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2) Showing up counts. If you don’t want to go to the gym, tell yourself that in order to build that habit, you just have to get in the car and drive. You only need to stay for 1 set of each exercise.

That’s it. If you have to, just go through the warm up and cool down. But getting in the car and driving there counts. Walking to the gym counts.

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more info. Steve Kamb of Nerd Fitness started exercising back in high school without really knowing what he was doing.

Through high school and college, he made every training mistake known to man and got zero results. It wasn’t until he graduated college and [ ]. The braveheart, a move from Beachbody’s new Morning Meltdown 100 program, definitely fell in that category. When trainer Jericho McMatthews demoed the move on screen, I. Watch and uncover the world’s most powerful online, emotional training at your own convenience.

The Brave Heart Way is mind, body, spirit medicine based on unconditional self-love and was created to build the life you always dreamed of. A collection of downloadable worksheets, exercises and activities to teach Braveheart, shared by English language teachers. Welcome to ESL Printables, the website where English Language teachers exchange resources: worksheets, lesson plans, activities, etc.

Want to watch this again later? Don’t like this video? James Horner More Music From Braveheart Duration: 2:06. James Horner Community 18,487 views. 2:06.

“I want you to keep your streak active.” Another time, a 12-year-old fan handed him a card to sign, and he ripped it in two. But as Bonds would have us believe now, that was all just an act. You don’t need to be a high-performance athlete or used to working out for hours to start exercising today. The American College of Sports Medicine’s current recommendations for physical. It’s probably something else.

Maybe you don’t like it. Maybe you are afraid you’ll have to give up something else in favor of exercise. Whatever the real reason, you need to find it if you want to give your body a chance to thrive!:) 10. “I have so much to do, and exercise will have to take time from things I don’t want to give up.”.

Generally, yes, it’s safe for most people to exercise while wearing a face mask, Grayson Wickham, a physical therapist and certified strength and conditioning specialist at.

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You can use whatever momentum, motivation, or willpower you have at your disposal to do additional exercise.

“Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.” by Stephen Guise
from Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.
by Stephen Guise
Selective Entertainment, LLC, 2016

Avoid all exercises which will attract attention to yourself or to your motives in the matter—you will find enough opportunities to exercise in this way without this drawback.

“The Complete Works of William Walker Atkinson: The Power of Concentration, Mind Power, Raja Yoga, The Secret of Success, Self-Healing by Thought Force and much more” by William Walker Atkinson
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by William Walker Atkinson
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Choose an area of fear from the last exercise that is most immediate for you.

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✓ Practice a little reverse psychology by denying yourself any exercise at all (even walking) for two weeks.

“Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies” by Meri Reffetto
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‘SQUATTING EXERCISE’.—From the position of the ‘Alert’ bend the knees and slowly lower the body into a squatting position, the back being kept upright; after a momentary pause slowly rise to the standing position again, repeat this a dozen times standing on the toes throughout.

“Scouting for Boys: A Handbook for Instruction in Good Citizenship” by Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell Baden-Powell of Gilwell, Baron, Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell Baron Baden-Powell of Gilwell, Robert Baden-Powell, Elleke Boehmer
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But I shall assume that you have mastered the exercise and are ready to take the next step, which is mental freedom.

“The Master Key System” by Charles F. Haanel, Anthony R. Michalski
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You don’t give in; you just keep trying different forms of exercise until you find something that works for you.

“Why Did I Come into This Room?: A Candid Conversation about Aging” by Joan Lunden
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You CAN kick your Movement Jones if you really want to, but it will require exactly the kind of iron self-discipline and inflexible will that mostof you have proven yourselves incapable of exercising while you were IN the Movement.

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Mix it up by incorporating a new type of exercise and rotating (i.e. jogging one day, weight training the next, and then yoga).

“8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise (8 Keys to Mental Health)” by Christina Hibbert, Babette Rothschild
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You may decide, however, to try the exercise again after you have further developed your strength and motor skills.

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  • thumbnail is clickbait, its about your goal, if you want muscles its the best like 5x 5 with weight you can handle, 3x 12 is more like strenght and more then that like 4 or 3x 20 is for your muscles to push you further to handle the weight longer

  • Front raises are important for bench press. It’s the basic. I always had a big lower chest but small shoulders (looked a little bit like man tits ^^ even tho my lower chest was muscular) I benched 70 kg 5 times one year ago. Then I fokussed on my shoulders and did a lot of front raises. Now I can bench 90 kg x 5. (1,94 m 95kg)

  • Helping me to find motivation could save my life.. I’m way too overweight or rather OBESE. I Hate that word ugh ��. But it’s true. I keep saying tomorrow I’ll eat right or tomorrow I’ll finally use that exercise app that I’ve had for FOUR MONTHS NOW smh ����‍♀️… Yet still haven’t used the damn thing. Something needs to change today. Or I won’t be alive to see 40.

    Edit:: I even heard that people who have addictive ways/behaviors/personalities do good with adapting to exercising often. It’s like they change one addiction for another. Idk if that’s true but I saw a trainer on tv admit that.

  • Been doing sexercise for years. Told my girlfriend we needed to workout now we make it a challenge. I’ll go at it till she taps out or I pass out��

  • The other day I went to the gym (which has two squat racks) one person one doing bicep curls, the other was doing rack pulls. Which wouldn’t have been an issue if the barbell moved more then an inch or two when lifting. The fact that your using a squat rack for a lift that provides no ROM.

  • Super helpful as always! I have Pumping Nylon and I have seen the exercise, but it’s nice to hear where in the exercise I can focus and also that I can start small and move up. Pumping Nylon contains tons of super fantastic exercises but it is also pretty advanced, without much in the way of beginner/intermediate/advanced exercise separation.

  • A workout I dislike is the…. well when people go to the assited pull up machine, and push down on the assistance pad like they’re doing a tricep workout, or like… a standing pushup thing… I domt even know what you call it or what theyre focusing on working out. Back? triceps? Chest? There are so many better, more time effective exercises they could be doing instead.

  • #1.Develop an internal locus of control
    # 2.Do something you actually like
    #3.Set ultra easy goals that boost your confidence
    #4.Keep your “experience” of exercise positive

    Thank me l̶a̶t̶e̶r̶, rn ☺��

  • What the fuck why can’t I find gay men on the Pornhub YouTube channel I can only find straight people as a gay man this offends me

  • That doesn’t sound crazy to me, as I never practice scales, which is about as much fun as watching paint dry. I saw an interview once in which Goran Sollscher admitted that he never practices scales. If a world-class virtuoso like Sollscher can do without, I figure that I can as well!

  • Don’t curl in the squat rack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCxBg8ywQgQ. I feel as long as the weight your curling exceeds any fixed weight barbells and if you can do a plate your good, as long as the gym isn’t busy. Also if your doing super setting with some heavy barbell rows, FREE GAME.

  • Best motivation is eating healthy. Once you work out once and during the same day eat really healthy, the next day you’ll feel better and mentally you won’t want to “ruin” your previous days work, so you’ll just push yourself to be faithful to a healthy diet and loyal to the workout.

  • Before quarantine I LOVED going to the gym—total addict. Three months into quarantine and I’m having the worst time finding the motivation to work out at home.

  • But the scientific truth is that since tge big bang the universe has been controlling everything and you’re just a tiny aspect of it that’s being controlled within existing, so why do i have to tell myself the lie that I’m in control of everything that happens? THAT’S depressing.
    Oh and i hate all exercises. Gym, Home workout, running, boxing, cardio, dancing… Anything that makes me pant and sweat, cause i hate panting and sweating.

  • I enjoy working out I usally work out stright for 2 weeks but then…I just stop and loss all my progress…I gusse starting to work out is the hard part

  • I stopped most exercise because I had a great body I was lean at 14 body fat and got vert heavy all of a sudden gaining 3 stone. Now I’m 34 percent body fat I’m female and am eating just as much but am now twice the size it’s not hythyroid. I’m wondering if I ate too little and dropped my neat levels or became subconsciously lazy the more I ran and walked the more I weighed. No clothes are wearable and i had health problems like osteoporosis and cancer scare. Now I can’t bring myself to train anymore as I gained nine pounds eating 1400 calories and training two hours. It’s the worst way I can think of to deliberately gain bodyfat. What the hell? I’m really upset. Was it as I trained for so long that drastically slowed my metabolism. I did not eat the calories to match that length of time. My deficit was a 1000 calories and I stayed the same and gained weight. I did 500 cal deficit I lost a bit. Can exercise above a certain point cause weight gsin. I just can’t do it anymore. Its not good.

  • While I commend anyone who builds a good physice, guys don’t go overboard with tight shirts and wife beaters it looks really gay!
    edit: unless you’re in fact gay. Nothing wrong with that if you’re trying to score some dick

  • I absolutely despise doing any exercise that doesnt serve a direct purpose. All this lifting and wriggling about without a goal is a waste of time and energy. What kind of exercise can I do that is purposeful?

  • The only one on this list I do is the curls in the squat rack and I do them really for a warm up on arm day. Since im a 30 year vet of the gym i never monopolize the squat rack for this. Most gyms I go to have 4 or more racks and if no one is on it I will use it. If I cant then I use the bench press or just a bar on the floor. I prefer squat racks or a bench press rack because im 6’5” and dont like bending all the way down to pick up the weight for a warm up.
    The other mess on the list I see people doing it and its just overkill. A shoulder press on a hack squat machine. Man just get some dumbells or a smith machine. The T bar is the other one I used to do in the past but I always used light weight and small weights like 25’s instead of 45’s because I noticed with 45’s i couldnt get a full range of motion because the weights were hitting my chest and floor without much room for a nice stretch. I dont do this exercise anymore,but when I did I used 25’s.

  • It’s also important to consider that from an evolutionary perspective, our minds are totally geared against expending calories for things that don’t produce results necessary for our survival. Our ancestors were constantly outside working to find food, build shelter, and collect the necessary materials for them to live. When they weren’t doing that, they were conserving calories. While having intrinsic motivation and being aware that you are in control of your life are great steps, I think it’s also important to be aware that there is a basic survival instinct making you avoid exercise. If you can be aware of this, it’s much easier to overcome it and say “My instincts are saying I shouldn’t expend these calories, but I know better.” At least, that’s what has worked for me!

  • I use the steam room after every work out. It always deflates most of the gains I made and gets rid of the pumped up feeling, but leaves me in a toned body mode.

    Is using the steam room similar to stretching after a workout?

  • I actually disagree that you’re completely in control, life is chaos. I was thrown off by moving and not have a good gym nearby with early opening hours. Nice tips about how to motivate yourself though.

  • I haven’t felt muscle soreness in a good minute and I need to change up my workout routine. I keep consuming protein and calories to build muscle and lift heavier weights but still no progress. So, I’ll do it the hard way

  • Guys look at the awesome t-shirt i bought for my gym������

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    #health #motivation #fitness
    #shirt #cool #fun

  • I lift 140kg(308lbs= in parallel squats, is it okay? Someone said i dont need to do lift that heavy weight on Smith machine as it can be bad for my knees but it gives me great Quad activation and my posture is good. Anyone??

  • Jeff. Really like your channel. I’m in my mid-50s, and I was a competitive power lifter for 30 some odd years. I was successful and quite strong during my prime, 1500 lb. + total, so I have a very good sense of how to train for maximum power. I lifted in the AAU exclusively as it is a completely natural organization, I was in the military for 24 of the 30 years that I lifted competitively, so of course no drugs allowed, nor did I want to cheat to achieve my maximum potential as a power lifter.
    I did not really follow any strict diet plan, other than to eat foods in their natural state. As such I am generally lean and muscular from so much lifting heavy weight. But, I have never done any bodybuilding type training programs. I am anxious to do so but I want to focus on getting guidance from someone who has chosen to be a natural lifter, vice someone who is enhanced. It doesn’t make much sense to me to follow the program of someone who looks to have a very impressive physique, knowing that they are enhanced through artificial means.

    If you don’t mind me asking, are you all natural?

    I mean no disrespect if you are not. But I am looking for someone online who appeals to the natural way of life. If I can’t get where I want to be via good natural diet and hard work, I don’t want it. Thank you for your time.

    If you don’t mind me asking, are you

  • I’ve been training for a long and I never heard someone so coherent on the subject of motivation. Keep doing what you’re doing. You’re a gift!����

  • At the moment we have one straight barbell in my gym and one guy keeps doing rackpulls to destroy even the last one. It’s not the heavy deadlift or squat that bends the bar unless ist well above 300 kg. It’s the weight dropping on the safety bars.

  • I agree with most of these. But the landmine row!? Why you gotta do that! JK. Love the reasons you gave for these exercises. These are all things I see everyday in the gym and just shake my head and walk away. Nice video!

  • I don’t care if you ride a bike or lift weights or run if your exercising for a hour a day and eat right you will loose weight… diet is 90% of loosening weight… I have always been a bigger guy was always around 220lb till about 4 months ago I jumped on the scale and I was 248 was blowed away and was already not feeling the best physically so when I seen that 248 I new I had to change something I cut out all liquid calories only drink water and no fast food or junk food common sense really I bought a cheap recumbent bicycle and started riding 6 days a week I started at 35min the first week and went up 5 min per week till I got up to a hour per day and it’s been just under 4 months and I’m at 213lb this morning and I was the laziest person ever I loved food and still do lol my Sundays I eat what ever I want I don’t go crazy but It’s still a cheat day lol if I can do it any one can

  • I’ll have to disagree with the rackpull portion. I think rackpulls below the knee have better carryover into a deadlift because the slack is already pulled out, which is typically the case at the elevation in which you’re puling from.

  • #6. You don’t warm up
    #5. You only do steady cardio
    #4. Strength training? What is that?
    #3. You misunderstand soreness
    #2. You use light weights to tone up
    #1. There’s no variety in your exercise routine

  • Hey Nathan, I was just wondering do you plan on opening the doors of the Beyond The Guitar Arrangers Academy again? I was going to sign up but at that time I didn’t because I had all these exams and lessons that I had to attend but now I have all these free time and I am spending it poorly, trying to figure out how to arrange is scary and hard. I would love to see you open Arrangers Academy again and I believe I am not the only one. Be safe and take care, Thanks!!:)

  • the best motivation to exercise for me is thinking about my performance in competitive games. i don’t tilt very much whenever i work out, so im able to comeback from games. my aim has gotten a lot better too

  • Jeff Nipps: WORKOUTS YOU SHOULD NEVER EVER USE OR YOULL DIE
    Also Jeff Nipps: *Chooses some of the most popular workouts just to be different

  • I am not here for information, but to help those who are seeking answers and help! Not too long ago, I was deeply plunged into internet searches and videos in hopes of understanding WHY despite all my efforts, I could not lose weight! I have tried everything under the sun from the modest diets to the extreme and nothing worked. When I say extreme, I mean going for months and months on 200 to 500 calories and not losing a single pound! Not 1 pound. Now, if that sounds completely impossible to you then my comment was not meant for you! This is for those of you who know exactly what I am talking about, because you’ve been there or are currently experiencing this phenomenon. After a while, I could not find anymore motivation. After the ups and downs of my weight, only to end up where I started I thought my mind and body had gievn up. I just did not have it in me to exercise, even though I continued dieting. I used to search “low motivation” and “weight loss plateaus”. I even tried the reverse diet trick, only to be disappointed. After a very long time, I have uncovered the reasons I was unable to lose weight and that’s not to say I may not discover more reasons to my slow wright loss down the line. Anyways, I want to share some of the things I learned about myself and that I am currently getting corrected with medications. Maybe you might be experiencing these problems too or something similar? You just never know! Do what I did and keep asking questions until you discover what is wrong.

    1. PCOS which caused a horomal imbalance amongst other things!

    2. Severely deficient in vitamin D! Even though I was prescribed a mega dose vitamin D weekly, I had my levels checked a year later and the levels were exactly the same! So they changed the type of vitamin D prescribed, as well as the dosage and frequency and I feel like a different person. I feel normal, motivated and energetic. I had become so used to feeling tired and fatigued that I did not even know something was wrong, because it became my normal! But nothing is normal about an absence of motivation and energy!

    3. Depression, but I knew that already!

    4. Severely Anemic (I don’t experience heavy bleeding, so my doctors are stumped) I get iron infusiomn every few months now to remain stable.

    5. Metabolic Syndrome (hopefully this was caused by the hormonal imbalance and can be corrected).

    Now obviously I’m a weird case (why me?) and I don’t expect anyone to be this screwed up. The only point I’m trying to get accross is that I had no idea all of these things was wrong with me, let alone preventing me from losing weight and attributing to symptoms I came to believe was normal, such as increased hunger, mood swings and insomnia. If you find it impossible to lose weight, there might just be a medical reason for it. By the way, I have lost 57.2 pounds in 3 and a half months. Good luck and never give up!

  • I feel like such a pro watching this and seeing I don’t do any of these. I even do the alternative exercises that you mention.
    I suppose I’m not a beginner, either. But it’s nice to get some positive reinforcement.

  • This should point out that if you’re just starting out then using light weights with 10-12 reps 3sets, for a month or so is better than jumping straight onto heavy weights and killing yourself off.
    Slowly build up the weight.

  • Am I the only one who cannot seem to be able to “just do it”? Lol… I’m like “Let’s go, body!! Come on just DO IT!!!!” My body’s like, “HAH ��yeah… No thanks, loser.”

  • Positive validation really helps me. Telling myself you’re doing great and celebrating the small wins! Telling myself I love exercising and visualising a positive experience in the gym etc motivates me to keep going! Also realising I am in control instead of just wishing to be skinny!!

  • Jeff, rack pulls are really good for your lower back and quite effective! And quite frankly, your excuses not to do it is not valid, sorry mate….but I’m totally agree with other ones!

  • The behind the neck pull down doesn’t even make your humorous line up with your lat fibers well so why the fuck would it be more lat anyways? It should primarily be a upper back movement. Why the hell does anyone need a study to tell you that it gets less than a pulldown to the front. The whole leaving back vs a torso at 90 degrees vs leaning forward shouldn’t even need to be done.. what the fuck. You can do that study and I do that study and get the exact opposite responses just by me adjusting grips, humerus paths, how the scapula moves through the ROM. Yes, no matter what I do, a lying incline pulldown to the front (everything positioned right) will be superior to my well positioned one while leaning back but I could also make a lat pulldown leaning back better than someone else’s lat pulldown at 90 degrees.

  • As a board certified behavior analyst, I’m curious in which studies he’s referring to that state external motivation results in a decrease of intrinsic motivation?

  • All I did was just searched Porn for no reason out of boredom now I know what porn is after all that stuff about creepy porn politicians in the news. I lost my innocence.

  • I really need help I can’t even get my ass to work I wanted to change for myself but it’s just so hard to find something to begin with��

  • If im paying for å gym membership, I can do whatever I want as long as I dont damage equipment and such. If I choose to curl in the squat rack than so be it. When one has advanced in strength, its way more easy to switch plates when the bar is on the rack than doing it from the flor or a preacher curl stand. If im using the rack to curl, so what? its just a gym equipment. Why should I think of others needs when im there to work on my physique?

    I give more props to those that have earned the strength and size by working hard and curling on the squat rack, rather than the modern gym folks that hog the squat rack for 1 houre, doing 50 sets of glutes, deadlifts, and press movements while looking the same all year…

  • Before corona I went to the gym 7 times a week. Now that corona has ended and gyms are finally open it’s hard for me to push myself and go the gym… SOMEONE HELPP

  • I started with a commitment of 1. I hiked once a week for nearly a year and that was easy when I did for a few weeks then I started increasing and max was 4 a week. I also had some times when I felt so lazy and demotivated but it was not that hard to get back on track. The best thing I did was took before photos and measurements so I can compare. I am now 5kgs lighter, 6cm smaller from waist, 7 minutes faster during hiking. Small progress but there is still a difference. Also mindset, I am also a practicing minimalist so I have mental
    clarity and more time to do other things ��

  • I was nearly too unmotivated to click this video, and when I did, I read the comments, someone mentioned donuts and reminded me I needed to order some donuts for the weekend.

    Life is like that

  • Another 2 major issue is not using the equipment right and or too heavy of equipment and not fully contracting because it’s too heavy. See it all the time at gym.

  • Problem with me is I just can’t start exercise even though I have been doing it since past 3-4 months now, but every morning is a struggle to start. And I absolutely hate cardio

  • Used to do 400 lb plus ass to grass squats for many years, now I have FAI and moderate arthritis on my left hip. Not worth it… a well performed 90 degree squat is good enough.. no reason to put your hips in an impinged situation.

  • I use basu ball squats to increase balance and stability in my lower body. I especially did them during recover after a broken leg

  • i was super motivated for the first time in my life and was going to the gym almost everyday in 2020 and then covid happened and my motivation went to shit

  • Starting workout everyday for me is easy, but during the workout I’m feeling kinda lazy to continue. But everyday, I can’t continue my day before working out in the morning. But when I do that, I kinda lazy. Ahh it’s complicated

  • I guess it depends on your genetic make up because heavy weights make me hulk-like fast��as for light weights tones me and promotes weight loss��

  • Good group of exercises and logical reasons. I do like the BNP myself, but what you say is true, and I don’t see it as a beginner’s exercise.

  • Fun fact: deep squat (ass to grass) actually helps strengthen the pelvic floor muscles (look it up!). So as a woman, no, I will not stop doing this exercise.

  • I use to love exercise but after I moved to a different town there where only gyms I hated I started working out at home and man it’s been depressing

  • I feel like believing that you are the cause of everything in your life can have some pretty drastic effects on your mental health like if a lover cheated on you you might start believing that you’re not good enough or that it’s your fault something completely out of your control happened

  • SO…
    If a newbie doesn’t have the mobility to squat a** to grass squats and BTN Presses, then wouldn’t it be more effective to work on mobility and proper positions in the squat and BTN, first before moving to weight? Why do we have to completely avoid the squat and the BTN Press?

  • I went for a walk today. I have to work tomorrow, to a job I hate so much…. I wonder if I’ll have the energy or motivation to walk again tomorrow.

  • So normally I take all these tips from Youtube videos about playing guitar or banjo and it helps maybe a bit here and there, or it’s stuff that I already know and it doesn’t add much.. But all you’re tips and advice have improved my playing and practicing a lot in a very short time..! I feel like I’m practicing much more efficient now, Incredible! Especially with these bad habit videos and 50 tips. Exactly all the little things I didn’t know I was doing wrong, or making it just a bit inefficient. And good quality videos too. Keep it up.

  • So I’m young and I had the best set of abs and pecks and muscle in general but my older brother left the house because he got married and I would work out with him now he left so I put on weight so when I work out I can’t wait for tomorrow I do it but because I’m young I need to do it with my sister but she is lazy so I will ask her and she will say tomorrow then tomorrow comes then she says tomorrow so I need to learn myself

  • Dancing to fast music. Salsa Samba R& B I like to keep moving I do not like slow music thanks I do not go to the gym some exercises I can do t

  • Hey you reading this comment!

    You’re very awesome no matter how you look like. You are woderful everyone loves you for what you are not what your body is like❤️

  • for some reason my rear delts are well developed and the front are not so much. Even though as he said they work in other exercises

  • i need to rant. i have been struggling with my body image issues since i was 9 years old. 11 years later i still feel insecure in my body. my family does not hesitate in giving me a hard time by pointing out where my fats exactly are. at the beginning of quarantine i started working out. i HATE working out so i do it only when i have the mood. i do it at night when everyone is sleeping because i hate when people walk in and watch what i am doing. but then today my dad was like, “you are putting in efforts and i am not seeing any difference. do it at this this timing. do it before this do it after this.” he kept pointing at my waist and i was hurt. i have never felt more insecure, not even during these 11 terrible years. in my mind, i think its better that i at least am doing something with my body instead of simply procrastinating. idk i feel super demotivated and hurt.

  • I used to work out for almost 2 years, weightlifting and stuff when I was 14 to 16 but then I moved to a different city and the gym is a lot more expensive there so I stopped working out so its like 1.5 almost 2 years without excercise, to be fair, i am pretty active, I walk A LOT but when i wanted to start working out I was on accutane so that wasn’t possible but now I’m finished with it and i can’t find the powers to start working out again and i hate it.

  • I loved the video.
    1. Very informative
    2. Very clear
    3. Very respectful(ppl are very easily offended nowadays)
    4. Provided other safer/better options
    5. To the point(no unnecessary stretching of the video)
    Thank you, I truly appreciate the hard work!

  • The one time I tried it front raises totally f*cked up my elbows. Probably did something horribly wrong but I won’t do it again that’s for sure ��

  • As a PT in my area, what I have found is that when teaching the deep squats if the client has trouble with keeping the hips from rotating (as showed in the video 4:34 ) then you can place really thing small weights underneeth the heels and it seems to do the trick

  • I’ve been a self employed personal trainer for 25 years. This is by far the best fitness channel on YouTube. Keep up the good work! ��

  • I actually love to work out and I’m really fit and I have clear skin from the water I’ve been drinking while working out.

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  • Great. Another video with cartoon characters that passive aggressively depict people as idiots with a patronizing narrator. Even if this is the best advice in the world, I will choose the opposite.

  • didn’t watch the video but the thumbnail is wrong. many reps, light weights = tone; few reps, heavy weights = large muscles. src: me:p

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  • More people need to see this video and need to understand that depending on your goals is how you should train. Im training to be more explosive because I play volleyball and basketball but my height puts me at a disadvantage a lot so if i can get there quicker or get higher im gonna train to do it. Great video!!

  • I’ve never seen half of these done irl by anybody, you’re just nitpicking. And “T bar rows with bad form” isn’t a a bad exercise, its someone doing a good exercise with bad form…

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  • We got this guys and girls! If you want to change, you gotta do something about it! If you want to gain muscle only you can gain muscle nobody else can do it for you! If you try and you succeed then try it again and if you don’t succeed at Keats you tried! And trying is better than not doing it! Don’t give up now, never give up! Have a good day

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  • Buddy… I love seeing people.use machines in kookie ways. I go how the f… did u come up with that.
    ..that’s for the vids amigo
    .. respect from L.A.

  • Last year I fell in LOVE with exercising and lost 25 lbs! Towards the end of last year I started slack off due to school semester coming back and now this year covid 19. I’ll try to get back in it and fall in love with it but I do it for a week, then just fall apart for a couple then comeback:(

  • My favorite exercises is the behind the back single arm bench with dumbbells on it deadlift standing on pull bars, I also attach a dip belt to it and put that on my neck and to increase the amount of weight I can use. If you try this PLEASE don’t bend you knees at all as it directs HIGH amounts of straining onto your hamstrings

  • Before watching the video i’m just gonna say, if you are dieting and going to the gym 5 times a week and still not loosing weight you are either cheating on your diet or lying about how many times you go to the gym/not working hard enough at the gym.

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  • I love working out. But over eating is my problem. I’ll be full and still eat. Even if it’s healthy food. I eat healthy but I definitely eat a lot ��

  • I am always in best shape whether I exercise or not and no matter how much I eat I never gain weight and that kind of made me lazy. But now I wanna exercise and feels too lazy.