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While there isn’t one “right” path, there are six things you can do to set yourself apart from 99% of other trainers out there: Start coaching now —even if it’s just family or friends. Get certified —even if it’s a basic entry-level certification. Become a “complete” fitness professional —someone.

1. Apply to jobs at places like boutique fitness companies and gyms. These sorts of places are almost always looking for new people to teach clients. Send in your resume or apply to open jobs at recreation centers, health clubs, dance studios, or other fitness associations. Of course, you will be much more successful as an online health and fitness coach if you can master both face-to-face and online sales.

Choosing the Right Technology for Online Training. Your first big need is for online personal training software that works for you, not against you. There is no official bodybuilding course. You can become a Gym instructor (level 2), personal trainer (level 3) and higher. become a strength and conditioning coach.

If you wanted to specifically train bodybuilding I would suggest becoming certified in something above and also become a successful bodybuilder yourself. Interest in physical fitness training has grown rapidly in the past few years. Those involved with designing or supervising exercise programs must have a basic understanding of the principles of human physiology and anatomy. It’s about critical thinking and effective listening.

Being a coach and trainer means agreeing to help someone on his or her journey to better health, fitness, and wellness. In order for a trainer to succeed in this role, it is essential for him or her to know where a client has been and where the client seeks to go. Keep moving! Everyone goes through learning curves. Don’t be afraid to experiment: just make sure to learn from your mistakes. The more experience you gain, the more you learn, and the more successful you become.

Conrad Hilton used to say that « Success seems to be connected with action. Metabolic Conditioning Coach Certification. 100% Online Course – Comprehensive Training – Certification – Complete Career System – Ongoing Support.

Discover the #1 Training System That Will Help Your Clients Burn Fat, Lose Weight, Build Muscle, Improve Cardio and Quickly Get Into The Best Shape Of Their Lives. Give them time and room to practice their coaching leadership style. We can’t expect managers to intuitively know how to coach well. We need to give them room to try saying the words out loud, to make mistakes, and to get feedback and help on how to be more effective. As they say, practice makes perfect.

Online fitness coaches and workout trainers have taken over social media! The social media health and wellness trend is the best thing that has happened to the internet and these online fitness coaches deserve all the credit! We looked far and wide to find the best online fitness coaches and workout trainers.

List of related literature:

One of the best ways of learning what’s involved in becoming an effective competitor is to train with a bodybuilder who has contest experience.

“The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis” by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
from The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis
by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
Simon & Schuster, 2012

“Industry experts Peter Fitschen and Cliff Wilson have joined forces to create the ultimate educational resource for any competitor, coach, or fitness enthusiast who wants to learn more about the process of competitive bodybuilding.”

“Bodybuilding: The Complete Contest Preparation Handbook” by Peter J. Fitschen, Cliff Wilson
from Bodybuilding: The Complete Contest Preparation Handbook
by Peter J. Fitschen, Cliff Wilson
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

I believe that concentration is the key to bodybuilding success.

“Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding” by Franco Columbu
from Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding
by Franco Columbu
Creators Publishing, 2017

If you want to become powerful, hire a powerful coach.

“Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions: A Tactical Playbook for Managers and Executives” by Keith Rosen
from Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions: A Tactical Playbook for Managers and Executives
by Keith Rosen
Wiley, 2010

Some of these texts have combined insights into what elite coaches do and how they do it with appropriate theory (to varying degrees) (see Kidman 2001, 2005, Jones et al 2004).

“Sports Coaching E-Book: Professionalisation and Practice” by John Lyle, Chris Cushion
from Sports Coaching E-Book: Professionalisation and Practice
by John Lyle, Chris Cushion
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Coaches who attempt inspiring the client to ‘‘be bigger’’ than the current situation similarly set the client up for a very hard landing when the coaching program is concluded.

“Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others” by James Flaherty
from Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others
by James Flaherty
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2010

Beginning Bodybuilding should be approached like beginning anything you want to be successful in.

“Vegan Bodybuilding and Fitness” by Robert Cheeke
from Vegan Bodybuilding and Fitness
by Robert Cheeke
Book Publishing Company, 2011

Good coaching is both caring for your reps’ success and trying to find out the one thing at a time to work on (not 10 things) that’s going to make the biggest difference.

“From Impossible to Inevitable: How SaaS and Other Hyper-Growth Companies Create Predictable Revenue” by Aaron Ross, Jason Lemkin
from From Impossible to Inevitable: How SaaS and Other Hyper-Growth Companies Create Predictable Revenue
by Aaron Ross, Jason Lemkin
Wiley, 2019

With the right self-talk and the right programming, that coach will show you the best in yourself and help you achieve it.

“What to Say When You Talk to Your Self” by Shad Helmstetter
from What to Say When You Talk to Your Self
by Shad Helmstetter
Gallery Books, 2017

I wrote the book to introduce you to the latest training trends in sports science and my experience-based insights acquired during more than 30 years as a coach.

“The Triathlete's Training Bible: The World’s Most Comprehensive Training Guide, 4th Ed.” by Joe Friel
from The Triathlete’s Training Bible: The World’s Most Comprehensive Training Guide, 4th Ed.
by Joe Friel
VeloPress, 2016

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  • Get rid of this clown. He was a Tier 3 pro and talking about best coaches are Ifbb pros? lol.
    Chad, aceto and hany they never turned pro and made many champions. And you are a chump

  • I have been working with Mike Quinn Bill Wilmore and Hienz Senior they all had great advice got me dry dry dry. No games when it training time between Mike and Bill. Now I have done 16 shows I never coach cause most people auck anyway lmao they dont want to deplete etc oh yeah I like what you said for all u haters can Suck it lol

  • l had a coach for 1 full year when i did a show in 2016 yes it was a little expensive but i think it was 100% worth it. There so much information out there sometimes its hard to figure out whats what and a good coach will filter though all the BS out there. 2 years later im still using the routines and eating style and still getting results so if you break it down over the last couple of years it isn’t that much.

  • Agree and disagree. He’s right about you know your own body. He’s right that you don’t actually need a trainer to actually workout. No you don’t need a trainer. But at the same time a good trainer is used to not only motivate but sometimes a trainer can see things you can’t. Show you different ways to incorporate your workouts. There’s professional athletes that all have trainers because they look for immobility issues, help with injuries, learn to get past sticking points in Range if motion, assessing and helping athletes with mobility issues, they asses and know the client and can write a program that will help them in their given sport. Rich is just talking about a guy teaching basic movements. Anyone can do that. Not all Trainers are just guys holding a clip board standing over someone. Anyone can benefit from a trainer. It gives different points of views and allows you to expand your knowledge. No one is perfect but anyone can benefit from a trainer.

  • Would love to hear your take on Jerry’s latest video.. he says you should give the money back to the people you stole it from. Thoughts?

  • In five months I’ve lost 80lbs without a coach. I’ve educated myself and learned what works for me in my pursuit of my goals. I still have 68lbs to lose to finish my first part of my journey. I do have to thank you for all the great info and encouragement you have given me. Your no bullshit approach is awesome. Thank you again.

  • one of my favorite bodybuilders. around this time you said that you’d be miserable sitting at 320lbs or 360lbs. your doing a monster cycle now that shows that poundage. I hope your doing well buddy.

  • Most people need a coach cause they dont know wtf they doing..u seen em in the gym..trying to hurt theyself. Not having a clue what they doing lol

  • As specialist, I believe Custokebon Secrets can be great way to lost tons of weight. Why don’t you give it a shot? maybe it’s going to work for you too.

  • Yo Rich, first video I saw of you was the “dick past the balls” video you made and I thought you were an idiot, but for real, this is actually really a good thought. What I think really, is that bodybuilding/lifting is to some extent more mainstream now, so as such it’s more of a status symbol or fashion accessory type of thing, rather than being a hobby. So instead of working out because working out is fun, instead they think “I need to be _ now!” and thus will hire someone that promises to get them to that point, rather than enjoying it as a hobby and just enjoying it as a ride and an experimentation process. I think culturally too there’s a big emphasis now on appeal to authority, the anecdotal and personal experience doesn’t matter now and people say they’re being scientific but just appeal to whatever authority is talking the loudest, that’s why everyone goes from fitness guru to fitness guru on the internet now, and they say “I’m doing _‘s plan, I’m doing _‘s plan!” Why is that guy’s plan any better than your own? You can’t think of a semi-logical fashion for reps and sets? My best training gains ever, were made when I wrote out for 3 months straight all my workouts and followed it all almost exactly. But then people think when another person does it for them it’s exact, has some magic “science” behind it, etc, but generally, it doesn’t.

    I dunno, that’s my thoughts. Don’t get me wrong, some things do need to be coached, but I feel very much it’s this tendency to want to just buy the thing that’s the main driving factor. Maybe it’s lack of responsibility, too? If you bomb out your show or whatever for BBing, you can blame your coaches/etc, whereas if you do it all yourself, you’re the one who failed, too. So yes, doing it yourself gets a big ego boost, but there’s a bigger ego hit if you lose. So now people are so narcissistic and self obsessed they’ll avoid the bigger ego gain from winning all by themselves just to avoid the ego loss from doing it.

    Sorry to make a Rich Piana video a fucking philosophy paper for college. Rich is a cool dude, he doesn’t proclaim himself some fucking fountain of knowledge or deep philosopher with all the answers or some shit. Would do an 8 hour arm workout and watch anime with him.

  • I just got a trainer because I don’t have an idea of that style in particular lifting weights has a rigth way and wrong way, some people just don’t know shit about body building. I will try to learn in2 monds then I’ll plant to do it in my own.

  • I notice many people keep on speaking about Custokebon Secrets (do a google search). But I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried this popular weight loss secrets?

  • Even though I’m not a looking to be a bodybuilder, Rich has some amazing info about self promotion that helps me out even as a songwriter and musician. Which for most musicians is their weak point. Most musicians are introverts by nature bc of how we see ourselves, the society we live in, and our music. ALWAYS use good advice even if its not in your industry. RIP BIG RICH. I know he’s eating big and staying big up there.

  • A trainer telling you how to do exercises is like 2% of what a PFT can do for you.

    98% of it is programming and injury prevention. You may know how to do workouts, but I (a pft) will get you to your goals in a specific amount of time, that will almost always be faster and safer than you can.

  • About time the bodybuilding world talks about this subject, can we also discuss what makes a champion bodybuilder with or without distended and bloated stomachs from Hgh etc?

  • You don’t have to be like rich. You don’t have to be selfish you can do it the healthy way. Naturally bodybuilding 100% safer and won’t kill you. Steroids will make life difficult because you will have anger issues no sex life no hair DONT FALL FOR THIS SH*IT

  • Such a positive attitude and straightforward cut-to-the-chase no bullshit mentality. Truthful and knowledgeable about every single word. Everyone can learn a thing or two from Rich because of his passion. Despite the drugs he was on he had an outstanding thought process and way of teaching. �� Rest easy Rich. GODDAMMIT

  • Here’s what I would like to know, how’s your HRT going? Whats ur HRT? Personal -sorry, don’t have to, i understand. How long have you been doing HRT? How expensive is your HRT on a monthly basis? And could be answered on like, a general population not so much yourself. I’ve only seen one video where you said HRT changed your life and you feel great. So if you did make another video I apologize I’ll look for it.
    I’m asking as a 46 year old electrician with a good 20 years of heavy lifting in the gym and in the field.

  • This video has good advice, but I am not sure about the best diet plan that I should use, only because I have never taken any. Anybody tried the Custokebon Secrets? I have heard many people talk about extraordinary things about Custokebon Secrets.

  • It feels weird seeing him alive in this vide
    Makes me sad �� still. He was the most raw and straight the F up in everything he ever did

  • rest in peace Rich, youre a good man for givin tons of adive for free… God bles… this world is full of evil psichopatic people fucked up…

  • I can see using a trainer for a couple of weeks if you are a beginner.  Watching these trainers in a gym it is “legalized robbery”  Then you see these fat woman paying 50 and workout and their body has not changed in 5 years. It is a joke!

  • King great content. Cud u talk a bit more about the volume that is necessary to maximize gainz. Or more intensity and shorter workout?

  • Love this guy, alot of bodybuilders just wanna sale shit books telling u how to do things, rich is just straight up eat 10 times a day and get on a heavy cycle of gear lol

  • Maik Wiedenbach was voted NYC’s best personal trainer, here to coach you online or in person. He makes people look and feel great based only on scientific principles instead of fad diets, harmful drugs or overpriced medication and unhealthy supplements.

    Maik is an NYU professor, Olympian, two-time World Cup and Olympic-level swimmer, and Musclemania champion with hundreds of thousands of subscribers, fans & followers joining his official social media accounts where he shares fitness, workout and exercise tips from his own gym here in New York City.

    Book Maik online today:

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  • Haha �� haha �� ha �� heh heh�� heeh �� heeeh �� RIP Rich we will miss you we loved your random thoughts liking a shooting star you gone too soon.

  • Folks, this is not bodybuilding. Listen to this. I guess his goal was seeing how fast he could get 10 feet under. Bodybuilding is not a sport. Bodybuilding is destroyed. Drug addiction of folks that always feel small. Horrible physique.

  • Sharee Kamali whatever your name is. Whom did you learn from chad. So you learned from somebody so shut the fuk. Stop being so negative. Your not the only Fukin coach out there.
    What male bodybuilder have you trained and made a champion? None. Did any of your male bodybuilder won a pro card? Or matter of fact won a an overall in a local level show? None.
    Regular no name coaches does better job than you.
    Your experience is shit. You’ve always had a shitty ass physique. So again shut the fuk up.
    You named yourself king?. Your king of having a big Fukin mouth. So shut the fuk up.
    You are clown for a coach. And you bitch more than a girl about everything over the years. Ppl that likes you are same as you a negative Nancy.

  • Hey guys! I have some thoughts about this “45 sets” study. This much of volume might be too much for many people, but it kind of open my eyes and made me to try higher volume trainings. In my case it is a big game changer. i.e. my chest I was always training from 10-15 sets per week, with realy minimal resoults. From two months I’m doing around 30 sets per week (8-12 reps/set) for my chest and it’s just blows:) my recovery is awesome and I see gains I have not been seeing from years (both strength and size). My point is you must try what works best for yourself. General info is just genral info individualization is the king. Sorry for long one 😉 btw Steve always pleasure to listen to Your podcasts best ones all over YT

  • Hey Mike. Do you have a chance to meet professional and talk about Testosterone straight on the camera on the debate with u? Because most of practitioners giving as so many false advices. I appreciate your knowledge and help. Thanks for your expertise. Norway.

  • Hi Maik,

    Thanks for your thoughts today. Regarding the supplement industry and their products, including the superfoods, yes, many of the products are good money down the drain, money that would have been better spent, and better utilized by the body, on natural whole foods. And natural whole foods are affordable. I always recommend foods first, and THEN if someone has spare money and wants to cover some bases that they believe the food does not, perhaps a supplement of some sort. Of course, not all supplementation is created equal, and the average person probably just buys that which is the least expensive, which is often less expensive for a reason.

    For many years of my bodybuilding life, I had cupboards full of vitamin and mineral supplements, along with large containers of protein powders. I have literally spent many thousands of dollars over the past decades on supplementation, when in reality, my gains and progress were resulting from eating solid real foods. But when younger, I didn’t know that I just followed what the biggest bodybuilders in the gym were telling me to do, instead of actually researching the legitimacy of what I was doing. Nowadays, and for quite some time, I’ve been relying on plant based whole foods, I am healthier than I’ve ever been, and I am saving a LOT of money that used to be given over to the 26 billion dollar supplement industry.

    Last month, I covered my beliefs on what is bodybuilding, specifically for the long term goals of health and longevity. For me, it is a lifestyle after more than a half century of doing it, so I probably see things in a different light than most bodybuilders out there. I started to protect myself from a high school bully, but soon realized that was transforming my body, the first time in my young life, and I liked what I saw. I got into competition, which is the sport oriented aspect of bodybuilding, but through it all, it is life itself. I could no more give up bodybuilding than stop eating food. If you are interested in the thoughts in my head about this, here is a link to that talk:

    You bring up a great point about how to know a good coach, and what you said about considering the source is very true! There is so much out on the internet these days, tons of advice, but lots of it is either flat wrong, or simply being restated by someone with little personal background or experience.

    At the core of bodybuilding, I believe we should be having FUN doing it! It we are so serious that we seem angry and hostile in the gym like you mentioned, where is the fun? I am not speaking about the top pro competitors, who are out to win money, because they are doing it as a job, thus their intensity about it when in the gym. I am referring to the average guy or gal who wants a really nice body for whatever reason, be it sex appeal, ego, health, or what have you. To maintain one’s interest in bodybuilding for decades, those who are into it as a lifestyle as I am, fun must be a prime factor. I enjoy my workouts still, even though my body has changed dramatically over the years as I get older. It’s still fun, and I am still motivated to keep it up, which is a good thing, because so many lifters burn out and walk away from it all.

    See ya’…

  • He’s not a pro bodybuilder he thinks he’s better than the pros who use coaches? I don’t understand. All the pros use diet coaches Chris Aceto being one. There is a lot of knowledge that takes a person dedicated to it. We miss you rich ��

  • Hey Maik! Bin mal in ca 4 Wochen ein paar Tage in New York, wollte da mal gerne mit Dir eine Coachingstunde nehmen, evt. Trainingsplan ausarbeiten. Geht das? Würd mich freuen! LG Malte

  • Once you turn pro, the grind begins. Look how quickly prodigies like John Sherman faded. Chris Cook went nowhere, made sixth in one pro show. Sonny Schmidt competed endlessly for years, usually placing 10th or so, never in contention. Making pro wasn’t the sunshine and rainbows they imagined.

  • Damn I did know he died that’s crazy how I saw this video when it came out and it’s been 2 years I think is going be 3 I, not sure

  • Very nice podcast, as always. Regarding the high volume study and swelling, I have wrote on the topic and might be interesting for some:

    Cheers and keep up the good work!

  • let me tell you somthing about training with trainers… if you came at the gym and in your mind you know thats your gonna do legs and you know that you gonna do 4 mouvment and 12 reps in each and stuf like that you dont shock the muscle but when you came at the gym and you dont know what you will do you stand on squat and the tranier said do 15 and you like oh shit… if you know what i meen thats shock the muscle and you know better then me that shocking the muscle make it grow better so it doesnt mater if you had experiance batter the your trainer you dont need the experiance from him you just need the shocking thats all

  • Anybody know what is Custokebon Secrets about? I hear a lot of people lost lots of weight with Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine).

  • This man is wrong to promote that dark lifestyle to people who can’t handle it. Steroids find the right people. Those who look for steroids get destroyed by them

  • I just wasted 7:04 watching this we know you don’t need a trainer but some people do. Not everybody a professional bodybuilder. Really.

  • “15 years ago I was the biggest because I took all the drugs I could afford, I did what the five percent do….whatever it takes” lololol wtf huh dude?

  • He was what he was. I miss the f***er. He didn’t hide who he was or what he did, that’s more than most others can say. I rather hear a dude say he does steroids and explain it than pretend he’s natty and bullshit his way to give advice. Hate him or not, he’s left a large hole that hasn’t been filled yet. There was one Rich Piana. RIP Dude.

  • What do you think of lost a lot of weight with Custokebon Secrets? I notice many people keep on speaking about Custokebon Secrets.

  • It’s probably a lot to do with the scientific perspective. I know a lot of guys switch up the muscle fibres they’re training and the different ways to stimulate the muscles. Still, once you know then you know, you wouldn’t really need to keep a trainer.

  • I hope he is doing better.
    Hey even Arnold Schwarzenegger needed help along the way, he’s even said so. Yes you know what works for you but it still helps to get the motivation at least.

  • Timestamps:
    02:13 Scott talks about his new book “Be your own bodybuilding coach”
    12:57 Scott delves into what planning entails
    16:25 Scott touches on the role of a coach
    22:41 Scott elaborates on learning processes and furthermore touches on current research
    42:54 Additionally Scott talks about changes in scientific findings

  • I really liked Rich, he was good for a lot of people, but he should have been honest about the PMMA. It is beyond blatant that his arms and shoulders are filled with it.

  • You were a Personal Trainer correct?
    I respect your honesty and I always will. A personal trainer is supposed to be motivating and some people CAN NOT workout themselves. You learned from someone on how to workout, so you could say that you had someone teach you on how to train your arms… lats.. legs.. so on and so forth, so they trained you on on how to train your body.. Just at a younger age, which is good. Some people never had that lifestyle. Personal Trainers should understand the science. Ill be honest, some of the science can be BS.. but I believe it is important to know… We are a coach in the gym.

    I do not expect you to be able to speak English if you have never been taut.
    I understand where you are coming from though.

  • “There’s a lot of shit I don’t know about in life, but I know how to fucking train.” quote of a mutantlegend
    boss, keep it up, rich

  • Rich was an honest and very legit good guy shame he just was never happy with himself and three times the size he’s body needed to be if he loved himself as much as his fan’s did he’d still be around

  • Train glutes everyday. wow,I thought good coaches would not recommend training 1 muscle group so often. I don’t think you are a good coach. And you should stop calling your viewers Bitches at the end of your video, Very disrespectful

  • Steve looks almost just like El Comandante here)) And thanks for making the best content on topic with the best people in industry!

  • Look at you making way too much sense. Great advice. No one else, who is a coach, is going to tell you to look at your finances before you get a coach. Most everyone else is just going to take your money.

  • Yeha this guy looks like a real role model. Haha! Tying to kick knowledge looking like a wrestler that never made it. Why be that big. And don’t make use of it… join the army.

  • i think i could explain this essential reason as for why bodybuilders “need” a trainer. it doesent have to be for not knowing how to train, it just may be for keeping the very basic experience in check. not to mention people needs structure. alot of people work very badly with free will. and so they need to be bossed around alittle. even if they wanna be a bodybuilder, they talk about it like its the biggest dream.. and yet people may know know how to prioritize! and i think that would go for evrything, not just bodybuilding. like… Rich sais himself. he knows how to lift and build his body. sprint runners know how to run, world best… people in evrything there is.. like chess, you know.. whatever! they surround themselfs with people who are qualified to teach about something. and you would think people like that would never need people to teach them anything. its not to learn that one successful dude how to do it if he has been successfully doing whatever he or she has done for 30 years. i think its more to uphold and maintain the very basic experience around doing whatever it is they do.

    and when it comes to body building, it may be nice to have that. because alittle poor form in deadlift for example. can end up giving you a seriuos injury and that person may have train for 10 years! like the very best of us does mistakes! not evryone know their own limit in how much they are able to lift, this is why you see people fail alot in my opinion.and they need someone.. like a trainer to point that out so you can go down one steady road to success with less failure! and as for why you would need someone “help” you out in this may be even more importent if you compete and make a living out of whatever it is you do. people who fail wont even talk to people about what they did wrong, let alone ask what they can do better. they rather choose to talk about how that thing doesent work, when millions of other people are successful in doing it. and loser spread this around like its a religion! like its the absolute truth. this is why i personally would belive people would “need” a trainer.

  • Despite rich not knowing pre-algebra, he is most certainly not a dumb guy, HOWEVER his lack of polish and in particular his incessant use of dysphemisms can make it quite difficult to see that. If he would just calm down and remember that he’s not upset with the viewers of his videos I think he would be able to make his points with significantly more efficacy and cogency

  • you cannot judge your own body 100% there should be someone to tell that your this particular mscle is weak as compared to other muscles of your need a clear guidance in order to b in proportion. this think isn’t easy as it looks thats why a good trainer has a huge role to bring yo up on an olympia stage or any other stage

  • I just don’t understand the need to build USELESS muscle size. It doesn’t allow you to run faster, jump higher, jump farther or benefit you in a fight. So, why do it? Worse yet, why destroy your health by messing with your body chemistry to achieve those temporary muscles that will deflate when you stop the drugs? THINK, people. There’s a big difference between big, puffy water filled muscles and big, strong Special Forces/Navy SEAL/Crossfit muscles. Build something that makes you better in everything and will last.

  • Hello sir I m a bignner bodybuilder my age is 37 and weighte iss aroud 78to82 kg one of my good friend told me about steroids and I’m little bit agree with him,,,Sir plzz would u help me..which kind of steroids I can use after 6r5weeks and how like inject r pills..tell me the name as welll

  • This man was brilliant heartbroken he is gone R.I.P big man, left us with these videos to learn what we need from you, homey you are missed greatly ��

  • Much respect god bless and keep it up I look forward to your social media and videos each day that my wife thinks I’m obsessed but I tell her I’m obsessed with knowledge he is giving lol

  • Every other sport has a trainer, so why not bodybuilding? Or is it just you? Either that or bodybuilding ain’t a sport; take your pick!

  • He does understand. He’s talking shit for a reaction. Not everyone walks in a gym and knows what their doing. Or sometimes an outside eye sees and different angle. Tosser

  • First i was only subbed because of Gregg Valantino his videos and now i am only subbed because of Kamali his videos lol. Just being honest, dude makes great content and knows everything about the sport. Not like that fucking Nick Trigili guy

  • Rip… I Train at home and sometimes the hardest part is getting the fuck up out of your chair… so I train using BeachBody programs BodyBeast and Les Mills Combat mixed with 30 min of jumpRope Daily And Honestly I love the Team They Have they make me want to Workout At times i Dont Have the Energy or Time Its Because It Makes me Happy And Trainers that Make you Happy are not a lot Check out BeachBody Programs Doe they really Are Great P90x was myFavorit Check out my Instagram: popbottlesmotherfuckers I really want to start a workout Channel Let me know what you guys Think God Bless

  • couldn’t agree more these guy that are training people 99%of them don’t even look like they ever lifted away in their life I’ll be damned if I wouldn’t be able to train myself I walk into any gym and look better than 99% of any of these trainers that’s the funny thing shit I train trainers lol smh get it together

  • i mean i would love to know how to figure it out the same way he did he would auctually be a good trainer because he would know what to do andh ow to do it for a certain thing if he can figure it all out on his ouwn like thyat then he woukd be a great teacher.

  • You pay for what you get now-a-days. Cheaping out could get you cheap products, or results. Paying a little extra could get you a little extra results.

  • This stuff shouldn’t be free! Steve this podcast has changed everything for me. I started off binge watching kino body and Chris Jones(All respect for chris jones) for years, and then, unfortunately, took a tumble down to the keto zealots and thought carbs were killing us. Finally, I came full circle and found you and many others alike. I can say i have almost watched all of your podcasts and my knowledge in this realm is higher than i every imagined and im only going up from here. Thanks

  • My coach is the best imo, he’s my best friend… and he’s F’n huge!!!
    Tho I’d definitely hire Maik. Was looking at old photos of him, DAMN!!!
    It’s clear he’s done some “downsizing”, for health I’d imagine.
    But man, that guy knows how to build a physique. Not often u see a 6’2 frame carry that much meat.

  • Scott is amazing!

    Any chance you can get Dante on? He never does these podcasts but would be awesome to hear what his current thinking is on training, supplements, nutrition, etc

  • AND AGAIN! I wasn’t notified! �� why do I even bother to enable post notifications if I don’t get them?! Youtube, I’m getting tired of this.. ��
    Anyhow: thanks for this, coach:) Another jewel of an interview ��

  • Awesome guest. I believe at some point you need to be your own coach if you want to last in bodybuilding.
    If your favorite bodybuilding podcast is revive stronger like me, come vite here