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When using 10RM resistances, 1-minute rest periods between sets and exercises result in a significantly greater blood lactate response than with 3-minute rest periods and when using 5RM and either 1-minute or 3-minute rest periods (Kraemer et al., 1990; Kraemer et al., 1993).

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Novice to intermediate: 1–3 sets per exercise b.

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  • Thank you very much for this video. Would you recommend this exercise as a part of a rehab protocole for a gluteus medius tendinopathy? Or is it too aggressive? I am also applying your tips from the video dedicated to this problem, and the results have been great so far.

  • Doing this for the last week and really feel my core after it. But when I put the weight in my left hand, I have some trouble to stay perfectly stable and feel some pain in my right knee.. what can I do? Simply drop the weight? Wouldn’t it create an imbalance? Thank you!

  • Remember to walk back and forth for at least 85-95 seconds to feel the movement. The idea of time under tension applies to a degree from what I understand but this movement is better with more time. Weight has to be enough to walk 100-125 meters or 85-95 seconds with good posture

  • Bro koi btayega ki guru Mann sir ne es video main konse gaane ka background music use kra hai plizz kisi ko pta ho to bta do????????

  • great video, could you make one for lower back pain for when you hyperextend the lower back? i have been dealing with this issue since september from deadlifting and its ruining any hope i have of returning.

  • This is so helpful! Reminded me of Ed Coan’s suitcase holds. Currently dealing with what I believe a costochondritis which limits me to hit abs. Did this and it worked my core without feeling the chest/rib pain! Thank you!

  • I am obsessed with SHRED on iOS. Totally changed the way I workout in the gym and is hands down the best workout app I’ve ever used! Way better than anything else I’ve tried. You should take a look at it! Best part? It’s free?

  • Hey
    I did some stretching for my hips now I have pain there while walking
    I didn’t stretch for 2 mouths now but it didn’t heal
    Do you have any tips how I can fix it
    Thank you

  • Hey guys on superset B; B1 can you suggest a variant if you don’t have an inverse curl and the lat pulldown is too close to a wall?

  • my main strength training is KB swings and TGU. How often I should perform this? Every other day? Any recommendations regarding sets/reps? Also, great content, thank you!

  • You are great bro
    , trying to help people
    Fan of you bro

    And Videos which is created by yourself
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    RIZWAN.

  • Not a fan of the use of the word “imbalances”, they aren’t actually relevant to most people. It’s just a scary word that makes people think they are more fragile than they actually are. Similarly with phrases like “weak links”. Look up the definition of the nocebo effect

    exercises do not reduce the risk of injury unless it is making the person stronger, that’s the only finding that is relevant in the current data. So the bodyweight/kettlebell core stability exercises may not be that useful for elite athletes as they are already strong. They would need a larger does of stress in order to make them stronger. More so with the bodyweight exercises.

    the suitcase carry isn’t inherently better just because it’s in a different plane. The principal of specificity would dictate if you’re going to do “core” work, exercises that look similar to a barbell athletes main movements would be most valuable.

    overall the video seemed pretty harmless apart from the use of buzzwords like “imbalances”

  • Interesting video and great exercise idea, but are you confusing directions and planes? In biomechanics there are, as I understood it, three planes of motion: Sagittal, Transverse and Frontal. This walk resists frontal plane motion as you move in a horizontal direction using sagittal plane of motion at hip knee and ankle. But if you watch his lifting technique as he jumps the feet out, the abduction at the hips is frontal. So wouldn’t you ideally need an exercise that resists transverse and frontal movements around the spine whilst allowing frontal in the hips and effective vertical direction of movement? I see there are great benefits in your exercise but is it specific to OL?

  • I have no feeling in my left seratus, and I feel like stretching it the whole time. Any idea what can be the issue? I’ve tried everything

  • Love the content you share with us, I have been able to gain some strength and I have been able to fix my squat techniques from your videos. Excited to add this core work to my program. Thank you SquatU!

  • The #SquatUclub is now on YouTube! As soon as I upload a new video, “like” it and comment with the hashtag #SquatUclub ASAP. I’ll pick amongst those who do so within 1 hour of the video going live and pick one winner to start working on whatever you need help with (squat technique, an achy hip, help with back pain during deadlifts, etc). You must be SUBSCRIBED to my YouTube channel for a chance to win. Turning on notifications by clicking the little bell next to the SUBSCRIBE button on my channel will make sure you can be first in line to win every time!

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  • Whenever I do abs exercise, I notice some sticky fluid on tip of my penis. It is like pre cum which is transparent. Is it normal to have such condition. Please tell me..

  • What’s Jordan, love your strength training videos cool and awesome, but 2 quick questions: what machine was that you were using for super-set B? and was that just a regular leg press machine you used for C1 and C2! Answer much appreciated!!!

  • Thank you for sharing your knowledge and helping everyone maintain their health while becoming better and stronger lifters. I appreciate people like you so much as someone who could not afford to buy access to this information.

  • Oh maaan, that leg workout looks outstanding!! Stylin studds is officially a huge fan of you guys and thanks you for showing helpful tips and exercises to keep ourselves in great shape, but get more strength results to wow people everytime.

  • This workout combines heavy strength-building power movements with hypertrophy, stability, and stamina training to build rock solid legs worthy of carrying around the rest of your body. Watch this video to step up your training to the next level!

  • sir 1 yrs doing hard work my weight is not increasing i feel sad because of my weight only 49 kg and height 5.9 sir plz give me suggestion

  • Amazing content, as always! Really do appreciate it.
    Could you maybe do a video about high hamstring tendinopathy? It´s really keeping me from progressing with any exercise with hip flexion.

  • limiting reps to 5 on compound lifts especially deadlifts will give you the necessary core strength. Bodybuilding and going heavy and a lot of reps will get you injured. Great exercises though, gonna try them especially the one with the upside down kettlebell. Cheers

  • sir bhout vaddiiyya video hai g, tuhadi har video vaddiiyya hundi aa g
    Abs related ik chezz jroor dasso g, ki baithe rehnn nal abs nu koi problem hundi aa? like jehna di seating job aa, bus ch travel krde aa baith k…..? kyuki baithe rehnn nal athletics body type waleya de lines bann jandiya, pet ikathha hunda
    Please daseo is baare te j problem hai ta kive is te bachh skde aa

  • If I‘ve problems with my core strength, then to keep my upper body upright in the last reps of the last set. Imho this excercise will not help in this case.

  • Hi, ThankQ for the great info, but am having a question that is

    should I Daily do ABS workout OR

    One Day ABS workout and next Day Rest like this can i Continue by giving 48 hours rest for every ABS workout OR

    How many days in a week should I do ABS workout