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Training with bodyweight will also provide your body with a rest from the barbell if you have been hammering heavy barbell lifts for a while. The best part of bodyweight training is that it does not require any fancy equipment or additional cost, all that is necessary is a basic knowledge of progression, some floor space, and if you want to get really fancy a pull up bar with a suspension trainer or gymnastics. Since you’re only using your own body weight as resistance, it’s harder to lose progressive overload, and without progressive overload, your hypertrophy and strength gains will be limited. You can add overload by doing more repetitions and sets of bodyweight squats, but you’ll eventually reach a ceiling where your muscles won’t grow further without forcing them to work harder.

You absolutely can have a great workout without a barbell and build a fantastic body. The goal, as with any workout regimen, will be to add progressive overload in all exercises that you perform. That just means increasing the weight regularly when one weight becomes easy.

As long as you don’t stagnate you’ll be improving. The simplest way to implement bodyweight training for hypertrophy is to take a well-known time-proven program like Starting Strength and to substitute barbell exercises with bodyweight versions. Bench presses will become dips or push-ups, squats will become pistols, etc. Bodyweight demands creativity in resistance adjustment: shifting more weight to one limb, elevating the feet, manipulating the range of motion, etc.

You cannot adjust the resistance with barbell precision, hence cycling is out and specialized variety is in as a means of increasing intensity. Using weights to supplement bodyweight exercises. This is an extension of the previous section. You can actually use weights, in many cases, to help supplement bodyweight exercises to work on both the neural patterns required (to some extent) as well as develop the strength and hypertrophy. Overhead pressing is a great way to build upper-body strength as well as a strong core.

The handstand push-up is basically the same movement pattern turned upside down. Get ready to flip this classic exercise on its head—literally! Unlike standard push-ups, handstand push-ups require a great deal of strength. Adding to your arsenal is easy: Though conventional bodyweight training has you using, well, your own bodyweight, you can easily add in a few tools without too much hassle or money.

Kettlebells, bands, weight plates, benches, steps and blocks can be extremely useful pieces of equipment that are not only effective additions but also cheap to boot. Bodyweight workouts have specific muscle building limitations due to a process known as the “strength-endurance continuum.” This is why a proper weight lifting routine that emphasizes heavy compound exercises and progressive overload will provide more significant results. Before joining a gym to gain some muscles or lose some weight, we should first sure to get a tough fight with the equipment and also face a strict trainer, who is eligible for trained and assured us for a better physical fitness.

The concept of weight training and body weight training is.

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The strength gained through an isolation exercise would be limited to a single muscle group; therefore, the gains in strength would be minimal.

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But the traps also benefit from the Barbell Clean and Press and from heavy Deadlifts, which are also included in the Basic Program.

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Resistance training programs can produce substantial strength gains.

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The upper curve in Figure 85-5 shows the approximate percentage increase in strength that can be achieved in a previously untrained young person by this resistive training program, demonstrating that the muscle strength increases about 30 percent during the first 6 to 8 weeks but almost plateaus after that time.

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The strength gains are similar either way.

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Squatting with the barbell is not included in this analysis.

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Similar strength gains are reported using one, two, or three sets, although multiple sets will reach strength gains quicker.

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strength as long as training is continued against a resistance to which the muscle is accustomed, but no added strength gains will be made.

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Compare that with externalizing the effort against the barbell.

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You need to get friendly with the barbell throughout these 12 weeks.

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  • I see Olympic gymnasts looking jacked. I don’t think weights are involved there. I also don’t think your body knows if it’s lifting metal, or it’s own mass. Weight is weight. Do what you want.

  • I disagree with the final assessment. Weights are not just better for aesthetics, they are better period. I don’t see many athletes doing pistol squats, handstands and one harm (bye bye helbows) push ups. I do see them doing snatches, squats, bench and press, thought.

  • I am 46 years old and I been at this since the 1980s. Now here is my opinion from the old school to new school. Weight training is great hell back when I was younger it was nothing to hit over 300lbs easy. I still lift but I do more calisthenics than anything. Now this guy is right overload is how you grow. With calisthenics I added something to it. I added resistance bands and tubes to increase the intensity of my workouts. Does it work well being I been doing this for years yes it does but I had to do a lot of experimenting though. And my friends also remember everybody’s level of fitness is different and it depends on what your wanting. If you wanna look like Ronnie Coleman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dorian Yates then yeah your gonna need a gym and a few supplements which increases your HGH levels or if you want that Bruce Lee, Floyd Mayweather, Terrell Owens look T.O. mentions he rarely hits weights it’s resistance training with tubes, Bands and body weight and dude is ripped. I myself have a boxers build. It really depends on what your looking for.

  • 2:29 this isn’t the right way to progress to the handstand push-up.
    knee push-ups->incline push-ups (hands elevated)->regular push-ups->pike push-ups->elevated pike push-ups->negative wall handstand push-ups->wall handstand push-ups->negative free handstand push-ups=>> free handstand push-ups

  • And what about rest period? Would that help? So normally you would pause 1:30 between sets. After you mastered that, lets say take 1:00 between sets. I would love to hear some advice!

  • The title is misleading. You say in the video that Calisthenics can build muscle but you write as a tittle “Calisthenics can’t build big muscles(proven)”

  • The fitness industry is got it all wrong… Fitness people are not symmetrical… they have incomplete body parts… Fitness people like to play a game with split training… split training is to develop symmetry… Fitness people are not going to do that… even if you’ll lit a stick of dynamite under their ass!

  • look up new studies especially those laid out by jeff nippard we know that volume is the driving factor. There are no significant differences to muscle gains with lighter weights if volume is the same.

  • I lift weights and do calisthenics but I’ll be damned if you say you cant get bigger muscles with calisthenics before I had any weights/bench press all I would do is calisthenics just as long as you eat right and workout hard you’ll get bigger muscles do 400 push ups and tell me your ass ain’t gonna build more muscle

  • Fuck what the study say just look at the guys in jail they r super jack and u can’t say they got weights in jail because they took the weights out years ago but yet dudes r still super jack they go HAM on pull ups dips sit ups and push ups

  • It mostly depends on what your goals are, so if bodybuilding is your thing obviously weight training is best however if your an athlete especially gymnastics then calastetics is superior in my opinion.

  • My uncle went to prison and he didn’t have access to weights or any supplements. He strictly used calisthenics and in about 4 years he came back jacked

  • Wow. Reminded me of freeletics coach workouts. Intense, supersets and effective.
    Today i paused the video too much and couldn’t complete the last round. I know its just 5 reps but im dead. Lol. But im not defeated. I’ll be back soon to finish this workout again and again and again inshallah.

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  • Legs showed similar gains because people don’t train their fucking legs… I think CrossFit wins in generally here… With the intense Strength and Power blocks and the give it all philosophy…you can’t “skip” leg day

  • I think calisthenics are really good for beginners to get started and build discipline/routine with no monetary cost. Way too many people believe that if they pay for the gym they’ll go to not waste the money but it almost never plays out that way. After you get used to having an exercise routine you’d be more confident in expending money to buy weights or pay for a gym has equipment.

  • BIG BODYBUILDER: i can benchpress 300kg, DeadLift 450kg, squat 320kg
    Calishtenics Athlete: how many strict pull ups can u do?
    BIG BODYBUILDER: confused growl

  • I hate how the title of the video is ‘you can’t build muscle with calisthenics’ yet he goes on to completely contradict this. If you don’t watch the video, the title gives people the impression that you can’t build muscle with calisthenics.. So many fitness youtubers put this sort of thing in their titles and it makes me so angry.

  • Click here I LOST 40lbs!!! You ask how? I visited website called NextLevelDiet. I selected only food I like and they provided me with DIET MEAL PLAN, TRAINING PLAN, FITNESS TIPS and HEALTHY RECIPES.

  • I started with weights 1.5 years back. But now, I am starting with calisthenics. The only reason i did weights first because i was too weak to do calisthenics. I struggled a lot. I have always found calisthenics more challenging and appealing. I have seen people lifting crazy weights on lat pull downs but they can hardly manage 10 pull ups with full rom. Calisthenics gives you real functional strength imo which weight training does not. And most people are average gym goers who would want to be fit as well as look good. And calisthenics does that better imo. Still combining both is a better approach than choosing either.

  • Think of it this way,
    Can you learn a planche, front lever, back lever anything like that with weightlifting no.
    Does calisthenics transfer to weight training, yes, can calisthenics transfer to weight lifting, no.
    Also, calisthenics is actually more optimal for getting lean, you don’t need facts to prove that to be fair.

  • In my own experiences weights get you big,strong n sluggish(slow)Cali’s get you leaner,inner strength,and more flexible..if your little lift weights if your big already do calis

  • The weight should be enough for you to do just 8-12 reps. And yes: at some point you need weights if you want to continue gaining muscle by calisthenics.

  • Hey can you let me know
    I am skinny fat. Will calisthenics help me to get rid of it as many people say that i should focus on weight lifting.
    Currently i can manage to do 10 pullups and 50 pushups in a row

  • Calisthenics is the best you can controle your bodyweight and you can get big is how you train calisthenics change my life and with calisthenics you can get bigger

  • Calisthenics can gets you sherred and can get many of skill… Gym workout can get you big muscle when you take pills and when you take steroid so which one is very good? Natural | Calisthenics or Bodybuilding | Chemical reaction

  • sry, but science has already shown us that doing less reps with heavier weight is much more effective then less weight and more reps. i also dont know why a no-gans skinny dude like you give other peeople workout tips lol.

  • Calisthenics is more fun and so many more things to learn weight lifting on the other hand is a bit boring and legit is king back breaker

  • This is great Sean. Question though, what would the sets and reps (starting off and weekly progression) be if your goal is fat loss or muscle gain? I assume reps are 2 reps shy of failure or even failure but what about sets (3 or 4 starting out and add more sets per week)?

  • After Handstand Push ups there are so many freaking ways to increase intensity for example Planche push ups…

    The only reason why people having better gains with weightlifting is because they are not determined to learn all the calistenics moves

  • I know calisthenics guys that are far bigger than what you will ever be. Weights are overrated and monotonous. The human body is designed for calisthenics movements. You suck mahn. I hate gymsharks.

  • Weighted calisthenics is still calisthenics, technically weighted squats are calisthenics also. So yes, you can gain a SHIIIIT ton of muscle with calisthenics. Plenty of progressive overload.

  • Still no answer to my biggest question… I don’t want to get bulky, no offense but even the author of this video is too bulky…. I’m thinking more like Jared leto

  • Hope you guys found this helpful. What’s the number one challenge you’re currently facing with your home workout and/or nutrition plan? Looking for some topics for upcoming videos. Comment below and let me know!

  • I’m a newbie to lifting and I’m 4 weeks into my exercise plan. I’ve been adding more reps as my form of progressive overload, but I’m still a bit confused with a section of this video.

    If I workout 3 days a week and on my previous week my max was 9 reps…The following week should I:

    A) Be doing more reps every time I exercise? (ex: Mon 10 reps, Wed 11 reps, Fri 12 reps)
    B) Be doing more reps every session equally? (ex: Mon 10, Wed 10, Fri 10)

  • Great video Sean, I’m currently 44yrs old & have the typical dad bod, what you referred to as skinny fat. 5’ 10 205. My question is can I still gain decent muscle size at this age? Don’t need to get huge, just add a few inches to arms & lean out a bit. I used to work out 5x per week when I had a gym at my work. I currently only have an adjustable bench & dumb bells ranging from 8-40lbs, pull up & push up bar, is that enough to get the job done or should I invest in a gym membership. One last thing I work night shift & sleep during the day so what would be the best time to work out? Thanks for your time

  • Fad exercises are fruitless exercises… the young and the dumb are wasting their time! Bodybuilding is about working the muscles… most people cannot learn that… ego lifters cannot be reformed!

  • The only thing I would add to number 2, is a reminder that some variations target or isolate certain muscles more due to the orientation, position, and movement. Decline pushup, for example, works more on the upper pecs. Just a suggested added clause.

  • I think it’ll be good for everyone to move their bodyweight through space it’ll definite make you a better athlete especially the power lifting people tho they’ll be more challenged due to the extra bodyweight their arms have to lift. Would a weight vest be healthy for the skeleton frame or too much pressure?

  • hi!! is soreness a sign that I am getting stronger and my workouts are effective, or can soreness occur even if you’re not progressing

  • Hey man I just honestly want to thank you for everything you put out. I started lifting about 9 years ago and your program was the first one I ever bought and tried, as well as the one I used for many years. You’re the best fitness expert I’ve ever come across even to this day. You’re a really intelligent person and it shows in the way you deliver your information. You know what you’re talking about and I love the way you explain everything so clearly. Thanks again man!

  • Sean, just out of curiosity, why did you shift your personal focus away from bodybuilding and mass-building? As you’ve said before, you were super into it at one time, and then decided to take your physique in another direction. I’ve always wondered what prompted that.

  • It’s a good time to be a novice lifter, lol. I can still progress and make gains with minimal equipment! Imagine being a 400/500/600lb bencher/squatter/deadlifter and trying to maintain your gains at home!

  • Thanks Sean for this! So important to reinforce basic principles in progressive overload. I add isometric pauses to a lot of my home exercise and it’s a great way to increase time under tension �� Finding variety in these home workouts are definitely the number challenge. Anyone else struggling with variety in home workouts?

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  • I do squats with my girlfriend on my back. I keep her well fed so she gains about 2 lbs of weight per week. This is how I will be doing progressive overload.

  • I learned to mix calisthenics with weight training because of the lockdown and i can tell you its very effectif (i do pushups with alot if wight in a bag + alot of variation and push ups with one hand and i do also try to maximise the weight for my biceps and back…)

  • Dude Sean, phenomenal stuff. Great content and so many ideas packed in here. Really appreciate all of the knowledge and clear and practical ways to increase muscle even without heavy resistance. I can definitely speak for pulses and pauses or including isolation. That’s a really easy way to make an exercise massively harder

  • this guy flew to Asia as soon as the virus hit the US. this guy is prepared to retire with all his wealth transferred over there ����

  • Very informative video. Plenty of options to choose from to progress at home. I enjoyed learning about pulse reps I think that will be included in my workouts now. ( Bulgarian split squats)

  • Thanks Sean you’re truly the King of YouTube when it comes to fitness and health hands down your videos are always education and helpful.

  • I have a question for nutrition. Since I’m not lifting as heavy as I was before. Should I keep eating the same number of calories or lower them a bit? I was in a small surplus before this happened

  • Really appreciate your home workout tips & suggestions on making progress! Been working out at home for 6 weeks now and looking to make things more challenging (normally I lift weights 5x/wk at gym). I am struggling with finding back exercises as i only have lighter weights now & cannot do pullups or inverted rows (which i know are great). I would appreciate your top 3 suggestions for back I have lighter dumbbells & a resistance band with 2 handles I can work with. I want to make progress not just maintain. Thank you!

  • I’m only limited when it comes to chest exercises, so what I been doing this past month was just trying to do more pushups to failure.

  • Thanks for the information Sean! You do a good job on your video presentations, and I’m actually physically able to utilize your advice on my workouts (haha)! I’m in the older set (61) and a novice when it comes to lifting and working out (dumbbells and my own body weight since last November). I was looking to sizing up on my dumbbell weights this summer, but during the pandemic, if spring is any indication, there won’t be much selection on equipment either in stores or online. So, this video should come in handy for not only me, but others looking to improve on or maintain their physical fitness. Thanks again!

  • Haha ” after the handstand pushup it’s going to be hard to increase intensity” made me laugh. As if anyone watching this is in that situation thinking to themselves, “well I can do a hundred handstand push-ups no problem so calisthenics obviously isn’t right for me”

  • Hey bro if you reply to me that would be awesome!

    I think i impinged my shoulder like 6 months ago after doing bar dips on shoulder day
    The pain was too much to lift in the 1st month
    After that i could lift and do compound movements with no pain
    But the aching feeling is always there in my left shoulder
    I will get it checked after the virus ends
    But any advice from you would be great

  • Here’s a link to the written article on the site for those interested: https://builtwithscience.com/build-muscle-without-lifting-heavier/. Hope you enjoyed this one! Comment below what other topics you’d like to see during this time and I’ll get on it!

  • Let’s say I am doing Curls with resistance bands, and I perform the first set of 30 reps, the second set of 20 reps and the third set of 10 reps, should I increase the resistance only when all three sets reach 30 reps?

  • Jeremy Ethier is the BEST FITNESS CHANNEL!!! Thank you Jeremy you offer very important information about our training. Greetings from Greece!!!!

  • This is a nice workout but I think this pace is a little unrealistic. I’m not a beginner but I do have some injuries and definitely couldn’t bang out 15 lunges in that time frame.

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I do believe that I must have tested every single fat reduction method that was available, however eventually not one of them helped me to lose and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets simply because my work buddy who told me incredible things about it and so far to date I have successfully dropped 15 lbs within 3 weeks!

  • Hello Jeremy, my name is edwin, i just have a question, i have a problem, ever since high school i have gotten anterior pelvic tilt but my quads are tight too, how do i get my quads loose and git rid of anterior pelvic tilt. is there a way to get rid of my my tight quads and pelvic tilt?

  • Hi Jeremy, ive just joined your lean for women plan to get me back on track. Thanks for all the hard work. I dont need to pay out for a personal trainer when i have you. ��

  • If you think bench pressing 500pounds is impressive then you never saw a one arm hand stand push upss.. Because that would break physics.

  • Can you make a video about shakey muscles while exercising, like reasons and how to manage it. Im trying to lose wt by doing your exercises and following your advices but I do get fatigue very fast to a point that I cant fight anymore

  • Generally speaking you want to lift concentrically in roughly half the weight it took you to control the weight eccentrically. A 5 second eccentric is good, but not so much concentrically

  • Powerlifting is the best, fuck the people who ask for likes and who cares about shitty thenics, it’s for cheap homeless people who wants to build these tiny ass muscles

  • please man i need your help. i am currently using weights while i train my abs,, but how often should i increase the weight? ( i never seen any one using heavy weights while training abs) so i am really confused

  • Ee-Centric is NOT a word, and it is NOT any option for pronunciation of the word eccentric. Look it up, Please! You’re better than that Jeremy!!!

  • I am 6ft tall and 143lbs and i have guesstimated that I’m around 16% body fat. I am starting lean bulking, cuz if I cut, I’ll be way to freakishly thin. But when lean bulking, if I do jump rope will this help me lose body fat and tone my muscles and if so how often can I do this?

  • Hey Jeremy! Really like your videos and how thoroughly you support your claims with actual scientific research. I’ve noticed a lot of your focus is on bodybuilding with the goal of adding muscle mass; what about if you’re trying to gain strength without adding significant mass? I’m a climber so my performance depends heavily on my strength:weight ratio. Obviously losing fat is super beneficial and your fat loss videos have been super helpful, but having to lug up excess chest/leg muscle weight can also be a problem. The traditional idea was that high rep low weight was for toning not strengthening; your analysis seems to say otherwise. What then should the approach be?

  • Really helpful video. Not wanting to go to the gym during C19 I am looking for different ways to continue working out at home. This video gave me some good ideas.

  • It helps mix the high and low reps in my routine? I mean, doing 2 weeks whith high reps/ light weight and the other 2 weeks with low reps/heavy weight?

  • Hello Jeremy! Just wanted to know how to tone up the loose; don’t know the name; inner side of upper arm ; not the triceps;which r on the outer sides ; if I am right.

  • Range of motion, partials and attacking the same muscle from different angles has worked extremely well for me, especially on my arms.
    The increases in arm size came in two months, where before I was at a standstill.

  • Hi Jeremy
    Any chance of a 40+ years science based advice on building muscle I know it’s a hot topic but I think you would cover this better than most!
    Much appreciated

  • You ok Jeremy? I noticed in the recent videos that your enunciation isn’t as clear as before. It was a bit unclear what you were saying and I had to turn on the captions but those didn’t help that much. I thought it was just in my mind but I watched a video from 2 years ago and stark difference. I hope you’re doing alright

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    AND THAT FITNESS BAND OR ANY SMART WATCH SHOULD BE VERY VERY MUCH SAME AS LIKE DITTO ANY OF GYM MACHINES WHICH WE HAVE IN OUR GYM FRND LIKE ANY TREADMILL OR STATIONARY BIKE OR ANY ELLIPTICAL OR ROWING MACHINE OR ANY STAIR MASTER TYPE OF ANY TYPE OF STEPS TAKEN AND CALORIES BURN TYPE OF MACHINE AVAILABLE IN GYMS OK FRND

    I WANT THAT SUCH TYPE OF ANY FITNESS BAND WHICH IS VERY MUCH SIMILAR LIKE OF OUR GYM MACHINES WHICH WE HAVE IN OUR GYMS OK FRND

    THEY SHOULD BE VERY VERY ACCURATE EXACT AND RIGHT IN ANY MANNER FOR TRACKING OF OUR STEPS, KM DISTANCE, HEARTBEAT AND THE MAIN THING IS CALORIES BURNED OK FRND

    PLZ FOCUS ON THIS CALORIES BURNING MY FRND BECAUSE THIS IS THE MAIN THING WHICH WE ALL WANT AT ANY COST MY FRND OK

    TELL ME THAT THING TO ME MY FRND BECAUSE I AM VERY VERY BIT OF CONFUSED FROM LAST SINCE MANY YEARS IN THIS THING TOPIC OK FRND

    HERE I AM GIVING U ONE EXAMPLE OF MY DAILY STEPS TAKEN AND DISTANCE COVERED AND CALORIES BURNED NOW U PLZ TELL ME THAT

    IS THESES NUMBERS AND EQUATIONS ARE VERY CORRECT ACCURATE AND RIGHT LIKE ANY GYM TYPE OF MACHINES TELL ME THAT TO ME MY FRND OK

    I MEAN THESE STEPS WHICH WHAT THEY ARE SHOWING IN PARTICULAR DISTANCE COVERED AND THAN CALORIES BURNED IS THOSE OR THAT NUMBERS ARE BEST GOOD AND RIGHT

    SO PLZ TELL ME THAT FITNESS BAND WHICH IS PERFECT IN TRACKING AND TRACING OUR STEPS TAKEN AND CALORIES BURNED

    PLZ FOCUS ON THESE TWO MAIN THINGS MY GOOD FRND OK

    SO PLZ TELL ME THE MOST EFFECTIVE AND RIGHT AND ACCURATE FITNESS BAND

    FRND PLZ FOCUS ON MAIN TWO THINGS THAT WHICH ARE CALORIES BURNED AND STEPS COUNTING TAKEN

    TELL ME THAT TO ME MY FRND OK

  • Hi Jeremy this my question basically I have chrons disease. Struggling putting weight on but my protein intake is good I was told not train BECUASE I will burning callories. Can you give me advice on this Iam at 63kg so should I train while eating??

  • Jeremy please explain about the FAT BURNING HEART RATE… I´ve read one just burns fat effectively after 20 minutes and keeping your burning heart rate, otherwise it´s “useless”. I´d appreciate if you could clarify this. Thank you.

  • Dear Jeremy,
    I’m a big fan of this channel and the content and knowledge you share with us.
    I also find your physique is the best “Ideal Body” and I hope to build an equivalent physique.
    It would be kind of you if you share with us your body measurement in detail.
    Thank you

  • He just said in previous video to do more reps with 20 seconds interval and repeat until you do equal reps as the 1st set e.g. 20reps 20sec rest 10reps 20sec 6reps then 4reps
    In this video he says to have at least 60 sec for isolation exercises and 2 minutes for compound exercises. Now I am confused

  • so imma try doing this 4 days a week while doing a 20 min hiit workout for 2 days and have one day rest every week for 2 months.
    day 1: I went to stay at my cousins house for 2 weeks and I ate pretty unhealthy the whole time and I didn’t workout at all so my body isn’t really used to working out anymore so I only did 8 minutes of the workout. I will try again tomorrow and see if I improve

  • The first time I did this I got up from the last knee tuck and I fell right back down�� my legs were so tired they couldn’t hold me������ (I got up the second try tho)

  • I did this workout because I heard that you can’t spot reduce fat, so I did this for two days, with april hans and alexis rens thigh workout, and a kind of healthy diet ( I wasn’t strict at all I ate sweets and all that junk but surprisingly It didn’t really effect my results). I drank tumeric water every night and warm water every morning and have lost 1 inch of of my thighs.

  • Thank you. I enjoy your video I lot. I really love the way you speak! I have been trying many of your workouts and enjoy them so much. I have a few questions:
    1. Do I need to do a warm-up before your training?
    2. I am playing it at.75 speed so I can do it slower, but then the workout took too long so I have to skip the 5 reps round. Or should I try to follow the normal speed one and do as much as I can?
    3. I always need to pause to catch my breath. I got my heart rate up to 170/min, would this be too much for strength training?
    4. I actually did not feel much soreness after the training. Is this a sign that I am not working out enough? But I already pushed myself very hard and got my heart rate up…..

    Thanks again!

  • Thanks so much!!! I’m very small and I believed I wouldn’t be able to endure this very well but this helped me so much!! Thanks a bunch!!!

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  • It’s my first day today..and whoaaaa!this workout killed meeee…got to know how weak I am…i am going to do this for a week..and hopefully I’ll update u guys for the results! ��

  • THAT WAS AMAZING, I’m dripping with sweat eventhough it took me longer on some exercises I completed it. I feel so so proud of myself!!

  • Hey! Can you please suggest me a protein shake for women after doing this exercise or what should I eat for energy and protein because this exercise definitely needs much energy. Please tell me

  • I weigh nearly 250lbs. I believe I tore my glutes doing the lunges and my knees gave the sound guys for a rice krispies ad a run for their money during the squats. Not sure I can come back.

  • Please advise and I am confuse as there is no warm up and final cool down in your exercise or workout. Please advise on this. I am Girish from India

  • I went into this because I’m too lazy to do cardio, thinking it’s just a short and easy workout.

    Boy, I was very wrong.

    Thanks, Joanna!

  • I went into this because I’m too lazy to do cardio, thinking it’s just a short and easy workout.

    Boy, I was very wrong.

    Thanks, Joanna!

  • A reminder for beginners:

    It is ok to not be able to do all the excerise,

    It is ok to take longer to complete them,

    It is ok to take a lot more breaks,

    It is ok to not finish the excersizes.

    Trust your body, do not over work yourself, do what you can do!!

    proud of you all <3

  • Weight training is just for the look while calisthenics is pure strengh and also someone who does calisthenics is always much more athletic than a weight lifter

  • Me throughout the hole thing: struggling to keep up/going at my own pace
    Her: Good job now I want you to go into child’s pose
    Me, out of breath: Oh.. yes.. I can do this one…
    Her: Staring the second run through
    Me, still in child’s pose: Nah I think I’ll stay for a little bit… this is my favorite workout..

  • Hi! Could you please make a video about Osgood Schlatter? I’ve been suffering from this a few months now and I’m beginning to worry about if I will ever be able to work out again. Thanks!

  • Wonderful work out.. u really r a motivation.. it’s really really very difficult to finish all sets with ur speed.. but I’m happy that I culd do all 4 sets… Will try to improve the timing and form for superman plank.. it’s very tough for me.. but really thank u very much.. love all ur videos

  • I did thumbs down for this video. It is very dangerous. No manageable breaks. Instead it’s 5 seconds. You get at least at 15 sec break at the end of each round. Doing these workouts back-to-back is a recipe for someone to feel nausea or pass out. Please pause the video if you feel any of these symptoms!!

  • As a Registered Dietitian I so, so, so appreciate that her language is focused on Gaining things strength, muscle, etc and not on Losing things fat, weight, etc (at least from what I noticed, maybe I missed something while I was having a near death experience around the 3rd-4th set).

    Y’all watching this are already perfectly wonderful looking, I hope you can make your motivation for these workouts rooted in having a more powerful, capable, strong body, because your worth is Not determined by how lean, skinny, light you are.

  • If u do calisthenics u will get good a body but won’t have that much strength but if u do free weights u might not have a good body might be fat and muscle but u will be strong

  • Great info!! Maybe a detailed progression for all muscular groups could be something great too!! Excuse my english we speak spanish here.����

  • Free weights are a far easier, more effective stimulus for muscles. However so much more core strength can be achieved through calisthenics

  • Personally, I use my own weight to shape my own body. I can work it out anywhere and anytime without relying on additional weights.

  • Mostly free weights with some calinisthenics like pullups and calinisthenics core/abdomen exercises. With weights you can just add more weight and free weight exercises are often a bit less complicated and techinical and more easy.

  • I used to use my body weight to exercise when I was around 18 and within a year I was fit hard and strong as hell and agile too. Yet when you get to a certain point of strength, body weight becomes too light for you so you need to increase the reps and sets.

  • Calisthenics can be applied to more real life situations and let’s say ur hanging off a cliff if ur a bodybuilder your probably fucked cause u can’t pull up ur own weight or say u had to jump or maneuver ur way out of danger calisthenics utilizes our body more. & it’s more long term

  • People, stop using PushUps as the mains of calisthenics. PushUps are for beginners…it’s like benching a 60xbw…. Compare a 130kg bench with a full Planche push up. That’s a fair comparison

  • It always depends, more absolute strength transfers automatically to more athleticism no matter if done with bodyweight or free weights.
    Isolations can also translate to more overall strength if used to strengthen weak links.
    There is no straight answer, if you’re a serious athlete you better use all tools available to you.

  • I do both of them. I like calisthenics because I find some skills like the planche as pretty sick for me, or doing a handstand pushups felt like your an anime character working out.
    Also, weighlifting because I am not seeing much progress in my body just from doing calisthenics alone. I want those fast gains so I could feel more confident about myself.

    It’s literally just your personal opinions that matters, do not care about others and just do what you love and like.

  • Calisthenics trains more compound movement but require higher fitness level/strength in the more advance stages. Also it’s harder to progress if you don’t have the prerequisite mastered. Free weights is easier to get started and easy to progress but you need equipment also if your workout program is too limited you will have a lot of muscle unbalances. Also I notice a lot of oddly shaped weight lifters while calisthenics have a better Physique.
    The best option is to do both as there are no reason to limit yourself to one training method. Also calisthenics has a lot of carry over to weight lifting progression.

  • Weighted calistenics and some specific free weights. Just don’t limit yourself. You can do both, they’re not religions like so many people seem to think.

  • The problem with calisthenics is that you need core strength to begin with. You could be able to bench press a lot of weight but still be unable to do a push up.

  • “Bodyweight exercises are better suited to improve functional movement that’s used in daily life”. Well, that’s enough to convince me.

  • If you’re a person who weighs more bodyweight training can build muscle and strength. I’m 220 and can do 100 chin ups and 300 push ups in a workout (usually 10 sets of 10 on chin ups and 10 sets of 30 push ups) bodyweight training has gotten me great results!

  • Calisthenics is better because a bodybuilder cannot keep up with a calisthenics in a push up race so they can control their bodyweight but bodybuilding is also betted because someone that does calisthenics cannot lift something that a bodybuilder lifts for 5 years

  • + More creativity with calisthenics
    + natural muscle mass/natural way of training
    + learn useful skills (e.g muscle up)
    Hard to isolate muscles

    + Isolate muscles/more mass
    Not creative
    no skills
    doing the same thing all the time

    Combine them. Mix it up a bit. It will feel more fun rather than just a chore.

  • I was training sw for almost 3yrs and 2 weeks ago i started going to the gym so i don’t really care what is better when im doing both

  • In calisthenics you will definelty be more fit, benefiting you for years to come if you continue this training. You engage way more stabilizer muscles that are used to obviously stabilise the body and make everyday functionality trouble free.

  • I do Calisthenics for 2 years now and I got wider but the point is I got much stronger. So calisthenics is better for the Tendons and ligaments. Better for real power Joint-gentle. Just fantastic. One arm pull up. I started with the Gym 2 weeks ago and it’s just awesome more volume bigger muscles new experiences and muscle memory do both and you will be the best. I will keep my calisthenics skills. And I will destroy the gym. Train every part of your body Bruce Lee

    Ps: I also play soccer in a Club or sometimes I throw some footballs. Again try everything. Keep fun and progress together. Don’t hide in any Coziness

  • Calisthenics is both more interesting and targets more muscles at the same time, it’s the way for me, I have a weight vest and just add weight to it to keep it on the 7-20 rep range, to each it’s own, I find calisthenics more doable for the lonely/independent person, I feel that it can make you more lean too

  • Lol, the face in the thumbnail. I enjoy the fact that it seems like you’re still having loads of fun doing these videos.

    I’ve enjoyed watching your progress from the beginning!

  • It’s just that calisthenics strength is relative to your body weight, while the strength you build with free weights is just about how heavy a load you can lift. For example: do you think that very invested calisthenics athletes can deadlift 750lbs? No. But can very invested strongmen do a planche? Again, no. It’s all about what you’re trying to achieve by working out

  • Did anyone one notice that you have to put in more work to learn how to make body weight exercises harder while free weights you don’t, making free weights better, and then he says a little later, that to not get hurt doing free weights you will want to learn proper form, what a hypocrite.

  • honestly i thought after i was forced to switch to calithsenthics in quarantine, it was gonna be horrible but then i realized… i would much prefer to be do some of those feats you mentioned in the video. 1.) because it would be benefical to my martial arts trainging as well and 2.) because i only started lifting to lose weight but after i did that i began building muscle and after 2 years i just remeberd i never cared much for big muscles anyways.

  • Personally take from both worlds and become agile and strong at the same time. Don’t limit urself too just one thing. Don’t be simple minded be an open thinker and transform ur body into something else.

    like Uncle Iroh once said “ it’s important to draw wisdom from different places. if u take it from only one place it becomes rigid and stale”

  • you will be stronger lifting free weights. real world strength comes with lifting weights. you might be able to do a flagpole or a one handed push-up with calisthenics but how is that gonna help you when you need to do something that requires strength? if two people of the same weight and height both workout out for 6 months one did free weight and one did calisthenics i can almost guarantee the free weight lifter would be a lot stronger than the calisthenic person.

  • Oof I know it’s like 3 years ago but it’s like Weights for Simple Muscle Mind, and Calisthenics for Super Complex Muscle Mind so it’s like dumb muscle, smart muscle k bye

  • My first day doing this. I thought i was gonna die especially when the superman and plank part lol im determined to do this along with cardio!

  • Sala bodyweight workout aur running krke desh ka sbse bada army bn jate h log..Usse kya jada takat hoga kya jym wale ko….Wo log normal khana kha ke v aplogo se jada furtila aur takatwar hota h.

  • Bhai you are wrong that we can’t build muscles at home with body weight
    Because if we are a teenager we can gain muscles because as we know after puberty our body gains muscles so if we increase our body tone and bone strength our muscles will be built automatically when we reach 16 year of age
    Because after 15 we start to gain muscles
    Isn’t i right please anyone correct me if i am

  • बहुत-बहुत धन्यवाद आपको, आप हिंदी में आसानी से हर चीज़ उपलब्ध करा रहे हैं जो कि भारत में bodybuilding की समझ को बढ़ाने में कारगर साबित होगा।������

  • Hm avi 10th class me h…hm avi 2 din se bicep workout kr rhe h ghar pr…mera haath bahut dard kr rha h…kya ye sab ke sath hota h?

  • I was having a pizza with my friend when he said he was on a diet and pizza is his regular cheat meal and part of diet plan he got from NextLevelDiet. I thought he was crazy, but after a month I noticed his body has changed a lot. He looked better than ever. I should really visit that website

  • Sir plz make a vdo on muscles soreness ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������

  • Bhai aap hi ho jisne meri aankh khol di. ����������������
    Mai 2 years se calisthenics workouts kar Raha hu. Meri body me starting me change aaya tha lekin ab koi change nahi aa raha hai.
    Even ab me 70 pushups one row me kar sakta hu. Lekin muscles gain nahi ho raha. Ab me gym join karunga.
    Mera 1 or question hai:

    Bhai please tell me can I increase my speed with the help of bodyweight workouts.
    I will be highly obliged if either you make a video on this topic or suggest me directly in the comment section.
    Please bhai help karo Mai bahut mehnat kar Raha hu������

  • Kya resistance band se muscle gain kr sakte hai hum…quki merepas resistance band aur 5 kg ke do dumbles hai(adjustive) pls bataiye.