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Fish Oil New Year, New You: A Complete Better Body Workout & Diet Blueprint The New Year is here, which means everyone is reflecting on the past year and creating resolutions for this year. Plans and lists can be beneficial in achieving your goals but most people fail to adhere to them. We’ve created a new year blueprint for 5 different guys. Now, you might not fall into the exact mold, but pick the one you relate to closest and you’ll get a more personalized recommendation. In fact, about a third of New Year’s resolvers make weight loss their primary goal, and about 15% aim to begin an exercise program, suggests a small study John C. Norcross, PhD, professor of.

GMA is your destination to help you keep your New Year’s resolutions in 2020 from meal prep and diet plans to exercise and more. Video; diet, exercise and self-care to help you become your best self in the new year. Do this full-body workout by “Revenge Body” trainer Lacey Stone as you watch TV. Or, if you typically eat lunch at noon, work out mid day, and won’t be eating dinner until later that evening, a post-workout snack should be added as well. Heck, even if you don’t plan to workout mid-afternoon, if you eat an early lunch and can’t have dinner until 8 or 9 p.m., you should have a snack sometime in between to tide you over.

Get started today with 6 Easy Steps to Create Your Own Diet and Exercise Plan. No diet or workout program is one size fits all. You need to customize a fitness and diet routine that works for you. Follow these simple steps for free DIY diet and exercise planning to achieve your fitness and weight loss goals. The Men’s Health Muscle After 40 training program gives older guys the tools they need to build muscle and get more fit in the gym.

This is Phase 1, Week 1. New Year, Start Here: 7-Day Beginner Trainer and found the best methods to walk you through the first week of a fitness program. Follow these easy steps, and you’ll be well on your way to transforming your body.

You might still look and feel like a beginner, but you’ll have the knowledge, direction, and guidance to see you through your. I recommend completing 30 repetitions of each exercise throughout the workout. So on the upper body day, for example, you could complete 10 reps of.

Moms, we heard your sighs after glancing at those pre-pregnancy photos. Fitness model and mother Jamie Eason has been there and shares her insight into living and training as a fit-and-in-charge mom in this 12-week training program, complete with a three-week “intro” program you can start as soon as you get your doctor’s OK.She shows how to carve out the time to train, build a diet that will.

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Our three-month plan tackles the whole package with step-by-step cardio, weight and stretching routines that will give you a new body to go with the New Year.”

“Body Panic: Gender, Health, and the Selling of Fitness” by Shari L. Dworkin, Faye Linda Wachs
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The methods include setting reasonable goals, improving nutritional knowledge, decreasing calorie intake, exercising, modifying behavior, and tracking your progress (Manson et al., 2004; Underwood & Adler, 2004).

“Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth” by Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus
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Chapter 2 discusses how to design exercise programs to make desired changes to your body.

“Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple” by Pete McCall
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If I had a year to get ready for, say, the Mr. Olympia contest, I would spend the first six months emphasizing my weak body parts and merely maintaining my stronger muscle groups.

“Franco Columbu’s Complete Book of Bodybuilding” by Franco Columbu
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The methods include setting reasonable goals, improving nutritional knowledge, decreasing calorie intake, exercise, behavior modification, and tracking your progress (Manson et al., 2004; Underwood & Adler, 2004).

“Psychology and the Challenges of Life” by Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus
from Psychology and the Challenges of Life
by Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus
John Wiley & Sons, 2009

Finally, one option to consider (for Category 1 dieters especially) is to begin the short diet cycle with some high rep work (3-6 sets of 12-15 reps) at the very start of the diet to deplete muscle glycogen and enhance fat oxidation (see my Ultimate Diet 2.0 for more information on how to implement this).

“The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook: A Scientific Approach to Crash Dieting” by Lyle McDonald
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The bizarre thing is that the biweekly binges actually improved my body composition.

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I’m not fond of New Year’s Resolutions with their arbitrary start date of January 1, so I decided to begin my change that day by exercising for 30 minutes at home.

“Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.” by Stephen Guise
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I’ve started exercise regimens and diets and made New Year’s resolutions enough to prove my own lack of mastery over myself.

“Self Talk, Soul Talk” by Jennifer Rothschild
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In this program, I unveil a groundbreaking but simple plan for automatic weight loss.

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  • Bro can we talk cause im really lost, i totally understand everything u said and i already applied it for a while now but whats happening is very different… i would really appreciate if i have a quick conversation with u or with anyone that is very informed bout this.. please

  • It’s not only about all natural, difference on supplements etc, but it’s also the knowledge and essence to build an aesthetic body.

  • my goal is to gainweight and not necassarily to get ripped. so can i eat more but less workout? about 20-30minutes workout i mean. i actually did gained weight in 2017. from 49kg to 57/58kg in 3++months and that included 45minutes-1 hour workout for 4 times in a week. and what i can say is, to get muscle require more times. since i lost weight again and currently at 49/50kg back (well, after years of not eating well and workout ).my goal is only to reach decent weight not muscles. my question is that can an ectomorph gain weight without having to workout??

  • When Arnold not with laugh on his face he looks Terminator but he smile he just a gentle giant guy.
    Thank God he’s a man like to smile and laugh =)

  • I have 44kg weight bro but it usually goes up and down even tho i been eating more so that i get the surplus, i might be thinking of buying some mass gainers like serious mass is that even worth it?

  • If your a hard gainer an your already eating more than you usually do an your doing heavy weight low reps an still not gaining! What do you do��

  • The app is called GRAVITUS and currently it’s not available for Android. However they have a google form waitlist here

  • Get a free trial of my online studio and workout program here: �� Comment your goals for 2020 for a chance to win a month of my online studio free!! This is your year!! I am so excited to help you reach any of your goals, please let me know what would help you the most xx

  • Arnold.. through out the decades you have never revealed how you got your double head biceps…. will you take that to the grave, or will you ever tell us the secret exercise? the is a rumor online that you curled while inverted, but isn’t that already whats taking place with the concentration curl?

  • Really cool conversation…
    I want to hear from Zane about steroids and all that stuff…
    hard training is ok but it seems that they all used tons of drugs to get that far…

  • I’ve always heard it isnt the load or the impingement necessarily that hurts the upright row, it’s the fixed hand position that can either hurt wrist flexors in the forearm or the rotator cuff when your shoulder internally rotates to give clearance at the top since your hands can’t move apart. The counter I’ve heard is doing single or double arm dumbell upright rows (double arm for stability and slightly higher load, single for core and stabilizer engagement). Thoughts?

  • This is amazing. I am actually in school now for My bachelors in Health and Wellness, with Nutrition. And when I hear this information more and more, I get so excited to learn about it.
    My goal is to get very toned this year, and stay consistent with my diet. I tend to fluctuate with healthy foods and not the greatest ones!

    Let’s hope it’s a great year:)

  • Ill come everyweek to update if there is any improvements
    Day 1: Age: 15
    Weight: 53
    Height: 175
    No changes
    Week 2: Age 15:
    Weight: 52.2
    Height: 175
    Could clearly see changes, not alot, but its good as 1 week.
    Week 3:
    Same age
    gained 1kg
    Same height
    Could notice alot of changes, gettin a good shape, muscles, gettin stronger.

  • Do you have any tips on beginner workout on getting mass? Im trying to gain weight just like you, and im still trying to eat more but just dont have an appetite. Currently im trying to use mass protein, and still figuring out what work out that I should do

  • Lol. I’m 10 years old I’m 5 feet tall and I only weighs 77 pounds. Most kids in my grade arw like 4ft 7in they’re like my weight.

  • He is an inspiration when I train…..but sometimes I think THAT level is TOO MUCH.Discipline is ok, wightlifting is okay and I LOVE it.But what´s the purpose of having so much muscle apart from competing and showing it? It´s not even nice for most women.Having objectives is ok…but sometimes I feel that MANY people in the business are there to show others….”look at me I´m a champion….look at me I am so muscular….” That´s ok but I really don´t see any DEEP meaning in that…

  • Did anyone told you that you’re looking like a young version of the legend Paul Walker (RIP PAUL)… anyway I loved that video thanks for the advice

  • Seems like old fashion body builder has a better sculpture looking body. Modern body builder looks like lumps of muscles everywhere.

  • Working full body 5 days a week is only going to result in injury. Second off this all.depends on the individual, so this is not smart science, this is bro science.

  • This came up on my suggestion list despite not knowing anything about Mr Zane over recent years. I really really enjoy3d it. Great work.

  • I’ve been skinny through out my whole life and i feel insecure that i’m already 18 and i still look like an 8th grader. I’m 5’4, 90 lbs for years. Can you take mass shakes twice a day tho?

  • It doesn’t matter who we are, Frank Zane, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone. We just can’t stop getting old and lose our beautiful physiques. Wonder how it must feel for Frank to see how age destroyed his God like physique. I hate getting old. Wish we could somehow stop it in its tracks.

  • Seeing jeff struggle on bicep curls is actually nice cause you realize he’s human and has that same breaking point where the rep is tough

  • In reality, nobody gives a good f about this guy, just tell us your Arnold stories. Throw in one or two about big Lou and then gtfo

  • If u can or have Arnold’s ability and u can do better naturally with Arnold’s spirit but everyone hated you because u have better potential u stopped

  • I want to gain weight but I don’t want it to be with fats.
    Once I checked with professional, they told me that I need to reduce 1kg of fats and gains more kilos of weight.

  • Wow this is actually pretty help thank you so much for just good tips. I watched many other videos but those just didnt help at all but i feel like i might be able to gain a good amount of weight

  • I want to gain 20 kg in 3 months. I’ve seen that’s possible. My question is: what percentage of the total food I eat in a day should be represented by carbs? ( I am an ectomorph )

  • Bro this is such an informative video, Thankyou. But I can’t be the only one that farts 24/7 when I’m trying eat more than what I usually eat ��

  • Cool. However, every time I’ve tried to work out like that, without using steroids, I’ve gotten steadily weaker due to overtraining. It works super well when on a cycle, though.

  • Arnold’s body was so good that people really think he wasnt 100% natural. I get you guys you losers. You cant get something you just think its impossible.

  • Subtitles ” I am here with your wife, Gordan”
    What he actually said, “I am here with the whiteboard and…”
    AI fail at its finest!

  • Sure but lets not overlook the amount of dedication it takes just to eat right. Not only did he push himself to the max everyday at the gym, but when he wasnt at the gym, he was eating exactly what he needed to, maybe more, but never less. Can yall imagine how many calories he had to put in his body everyday to keep these results consistent??

  • A goal I have for 2020 is to continue thriving in my full time schooling, continue to successfully maintain having 2 part time jobs and living on my own. All the while eating vegan (as I have been for 3 years) and toning my abs and booty! 1 month free trial of bbfit would be lovely.
    Thank you for all of your great content!

  • I actually can’t believe that you replied every single comment…..
    That’s so nice of you….and thanks for making this video
    Love you bro��❤
    I hope you reply to this one…

  • Missed the Vlogs! Love this topic and everything about starting fresh in the new year. I’m so excited that I’m apart of BBFIT this year ���� Im already seeing a difference and can’t wait to see what 2020 brings ��

  • I loved this video bails! I already have bbfit (which is the best!) but some of my goals this year is to not stress out so much and take a breather! Lol. Also to love myself completely and I know I have to work on that since there are days when I don’t love myself. I loved the quote you said at the endit’s not a sprint it’s a journey ����. You’ve helped me so much over this past year. Love you so much ��

  • It is extremely difficult to maintain 5 days fullbody routine especially for natural builders.You will FAIL on the third day.Muscles have no recovery time,muscles cannot rest which is important for Muscle-Protein synthesis.Less sets and less demanding workouts may be feasible but you wont be lift a lot of weight due to gradual fatigue.A rest day b/W Total body compound workout is recommended for best gains.

  • I’ve decided to gain weight this is my plan (feel free to comment) also I’m 17

    10:00=Wake up and have breakfast

    13:00=Eat a snack

    14:45=Eat lunch

    16:30=Eat a snack

    18:10=Eat another snack

    20:00=Eat dinner

    22:00= Eat final snack

    Ima keep everyone posted every week starting now but ima post my weight gain next week please comment if u would

  • Love this video thank you, what a great start to the year. One of my goals this year is to become stronger and just simply focus on my health and being happy with my body and in my own skin☺️ Love your videos❤️

  • What is the final gain vs a lambda man of 78. It is the way? for the very health?
    My father is a no no no sportive of 78, but is shape is better!

  • Love you Bailey, Happy New Year!! My goal is to stay consistent with health and working out especially during my finals which are going to start in april!! Thank you so much for all the tips and your yt workouts! I already used your instagram reflexion tips to refelct 2019 and it was really nice! I guess reflecting is also a goal for 2020 since I’ve notes that I forget so many of my amazing memories.. ����

  • Hi Bailey! I’m a member on the BBFit website and would like to try this workout but can’t seem to find it…. can you provide a link? or the full name of the workout? Thanks!!!

  • Im a 12 year old who always eats alot,I gain weight but people can still see my chest bones.How do i get fatter,also my arms are soo skinny and i eat rice because im filipino and live in the Philippines.I have been insecure about my body because instead of people supporting me they always say “you should eat alot more,you look too skinny” even if i do eat alot and gain weight the changes are un-noticable.Can you give some tips please.I have been trying to gainweight since i was in 2nd grade and that was 5 years ago.

  • Oh my stars Bailey I so needed this info! your workouts are great and work wonders…I am soooo sore afterward! Food looks delish thank you!��

  • Frank makes a point that many in the gym don’t seem to understand…striking up a conversation while one is focused and concentrating on a particular muscle and exercise, and these inconsiderates act like I’m the inconsiderate one because I asked them, politely, to wait until I am finished with my set!

  • I still can’t get over Zane trying to claim natty. I generally don’t respect liars. He did have arguably the best physique ever though, I’ll give him that.

  • As a teenager I spent most of my summer days in Santa Monica. At one time or another I saw Arnold, Zane, Draper, Zabo and many other bodybuilders at the beach near the original Gold’s Gym in Venice. IMO, Larry Scott was the best… absolutely stunning physique.

  • I admired his god like physique back in the late 60’s. But thought he must be a total flake with his shaded glasses he used to wear. Boy, was i wrong, highly educated and supremely disciplined. But he wasn’t a natural bodybuilder and what he advises is not going to work for everyone. Interesting how his voice dies off to unintelligible and then he roars back. Maybe a technique from his teaching days. I believe he almost died from the accident he mentioned. Zane was also one of the greatest posers ever.

  • Hi Bailey! You mention in your video that you send out a weekly workout schedule to the people signed up for your program, how do I get on that list? I am subscribed to your program but I have not received a weekly schedule. Thanks!

  • Frank was my inspiration when I was pumping iron as a teenager in the early and mid 1970’s. I didn’t like Arnold or franco. Frank Zane was an artist who used his body as a canvas. Ahh, the days of eagerly awaiting the latest copy of “Ironman” magazine…They were good times. I miss the 1970’s…

  • That’s probably the most intellectual insight into bodybuilding I have ever listened to. Frank Zane is an absolute national treasure. I wish him many many more healthy and happy years!

  • Shoutout to Eric for the amazing workout and words of wisdom! Hope you guys enjoy the more “behind the scenes style” video. Got a few more on the way ����

  • I love your workouts <3 I’ve been doing them for over a month now, and I definitely see results. I’m completely sure that I will achieve my 2020 goals with your videos which makes me even happier watching them and doing the workouts. Love you and kisses from Germany

  • I have atopic eczema and I have to eat a particular diet now my weight decreased I want to become fatter as I am way skinnier for my age what food do you recemond as If i eat foods not prescribed by my doctor my flare-ups may increase. Also thx for the tips also you earned a new sub

  • 1976 1983 were great years in professional bodybuilding- the best years….with Frank Zane leading the way. The bad-ass winner of the Mr. Olimpia contest 3 yearslegitimately. Not politically. Frank Zane!!! The WINNER Of the Mr. Olimpia contests 1977-78 & 79. DamnFrank Zane is the ruler and badass of all bodybuilders. The master…. of it all.

  • Thanks for the awesome, inspirational video! Great tips! My goal is to finally crack the code to discover the right balance between food and exercise so that I see weight loss results and body toning. Here’s to 2020!

  • You know, out of all the Mr. Olympias, Frank is the only one I’d want to look like, if I really started hitting the gym for real. Aesthetics is a lost art form in this industry.

    I wouldn’t want to look like Arnold, not Lou. Lee Haney, maybe. And definitely forget anything after Dorian (no disrespect to Dorian and the mass monster, but, no). Just too big.

  • Zane is powerful at manifesting his reality and placing his intention. People would do well to pay close attention to this part from 21:33 to 23:26. He’s basically teaching us how to create our own reality through spoken word. Guy was light-years ahead of all that SECRET crap. A true sage of the mystic arts.

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger is all time better than ronnie,but to me I always thought you jay looked better and fuller than ronnie,I would always message you for advice,never heard back from you, but you was competing still and I always dreamed of lifting with you.Jay Cutler is best bodybuilder and human being of all times.keep the inspiration,

  • Im super skinny. My height is 5’9. And i am not sporty or I’m not into workout. But i decided recently to start jogging and push ups/sit ups. Is it good for me?

  • Look at old Frank Zane compared to old Ronnie Coleman. Ronnie is great but he looks like shit, all his organs are shot, joints destroyed, skin ugly as fuck. Too much steroids. Zane looks amazing even in his late 70’s.

  • No question he is the best ever, forget the 300lb monsters, this is the guy. I’ve been a fan from the age of 14, the fist time i saw him, i thought fuck me look at that guy!!! I’m 59 now and still have that same magazine, he was the cover pic that i bought at 14…..

  • what about eating 4 times a day?
    i did it works nothing bad just works if somebody can’t complete his/her full meal
    i was eating fish or chicken or……. in the 4rth meal

  • Hi there, excellent exercises….Elsa was doing great all of the time till end with a beautiful smile and as for the African guy he was exhausted right from the plank. I’m sure he’s a heavy drunker which is causing him to tired early and his armpits are ugly…
    My vote for you and Elsa love you ��

  • Okay, he lost me at living his life by dreams and omens. I wonder if he foresaw looking like Burgess Meredith in his last appearance in Rocky V as an apparition?

  • Thanks for this! Frank Zane is my favorite bodybuilder. I love Arnold, but for my money, Frank Zane had the best body in bodybuilding, ever. It’s good to see him healthy, calm, cool and collected at his age. I’m going to watch the other interview now.

  • And I will surely apply this wonderful exercises but due to this pandemic covid19 I couldn’t go to play ground for morning walk �� but I am inspired from bowflex❤thanks bowflex❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • Hey dude. I know this is your 2nd interview with the great Frank zane. But, the 3rd time you meet him, ask him really intellectual questions, you must really dig his brain because he is an artist, a guy who focuses on improving his IQ, EQ etc. So, if you ask him howz it like to hang out at Muscle beach, who were ur friends etc in 1950s/60s. I do understand that you’re asking him questions but not at his calibre, u r asking him fundamental qns for the sake of social media like a 20s teenage kid! Here are sample questions: What was your mindset coming in to the 1977 Mr O? After ur accident following up to the 1980 Mr O, what made you even bounce back? What made u open Zane haven & make it different from other bodybuilding teachers?

  • Hi Tom and ur lovely crew, it is so inspiring what u do and how u all guys make us do the things with u. thanx to u and ur team for helping us developing our lives and our health!!! greets from germany urs mathias

  • Some foods you would recommend that contain a proper amount of proteïn? I have no clue what to eat yet i am trying proteïn shakes already

  • When he says “I am Arnold Schwarzenegger” in the subtitles was writting “im emma watson” Hahahaha,(sorry for my english) Good video

  • I love the way you handle excuses! I will start implementing that when I feel myself making excuses. My goals are to get stronger and strengthen my mind-body connection, forming the healthiest relationship with my body that I can. I’ve already come a long way, and watching your work out videos is where it started for me, with your approach to fitness. I started thinking more in terms of how I feel, not how I look.

  • Time schedule
    Intro 0:01
    Explaining how to gain weight 0:30
    First tip 3:15
    Second tip 3:57
    Third tip 4:49

    Share your story on gaining weight in the comments, I reply to everyone!


  • when i saw arnold in pumping iron and conan he had a big impact on me and i wished
    become a little like him! because Arnold is the best and unreachable!

  • Full body’s are for weightlifters. Splits are for the competitive bodybuilders.
    Both are beneficial depending on YOUR personal goals.
    That’s what I was taught.

  • Your videos have inspired my old, out of shape truck driving ass to get back into the gym. Thank you very much for the informative videos you make. It’s been really hard physically but even more difficult on the mental side of it. Discouraged alot but not going to give up!!

  • I notice my back rounding a little when I try to get deep on my leg press. How dangerous is letting it round a little bit to get the full range of motion compared to cutting it short a few inches. I feel like I am cheating or not getting all I can out of it when I do not get more depth. Never really thought about it being dangerous until I heard you in this video. lol

  • so with the full body split 5x a week, should i still bench, squat,deadlift each twice a week heavy or no? like should i squat heavy on monday and thursdays, bench heavy tuesdays and fridays, etc?

  • Frank was the smallest mr. Olympia in terms of frame and week but he had no weak points in his muscularity and his symmetry he’s one of the best of all time

  • Still, remember back in 2010 when visiting a Poliquin Workshop how he praised neck training! And at the same time straight out threaten everyone in the group that if he’ll see them post it in their Youtube media or other socials he would ruin their careers… o_O

  • Jeff, if I buy your 5 day full program, will it be effective if I can only run it 3x per week? Or would I have to adjust the volume per muscle per day slightly higher?

  • Great that the focus is evidence based

    Being popular online is no measure whatsoever of anything however…not talent,quality,fact nor skill…
    …usually it is down to money spent by those marketing the content…

    However,whilst this speaker mentions “popularity” he nevertheless goes on to site evidence as his focus…which reassures us of his integrity

  • Hey your book on hypertrophy is 3 day full body workout, should I switch it to 5?? 2 days off in a row for rest or split it during the week??? Anybody have solid advice

  • It does make me wonder why these great athletes stop training all together. I’m nearly 50 and still training strong and still enjoy training. I’ve also been training since age of 8 and competed at national level in certain sports but never competed in bodybuilding only because I didn’t feel comfortable in underwear on stage. But why do they just stop? Is it because they fall outta love or something else?

  • I’d be very interested to know the levels of igf in the bloodstream after such workouts, compared to more common splits with more volume per session

  • Full body x 5 lol
    Ya won’t sustain that for long.
    Even factoring age alone this will not be practicle and otherwise voiding injury a complete watse of time

  • It’s stupid. There’s no differences in the frequency of training as long the volume is maintained. That show the last scientific evidence.