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5 best strength training workouts for beginners. How much weight should I lift? The 9 best strength training exercises. How to know you’re doing an exercise properly (form checks) Strength training for weight loss. “Just TELL ME what strength program I should do.”. Strength training can be intimidating for beginners, but the benefits can’t be beaten: more muscle, higher calorie burn, stronger bones and joints, better endurance, and reduced risk of injury during another workout..

Remember to pair strength workouts with cardio as you plan your exercise routine, and try these tips and top-tier strength training exercises for beginners when you’re ready. Erector spinae. The erector spinae is a back muscle that extends your trunk. It helps you stand up straight after bending over. Rectus abdominis. When you bend forward, you use an abdominal muscle called the rectus abdominis. It’s known as the “six pack” muscle.

Obliques. Your internal oblique. Strength training can be difficult to grasp to a beginner. They see guys in the gym benching 225 and deadlifting 405 and get overwhelmed by how hard it must be to get there. To tell you the truth, it’s not really that difficult. This workout routine is designed to build strength and utilizes exercises and 5 Day Strength Training Workout Routine for Beginners Read More ». (If you think this is still too hard—no shame!—instead, try this super-basic strength training plan that uses workout balls, light dumbbells, and bodyweight moves to build a strength base.) You’ll need: Two sets of dumbbells (3 to 5 pounds and 8 to 12 pounds) or a set of resistance bands.

At-home workout routine. Whether you’re a seasoned expert or new to strength training, working out at home is a great option when you can’t get to the gym or need a change of pace. For a beginner’s workout to be effective, the full-body program should incorporate high-volume training, increased intensity, and workout splits to achieve significant muscular gains, also known as hypertrophy. This will help you build muscle size and strength.

The Department of Health and Human Services recommends incorporating strength training exercises for all major muscle groups into a fitness routine at least two times a week. Precede all workouts with a 5to 10-minute warmup of your choice. A dynamic warmup and soft tissue work ( like foam rolling ) is preferred.

When only a number is given for reps (i.e., 50 reps or 100 reps), do as many sets as it takes to achieve the rep count, resting as little as possible. The 7 Best Exercises to Build Brute Strength. 7. J.J.

Miller for Men’s Fitness. Just because some people just have it doesn’t mean you can hone it, with the right training routine. “The.

List of related literature:

This book is great for learning the basics of strength training.

“Mother Daughter Wisdom” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
from Mother Daughter Wisdom
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Hay House, 2006

These routines, like all the sample routines in this book, are only a guide to the possibilities for a diversified workout.

“Sculpting Her Body Perfect” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Sculpting Her Body Perfect
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2008

While all exercise programs should consider the five training principles detailed earlier in this chapter, progressive overload and exercise specificity are the two crucial elements for this exercise mode as well as osteoporosisrelated programs to be effective.

“Osteoporosis” by Robert Marcus, David W. Dempster, Jane A. Cauley, David Feldman
from Osteoporosis
by Robert Marcus, David W. Dempster, et. al.
Elsevier Science, 2013

Table 13-2 Sample Year-Round Conditioning Plan Type of Conditioning Example Frequency In-season Strength training Select 4–6 exercises (such as bench press, push-ups, arm curls, shoulder press, leg extensions, leg curls, and pull-ups) and do each one for 2 sets of 12–16 reps.

“Wrestling For Dummies” by Henry Cejudo, Philip J. Willenbrock, Ed.D.
from Wrestling For Dummies
by Henry Cejudo, Philip J. Willenbrock, Ed.D.
Wiley, 2012

Specific recommendations for strength training are based on age, sex, body composition, and emotional/physical maturity (Zwolski et al., 2016).

“School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text” by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
from School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text
by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
F. A. Davis Company, 2019

These five exercises are the best ofthe best.

“Runner's World Complete Book of Running: Everything You Need to Run for Weight Loss, Fitness, and Competition” by Amby Burfoot
from Runner’s World Complete Book of Running: Everything You Need to Run for Weight Loss, Fitness, and Competition
by Amby Burfoot
Rodale Books, 2009

In The UltraMind Solution Companion Guide (www.ultramind.com/guide), I have provided a more comprehensive exercise program including further guidelines for aerobic conditioning, a special energy-boosting type of aerobic exercise called interval training, muscle building or strength training, and a stretching program.

“The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First” by Mark Hyman
from The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First
by Mark Hyman
Scribner, 2008

This is where the art and science of developing a strength training program come into play, because the principles of training specificity and progressive overload need to be balanced with individual needs, goals, and abilities.

“Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine” by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine
by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
SAGE Publications, 2010

This book offers detailed instructions for dozens of exercises and plenty of ideas for designing your own workouts.

“Weight Training For Dummies” by Liz Neporent, Suzanne Schlosberg, Shirley J. Archer
from Weight Training For Dummies
by Liz Neporent, Suzanne Schlosberg, Shirley J. Archer
Wiley, 2011

Specific recommendations for youth starting with strength training can be found in the review articles of Behm et al. [47] and, more recently, Faigenbaum et al. [34].

“Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications” by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
from Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications
by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
Springer International Publishing, 2018

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  • Excellent workout. Great for people that have are just starting out after being inactive. Perfect wake up routine. No long warm up or lengthy circuit.

    If you close your ��, you would swear it’s Dax Shepard talking.

  • Trying to glow up during quarantine. I’ve been doing cardio and HITT workouts this whole time and now I realize that I have to incorporate strength training as well lol

    For my first strength training workout, this was a great experience. Great video!����

  • I’m obviously late on this, but thank you for this workout. I’m fairly new to working out. I’ve done 2 other work out routines. First a 6 week. And the last one was a 4 week. All total body. I just finished day one of this routine. Hell yes!! I feel it more than any other workout. Awesome work buff dudes! Keep it up.

  • You are just awesome! You’re relatable informative and fun! And the exercises are great, I have had serious problems in the past and have rebuilt myself physically and these are DOABLE AND WORK����������

  • Hello I have a question. So during the workout on 6:17 I have pretty bad jaw strain. I have to do a little worse neck posture to not hurt my jaw. I’m just curious if anybody else is having this, or how I could reduce the strain.

  • Hasfit, I wish you would redo this workout exactly as it is in your new professional style. I feel like all the essentials are in this one and I didn’t find one on your channel yet that is similar to this.

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  • Hey guys, great video. New fan. I have not lifted weights in 15 or so years. Dad bod set in big time. I am purchasing your new super hero book. In the meantime while I wait for it to come in. How do you recommend selecting a starting weight for each of the 5×5 exercises? Should i just start with an empty bar? Thanks!

  • Me: mom, i had a lot of change by doing this for 30 days
    Mom: what change??
    Me: nothing much….just broke my elbow bone and lower back
    Mom:����(THUG LYF)…

  • Recognizing your disclaimers, are all of these exercises suitable for a healthy 80 year old without injury? They look great and these bands will make workouts much easier, more consistant as mentioned and less in between time than trying to tie the full length resistance bands. You had used them once before for one exercise but haven’t felt justified in buying them for one exercise. I suppose I could also use them for “walking” exercises. Could you perhaps do that type of video if you agree with the value? I really like the way you start exercise with a small number of reps and then increase. I guess it is a mental thing, but I am more inclined to do small goals and advance as I recognize my progress. Thx.

  • I’ve been using perform better bands and 2 have snapped already (green and blue) therefore I like that your recommendation includes life time guarantee

  • I’ve been doing this every other day. Does anyone have recommendations for something to do on the off days? I know muscles need to rest but I am usually feeling energized enough to want to keep doing something. Trying to build muscle. Thanks!

  • What exactly is Custokebon Secrets? How does this thing really work? I see a lot of people keep on speaking about this popular weight loss method.

  • This video is incredibly helpful so thank you. But I just wanted to clarify, when you said that your knees shouldn’t go past your toes, you meant only with this exercise (the band side squat)? And why?

  • I havent worked out in 2 months and my physique is better than this so called trainer he dont even got shoulder muscles and where the lats at. Looks like a water bottle and I ain’t even tryna be mean

  • This workout is awesome. Most workout videos My knees hurt really bad, but this one I was able to squat to chair and split lunge. Yeah!

  • Thank you for this…I don’t know why I chose your dumbbell workout out of all that were offered here on YT but it looks easy enough for one to build base on/with…. I’m gonna try this as of 01/07/2020 and will revert with results on 01/08/2020…I wanna incorporate it into my running,cycling,golf and skipping session so I build a better defined upper body…just a quick Advice from you or anyone who’s a bodybuilder,I see you’re using lightweights,to be quiet honest,it looks like they’re not doing their job since they are of a lighter weight,I’ve heard before that when you start with lifting weights,it’s always advisable to start very light and work yourself up gradually, now I have stackable Dumbbells,should I start doing less reps with heavier weights or do more reps with Lighter weights…your response will be greatly appreciated.��✌������

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  • This is extremely legit guys, I hav done this workout circuit for 2 months and can see my muscles developing so fast. Major health sites say that one should do 2-3 reps of a workout for 15-20 mins, and this provides it..just blindly follow this and see the results, amazing!

  • First work out with y’all, it was great!! I’m just getting back into working out and I love the modification options. I had varying weights available depending on the exercise and it was definitely a perfect full body strength work out, I feel very productive ��✌️♥️

  • does this work with in the tummy? to have a abs? and im using 5lb only and im 14 rn is it okay? someone want to reccomend me how much lb should i lift?

    (sorry for my grammar)

  • Found this during lockdown, just did it at the gym.

    I experienced the 5 stages of beginneer post work out:

    1) Shock Why do I feel amazing but terrible at the same time.
    2) Denial I feel great, the fact my nerves are on fire is a positive thing.
    3) Bargaining We can walk home but on the way we can get a KFC.
    4) Refeed I must eat all the things
    5) Collapse I am going to sleep until my next workout.

  • i started today! lets see. i wonder how many times a week should I do this? im 44, brisk walk for an hour and today i added this. please advise

  • Ok I’m in guys. Following this beginners plan and seeing where it takes me.
    For the record, i love the way you guys are super engaged but not overly intense as to drive off us flabby farts.
    It’s gonna be a ride!��

  • Easily one of my favorite workout videos on YouTube (trust me, I’ve done a lot and I only stick to this one). It’s not hard which is great for beginners and those who don’t wanna push their bodies to the limit.

  • Just did this workout for the 1st time and I loved it! Great addition to my morning routine. Will continue to visit your channel!! Xo

  • I’m working from home. almost working 11 hours a day. that’s the only thing I’m doing. my buttocks all the way down to my ankle is in so much pain. is it from sitting down. I have computer desk job. also my neck and hang hurt.

  • I just found your channel a couple days ago I love your step by step on how to position yourself I also wanted to know how can I go about ordering one of those head cushion you have thank you

  • Started yesterday. Excited to get into the real meat and potatoes of it. I got the book and I love it, you guys did an incredible job at laying everything out!

  • Thanks to you buff dudes I have lost 50lbs since the beginning of the year. Your breakdown of the exercises is particularly helpful. I am well on my way to my goal for loosing 100 lbs THANK YOU!

  • Question: My goal is to lose 25lbs. I started eating healthy (meal preps) and have been walking 3 miles every other day. I’m confused on what I should be doing besides walking…where do I start? I’m assuming this would be a great video for building some muscle? How often should I be walking and doing exercises? Any guidance is greatly appreciated. ❤️

  • Do these bands wrk good for bringing back individual toe movement? My entire right side has partial paralysis(stroke).also would it be wise to use ems devices to help stimulate muscles from your butt,all the way to the foot/ankle? I do weight training 5-7 days,my upper right side has almost fully recovered, but my whol leg needs serious wrk,alot of the muscles/brain to body connection is lost, or unresponsive. I know that I need to build up my foot/ankle,to get the rest of my leg working on the right track.I went to basic 6 months after having a stroke,that was a walkin the park compared to trying to get my toes/foot to function normally lol.

  • There’s no particular exercise for abs in those 3 days. Is training them not that important for the beginners or should I hit those muscles in addition to your program?

  • I have been doing a lot of bridges to stringent my glutes. Stretching hams and IT bands too. This is a great video! I have noticed muscle spasms and balance issues the the last 5 years and I am hoping if I work harder it will help those issues. Yes I have seen PT and she said strengthen core and glutes. Thank you!

  • Gosh I thought my glutes were pretty strong, but they really woke up after doing the bridge, the clam and the fire hydrant! Also love the concept of resistance bands for travelling. Thanks again Dr Jo!

  • I’m struggling to do the exercises even without the resistance bands. I must have really weak glutes.. but I’ll order some of those bands

  • When i started, i did Claudia’s modification with three lb weights and couldn’t finish the workout. Today, i did the Coach’s version with 5 lb weights and finished! Progress! Thank you so much HASFit! You are awesome!

  • Happy New Year! We’re starting off with our “Beginner’s Stage” from our SUPERHERO PLAN ( GRAB IT HERE: http://bit.ly/buffsuperhero ) and will be going through each stage week by week. If you’re following along, good luck! And feel free to make suggestions on what content you’d like to see in the series. STAY BUFF. -Hudson & Brandon

  • Great exercise for glute strength! Your videos have helped a ton while rehabbing some knee pain from running, great advice as always!

  • Can I do skull crushers pulling towards my face while belly down on a bench instead of what is shown because I’ve got a tendency for my shoulder+elbow to dislocate and I don’t want to crush my skull

  • Hi DoctorJo, I have Joint Hypermobility syndrome that sometimes my hips and my knees are partial dislocated, can I do a glute bridge exercise? Is this exercise safe for my hips and knee joint?

  • Why does my hardest lvl resistant band not much of a challenge for me? Also how can I make my latex band not slide down when doing kick backs? I don’t want to buy fabric bands since I just bought my latex ones.

  • Hello, excellent videos! Do you have any exercises for the inner thighs with these elastic bands? I just bought them but I can’t think of any exercises that involves inner thighs. Thanks again.

  • These bands are a whole new area for me to try out. I like the look of this routine. Do you know if ok for OA? Are these moves prolapse friendly?

  • Just got my husband this book for our anniversary and the fact that you autographed it makes it even more amazing! He highly respects you two! You two rock! Thanks for changing our lives and never change your videos or amazing personalities!! Much love!

  • Omg I’m in love ❤️�� not only are you inspiring and motivating but you’re just awesome!! I’m going to give your beginners’ plan a go for the gains I’ve been looking for �� hoping to still keep running in between workout days.

  • i dont like working out. so been doing 500mg of test enthenate. ive gained over 15lbs of muscle and have filled out nicely just from watching youtube

  • I’m a Guy 23 years old and new at All that gym stuff. And i hate going there by myself. I have very low self esteem. And dont wanna be that Guy tabt just goes around not Knowing what to do. I go All Day sucking my belly in because i am a little overweight. I hate that my gut i longer out then my chest. And i cant Seem to male a proper workout plan at all allthough i just started to watch your videos and all that. Yes i am a little more clever in how to do some of the stuff. But the motivation is insanely low and blah blah blah. I just dont know what to do.
    Sorry og my grammar is bad im from Denmark ��

  • Watched the video, Immediately went to Bench press. Mind blown, i think Ive been doing it wrong for the last 20 years. Thank you for the great videos, Just ordered the Super Hero Book. Have any Buff dude stickers for me to slap on the rack?

  • Bent over rows? Are you for real? And you call yourself trainers? Way to break the backs of anyone going to the Gym for the first time.
    I’ve been subscribed for years following and trusting your guidance. After seeing that Bent Over Row I’ve lost all trust. I don’t want to break my back. I’ve unsubscribed.

  • That might be a new video segment for you, is how to workout with bad knees, blown discs in the back, I know a lot of lifters that have blown out their shoulders, so any help you give is greatly appreciated.

  • I enjoyed this workout alot. I haven’t worked out in like 4-5 years. Ive always been skinny about 120-125 lb. And wanted to gain a bit more weight to start my work outs. I am now at 138-140 lb. And ive finally decided this week to start working out again. Want to push for my goals and not give up on myself. Keep pushing man and thanks ��. Ill post up my before an after pics in a few month. Thanks again

  • “And if there is a death metal band called skull crushers, those motherfuckers better have some damn good triceps.” hahaha that had me dyin!

  • I’m a skinny 17 year old guy who’s metabolism is pretty fast so I have a hard time putting on weight. Will this routine, the 5×5, help me put on muscle? While following a diet of course.

  • This helped so much, I’ve been putting off floor work exercises so ages, and your video was really helpful and taught me a lot. Thankyou

  • Hello I have being doing the exercises in the video for a month and now they seem easy when I do them. Witch video do you recommend me to do after this. I’m a girl

  • Love compound movements but unless you’re already used to high volumes of compound movements, 5×5 is a bit much for most beginners. Stick to 3×5 and increase intensity (weight) first before increasing volume. And go heavy enough that you need at least 2 or 3 minutes to recover.

  • This is s great video. For beginners I would recommend benching on the rack where the pins can catch a missed rep. Also backing into the rack to rerack the overhead press is not as safe as going in face first.

  • Back squats are fantastic…. but not for beginners….. If you don’t have strength in your stabilizers you’re going to blow out your joints and back. Back squats should be progressed into first.

  • I did this yesterday. It was nice and slow but I sweated a lot. Honestly, i was about to give up during the push up but i managed to do it! Thanks for the video

  • Lets say, My maximum bench press is 20 kilo, 10 on the both side, and I can only make it just 10 reps on failure. How should i organize my sets. What i am doing now, is 3 sets of 12-10-8 reps weights 5-7.5-10 kilo, am i doing it right. i am complete beginner, never went to gym in my life, this is the first time

  • Okay so I am 17 years old and I weigh 132-lb skin in bones this is my first day trying this video I will update after 2 months see if I gain weight or not

  • i know i wont get an answer here but hope i do lol.. im a fat guy trying to shred the fat so would you reccomend 5×5 OR 3×5 as im obviously in a calorie deficit and energy levels wont be as high?? any advice is appreciated.. thank you

  • Loving your videos. Am currently in intensive PT for severe gluteal muscle(s) atrophy and lower leg muscles atrophy. I never knew my 20 year history of sciatica could lead to such a problem. I’ve told my Doc for at least 5 years (annual physical) “it hurts when I sit”. He usually had no comment tho one year he did ask me if I’d tried a pillow. Duh. The muscles in my lower leg have also been atrophied for the same period. Now I can’t walk far, drive far or sit long. I was walking 3 miles a day almost every day prior to this.
    Anyway, I noted for at least 6-7 years my right foot was inverted when I walked. I was having calf pain so on my daily walk two months ago I purposefully walked with my foot everted for a half mile. I was amazed when foot then was walking straight. However I then developed distension in the lower leg which remains. It becomes painful (burning) with my exercises which I do 3 hours total every day. No ankle or knee edema. The distention is apparently from water within the muscle itself. This is all before I began PT.
    I’m awaiting a neurology appt in 3 months.
    Sorry so long, I’m just wondering if you have encountered a problem like this and what your recommendations might be,

  • Good video, I have had a rough time Stabilizing my left side butt,hip and low back for about a year now, there’s a lot of cracking when I do my stretches. Is there any other exercises you would recommend me doing for stabilizing and strengthening this areas? Thank you!

  • 10/7/20. Day one workout done. Will try this at least one session per day. I started my diet 3 weeks ago. Feeling better. Will update again

  • Great info I learned from that Mountain DOg guy… re: calf gains… So, with the idea of “push vs pull” you kno… antagonistic and protagonistic, balanced movement for a holistic result. Not only do calf raises, but weighted toe lifts… he sed he got the best calf gains of his life hittin that aspect up as well.

  • Lost 20 lbs in last 2 months, been in and out of gyms most my life but now that I’m back into it I am thoroughly enjoying this Buff Dudes workout video. Keeping it simple and effective has inspired me greatly in my journey. Keep up the awesome work guys. I don’t overthink the gym now, I simply follow the BD’s and I know my physique will be in great shape in time. I also really appreciate the technique explanations. Stay buff.

  • Just graduated from your 16-minute beginner workout to this one! Hard workout today but your positive attitudes and the straight forward moves make it easier. Thanks!!

  • I have a question. I have a bench a db set 0-52 lbs a pull-up bar and a bow flex. I can’t do squats or deadlifts. Can you recommend substitutes for those 2? Or maybe variations?

  • I started this because I want to get stronger but I don’t really enjoy weight lifting. This was great as a first class and you guys helped to keep me motivated. I had trouble near the end of the second set, but it sets my goal for the next workout to be able to complete all sets.

  • When considering eating healthy, you have to never fall victim to modern fad diets. Extreme diet plans are a danger for your health, especially ones that seriously limit your every day nutritional intake. Many of these fad diets work for a short period of time and then the benefits decrease after a while. You should search Custokebon Secrets on google as it is not just another fad diet where you starve yourself.

  • Been doing this three times a week for almost three weeks and I am so much stronger. I no longer pant going up stairs and my body doesn’t hurt just sitting anymore. I’ve lost almost 10 pounds combining this with a 30 minute bike cycling HIIT exercise five times a week. Thank you guys for posting this online for free, I feel like a new person:)

  • What kind of weight range should you look at for progression? Say you wanted to do a 5×5 over 4 or 6 weeks, what % of your 1RM would you start with and work to?

  • Hi there! Thanks for this great video! I’m a 29 year old female, have always been reasonably fit but barely exercised for 5 years due to mental health. Also have never had strong arms! I’m enjoying this sequence and finding it a good level for me, but what weight dumbbells do you recommend? I am currently using 1.5kg and I don’t feel I’m working enough. I know it will be hard to advise with minimal info but just wondered if you had any general ideas. Thanks!

  • Due to corona virus i decided to stay indoors for safety and here i am doing this. I’m weighing 74 kilos, 26 years old and 153cm in height. According to my BMi i’m obese and i’m prone to sick �� I’m hoping to do this everyday! Cheer me gals!!! �� �� ��

    Day 1: time checked 10.34pm. Okay, that’s awesome! I Survived and believe that my body will sore in pain, see you tomorrow. Goodnight!!!

    Day 2: I already did other exercise earlier for 40 minutes and I played 1 hour badminton so I won’t be able to do this now. I hope to get back soon! Aja!

    Day 3: My whole body is screaming in pain. I decided to took the break today and be right back tomorrow. See you!!! �� �� ��

    Day 4: I’m back. I already did this and it was a good one. I feel so energetic today. My body is in good condition. See you again! ��


  • I’m new to the gym, and would like to build strength and size! Should I buy the superhero plan, the bulking plan, or the 12 weeks plan?

  • I started going to the gym again last week after a few months but I’m afraid to lift the bar I feel like I’m going to drop it on myself or that I won’t be able to lift it any tips for me?

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  • I’m homeschooled and want to play high school ball. I’ve heard about conditioning and workouts for softball but I don’t know which are the best. Do you have any videos you recommend that would be pretty similar to conditioning and workouts that public schooled girls would do to prepare for playing and getting in shape for tryouts and just being better for the team?

  • Great video. The glutes. To me the foundation to everything. I have seen a lot of girls that develop lower back pain from weak glutes.

  • Hey! Thank you for this useful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you tried Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard some incredible things about it and my friend lost lots of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • Yeah I know I’m a few years late, but it’s still good stuff. One of the best tips gained from the few videos I’ve watched so far has been keeping the knees behind the toes. Simple tip like that could help many folks not only with their exercising, but anyone that does any kind of physical work…. it’s a back saver.

  • Right so I took a week break now I’m back on day but its day 76, new plan I will wake up at 7 and do it in the morning then start my day and then I’ll do it at half 7 in the afternoon too do twice a day

  • Wow great workout! I will be back!! Been struggling with weight loss as I only do cardio. Looking to get into weights for the first time

  • This is great! thanks for sharing these. I read on the Amazon link that these are made with Latex. I happen to be allergic to Latex. would you by chance know of an alternative that is Latex free?

  • Squat (if there problems => box squats). Chin/Pull Up (if can’t, start with inverted rows => lat pulldowns => banded chin/pull ups). Deadlift (if afraid/have problems => back extensions). Barbell/Dumbell Rows (if there are spine problems => chest supported rows or bodyweight rows). Lunges. Hanging Leg Lifts/Parallel Bar Leg Lifts (start with knee lifts if too difficult). Overhead Press. Push Ups/Dips (can do bench dips 1st / elevated push ups)

  • Hi I am beginner followed your video today did the excersize with my wife….I am feeling very much relaxed n fit… can you please tell me how long we should continue with this excersize and when we should change. I want to have leen body.

  • What kind of “beginner” are you talking about? Beginner in hardcore body building? A real beginner should probably start with machine exercises, not squats and deadlights.

  • I love these videos! My trainer has been coming into my garden once a week for the last 2 weeks…but I’m just as happy using HASfit!…they’ve kept me going during lockdown.

  • I am one of thse people who need the gym to motivate me.(now not an option due to Covid 19) I did your workout at home and loved it. I had my own music in the background and I enjoyed your clear explanations. I will be coming back for more!

  • If one had a hip replacement, would you recommend the kneeling fire hydrant exercise? Doesn’t laying on one’s side and performing this movement achieve the same results? Love your channel!

  • I tried many of these videos, especially with the pandemic going on and gyms closed. I found as of yet this is the best one. After I did it the next day I felt every single muscle he targets. The reason I say it’s the best is the design of the way he set up the different exercises. Other ones tend to target the same area to soon after another, but he spaces them out perfectly.

  • What is the best way to lost a lot of fat? I read a lot of great opinions on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets will help you lost crazy amounts of fat. Has anyone tried using this popular fat burn method?

  • I just found this video today and just had to take my hat off to HASfit. I am a dance fitness instructor and dancer, and was looking to do more toning and weight training. As an instructor, I have to say there are so many things that I just loved about HASfit instruction! I loved that you gave a modification at the beginning of each exercise. (so many videos don’t do this clearly) I so appreciated all of the cuing that you did. All of the pointers were so spot on! ( E.g.so many youtube workout videos just tell you to use your core but they never explain how! It just becomes jargon.) You explained things calmly and clearly. Your dynamic together was so clear and respectful, you both had wonderful things to add to what one another said. The exercises were simple to follow with your awesome instruction, yet you still made it challenging. I also appreciate to see a man and woman teaching together and feel it balanced. I can go on, you guys are great! So happy to find you and subscribe! So excited to dive into more videos as part of my weight training routine. Thank you so much! Thank you!

  • If I had a nickel for every time I’ve clipped and pinched my foreskin with dumbbells doing shoulder press from the front stance I’d be able to afford another foreskin.

  • I used this video today thanks ���� I enrolled in a fitness class at my local community college. Their closed due to Corona. I walked in my treadmill and did 15 minutes of training with your video. I can’t do the floor stuff and used the wall for my push ups. But I feel good I’m continuing my program and I’m grateful for beginner videos ��

  • I just found these videos and this was my first one and omg!!! Loved it! Thank you so much. This is the beginner and I’m dripping in sweat. Definitely will master this one and then move on to the next videos ��

  • Thanks for the video. I did not understand the power of weights for your body until I’ve seen these videos. I just got these https://amzn.to/33oW02z weights from amazon. They are actually cheap surprisingly. worth to have! Cant wait to start working out. So Excited!

  • I’m loving this. I have 2kg dumbbells and no strength whatsoever. I’m working up a sweat finding it very effective. It’s very enjoyable thank you

  • Haven’t been in the iron cathedral since before marriage, 7 years. Big chungus. Large sad kings.
    Found the buff dudes looking for some beginner tips.. Instantly back into it. Did day 1 yesterday, legs are jello from the assblasters.
    Perfect explanation of proper stance, keeping us safe. Can’t wait for my book, subscriber for life ������

  • Thank you so much for offering a REAL beginner program and not making us feel so bad for needing it�������� I have never felt so good after a workout! I sweated more through this than a 45 minute walk/jog program!

  • I loved this work out! Although I “met you” guys when I was searching for lower back pain exercises… I follow that routine but I am not sure if it is ok for my back to move between both (or other programs)? Any advise on this is greatly appreciated! Thanks a million!

  • Is Squats/Pull-Ups/Power Cleans a good workout schedule if I want to mix things up a bit from my regular StrongLifts 5×5 program every now and then?

  • Not just for beginners! After years of exercise, the joint pain and stiffness is settling in. This workout hits all of the muscles effectively and is enjoyable without feeling like too much. Thanks so much!