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17 Tips for a Better Workout Routine We always over-complicate things. Exercise isn’t an exact science — everyone is a little different. But one fact that still remains true is that “something is better than nothing.” In fact, a healthy exercise habit should blend fun, fitness. These tips are all designed to help you maximize intensity and strength today to help you look better tomorrow. Immediately after your workout you should start looking ahead. Your body needs the right fuel to grow and repair itself over the next few days, and you need to start getting ready for your next bout with the weights.

Figuring out how to stick to a workout routine is tough. Let’s face it: It’s much easier to make fitness resolutions than it is to find the sustained exercise motivation to. We did too, so we went straight to research, personal trainers, exercise physiologists, and fitness instructors to round up the best workout tips to kick a fitness routine into high gear. Put a few of these moves, motivation, and mantras into action each week and you’re guaranteed to see faster results!10 Workout Secrets From the Pros.

Experts and successful exercisers reveal the top tips and tricks they use to get the most from their fitness routines. The better you understand yourself, the more you can tailor your workout program to your own needs. This means better results in your future. A great way to keep track of what you do in the gym and the kitchen—and how your body responds—is to keep a journal or blog on BodySpace.

Write down your workouts, what you eat, and how you feel. 17-Year-Old Beginner Workout You could head to the gym or join a sports team. If structured exercise isn’t your thing, use the hour to do a brisk walk, ride your bike or dance to your favorite tunes in your room.

Choose a cardiovascular exercise that involves weight bearing to help strengthen your bones and do it at least three times a week. Whether you work better by eating the frog, or tackling some small tadpoles first, find your ideal rhythm and get started right away! Create Your Ideal Morning Routine For A Productive Day. Mornings don’t have to be rough. By doing a few focused things when you wake up, you can set yourself up for more productivity throughout the day.

If it. In contrast, good sleep can help you eat less, exercise better, and be healthier (2, 8, 9, 10). Over the past few decades, both sleep quality. I’m a writer, author, researcher, fitness coach, and the guy behind everything you see here on AWorkoutRoutine.com.

Over the last 15+ years, I’ve been able to help thousands of men and women lose fat, build muscle, create their workout routine, design their diet plan, and achieve their “goal body.”.

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STEP FOUR: STRENGTH TRAINING I know, strength training sounds scary.

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These five exercises are the best ofthe best.

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These six routines are just suggestions.

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A great way to mix them up: Do one of the first three workouts early in the week, then choose a second from numbers 4 through 7 later in the week, at the track.

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And don’t forget to give yourself some variety; if your workouts look the same week in and week out, you’re likely to get bored and give up.

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The purpose of this article is not to give you ironclad rules but to set out ten guidelines that will help you find the routine that is most comfortable for you.

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The following are seven of my favorite workouts.

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I have saved all these for last, because I think aerobic routines should be done first.

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The routine you’re going to get started with is actually pretty similar to the interval training I’ve already shared with you.

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Tables 19-17 through 19-20 list ten-minute workouts organized as split routines focusing on either the upper or the lower body.

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  • What’s next, he’s giving advice on how not to go bald? This guy has zero qualifications about exercise. Go to a gym, find someone a good body and follow their program. It will look nothing like this snake oil this fraudster is pushing

  • Good video with full coordination among the activities to improve cardiac system…
    Will be following up all of the activities ������

  • lately i feel my heart tickles and beats faster at sudden moment,which leads me to anxiety in fear could i get some recommendation from you.its been a month started

  • Hi Jessica! Thank you for sharing your knowledge like you do! Your back videos in particular have been helping my family in a big way. Question: is it typical to have to do pelvic floor strengthening exercises daily for the rest of one’s life after having babies? My youngest is 1.5 years and I was running without concerns for months, and recently things have suddenly gotten worse than ever for some unknown reason.

  • Just bought a violin and I’m 15… Can I expect a career out of it? How long would it take me to be decent considering my free time is usually five hours a day?

  • Accept from Tim’s nutritional point of view wich i dont realy agree with, i really like this workout method and it basically really makes sense! My quastion is how can this programm be combined with cardio for purposes of lowering body fat percentance? (Im not assuming cardio is necessary but i just really like doing it.)

  • Michael, I’m coaching a 12 yo for her school orchestra audition. To tailor to her, I say go to the exact minute on video for a particular exercise, as she won’t understand or be patient with the narrative. Can you do youth videos / beginners? Esp. for the sight-reading exercises with the bar moving across the score.

  • Thanks for the Video! Forgive me for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you ever tried Lammywalness Awesome Nights Guide (do a search on google)? It is a great one off guide for discovering how to improve your libido without the hard work. Ive heard some decent things about it and my close friend Aubrey at last got cool success with it.

  • I have had AS for several years now and just found this video recently.  I have been doing a few of these stretches/exercises before bed for just over a week and my SI joints have been barely bothering me the past few days!  Thank you so much!

  • Failure is mf unreal. This way of lifting is the hardest, most unreal I’ve ever done. 6 movements, 8 to 12 10 sec reps to complete failure. This is more than most can bare once a month yet twice a week. It’s a different failure when you’re beyond the 90 second mark. Nervous system gets really rattled.

  • Of course am giving u thumbs up my friend, this actually really useful and easy compared to other videos. keep the good work brother and thanks��

  • Thanks for the Video! Excuse me for chiming in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Rozardner Big Signals Reality (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a good one off guide for learning how to last longer in bed without the normal expense. Ive heard some super things about it and my BF at very last got astronomical success with it.

  • Superb video! Excellent explanations! I have been in pre and post natal care for 14 years and few people, I ever feel cover everything. But this was targeted and thorough. Great job. Xxxx

  • What is the connection between being breathless,struggling and leg performance,say running if I did not have any breathlessness would my legs just keep going, I understand about aerobic and anarobic

  • I play a lot of sports and I really like exercising. Earlier this year I had a skiing injury and haven’t been able to exercise because of it for about 5 months. And to add on top of this I have an iron deficiency which I’m trying to fix. I want to increase my stamina so I can play sports again this year but I’m always so tired and when I do exercise I get tired really quickly. I’m really not sure what to do or where to start. Any advice?

  • I have AS along with many other back problems…DDD, spinal stenosis, triple fusion, osteoporosis which I was diagnosed with in my early 20’s, scoliosis, arthritis. In 2012 I had emergency surgery for Cauda Equine Syndrome. Have either of you heard of CES?

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  • I dont know how many times I have re-watched this video. There are so many good tips in it!
    What would help me a lot (since I certainly will watch it again in the future), is if you could include the names of the tips in the video description so I dont have to click through all 17 tips just to find the one I need.
    Thanks again!

  • You are the first person on youtube who asked to dislike if it wasn’t helpful,well this was helpful and you gained a like and a subscriber❤️
    btw I am a taekwondo player and I am skinny can u help me to gain some weight.

  • thank you! I have a very unhealthy heart and I’m trying to fix it but I usually overthink things like this. seeing this video makes it seem a lot more simple. but that doesn’t mean I wont work hard lol

  • I am in High School with the hopes of study music once I get in college. However that is hard to do when I just can’t seem to practice in the most efficient way. As soon as I saw this video I clicked, and I am definitely using these tips in my practice sessions. Thank you so much for posting this, it has helped me so much!!!

  • Some of the worst advice I’ve heard related to lifting. Don’t go to failure. Lift heavy, and use compound movements using barbells, not machines.

  • I used to run alot and for longer time due to quarantine i stopped taekwondo and football ( soccer ) played a game yesterday i coudnt run even for like 20 min straight did like 20% of my self and im so exhausted and have alot of pain would love to come back and train more

  • With that advice you will be farting at antisocial levels, and keep being weak looking like Tim here. That level is for maintenance, you need at least 10 sets per week per body part to see growth. And get your numbers on one rep max, nutrition etc… Shit, hire for a couple of sessions a good PT and stop fucking around

  • I want help guys
    I want advice
    In a few days my college is gonna start and I wanna join my college volleyball or basketball team because that’s my dream to play for a team and have that sense and thrill of competition but I have never played volleyball or basketball because here it is not that prevailing
    But I just learned the basics that gets me through but
    I want advice on how to motivate myself to get up and run to increase my stamina
    I wanna do it but I just can’t I wanna get up increase my stamina my muscles my endurance but the next day I am like hmmmmmmm maybe tomorrow how to remove this sense of tomorrow

  • I don’t know what to believe. Some people say that “no pain no gain” which means that in order to gain muscle mass, you need to tear up and injure lots of muscle mass. That way, your body starts to repair the muscle mass and create some more. Meanwhile, this dude tells me not to injure your muscle. I’m confused TBH.:/.

  • He is right; look at Body by Scinece or ECT https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZUI5ggfFaqjLTa7imGUjvQ and https://www.painscience.com/articles/strength-training-frequency.php

  • Can I suggest anything about the intonation in music in general? It’s here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1H5oTKtw7rY_War5HGYsYO3kwwWGNdszx Thanks for reading!

  • Thumbs down? You’re crazy. This video is very informative. You earned a thumbs up and a subscription, I look forward to more helpful content��

  • Hi.
    I use to travel abroad, and nd want an small violin to carry with me, since a 4/4 is too big.
    Is a 1/8 good to practice?
    Mayne a 1/16?

  • Which muscles should i start to work on if i have a hard time sitting up? I lean forward in a sitting position from the hip. Have to consciencely sit up straight.

  • Is 5/5 cadence so important? Isn’t TimeUnderTension the KEY? I always try to hit recommended TimeUnderTension and Muscle Failure as you mentioned in book. I now do 2/2 cadence something between.

  • I love him though this is for those who just wants to stay healthy but definitely not enough for guys who prefers to look like a male model.

  • I literally have eaten 5 meals a day for a month and with those meals i drank protein shakes and about 3 of those a day along with the food it was very expensive. Worked out every other day until failure every other day and i started at 130 lbs im at 124.

  • within 3 minutes you have given the information which doctors never give, as they need the public get sick and they can make money. Hats Off.

  • Hello your video helped me a lot do you think people with asthma struggle more to get a stronger cardiovascular for example palying soccer

  • If you were trying to maintain muscle but cut body fat, would you keep the same workout routine and cut what you eat? Or would the workout routine change as well?

  • Great Video! Forgive me for butting in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you researched Rozardner Big Signals Reality (do a google search)? It is a good one of a kind guide for learning how to last longer in bed minus the normal expense. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cooworker at very last got excellent success with it.

  • Are you working at Fiddlerman now? You’ve got a great personality.BTW, I use that “no hands” practice all the time but, I call it nap time!

  • I understood all your points and I think they are helpful. Mainly commenting here because you’re the first person on YT who asked to dislike the video if it didn’t help����that’s really nice and humble my friend

  • is it normal? before quarantine i have i can run for a long time without stoping but during this quarantine just jumping about 10 times makes me fatigue already

  • I’ve been doing it for years since I read the 4 Hour Body. This is the same workout he wrote in the book.
    Awesome workout for staying in great shape avoiding any injuries which is crucial while getting older.
    Little muscle growth though, but happy to say lean and toned as heck at 50 when people tell me I have a 20 year old looking body. So this practice really worked out for me.

  • My dad says to me if you want to slow you’re heart rate down while running you take a deep breath threw the nose hold it is for a second or 2 then let it go and repeat

  • Volume has been shown to be the key driver of hypertrophy. So either adding more weight to the bar, or adding extra reps/sets to increase the volume over time is key. Lifting weights heavy enough to put you 1 or 2 reps from failure in the 5-15 rep range is ideal for hypertrophy but mix up the rep ranges and get some around the 15-30 rep max mark too.

    Calorie surplus is paramount unless you’re a very beginner or coming back to the gym as a detained but experienced lifter (then body recomposition is possible). Around a 100-300 surplus is a nice start.

    A daily protein intake of 1g per lb of lean body mass (fat free mass) is optimal but some like 1g/lb of bodyweight to be safe. After working out total calories and protein calories, go for about 15-30% calories from healthy fats and the remaining as (preferably complex) carbs to fuel gym performance.

    Focus on compound lifts primarily. Ideally a horizontal pressing move, vertical pressing move, horizontal pull move, vertical pull then a hip hinge movement (deadlift example) and a squat.

    Frequency research shows that even if volume is equal, training each muscle group twice per week is more effective than once per week.

    If you’re worried about fast fat gain (a small amount is inevitable) then aiming for +1-2lb per month (based on weekly weigh in averages) is a safe bet. Adjust calorie total up or down to dial in this rate of gain.

    Most supplements are a waste of money. Multivitamin and fish oil tablets are a good way to go, protein powder isn’t magical but can make the daily intake more convenient, and creatine and caffeine are all a sure fire way to improve energy and output in the gym.

    Just trying to help people who might want to know these things.

  • I sense that whatever comes out your mouth people always have something bad to say. It must be hard to experiment on your own body and people taking it for granted because they learned things otherwise. Hoping you the best in life mr. ferriss! I know you don’t know me but I am glad to have you influencing my life! I went into depression last year and clearly you talking about stoicism and fear setting started me in the path to healing. I’m doing well these days and hoping you continue doing what you do! (saving lives) I appreciate you mr. ferriss! Cheers to the Good Life! ��

  • Tested GOMAD (nixed my daily smoothie) and GOMAD + Machine Workout. One week so far with alternate dance and machines on an EOD cycle. So.

    Day 1
    Test: GOMAD
    Result: Tooty and Bloated Tummy (ugh. shaped like the letter ‘D’. Letter ‘B’ if you add the boobies).

    To commit to this, I replaced H20 bottle with a one gallon glass milk jug. Took it with me to work and dance class. I was fine at work. Locked myself in my office downed 2 cups before dance. Dance class; I got a lot of side-eye from the gals but hey. I was able to find my milk among the cookie-cutter containers. Halfway through the sesh my body got noisy. Step. Toot. Step, step. Toot toot. Peeps gave me more leg room to move. Yea! EOD I drank half a gallon and result is listed above.

    Lesson: No movement (krumping, twerking, shaking what your mama gave you…) no restrictive clothing (pants, skirts..) after four cups.

    Day 2
    Test: GOMAD + Machine Workout
    Result: Same as Day 1. Add sore glutes.

    Milk jug in tow, after downing 3 cups during my meeting, went to the gym to forgo my weights, bench, and bar to test the machine work out. Guys were more than willing to give up their beloved machines-it must be the milk-superpowers that be-I didn’t have to work in between sets. Yea! Leg press, chest press, row. Cables (for legs), pull up, fly. All on machines. Felt strong-ish but miss my planks and kettle bells.

    Lesson: Done with GOMAD. Milk gets warm after toting it around town in 80+ degree weather. Cold milk = palatable and un-smelly. Tootness is getting to me.

    After one week: Keeping the machine workout; going to test for a month. Got my baseline muscle mass taken a week before, so I curious how my body mass will change.
    Anyone have any great mac and cheese recipes? Best!

  • Both of you are Rockstars! Thanks for this, I am feeling much better now, AS pain is reducing gradually. Love your humor too.
    Love from India.

  • This is seriously a summary of everything from the last eight weeks of physical therapy, plus some I haven’t seen before, but definitely look helpful. I haven’t been diagnosed with AS, but it’s on the docket for testing. In the meantime, I’m trying my best to keep from getting any worse. This is $560 worth of information right here! So thankful for the most famous physical therapists sharing all of their knowledge!

  • Why say use machines? From what I’ve read, they’re a huge reason for injury, since they prevent the muscle from moving through it’s natural path.

  • Nice Video clip! Apologies for chiming in, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Riddleagan Master Violinist Remedy (just google it)? It is an awesome exclusive product for playing violin like a master minus the headache. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my mate at very last got amazing success with it.

  • Doing sets to failure everytime you lift is a horrible idea. That will lead to exactly what he said you are trying to avoid, over fatigue and injury.

  • Too much Cardio and bad diet. Lotsa sleep. Supplements are also bullshit and you don’t need as much protein as once was believed.

  • Thanks for the Video! Excuse me for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you tried Lammywalness Awesome Nights Guide (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is an awesome one of a kind product for discovering how to improve your libido without the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my BF after a lifetime of fighting got astronomical results with it.

  • I have AS that has been left unchecked for years and now my posture is very poor( ie bent at knees. head leans forward after c1-c2 surgically fused and back hunched over)i have just been informed that my si joints have fused my question is if you could helpis it possible to regain a somewhat normal posture again with these exercises and stretches or can it become a permanent thing also i have a left knee replacement and a valgus right knee waiting replacement what muscle do i need to work to correct and strengthen my leg?

  • Thank you so much for this, ive only recently found your channel and have had AS for 10+ years. Its still a struggle to sometimes find good informative ideas to try and having ideas from a different country is even better for giving us more options. Best wishes from Australia ��

  • Lovely Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you ever tried Lammywalness Awesome Nights Guide (just google it)? It is a great exclusive product for discovering how to improve your libido without the headache. Ive heard some super things about it and my cousin after many years got astronomical success with it.

  • Apologize for what? That was the most informative 3 minutes I’ve ever seen. Not like these Self-Promoting Fools who would take 15 Minutes to do what you just did.

  • My dude, Timmy, where can I watch you deadlifting 650 lb??? You claim it in you book about cooking. Your word is your bond. Where is that video?

  • That’s right I’m professional and during December 2019 till now pandemic and now 7 june I lost my conditioning and my stamina I cant play as before I have muscle but my heart beat is lower I was getting less of sleep like sleeping at 2 3 am till 10 in morning but for a football player sleep has to be 10 hours so from 11 pm to 11 am morning enough dont be like me I waste my grateful talent and waste my greatest thing that I achieved

  • Hey guys, was wondering if you could help me with something. Recently, I’ve been getting neck pain that only occurs in a particular range of motion. I have no issues flexing or extending my neck from a neutral position. But, when my neck is already in a hyperflexed position, and then I slowly start extending it to make it return back to a neutral position, I feel a sudden sharp pinching pain in my neck, specifically at one particular spot on the left aspect of my cervical spine. I do not experience pain in moving my neck from a neutral position into hyperextension or in movement from neutral to hyperflexion.
    I have no pain with any other movements of my neck. But, any time I put my neck in a hyperflexed position and then begin extending back my neck either to neutral position OR when I have my neck in a hyperflexed position and then I start looking to the left, I experience this SHARP PINCHING PAIN at a specific spot in my cervical spine, namely on the left aspect. This pain started about ten days ago, with sudden onset. I wouldn’t say it’s getting worse, I think it’s been getting very slightly better (which I attribute to my focusing on fixing my neck posture since this pain has started), but it’s still there though.
    I have had no history of trauma, and I’m young in my twenties with no chronic medical conditions, and I do not have history of arthritis.
    What I have noticed though, is that since about a month or so, my neck posture has been horrible, with my neck protruding forward away from my body’s axis. It was this pain issue that has prompted me to fix my neck postioning and i have been doing that recently (and I’ve greatly benefited from your videos on that topic).
    I don’t know if this is a common problem or if it’s something I should be worried about and get checked. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanx and keep your awesome videos coming:)

  • Hi from the UK. Love your channel. Found the Achilles and knee pain treatments you gave in previous videos really good. Not injured but just the odd ache from these areas after running.

  • First you guys are great I have been a subscriber for quite a while.

    There is a note that should have been made here. These exercises are really for people in the preliminary to medium stages. People, such as myself, in advanced stages where my back and rib cage are totally fused could get some severe damage (broken back about 3 dozen times now ), I have been hurt by pt that just did not understand. I’m not trying to take away from your good work but when you get to the point where your back is a single bone it’s not going to flex anymore it will just break. I myself used an inversion table and yoga to help me combat this, same exercise.

    What would be nice for us advanced people is some guidance with ems. Since we have parts of body that cannot move anymore the muscles that once moved don’t or get very little use. I have been experimenting with this and in addition to getting pain reduction my back and core feels stronger. But I guess at where I place on the back (can’t twist) and even looking at charts am unsure of my placement. After going through a bunch of ems that were more tens I found a company compex that is proving to be a strong enough unit.

    Thanks again guys.

  • I like Tim’s keeping it simple approach, but gallon of milk, beans and Mac n cheese… Really? What is this, highschool gym tips by Tim? Sounds like chronic gut inflammation and brain fog to me.

  • THANK YOU FOR THIS. Anything for hypermobile Eds patients soon? Like with the head to side stretch.. j can touch my shoulder with my ear but I know that must be bad, how can i adjust those stretches for a hypermobile body And still get the benefits? Exercises, diy adjustments for hypermobile, bracing, taping, anything… lol We are constantly sublexated everywhere and can’t afford to live at the physical therapist or chiropractors to correct every random sublixation of the shoulder, rib, pelvis, knee, etc lol.

  • I have one friend with AS and one with AS and EDS. I have Ehlers Danlos (EDS) myself and most of these are exercises I frequently do myself (with some variations as I dislocate, mostly sublux very easily). Triangle to the ceiling is magnificent!

  • VOLUME has shown to be one of/THE biggest drivers of hypertrophy.
    Why go to failure 2x per week?
    Add more volume.
    A 20 min workout two days per week is NOT going to cut it if you want to add muscle.

    Leave some reps in the tank, lift frequently, eat real food.
    NOT BEANS.
    MOAR STEAK.
    and get enough sleep.
    Why would i take hypertrophy advice from this guy?

  • I was just complaining about my AS pain and your video popped up! I like all the upper torso stretches that help my spine and ribs. I feel like I can breathe better.

  • Okay. This is just amazingyou are just amazing. You somehow incorporate comedy into serious tips. You sorta remind me of Brett and Eddy from TwoSet Violin, but as one person. Thank you for helping me practice effectively! You’re a life saver:)

  • I know it’s a time-honored technique, but could you explain why it’s a good idea to change the rhythms when practicing a passage with an even rhythm like the Prokofiev example?

  • Guy you are really amazing, never in my time in my musical career I heard people explain techniques on famous music pieces, Ever heard of Donte, Sevcik, others, they were pretty good teaching stuff like that, And ohh btw before teaching anybody do me a favor learn to play in tune.

  • My posture had been changed because of A.s.are there any medicines for A.s.
    I do exercise every day but when i don’t do exercise my pain increase. Is there some diet for such

  • What are strength training exercises I can do at home? I’m not old enough to go to the gym but I really want to run a mile again. Also, what’s the most days a week I could do this? ��

  • Great video and playing. Do you or any violin playing viewers find their left and right wrists/hands hurt when playing or am I doing something wrong?

  • Nice video man. You actually define everything in very detailed but to the point. This thing is very rear in today’s internet videos. Please keep this quality in your future videos as well. ����

  • I’m 77 yes and had shorts in my neck for pain,,now the pain has goes to my shoulder and spreads down my arm across my chest then leaves. It not my heart. [email protected] cox.net

  • I’m not going to pretend that the info being presented here was new. That being said though, I thoroughly enjoyed the way you presented it. Broken down in simple terms, clear cut info, practical.

    Thanks dude ��

  • Hey Tim, since you’re a fan of the Brave browser, why don’t you verify this channel with Brave Payments? I just sent your channel a $BAT micro-donation.

  • I missed you, dude. Was particularly looking for working out advice since I hadn’t heard much from you since the 4HB. Good looks, bro. And glad to hear you still agree with most the advice.

  • I had no idea you had your own channel. I usually just see you on Fiddleringop’s channel.
    Yes! We get even more of you. Please make more videos that are long like this.
    Seriously you have the qrtest personality. I know from looking at so many Fiddlershop comments you’re personality has made you such a favorite.

  • I’ve been playing for 9 years, but I feel like you wouldn’t even know:( I’m not bad, but I’m not like professional either. I wanna master it

  • Hey Tim what are your thoughts on intermittent fasting? I know you talk a lot about 30g of protein 30 min within waking up. Just interested in your thoughts

  • One tip that will instantly skyrocket your video in popularity: make your videos something more than mumbled words and fuzzy images invest in some quality video/sound equipment and find someone to operate them. You don’t need to invest thousands of dollars to create a professional quality video to match your musical professionalism.

    I don’t mean to be rude, insulting, or to ridicule, but I am amazed at all the wonderfully talented professional musicians that post these poor quality videos and think their musical talent makes up for the poor choices in equipment and screen writing. I suppose it would be excusable if advertising was not stuck in there, but not when pretending to be something you’re not. Thumbs down.

  • I have tb in past can i Improve my cardio or stamina sir? I can jog now for 4kilometers but haft of that is walking
    Please answer mt question guys

  • I never seen rosin all over the violin like the beginner kit I just got in. white stuff cover the wood after playing some. Cheap rosin that came with it?

  • Hello your vdo is informative.

    I’ve seen many youtuber makes vdos just for likes and subscribers.
    may be this is also for the same but the different is your vdo is more informative without taking so much time.

    Nice vdo.

    Take care. from Vegas.

  • I gotta be honest. I tried this for the first 4 minutes and I was like “I don’t feel anything!!” And then once I really sat and thought hard and channeled that energy where you instructed, I felt I was able to move part of my body I never knew I could! It was like a light bulb went off lol. Thank you so much for this!

  • Thank you Jessica for your videos! I just started seeing a pre/post natal PT for my DR and incontinence. My DR is a 2-3-2 about one knuckle deep. My youngest just turned 4. While I could live with a “mommy pooch” (but don’t prefer it), I cannot live with the incontinence when I sneeze, cough, or workout. I recently started working out consistently at a boot camp style gym for women, and I love it, but it has made my DR/incontenance right in the forefront of my mind. And I’m sick of wearing a pad!!
    I will use your videos to supplement what my PT gives me as well.