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Transformation: Cody Martin Changes His Body Composition Transformation Stats; Before: After: 08/01/2012: 12/21/2015: 260lbs: 215lbs: Instagram: @cmart_fitness: Twitter: @cmart_fitness: 20% body fat: 12% body fat: Also, because of my transformation I was given the opportunity to be an. C.K. Martin is a passionate and committed composing professional, with the talent and drive to succeed. Thriving amongst the vibrant and diverse music scene in Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, and Orlando, Cody strives to achieve excellence and prides himself in every production he is hired on. Change language and content but Cole Sprouse became a Disney Channel darling after appearing as brainbox Cody Martin in The Suite Life. who always found a way to get his brother Cody.

Cody Martin signed a multi-year contract with the Charlotte Hornets on July 31, 2019. Malik Monk was selected as the #11 pick in the First Round of the 2017 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets. Videos include Martin convincing Cody he had been adopted out to another family, pushing him and bloodying his nose (Martin claimed the blood was fake), smashing Cody’s X-box with a.

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The change in his physique was so dramatic it has led some to speculate about steroid use.

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His height increased by 4 cm; note the marked change in body habitus owing to loss of generalized myxedema, improved muscle tone, and bright facial A B expression.

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In other words, his program is about transformation—not just losing weight.

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This is not surprising because for him restoration of the body is secondary to this task of self-transformation.

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There is no question this would be an undesirable change in body composition for an athlete.

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Tristan’s body has also undergone similar changes, but the muscles look good on him.

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Colton’s muscles rippled as his body began to reconfigure.

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The trainer also knows that it is usually not possible to change the body type of a person drastically.

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  • Everybody acting like people today cant take a joke like yes people fucking can. This movie would still be great today if it was made today

  • Amazing video. I’m working on mobility to improove My squat cause i feel knee inflamation Even with medium weight and “proper form”… So i’m smashing the leg press for now, love that machine feels amazing

  • Mike, I can’t tell you enough how I appreciate your videos & podcasts. This success story is wonderful! I am curious though, can you do a video/podcast of what you found of why people have dropped out of your personal coaching service? Willpower wasn’t strong enough? Couldn’t follow the eating plan? Found that couldn’t make the commitment? Etc. Thank you!

  • I found this to be true as well. I tried for years to squat as to grass like an olympic weightlifter, I just thought it looked so cool and badass. All I ever got were fucked up knees and hips. I’d progress for a few months until the joint pain was unbearable and I’d have to stop. I even went so far as getting some olympic shoes and ADDING an extra.75 inch to the heel that was already there. I ended up with literal stress fractures in my shins lol. About a year ago I switched to sqauting to just above parallel with a low bar position and pushing my hips back. My strength went through the roof and my legs and ass grew like weeds. And even squatting above parallel, Im 6’2 with looong legs so I’m still moving the weight farther and my moment arms are still significantly longer than the 5’8 manlets criticizing my form. I think that the people who criticize others form are often tryjng to rationalize why others are lifting more weight than they are. “Yeah he’s squatting 500 for 15 reps when I can only do 315 for a single. But he’s not doing “real squats duuur” like me. I could totally do this 500 if I didnt use proper form like him duuur”

  • Please make a video on how to make your abs VISIBLE as a natural bodybuilder. I struggle with getting my abs to show… I can lose weight, eat healthy workout and rest and so on… I can’t get my abs to show no matter how much weight I lose. Btw: I used to be 241lbs 3 months ago and now as of today, i am at 180lbs but I can’t seem to make my abs visible. I train abs everyday… maybe I should train abs 3 times a week?

  • This is a great message, I have found this to be true as well, and I do like rack pulls for this purpose. I find that when I do rack pulls I get more growth then when rack pulls are not in my program. I also love your tip with the constant tension on squats. Find that range where you feel it where you want to feel it and just stay there and rep out. These tips are natural bodybuilding gold.

  • Took a whole lotta trying just to get up that hill. Robert Downey jr was absolutely hilarious. This was back when people could take a joke

  • A movie which is taking the pi** out of actors who portray blackface. However you will still get these braindead SJW liberals can’t look into what the film is actually doing but because there doing blackface they will be “offended” grow up. That’s why we have tik tok 13 year old humour today through society

  • This movie is not racist nor it partakes in blackface discriminatorily. RDJ’s character is actually a social commentary on Hollywood’s casting choice of white people over people of color when the character is supposed to be Black or Asian or Latino when is clear that their identity/culture/race is very important and a definition of the character. We saw that same argument but with different lenses in the Netflix miniseries HOLLYWOOD. This is one of the funniest movies with lots of social commentaries about Hollywood and acting. I just love this. RDJ is so good. The whole movie is good. Time to rewatch.

  • Haha I just saw the cancelrdj hashtags. They were all white girls who most likely didn’t watch the movie. They don’t know what they’re protesting. If someone needs to be cancelled, it’s stupid cancel culture people who don’t know the full story.

  • This is funny and very relevant to the current political climate of 2020. When someone does something related to race, that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is a racist act. It’s all about intent, which is shown perfectly here in the form of comedy. These scenes poke fun at the flaws in everyone. Well done.

  • “…Stop tailgating me you Pasty Teabag! I’m goin potty, you wanna hold my dick?.”
    Kirk Lazurus is too cute and Funny ��������������

  • People wonder why majority of us black people didnt get pissed at Robert’s black face role, so let me explain. Its not because he is a famous Iron man star but because the character was NOT made with racist intent, discrimination, dehumanize us black people and many more, in addition to that never have we black people seen Robert associate himself with any kind of hate groups or potrait himself as a rasist. NOW, we have issues with most black face because we know DAMN well the position of those people when it comes to black people so we have an issue when we see it because we know they didnt mean well when they did the black face. it is the same reason most of us black people also didnt have an issue with Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau. I am not saying that most black people did accept all this things i have stated above, but most of us did accept it for that reason.

  • this is basically my favorite movie ever and even more so now that i know the ways things are going we will never see again something like this again, it will be in my heart to remind me the last time society wasnt what it is today

  • Why should it be offensive painting your face brown if you want to play a black character? It is their color. Why no one is offended with the movie ‘White Chicks’?

  • 5:40
    The Jeffersons Theme

    Well, we’re moving on up to the East side
    To a deluxe apartment in the sky

    Moving on up to the East side

    We finally got a piece of the pie

    Fish don’t fry in the kitchen

    Beans don’t burn on the grill

    Took a whole lotta trying

    Just to get up that hill

    Now we’re up in the big leagues

    Getting our turn at bat

    As long as we live, it’s you and me baby

    There ain’t nothing wrong with that

    Well, we’re moving on up to the East side

    To a deluxe apartment in the sky

    Moving on up to the East side

    We finally got a piece of the pie

  • I remember watching this movie for the first time, not knowing RDJ was in it. And the whole time I kept asking myself who that black actor was…I had never seen him before and he was brilliant!! Imagine my shock when I realized it was RDJ at the end. Damn! That guy is legend.

  • Too bad you can’t do movies like this anymore, back when everyone wasn’t so uptight and could take a joke. If you had a problem with this movie then god forbid you to watch the chappelle show

  • I’m sorry but Robert Downey Jr was without the funniest black character I’ve ever seen, for 400 years that word has kept us down, took a whole lotta trying just to get up that hill..��������

  • 3:15 is my 1st fav scene. thank you so much! I needed the laugh and im over here crying and coughing with my inhaler in my hand lmfaooooo I loved this movie and I was not offended. one of my top pick comedies.

  • this is the 3rd video in a row that ive seen from an olympic winner the other 2 being phelps and cody miller that the guy has compared his body to a race car..wonder if it’s something they get really drilled into their heads

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  • I recently subscribed, but this is my first comment. I just love your “real” quality and humor. I hope you stay connected with your roots and continue to grow your fanbase. Also, I grew up in Michigan (near Canada), but now live in the desert. Seeing the area you live in makes me COMPLETELY homesick! I love it, but it also makes me want to cry… and move to Canada lol…

  • I’ve heard that Christian Bale did a few sets of heavy squats before any focused upper body work, to bulk up for his role as Batman… In my own experience, I’ve paired up the legs with the arms (quads with triceps; hamstrings with biceps although squats could suffice) and surprisingly enough, noticed markedly improved size in them. This was an experiment I did years ago… Something about the powerful release of testosterone and growth hormone when squatting. Some trainers don’t believe in this but it’s actually true, in my experience. I can see this as being applicable to novices and early intermediates, especially; perhaps not so much for the advanced, because they’ve already practically reached their genetic limit… Interesting video.

  • Just popping in to say that I found a lot of value in this podcast. Many of the things Bobby shared speak to me (about how important meals are, how the building the habit of a healthy lifestyle isn’t a competition, etc.) It’s always a pleasure Mike.

  • I consider myself an intermediate lifter having trained consistently for just under 3 years. I just bought your book (Bigger, Leaner, stronger) looking forward to reading it and getting some new training ideas! Love your stuff Mike. ��

  • Yes I found this to be true, squatting. I went down close to the floor with heavy weights and never hurt my knees or had any other injury, I just followed Tom Platz’s simple instructions on how to squat and he was trained to squat by Olympic lifters. Anyway whatever squat depth achieves the best anabolic response for the individual.

  • I agree 100% with you but here’s my 2 cents/experience: I spent years doing deadlifts wrong and most people do them wrong. The majority of people I see around gyms do something closer to stiff leg deadlifts.
    Once you move your butt down and properly start the lift from the correct position it will use 100% legs to push half the lift and 100% back to pull the second part of the lift. No other exercise will recruit more muscles.
    I hate squats, I just don’t enjoy them so I stopped doing them and use that extra energy to deadlift more.
    Everyone should focus on what works for them and they enjoy doing

  • So how important is exercise variation in the grand scheme of things? If I feel squats for example the most effective exercise for legs can I stick with just that exercise. If I’m not a competitive bb and just after size how important is exercise variation. Could you stick with just bb curls for biceps as another example?

  • I think the bench presses pretty anabolic for me at least. It hits every muscle group, mainly. But I do agree the squat hits them all the most, it fires your core better. it does get the shoulders but not no where near as good as the bench press, unless maybe you’re doing it like you’re explaining. I’ll have to improve my squats to where I’m doing these more into that range of motion to see about the shoulders/ delts, but Im pretty sure doing it this way will release the tension on top that way I can hold the weight from better posture getting the upper body firing up too ����

  • Whats the benefit from short range of motion over full range of motion exercises, is it time under tension? love your videos keep it up 😉

  • Great advice once again, so: thanks, Jason! regarding tension in general what’s your opinion on isometrics like wall-sits with your quads totally on fire? It’s not the same as no-lock-out squats but it completely burns down my legs.

  • The most anabolic movement for me is the Trapbar aka Hexbar Romanian Deadlift with emphasis on the posterior chain. No stop and go, just constant tension like the Mountain suggested. 3 sets of 10,8,6 reps, 3 to 5 minutes rest.

  • I don’t get why people call this “blackface”, he doesn’t even look remotely close to his normal self, or sound like it. What an incredible actor.

  • i also noticed that doing deadlifts first rly gets my nervous system on fire and got a lot of gains from that, but after a while the body just got used to it and had to find smth else. for me is like to constantly keep “cheating” the body so it never realy gets used to something

  • I’ve been lifting for 10 years. At 160 lbs I could bench 315. I know others can do much more but for me I was always proud of my 315 but my elbows and shoulders were trashed and I didn’t have very good chest development. A few years ago I switched to partial reps only because they felt better and I was tired of being hurt. I don’t lift nearly as much weight but my chest actually looks a lot better and my elbows and shoulders stopped hurting. I can do full range on some exercises but others I just can’t.

  • I had a lady tell me sincerely and from what she knows, that even perfect form lifting weights all your life, will give you arthritis? True u think?

  • honestly I’m glad there is someone with credibility out teaching this/these techniques. Could not agree more! It’s taken me yeaaars to figure these things out for myself. Take this advice people!!!

  • I’m thinking about giving up deadlifts, because I only feel it in the butt. I can’t do rack pulls from the knees, because I don’t have and can not afford more plates.

  • Nice video, couldn’t agree more on the “full range of motion” BS and partial reps. I’d been doing full RoM for years like pretty much all YT fitness guys were preaching, didn’t see that much progress (excluding the newbie gains of course). After switching to partial reps and doing my exercises in the range where I truly felt my muscle working and contracting the most, I started seeing big improvements in muscle growth.

  • I completely agree…when I squat more frequently and heavier and get stronger on all other body parts and bigger…but I do high bar atg squats…I’ve tried low bar squats and partials and they don’t work for me…everyone is different

  • Jason, I have been hanging from my pull up bar for my left shoulder and it works. I have been hanging for about a year. Before hanging my shoulder was at 40% now it’s at 75% well. I take a slightly wider than shoulder grip, and hang as long as I can. Maybe, you should give it a try for your shoulder. I got this hanging thing from a medical doctor.

  • Hey Jayson, when you say most anabolic I’m not sure what you mean.
    I think of:
    best contraction
    best mind muscle connection
    most muscle fibers stimulated
    best growth response
    best muscle pump
    Or do you use the term anabolic to describe all of these points?

  • Constant tension is so important. My lagging muscles use to be biceps and shoulders. For whatever reason My body just kept trying to cheat anyway it could. So I used bands for my shoulders and biceps to get constant tension and now they are mountains. 18.5 inch arms and coconut delts with bands only

  • Most people don’t have the patience to see what they can do naturally and they jump on the juice.. And this is catastrophic because they hinder their progress. That’s why you see many people on roids looking like shit. I have been working out naturally for 25 years and have hit some really big numbers and still look jacked as shit. I like your channel and your personality. Constant tension reps do miracles and the pros have used it for years. Like you I found them myself before the freaking Internet it just works. I will do constant tension reps, paused full reps speed reps whatever to stimulate the growth. For those of you who are convinced that you need TRT and shit think again. At 39 my test is through the roof. Unless you want to be on TRT and feel depressed start taking roids at a young age. You are jacked happy and funny, this is what weight training does to you! Gives you confidence and makes you feel better. Keep up the good work man! ��

  • how can you be absolutely sure what works and what doesnt? I think half of the time we dont know whats really effective and what isnt, we just blunder through,thats why we have so much conflicting evidence of high volume vs low volume, full range vs partial, they both cant be right?

  • RDJ deserved a fucking Oscar for this performance. But the Libtards were too scared to give it to a white man playing a black man.

  • weighted carries like farmers walks build muscle even though the muscles involved aren’t going anywhere near their full range of motion, I think loading a lot of weight on to your body creates a signal to just get bigger, bones muscles tendons everything, if you walked around everyday with a 20kg weight vest on i’m sure your bones and calf muscles would have to adapt

  • I actually had to give up squats not because of my knees but my shoulders. Sounds crazy but I have a bad left shoulder that actually popped out of place because of the position too far behind my back.
    I eventually gave up all barbell movements just too many injuries. But one thing I learned is you can still get a good pump from dumbells and machines. I am also in my 50s so the years took its toll.

  • There was a bts video here on youtube of the “I’m the dude” scene that goes for like 15 minutes or so, it’s raw footage of just RDJ and Ben Stiller having fun with the script, it unfortunately got taken down (I’ve never seen it before I’m not sure if it’s Blu-Ray extra or something) and I can’t find it anywhere… the movie was already a top for me but seeing this made it ten times better.

  • Your advice is the best. Better than a lot of other youtubers. Most of them are rubbish. Your my number one for fitness /bodybuilding advice! ��

  • Yeah.. wow… I was going to ask about this last week, when I was considering reducing the amount of leg exercises prescribed in your 2-Day A program… as I kinda (like most) care more about upper body… another great video!!!

  • This is why i truly love and admire this company so much. And very grateful to stumble upon Mike Matthews on Youtube back in 2012. As always Legion FTW!

  • Why couldn’t you make it today? It’s absurd satire of how black characters are often cast and written. 5:24 6:50 is a prime example. No one is cancelling Robert Downey jr. or Ben Stiller. Lazy, unfunny and racist shit gets cancelled

  • The “right” range of motion is crucial for me because I’m 55 and have very long lower legs. So i squat low bar and concentrate on keeping the weight on my heels. JS

  • Man you are straight up awesome. Love the detailed guidance in your vids. Much needed after all this quarantine in the states and hitting back the gym again. Also great timing on more refreshing content, hope this channel grows a ton!

  • Saying Robert Downey jr. Is offensive for playing black face is the same as saying Jack Black is offensive for playing at Mexican in Nacho Libre

  • Conventional squats are no good for me, goblins work brilliant for me… yes can’t lift as much but can feel every muscle working and can contract muscles a lot better

  • There is also a “middle way”, a third way, to do it to add variation: 1.5 reppers. That is, you go down to the desired depth, deeper than often seen here but not ass to the grass, then go up halfway, then go down again then go up all the way. Just performing the 1.5 rep part in the most muscular taxing part of the movement but not to the point where it’s only occlusion going on (like pumping ONLY in that part).
    The difference in doing it this way is that you get a portion of full range in, BUT the weight is much, much lower than normal squats and the joints aren’t in nearly as much pain. Still the load will be greater than doing ONLY the partial part since that is getting closer to something that feels like occlusion training. Which by the way is not bad at all to do too, especially if you are or have been injured or is prone to injury in some movements. For me that is many press movements where Natural Galants way of doing it is absolutelly to the point. Same for dips.
    For other movements, well maybe as the finishing touch when at or close failure, but not for complex movements like the squat! Not for me and my body type anyway!

  • i will try and do heavyer squats with partial reps but it’s hard cuz i have a fractured ankle joint that fucked me up for life and i have pain everyday. How do you deal with a part of your body that has become weaker due to injury?