignificant methods in which people tend to latch onto in a pursuit of lower body fat. These include things like juice fasts and cleanses, no eating after 6 pm at night, drinking apple cider vinegar to burn fat and doing only fasted cardio to name a few. The issue is not that these methods may not have very very small incremental impacts on your fat loss, it is that they are the equivalent of throwing a deck chair off the titanic to save the sinking ship if you are behind the ball on your current weight. It is not going to work enough to be significant.

    Instead, there are 5 tried and true mechanisms that every ripped guy will do that you need to copy if you want to unlock the true secret to long term leanness.

    First is that no ripped guy that stays that way forever is dieting. You might be absolutely puzzled by this since it flies in the face of everything you’ve ever been taught. The truth is however, that nobody that stays ripped is dieting. They long ago purged that word from their vocabulary and instead have replaced it with nutrition. When you eat healthy and enjoy the foods you eat you can stick to that style of eating forever.

    If the methods of eating that you used to get down to the weight and body fat level you are at were based on deprivation and food group elimination then you will likely not be able to sustain that forever meaning that at some point you are going to wind up putting the weight back on. This is not the right way to go about it. You have to make healthy eating a lifestyle and base it around acceptable foods that you love if you want to unlock the key to being ripped forever.

    Next, you must drink a lot of water throughout the day. Staying hydrated will help you to stave off hunger and the confusion of thirst for hunger while at the same time helping you to maintain energy to perform at your best when you train.

    Speaking of training, if given the choice between a cardio workout or weight training the guy that stays ripped forever will always choose the weight training session. This is because they know that the biggest key to leanness is putting on muscle. The more muscle you carry the more insulin sensitive your body becomes and the more positively you react to food with less likelihood of fat storage.

    In addition, when you lift weights it is important to learn how to lift the weights you should rather than always pursuing the weights you can. This is particular true when your only focus is on strength. In these instances, carrying around a little excess body fat actually works to your advantage to create leverage on most compound lifts. When the obsession is with lifting heavier and heavier numbers then you forget to focus on the quality of the tension delivered to the working muscle and this can have a negative impact on the look of the muscle you are training not to mention set you up for an overreaching injury that will keep you out of the gym for a period of time.

    Finally, above all else consistency is required. You must learn how to become consistent with your approach if you want lifetime leanness. It actually isn’t nearly as hard as some would make it out to be since your nutrition is much easier to stay consistent with when you like what you’re eating and your workouts are rewarding.

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  • Wrong! Paleo, high fat low carb, bulletproof coffee, etc………….JUST WRONG…….High Carb Low Fat if you want heart health!

  • Yo Manameisjeff, I love you man, you are like the Optimus Gains (OG) of fitness. Your word is gospel, so for the love of gains, can you please add a sarcastic tone when you’re not being serious, or add a “sarcasm” at the bottom of the screen. I almost added an incorrect statement to the 10 Commandments of Gains by leaving your video early. Sure, it is wrong of me to leave your sermon early, but be kind Manameis… and show mercy to your followers, because I am surely not the only one. Ajeff.

  • TRT is… basically the same exact thing as roid abuse. You start with the so-called “therapeutic dose” and little by little end up loading on this sh*t.

  • I don’t think that veiny body shredded look, looks good at all. Looks pale with veins popping out all over the place & doesn’t look healthy. Yes muscles are pumped & big but he actually looks like he’s depleted of some nutrients. but each to their own.

  • For day five and then when my brother came and they look like you Ryan you’re amazing to me you know what I’m doing wait let me get my medicine ready to make sure I go to Haverhill shower OK now shoe coach Tony’s temperature oh dear no no no

  • I’m 5′ 11″, 175lbs and I look VERRRYYYY different than Jeff ��

    But I’m here and there to get motivation and tips on changing that. Thanks Jeff!

  • I naturally walk around with 6.8% body fat with no effort whatsoever. Doesn’t matter what I eat, even at 36 years of age. I’m a hard gainer tho. 5’8” 137lbs.

  • As a trainer, I always knew these products were bogus instinctively and never recommended it to my clients. Now I know the exact reasons! Excellent speaker and very informative, Danny.

  • Gosh, hasn’t mind pump come a long way, I remember the first few podcasts,it sounded like you recorded in Adam’s bathroom or something, And then the videos were done by Justin, Adam and sal,but now you’re getting other People to do your bidding! Anyway your QUAH is a valuable resource, would you ever consider either doing a few podcasts re visiting your most asked questions or creating some kind of knowledge base archiving the question and answers?

  • No hate at all jeff, just wondering why the pictures with Antonio Brown and some other dude who was measured around 5’10” made you look shorter. Don’t rlly care about the height, just wondering why you looked shorter in the pics.

  • Hmph, I didnt know this vid was made till it popped up in my recommendations, July 8th 2020. Now i would say im pretty lean IG:@zay_goplay and i realised watching this video that i do those things accidentally but different reasons or causes.

    No diet cause thats to much work to maintain.

    Drinking alot of water because… It feels so good and is delicious.

    I always say ill run, but i end up doing pull-ups, L-sits or other calisthenic workouts.

    I guess i lift the weight i can/should lift, i workout with my body weight all the time so i dont lift more then myself, lol.

    And im kinda consistent, i do small workouts every time i take my dog out to piss, when a commercial/ad comes on, or when my game has a loading screen.
    …I guess it makes sense why im lean! ��

  • :ryan cure to your spine
    :ryan again ya there’s someone on my left ya get him ya someone on my right

    Me: laughing my head off ����

  • Jesse measured his height wrong. He’s literally not 5’10 he’s 5’11 and i know people are gonna say ” whats the difference ” but look how he angles his measure to his head it was a little steep

  • 220lbs lmfao.
    If someone said 190 it would be more realistic.
    But personally Jeff looks small. I would have guessed him more than 180

  • That’s why you are one of the best trainer’s in world.. Mann thank you for saving from these fool tips which other gave us to.. ��

  • Since weight loss requires a net negative calories and holding a weight requires a net 0 calories, don’t you have to engage in a deprivation style diet to some degree to get that net negative and then have to stop the deprivation to hold the weight you want?

  • Yeh where are we Bob. A low far plant based diet is the only diet proven to REVERSE heart disease. What a shame you threw in with the paleo crowd.

  • I’m the same exact height 5” 10 1/2. But when I’m looking like Rambo like you now. I weigh like 185. Like you said maybe I’m just a little wider at the clavicle. People also forget the legs. I have strong thick legs. Most men have very very skinny legs. That’s where a lot of the body weight comes into play

  • The first couple minutes of the video I was seriously thinking….is this guy fucking kidding? He’s literally contradicting all of the other advice on his channel. lmao

  • My wife is a registered dietitian & she says exactly the same thing about diets & weight loss. With the help of Jeff & my wife I’m in best shape of my life not nearly where I want to be but I have never felt that good. I hope all of you achieve your goals. But Remember it’s mostly what u do outside of the gym what makes the difference.
    Jeff YOU ARE AWESOME as usual, keep doing the good work:)
    Thank you

  • I’ve got very similar stats with only 3% higher body fat than him. I still look NOTHING like him. But yeh hopefully I’ll get somewhere near

  • Say what you want about his weight training, but he is always talking about getting across a teaching point. He isn’t worried about numbers or trivial things.

  • How come some pro athletes, especially fighters, have awful physiques. Tyson Fury, Nate Diaz, these guys are still super fit, strong, have strict diets, so why do they look like shit?

  • I do one glas of orange juice every morning since a few month. It rediculessly helped me getting fitter in the morning. beeing fresh and agile. I was wondering why so I asked my doctor, he said it’s probably because of all this vitamine C, could be but I always thought it’s because of the Vodca!

  • one cheat meal a year??? didn’t you make a video where you were talking about eating a carrot casually that same day and talking down cheat days???

  • you forgot No4: flirting with your female clients and/or not giving a crap when the client is a male or a senior. I’ve seen it numerous times and it’s just pathetic.

  • The problem with comparing your work ethic to the work ethic of those on steroids is that those on steroids are seeing constant immediate rewards which provide constant motivation.

  • Here are the quarentine asmrists for your sleeping needs cuz I know your here at 2 am
    1:the asmr Ryan
    2:Zach Choi
    3:Jojo’s asmr or whatever his name his I forgot

  • What’s the point of a one cheat meal a year? �� plus I don’t think it’s healthy to be 5 % body fat i might be wrong but i think i read it somewhere

  • I like how he admits to not being able to be bigger or wider. I’m also not really really tall and seeing him say stuff like this makes me feel like I dont have to be like other people I just gotta better myself!