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Essentially calisthenics are exercises performed using just your body weight — which might sound familiar if you’ve done any high-intensity interval training (HIIT) classes. Calisthenics are some of the most challenging, fitness-spurring exercises you can do, says exercise physiologist Scotty Johnson, vice president of B-Fit Training Studio in Miami. Using your own bodyweight as resistanc.

Home » What HIIT and Calisthenics Have in Common. What HIIT and Calisthenics Have in Common. by K. Aleisha Fetters September 22, 2016. by K. Aleisha Fetters September 22, 2016. When we hear the word “calisthenics,” something between leg warmers and warmup routines comes to mind.

But that would be wrong. When we hear the word “calisthenics,” something between leg warmers and warmup routines comes to mind. But that would be wrong. Essentially calisthenics are exercises performed using just your body weight — which might sound familiar if you’ve done any high-intensity interval training (HIIT) classes. Calisthenics are s.

Calisthenics is a form of exercise where you perform compound sets of movement without the use of weights or equipment. In other words, bodyweight training. High Intensity Interval Training on the other hand is a training method where you perform a series of exercises in a circuit (either a fixed amount of time or number of reps for each exercise) with restricted resting time in. When we hear the word “calisthenics,” something between leg warmers and warmup routines comes to mind.

But that would be wrong. Essentially calisthenics are exercises performed using just your body weight — which might sound familiar if you’ve done any high-intensity interval training (HIIT) classes. Calisthenics are s.

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is not just for the young and healthy. Researchers have found that HIIT can improve health and fitness for just about everyone and has even bigger benefits for older adults. The concept of “HIIT” is pretty simple. You can do anything for 30 seconds or even a couple of minutes. Trampoline workouts, cardio workouts, body building, bootcamps and calysthenics, all had their version of HIIT workouts.

To this day, HIIT is a common routine for people with limited time, resources and equipment. The essential framework of high-intensity interval training is always the same: Brief, all-out work periods, separated by rest periods that you wish were just a little longer. The work-to-rest ratio can vary from 1:1 (for example, 30 seconds on, 30 seconds off) to 1:4 or more, and. HIIT Sessions: Here are sample HIIT sessions for beginner (less than 3 months of consistent fitness training), intermediate (6 months of fitness training), and advanced exercisers (>6 months of fitness training).

Beginner HIIT Session: 1-to-3 Ratio. The total duration of this workout is 24 to 31 minutes, including the warm up and cool down. Photo by Nicole De Khors from Burst By: Jess Appel, ACSM Certified Master Level Personal Trainer, CrossFit Level 1 Trainer HIIT workouts are all the rage and have been gaining popularity for a number of years.

All the way back in 2014, HIIT workouts made the American College of Sports Medicine’s list of fitness trends.. This highly efficient training modality continues to hold steady for top.

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Some examples of combined physical movements are the bouts of physical activity or exercise that involve high intensity interval training (HIIT), which requires working at a higher intensity for a few seconds or minutes followed by working at lower (recovery) intensities for the same amount of time.

“Foundations of Physical Activity and Public Health” by Harold Kohl III, Tinker Murray, Deborah Salvo
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by Harold Kohl III, Tinker Murray, Deborah Salvo
Human Kinetics, 2019

The difference is that while HIIT usually involves strictly cardio exercises such as running, biking, or skipping, Tabata training uses some form of

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One is high-intensity interval training (HIIT), which involves submaximal efforts eliciting at least 80% of HRmax.

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Concurrent training with different aerobic exercises.

“Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications” by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
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5 Anaerobic training such as sprint intensity training (SIT) or high-intensity interval training (HIIT) builds and maintains muscle mass, speed, stimulating hormone production, and a healthy metabolism.

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The varied results likely reflect the differences in exercise protocols (intensity and duration of intervals), modality of exercise (cycling vs. whole-body calisthenics) used within this training form, as well as the time of day in which the exercises were performed.

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HIIT comes in many forms, including interval sprint running, interval cycling, and interval swimming.

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Intermittent high-intensity exercise (e.g., football, soccer, basketball, etc.) primarily uses phosphagen stores for short sprints, anaerobic glycolysis of muscle glycogen for longer sprints, and aerobic metabolism of carbohydrate and fat for recovery and low-intensity running/jogging.

“Essentials of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Science to Practice” by Richard B. Kreider PhD FACSM FISSN FNAK
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Strength training and aerobic exercise: comparison and contrast.

“Human Physiology in Extreme Environments” by Hanns-Christian Gunga
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by Hanns-Christian Gunga
Elsevier Science, 2014

For instance, resistance training is a form of HIIT.

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  • Can I plz ask how you programme this? So would this count as a cardio session because its HIIT or would you do 3 x these type sessions and then another 2 days more endurance cardio? Also then where would you add in the more slower skill based work like handstands etc? As you can see I’m struggling how to programme now since doing Calisthenics so any advice would be much appreciated, thank you:)

  • When you pack your shoulders down, should it be posteriorly like you are squeezing your shoulder blades together and down or anterior where they are more relaxed and forward?

  • what do you recommend for sport beginners and unfit people about the movements, sets, time of exercise etc? obviously you have a high level it’s great but, if your video serves the beginners it’s as much great, so… tell us please \o/

  • Awesome video! Just what I needed! Do you suggest doing this as a warm up and then go into basic strength training with pull ups push up ect for muscle building? If so how much rest time do you suggest? Thank you!

  • Excellent video layout routine very inspiring! Do you indulge in Keto, Paleo or similar type dietary parameters? Love to hear your macro tendencies during the fat burning H.I.I.T. Thanks! You guys look great

  • Jeff my issue is not shoulder pain but a shoulder dislocation. I need to know shoulder workouts that will make my left shoulder less likely to dislocate.

  • Hello Jeff,
    This is Vinoth from India. I had my AC joint separation a month ago. I’m in total rest since my injury. I can see a bump on my shoulder. I don’t bothering about the deformation but I don’t want to stop doing workouts because of this injury. How can I fix this injury to continue my pull up and dips…? Please let me know… My number is +91-9003168575

  • Thanks Austin for your dedication to beginners. That motivates us more than simply telling us how to do it. Keep pushing beginners.

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  • I like the track around 7:36 plank side leg…Can someone inform me on the name of the track? I need this one to blast my car when driving 😉

  • I am just suggesting you sir, there are not many people who can do this kind of Russian twist, please also tell them to do the lighter version otherwise they will ruin their back muscles ✌️✌️

  • I just dislocated my shoulder, did you, jeff, have to get a surgery? Because you seem to be able to workout just fine, and have full range of motion

  • It’s been 9 weeks and I almost have this guys physique (chest isn’t as defined) 200lbs down to 155lbs
    I do this about 3-4 times a week and he’s right on about eating on your days off. I usually eat whatever I want on HIIT days because if you so it right your body will burn through whatever you put in your stomach like a furnace. On off days I stick to chicken and fruit / granola.

    Thanks Chris your workouts are crazy if you don’t cheat yourself.

  • I fell playing football and separated my shoulder slightly. The chiropractor put it back in place but is there any recovery that I can be doing? My pain is coming from the top of the shoulder where it meets the clavicle.

  • At the beginning I was able to do only 2 rounds and at the end of my first week I can already do 5 rounds��,I feel proud of myself��

  • Bro, i’m trying to listen to what he saying, stop focusing the camera on his chest, I feel like a creep or like I’m watching a gay porno, stop it xd

  • can someone tell me please how many calories you burn in total through this workout (average: 1.87 meters tall, 189 lbs) I mean so roughly

  • Is it ok to work every single day with only one rest day in the week?
    I need a workout plan and I was going for
    Day 1: Legs
    Day 2: HIIT
    Day 3: Abs and back
    Day 4: HIIT
    Day 5: Chest and arms
    Day 6: HIIT
    Day 7: rest
    Any tips?

  • In order to gain more muscle, there are only two things to consider: training and a good diet. Thankfully, we have NextLevelDiet that provides both training and diet plan. Try not to visit their website. Trust me, you can’t.

  • Yo Chris! Nice workout, the only problem is i’m already shredded, but i want to gain more weight. Can u make a video and explain how to gain more weight and transform that weight into muscle?

  • I’d switch out those awkward rows he was doing. Form was terrible, I would call that exercise a facepull jerk. And you just sitting there watching him smh.

  • Injured my right shoulder a couple years back doing this. Healed up, rehabbed, took forever. Got back on the pull up bar and now my left shoulder is starting to act up. I have been dead hanging after almost every pull up. Gonna back off for a couple weeks (hope the damage isn’t too bad) then hit it again, this time with proper form. Thanks Jeff.

  • Very good encouragement! I do think that you could be a little more strict with his negative dips for safety: NO shrugging, and have him bail out when his upper arms hit 90 degrees to protect the shoulders. Overall a really good video.

  • Hi Jeff, I have pec tear, and we have no doctors with special skills to fix it (I live in Greenland). I want to know, since I have bought Athlean Zero (which has a lot of different push ups) alternatives for push ups, without jeopardizing my injury.

  • If he combines Austin Dunham workouts with BJJ and or Muay Thai workouts he will get shredded twice as fast. Calisthenics and martial arts go hand in hand. Austin makes great workouts. Many other guys either have you doing to much or are not too instructive in how to progress. I think Austin’s workouts are a perfect mix for everyone.

  • I had a shoulder surgury in which a wire i think is placed to hold the shoulder instead of the joints or to aid the joints idk, anyway i came back to the gym after 3 months from the surgury and started adding weights gradually till i found it that my injured shoulder is weaker than the other by at least 30%. so what should i do??????

  • Did this workout for the first time did 2 sets and in dead but its really a good workout but is 2 sets suffisant or not, to have 6 packs?

  • Michael looks beasty already maybe it’s just his nutrition if you see this mike grow your hair back and constantly tell yourself you are your goal good luck brother discipline prevails

  • Austin, is there anyway for me to email the AD Workout support team? I am having technical difficulties with my login (as in the email I used to purchase is non existent anymore). I can provide proof of purchase if necessary

  • There is a documentary of a model who is also a personal trainer getting fat and than trying to lose that weight I recommend it to anyone, he did it because he wanted to know what it was like to be over weight and trying to lose weight and experienced cave ins it really shows you a lot

  • I have a question, im a cross country and track and field long distance runner, and recently ive been wanting to get into calisthenics. I can do one arm pushup, and a lot of core stuff but can only do 1 pull up. I recently have been going to the gym and im running 3 days a week and lifting legs, chest, and arms 3 days a week. Do you think this running and lifting routine will help me achieve strength for calisthenics?

  • Great vid bro really appreciate it!!! Always good to see some basics! Especially liked seeing you workout with someone on the journey to becoming fit!

  • @austindunham What would you say about running every morning for 2 miles and right after, doing a calesthenics workout? I do this to burn body fat and want to know your opinion.

  • When chris advices to go slow but don’t stop, i got heart attack wondering this is just first round what will happen to me after 4th round:P

  • I always wondered why people are getting fat, because I’m eating anyting my body tells me to eat eat (even fast food from time to time) without measuring things like calories, and yet my body looks fit and healthy and I look 10 years younger. In fact in the hospital when doctors run a couple of tests on me they were amazed and I was told my results were perfect. When I have started calisthenics all what I have noticed was increased hunger after the workouts but that’s it. If I would have to measure calories I thing I would go crazy:P. BTW. This girl was cheating during pushups but I have to addmit she looks fine anyway,.and.she probably never hear compliments from men ;).

  • You know what’s crazy? I remember back in the day when you were a slim kid, posting your videos on the misc. I watched one of your first ones, and I knew even back then you would get huge on YouTube. Well done dude, you’re an inspiration.

  • I love the double dip bars. They feel very sturdy. Is there any way I could buy only the 4 bottom pieces so I won’t have to switch things around to go from paralleletts to dip bars?

  • Summary:
    Torn labrum: If you get pain AFTER finishing pullups, it could be torn labrum.
    Shoulder impingement: If you get pain while doing more and more reps, could be impingement.
    Correct way to hang from bar: Dont do 3:10. If you can turn head and hit chin into chest or shoulder, you arent packing shoulders properly for stability. To fix this, keep elbows straight and raise head up like 3:46
    Another variation: you can also do chin ups instead of pullups for more stability.

  • Yo Austin I got ulnar nerve subluxation so I am not able to do any exercises which include lifting weights, also I cannot do any exercises in which the elbow is involved, can you please make a video regarding this topic ��

  • I injure ma back and shoulder blade before because of my stupid ass didn’t think properly before lifting a frozen pig which weight around 150 lbs. guys if you are weight lifter or person who working out alway get the right technique because once you get injure it’s reoccurring and will hamper your progress. I really regret I injure myself. Hope you all success in ur work out and ur goal

  • 1:33 oooo look at those calves Austin Im trying to get my inner calve muscle to extend further then my inner knee then they look big

  • I have a subacromial impingement,I can’t do pull-ups it makes it worse,I workout my back with dumbbell rows mostly.i don’t know if I do pull ups with supinated arms maybe it will be much better and finally do pull ups pain free

  • Damn I love the shirt, had a shirt like this when I was younger https://www.explainxkcd.com/wiki/images/7/74/science.jpg same deal, different application.

  • here man thanks for the advice, may of this year i woke up with back pain and found out to be a herniated disc, cannot squat anymore when i was doing it 3 times per week, nothing about what i was doing was incorrect, so dissapointed as i always wanted to compete, now i really focus on benching and ohp, and whilst doing that i forgot to exercise my rotator cuffs and i now have an impingement, i just really dont want anymore injuries. (herniated disc is fine, i can still train heavy just not with squats).

  • Chris: alright guys we’re almost done. Me: Phew that was a great workout Chris:alright guys so that was round one Me: goes to watch Mr Beast

  • what should we do if we are dealing with labrum tear, I mean it is a tear will it heal by itself or should we go and visit physical therapist

  • I have a left shoulder impingement for many months already been to pt, did not help much. Can’t do a dead hang without feeling weaknesses and pain. Any solutions?

  • Hahaha I literally am dealing with a torn labrum right now from chucking a baseball at a carnival game to see if I “still had it”. Like you winning the bet, I DID set the high MPH mark for that day on that particular Jersey Shore boardwalk, but it still hurts months later, even with PT. Not worth it. Audibly chuckled (not at you, but relating to the pain) when you said how you tore yours and called yourself an idiot. Great video!

  • I was doing push-ups almost 3 years ago and my shoulder still aches and pops when I lift it out to the side, I’ve been to several drs they keep giving me x-rays and of coarse it doesn’t show, they won’t give me an MRI, they want to milk my insurance with bull crap physical therapy that doesn’t work, something is wrong, you discribed it to a T, it made a loud pop and hurt badly when it first happened

  • Thanks budy, i have same problem when i do dumbbbell exercise i dont feel pressure on my deltoid medial. I feel feel pressure on real deltoid..also i feel the right shoulder a little down or back. Please suggest some exercise to make deltoid medial strong..

  • Before i was able to do 10-15 pull-ups at once but now after weight lifting for like 3-4 days I’m not able to even one pull up. I’m just able to pull my self up using only my right hand not the left one, I am not able to pull with the left hand. Can anyone help me with this?

  • Am missing my left humeral-head on my left shoulder from and unknown cause. I need a shoulder replacement but I still lift weights. What do you recommend in the gym?

  • Thank you very much Jeff I think sholder is one of the most common parts to get injured, I hope you can make more videos about this to help more people as much as you have helped me, thanks again

  • Can you offer any tips please? I’m at the beginning of the video now so will see if it addressed my issues (below). Anyone have similar pain, partial tear, etc.?

    IMPRESSION:
    Supraspinatus low-grade partial thickness articular surface tearing with central propagation along the intrasubstance. Findings superimposed on insertional tendinopathy which extends into the anterior infraspinatus.

    Edit:
    I finished the video. It’s helpful to know i don’t have to skip workouts because of pain. I want to workout and heal simultaneously. I wish you were my PT or could afford someone to help me train like an athlete and heal like one too. Thanks. This is so helpful. Do you think pull ups or natural grip chin ups would be better? I like the tip for engaging the shoulders. I’m definitely doing it the first way so it could’ve been a contributing factor. Please make more content like this! I’ll search your library also.

  • I was in the gym picking up dunbells when out of no where my should pulled and it shocked the hell out of me wasn’t really painful but was some pain. I quickly tested my shoulder out and was able to move it. The pain came from my rear delt. When I moved my arm back like I was doing a row it would be pain full. The pain only lasted a few days so by time I seen a surgeon they told me it was a high possibility that I popped my shoulder out and it popped back in. I really thought I tore. What do u think

  • I do hangs regularly since my labrum repair but doing a full pull up would just be impossible for me. Have done all of the rehab and it still feels like the day I left the surgery table. Nothing, I mean nothing has worked to improve my shoulder whatsoever. I watch these videos and practice all of this religiously too.

  • Omg man you have way more opened hips, your hips are way up higher and because of that you use so much less energy:D than she must to do the exercise.
    I think everybody should train to have so opened hips:D
    Help this beatiful girl with opening the hips:D

  • Second time doing this, was really tough the first time but i managed to do 3 sets this time. So hopefully i can improve after this. Kick starting my weight loss with this, super informative love it!

  • Threw out my shoulder while boxing a friend didn’t quit tho but when it stopped I felt it and so I tried t windmill my shoulder n it was just crackling so I stretched n day 3 in pain still right one is good now but left is sore still not as bad but still sore and like when try to throw a hook or do the motion of a lateral raise is cracks in n out of place in a way but still has some tightness so idk if it’s a complete tear or just a bad move

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  • Probably one of the most common and frustrating things that can happen to athletes is shoulder injuries. Thanks Jeff for another excellent video. Very helpful indeed to someone with an impingement

  • Dam spotter took his eye off the ball during heavy Dumbell shoulder press, an now my left rear delt an tricep hurts ��.
    Sometimes working alone is best

  • What if you are double jointed and can pop your shoulder in and out? It affects my weight lifting doing anything involving shoulders because it will pop out and in if I put pressure on my shoulders doing exercises

  • I am sorry, though I like your inspiration, I don’t really like how you teach others to train in this manner. It’s lucky this guy didn’t have anything bad going on. I think you have to realize that the reason behind why you can do so much has a big portion to do with genetics. Not everyone is born in the same way like you. You might not need to learn to train in good ways and anyway just jumped to the end stage results, but this is not for general people. Just because I can do something, that doesn’t mean my way will work for everyone the same.

  • My shoulder has been dislocated doung Facepulls yesterday
    It was old injury but it rebounded
    Unfortunately i have a bjj tournament after 1 month, what can i do?

  • 2:23 literally just blew my shoulder out again. Reached across my body to grab something and it slipped out of my hand…just like he said…when the weight was suddenly released…my arm didn’t know what happened and popped out. I assumed the Jesus on the cross pose, unexpectedly….then it slipped back in. Aren’t these situations the worst? How long should I wait until I do face pulls again, JEFF. ��

  • Deceptively tough! Just tried it for the first time, and it is much harder than you two make it look. Very nice routine in my opinion. Great for sneaking a workout in when you have limited time. Thank you, Gabo!

  • so i have a bursa inflammation in my shoulder joint and i tore my shouldertendon as well….
    i work as a mover so thats how i got the injury, been going to the gym for like 3 years now but if i for example want to squat it hurts to put the bar on that tendon. same as hanging etc even abs hurt my shoulder. do you think its best for me to stop training for a while or should i just do cardio or what?

  • Nice explanation Jeff! I have had Spondylytis tendonitis injury in my shoulders. Though its been 2 years since i had this injury.. Now i feel i am recovered. I am worried if it might start paining again. How do i start workout and after how long i should be working out with weights?

  • I would like to see some info on best exercises to prepare for rotator cuff surgery to possibly help surgery go better and speed recovery. Preventative and recovery programs seem to be readily available. However, programs or info to stretch and strengthen and/or maintain strength and range of motion with a tear leading up to surgery are nowhere. In my case “near” full thickness tear of the supraspinatus along with other lesser issues of shoulder joint, cuff and biceps tendon. Would like to hear suggestions on how to prep while avoiding further damage that could cause the few fibers hanging on to fail complicating surgery.

  • Sucks to not be able to throw anymore right?
    I know 2 people with labrum tears, one works at the gym, the other is jeff. Then there’s me. Atleast I’m not alone.:)

  • I broke my clavical, coracoid process and scapula terribly a few years ago. I have thoracic outlet and they want to remove my top rib to restore circulation. Glenoid malunion and several other fractures were badly displaced and healed horribly. I have had 8 CT scans, 1 CTA scan 2 MRIs, an EMG, dry needling, a cervical spine steroid injection and an epidural injection to try to stop the pain. I am in week 4 of physical therapy and I have seen some improvements although the joints in my shoulder feel like guts and nasty when I move. If anyone here has had a similar experience with an injury, PLEASE for the love of all that is holy get your ass to a physical therapist as soon as possible! I’m completely broke from all the procedures and tests and imaging and PT but nothing has been more successful than the PT. The chronic pain I have been experiencing for these last few years put me in a dark place emotionally mentally and spiritually. The last two weeks have been the best for me since the accident and I owe it to the therapists I have been working with and a new found faith. Truly saved my life. I felt like the accident was going to kill me after all. So if you’re in a dark place, please reach out to me. I would love to share some things with you.

  • I have some pain in my right shoulder after swimming with poor form. Should I wait another week for it to subside or keep training? I do weights and swimming currently. Sometimes running or jump rope to mix it up.

  • Hi there so in the beginning of the video you talked about how you threw a baseball I was actually playing softball and the same thing happened. A day after Idid benchpress It got a lot worse. About how long did it take your injury to heal?

  • My problem is when I’m coming down and going from an active hang to an inactive hang, I feel muscle movement in left shoulder, it feels like the front part of my delt. My right shoulder or arm doesn’t do that, I can go from an active hang to an inactive hang smoothly and with no pain, with my left I have kind of do a compensatory roll with my shoulder so I don’t feel the discomfort of what is moving in my joint letting go of an active hang.

  • Has spmeone besten shoulder impingement? Right now i am doing the outies two times a day for 4 sets and some streching (hanging) and wall/floor angels and i hole it gets better.

  • tnx dear Trainer for suggestion me
    but My shoulder joint dislocated 6 Months ago now I m fell heal and I m so warray Because I want to start gym but Parents don’t want me at gym plz tell me about protien

  • beginner goal.. try each of these exercises this month, and complete one full round with no modification or breaks along with my normal training D:

  • Any good suggestions coming back from shoulder surgery? I had a slap tear, and had surgery to fix it, but now I have a large amount of crepitus and my range of motion not fully there. A hard workout put my arm down for about 2-4 days.

  • Hey Jeff,
    Great videos!
    Have you ever got a surgery for your labral tear or you fixed it just by doing loads of right gym exercises and working out those scapula stabilizers?

  • Absolutely love Geoff i have alot of shoulder problems and just simple little exercises with bands and no weights has helped me to do what i need to do in the gym thanks geoff best in the world at what he does hands down

  • I started doing this routine once a day for two weeks, along with my other workouts. I could really feel the burn and see the improvements in stamina. Today I did it back to back 5 times in a row and although it was really challenging, the burn and feel at the end of the day is something else. I’m going to dedicate myself to doing it at least 4 times a day for 5 days a week. It’s def worth the effort. CH is right, your body does get used to the intensity after some time. Not sure how many times I should be resting in between sets, but I did at least 5 minutes in between each one, to allow my body to recover. Trying to get shredded by late July. I think this is going to get me there. Thanks for creating the content CH!

  • I have torn Labrums in both shoulders.. would love to see some exercises to strengthen that area which may allow me to get back to bench and shoulder press

  • Love this video. I know it depends on the person, but in much prefer the workout videos with demonstrations and examples, particular with different people most from your channel as opposed to say, the vlogging stuff. It’s all love, just putting it out there in case you wonder what your subscribers are into most.

  • I was alright and flexible until I dislocated my right shoulder while playing badminton and now I feel like they might pop out if I do anything overhead.

  • Some people recommend passive hangs for shoulder health, but they definitely contributed to re-tearing my SLAP repairs. Very confusing.

  • I know this is old but…
    So I recently started doing pull ups and the exact thing happened. Shoulder started hurting. If I correct my form like in the video, and keep doing pull ups, will it make it worse? Also, I had a problem during cable flys where the area between my neck and shoulder would pop and hurt on my left side. Do you know anything about that?

  • Hey man so I’ve suffered from a Bankart labrum tear in the past, what work outs would help the strength for my shoulder as well as be safe?

  • I dislocated my shoulder during a football game 5 days ago. I’ve already seen a dr and he said I’m out of football and weight lifting for at least 6 weeks. I’m currently doing physical therapy and I’m not feeling any pain with any movements. I have still been doing legs but am scared to lift with my upper body. I am 16 and I am looking for any advice