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Build Strength with These 17 Secret Tips If the article title brought you here, I hate to tell you there aren’t any “secrets” to getting stronger. Getting stronger rely on a few basic principles, and we’ll go over them later. Getting stronger requires work inside and outside of the gym. Too often do I see people work so hard in the gym just to. Okay so these tips aren’t necessarily “secret” but I get asked questions on how to gain strength all of the time.

There’s a few simple principles that I will go over in this article as well as some more in-depth tips. Onto the secret tips on how to gain strength Like I said, these aren’t 17 Secret Tips on How to Gain Strength Read More ». 9. Increase Strength Through Powerlifting. Your muscles respond to training in three ways. When you train with high reps (more than 15), there is an increase in endurance with no substantive improvement in size or strength.

The six to twelve rep range—the range that all big bodybuilders rely on—promotes an increase in both size and strength. How to Be Mentally Strong. Mental Strength is the capacity of an individual to deal effectively with stressors, pressures and challenges and perform to the best of their ability, irrespective of the circumstances in which they find themselves (Clough, 2002).. Building mental strength is fundamental to living your best life.Just as we go to the gym and lift weights in order to build our.

Dropping fat to stage-ready percentages is no easy feat, and a hardcore cut usually ends up burning as much motivation and strength as it does fat. Fortunately, we can learn from successful people. We asked eight MuscleTech athletes for their best fat-loss tips and strategies and came back with these 17 gems.

Developing mental strength takes a conscious effort, dedication and daily practice. Start with these 10 exercises to work out your mental muscles. Related: 15.

Strength is the foundation of everyday acts of athleticism (like hitting a 300-yard drive in golf) and not-so-human feats (like J.J. Watt’s 5’1″ box jump).Strength isn’t limited to muscle. The 6 Secrets to Transforming Your Legs—and Ultimately Your Whole Body. Do heavy strength work in the 3-to-5 rep range, hypertrophy work in the 6-to-12 rep range, and endurance work in. 10 Ways to Build Strength Without the Size This link opens in a new window Apply these methods below to jack up your strength, but not your size.

3 Pro Tips to Running Faster >>> 6. Try. The process of gaining strength and muscle is both relatively easy to understand and to apply, especially if you follow these tips for building strength and muscle. I have myself made many mistakes especially when I was starting out.

I hope that these tips can help prevent you from doing the same.

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Here are some mental training tips from Byrd Goad and other top lifters.

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from Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel
by Steven Ungerleider
Rodale Books, 2005

One of the first things to win me over was the preternatural ability of the CrossFit Elysium coaches to memorize not only names, mine included, but also specific workout achievements linked with those names.

“Inside the Box: How CrossFit ® Shredded the Rules, Stripped Down the Gym, and Rebuilt My Body” by T. J. Murphy
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Strategy 3: Learn new skills and techniques you need to build this strength.

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Yet there is really nothing secret about this strength.

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And in Step 6, as you tie together your now impressive set of skills, you learn to navigate safely through the nutritional environment.

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When I and the guide are ready to begin, I lift my hands and hold (my] fingertips together in front of my solar plexus or my heart….

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That is, these articles would teach you “inconvenient truths” like you can’t get muscle definition as fast as you’d like, you can’t target just belly fat for elimination, and you’ll need more than 1250-word tips to build the body of your dreams.

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I’ve read and learned some valuable tips from each of them!

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These exercises should be staples of every strength enthusiast’s routine.

“Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy” by Bret Contreras
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• Which do you think are the five most important tips?

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  • The best fitness channel and the most underrated!!
    Hello Matt! can you tell me your level in the big six of CC, and the shotgun muscles in CC2?
    thank you very much

  • Hi Chris I got to the point for doing push ups as close to my waistline as possible and now I am trying to do support all my body weight usinf my hands now, but when I try and do it, my body becomes a seasaw and I can’t stop it! Please help!

  • Que tremendo video! Felicitaciones!, aprovecho de invitar a tu comunidad a seguirnos, somos un canal de Audios medicinales para meditacion, sanacion, concentración y mucho mas. Los cuales pueden ayudar al descanso muscular en tiempos de reposo.

  • If I would be cheeky I would say this comes in handy in years, that she can’t hide her boyfriend under the bed… But who would be so cheeky?

  • Pull Ups are hard. What about Rows first then Pull Ups once you are stronger. You need to be strong to do Pull Ups they wob’t make you strong

  • For now, what I’m trying to manage is my eating habits. Since I can’t leave my house, I’m not moving a lot and it is easier to gain fat ��

  • When I learnt we had to do Dovetail joints by hand! No fancy machines just hand tools and marks. Talk about time consuming!
    Never see them on modern furniture……

  • bro i’m also a beginner and this video was very helpful
    if i tell truly i can’t afford a trainer but i guide myself buy seeing your videos thanks bro

  • Work smart, exercise dumb! I get it!!!:) Stress is the best! Followed by Rest! John 3:16 True Rest for the True Fight!:)
    Keep pressing on toward the goal!:) Super Human Strength will require superhuman resistance as in, resist the devil and he will flee! And you will prosper! Spiritually speaking!

  • Hey have you ever considered an aluminum extrusion bed frame im considering making one so you can bolt on stuff and adjust as needed

  • Loved this! These are the same tips I give people. But the stopping at the chest was something new for me. Definitely gonna try to keep it moving! Now I need some for the ski! (Wouldn’t mind the assault bike either!)

  • Bro i truly love you and your vedios.
    I love people like you.
    This vedio is good lesson for me.
    Btw i want to know that do you have gf.
    I’m curious to know

  • eso no es fuerza es maña tu confundes conceptos.cualquier hoy profesor y profesional cuantos años tienes???jamas entregaría con niños todos flipados y lleno de tatuajes como un delincuente común increíble pero cierto!!!!

  • Here’s another great song to listen while strength training: “The Ecstasy of Gold” by Ennio Morricone from the movie ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’.

  • Great video….
    Is this technique the same for cals on the rower. When I row for cals in a workout, I pause after I pull. Should I not be doing that and keep it fluid instead?

  • It’s important to remember that dowel, spline, biscuit, and domino joints are only as strong as those pieces of wood they’re named after. They can be extremely weak or spectacularly strong.

  • THANK YOU!!! We are about to purchase a rower for home and I have been trying to learn proper techniques…love you and the channel ♥️��

  • Another really useful video. On another note, after living in the US for a while, I still can’t get my ahead around why people don’t use metric!? Nobody should ever have to deal with a 64th of anything. Lol. The US, Burma and Liberia I believe are the only three countries on the world to persist.

  • Hey Chris
    I just wanna really say thank you for all your videos…….I just regret only discovering them this year……..I have been trying really hard to master the superhuman pushups…..and honestly speaking I really have no idea what I am doing wrong…I just wanted to ask how you first felt when you started out with all ur training and how did you get passed the tough times during your training

  • Great one Kristy! Don’t you use the drag factor configuration in the tower to setup your optimal dumper setting? I would love to see ski erg, eco bike, assault bike and all possible machines efficiency tips too!

  • WoW soy español, y no entendí casi nada��, pero nada más vi la parte práctica y me quedé estupefacto, lo intentaré, gracias por el vídeo ����

  • I need this guy as a roommate. I need him to bang on my door and get me out of bed. I need him to tell me to get going. I need him to workout with me. I’m serious….

  • Don’t you have an 1/8th inch saw blade?? Could you have attached all the drawers as one piece figured the mounting then cut it out? And then attach without all the extra?

  • Nice build. Another good idea would be to use the spring actuated drawer slides. That way when opening the drawer, you push it in with your foot and it pops out. That way you don’t have to reach all the way under the drawer to open it and you can keep your clean aesthetic.

  • Oh, wow. Totally solved a problem for me! I recently refitted the kitchen, and raised all the kitchen units so there was room for storage underneath. I was considering making loose wheeled drawers, mainly because the drawer sliders I found were hefty great beasts that took up way too much room. But with the handy link in the description for those sliders, I can now progress! Awesome, man!:D

  • I got here from 9gag by people talking about woodworking and mentions something like ‘proper joint’ but I love this video, it looks so fun! I’m not a woodworker and never ever do any woodworking in my life, but I subscribe to this channel because the contents are so good. Am I weird?

  • Great tips as usual ��thank you for these awesome videos.can you please also talk about legless rope climbs and peg board ascendings? Thank you

  • Matt, one needs to use the same routine/exercises in order to log reps, sets and progressions, right? In order to make sure you’re moving forward and getting stronger. The challenge is that there are so many exercises you can do. For me it’s like opening a menu at a restaurant, I eat what I feel like eating according to my mood! Results, in long term I feel I’m spinning my wheels! You’re thoughts? Thank you. Take care.

  • I know I already made a comment about this but please mention something about how not to feel sick after working out legs (like lunges)

  • @1.58 would be even stronger if the pocket screws went in from the other side. Towards the meat of the wood as opposed to going outwards towards the end.

  • First video of you and your work I see, you definetely have that passion I love as well…I inmediately subscribed. thanks for sharing! Congrats!

  • I like the butt joints but I love the orange leaf that is hanging out with you guys for the last two joints and into the end of the video. <3

  • Love your tips! I started rowing competitively about 5 years ago and love the sport for overall fitness, cardio and power. Although I agree with you about not overreaching at the catch, I can’t help but notice you don’t have full leg compression. It looks like you could compress a little more (while still holding your back and shoulders upright) so that your shins are more vertical. Admittedly, that also depends on what kind of piece you are doing if you’re doing an all out sprint like 500m at a higher stroke rating, you don’t want to over compress either, so your angle might be ok. But for more medium range intervals 5 min or more you may gain a little more length in the leg drive of your stroke. And, as a relatively shorter athlete, that might help you gain a few more meters.
    Love your videos, you got me through lots of steady state solo erging during the early spring part of the pandemic. Keep up the awesome work!

  • I’ve used the Concept 2 for years. I was aware of aiming to keep the chain level and smooth but I’d not heard of 1 o’clock / 11 o’clock and I’m clearly a devil on leaning in as I come forward so I’ll definitely try and improve on this aspect.
    Thanks so much.
    Bob ����

  • Thanks for the tips. Watched this last night and as luck would have it, this morning’s WOD had rowing in it (5 x 2 min AMRAPs of 10 Thrusters (95/65) and 200 m Row as a cash in and then max Thrusters (the only ones that count). 1 min rest between AMRAPs). I always pulled back too far thinking the longer my stroke, the better. I tried to staying between 1 and 11 as suggested and found my 500m pace was on average about 5 to 10 seconds faster.

  • Thank you Kristi! Controlling my fan speed is a great tip….. I’ve been using the moment after full arm extension as a nano-rest period before flexing my legs again. Didn’t realize I was slowing my fan and losing momentum. Can’t wait to apply my new technique!

  • I try not to get caught up in all the science it takes the fun out of training for me. My rule to keep building muscle while enjoying my workouts is to do a push pull split but with no particular exercise selection or order i just decide my workout on the day. Now to make sure i keep getting stronger and keep building muscle i just make sure that i take my muscles to failure by the end of my workout.

  • It îs recomanded to do dead lifts If You have a week lombar zone? If so it îs ok to do IT with small weight or the perfect propor form Will not even efect the spine? Please do a video about IT becose everytime o see or heard about dead lifts i get and imedietly back pain.

  • it’s true. I gotta listen to something to pump me up too. but I am progressing to do dips on a dip bar and I could only do like 1/2 of 1. but end table or chair/bench dips I hit a mark at 10. but I’ll get 2 sets in though it’s hard.also progressing into doing a pull up by doing inverted rows and I cannot get past 8 reps in 1 set. it’s sad. lol. I’m going to be buying a pull up bar because there are no bar parks where I live. I’ll be trying those tips though. my goal is to do at least 1 pull up and build from there. by the way those traps of your tho. I thought you had a back pack on homie. looks great.��������������

  • yoo, i find that i dont feel my chest alot in my chest workout, and i try to keep in the rep ranges for muscle growth and i think i am at a plateau, any advice to beef up the chest workout and break the plateau

  • Why does hand placement on the outer part of the handle matter? I do it because I see you and the other pro’s do it, but don’t know why.��

  • Hope you were careful with the airflow. I had drawers under my real wood bed and it led to items in the drawers getting mildew even tho there was a gap of two cms at the top. I got rid of most of the drawers.

  • # 9 Mitered Butt Spline, but add a small diameter vertical glued dowel perpendicular to the two splines. The length of dowel will equal the height of sides (width of the board).

  • Great works, I need to improve and perfect my projects looking smart n great… May you share with me a contact for interaction… Please not regular but on particular challenges. Thanks

  • I have been trying to get more muscle and also trying to lose weight for 7-8 years now. I’m going to give up soon because my body is making no progress at all and all it does it hurt afterwards.I think there’s something wrong/not normal that is causing me to not be able to change my body. It’s unfortunate

  • This will be so helpful when the gyms are open again. A video on Ski erg would be great. I hate them. They absolutely kill my lungs

  • Hi Matt, I’ve discovered your channel few weeks ago and i’m realy happy:) The way you explain us those “simples” but essentials things is so useful. I may have a question that I never found on your videos, what are your though on the biologic side of building muscle? How testosterone and growth hormone or anything else impact the muscle development? Another question, is it possible to buy your books in EU in euro and not dollars? Thx so much!( btw plz never say again that motorcycles are the worst vehicule on the world…totaly broke my heart:D)

  • Great video. Very inspiring! I would have liked to have seen how you put the drawer bottoms on. Did you just glue and screw them or did you use some sort of rabbit joint?

  • Great video as allways!! Thank you for all your work! This is going to be very helpful to me because efficiency on the rower is something I’m working right now!! Your channel is the most precious thing on the internet. Good luck to you and Pat, both on the personal and professional sides!!

  • Obviously not I eat lots of carbs and I’m getting weaker well my bench press is weak idk if it’s because of eating I always feel the bar on my forearms wrists and kinda on my shoulders. Maybe that’s a weak point. Some say if you have a weak back you have a weak bench

  • @THENX, what is the best workout to grow my chest, I am a Bboy, so holding my body weight is recruited, but I normally use my core so I wanted to use my chest too. Should I do normal pushups to grow chest or planche exercises? Obviously both but what should I dedicate time to

  • The problem with storage under the bed is that it always gets full of hairs and lint. A solution would be to make a top for the cabinet.

  • I swear he’s reading my mind I’m getting ready to make something like this for my daughter’s bed. very cool design will make minor modifications to fit her bed thank you very.

  • Like the analogy of the principles and methods. Too many people get hook on the “perfect” program and when they don’t reach their goals they program hope instead of looking at how they apply principles do them and actually do the work they blame the program for not getting results

  • Thanks for tips,it really helps,specially tip of not holding handle at the end of pull in order to spin damper faster.what about how heigh we pull handle? I always thought is to the stomach…

  • Hey mate I like what you do and how your body is looking, is it possible if you can make a full work out on what you do get bigger, and in like what you do and everything, and if you do can you do it, not for a beginner but like a little more advanced than a beginner. Thanks mate

  • No 42
    I put in some screw and glue the joint. After the glue has dried I unscrew and drill the holes up for dowels. No clamps needed.

  • Yes!! I always wondered if that was regulated by the games or a personal preference. I’ve been waiting for this video.. rowing is my favorite. Sled next!!

  • This is awesome! I was just thinking last week, “I need Kristi to do a rowing efficiency video” and look at this, HERE IT IS!:) THANK YOU! Do any of these tips change depending on ones height? For example, do taller or longer legged folks run into certain/specific efficiency issues compared to those who are shorter?

    I’m 5’7 and not the tallest female in our CF gym, but definitely feel like there are times my height or longer legs is a disadvantage (T2B, Vups, Hollow Rocks).

  • A quick word from Cam Nichol about damper settings (resistance):

    Damper setting and drag factor are two different things that describe the same thing: the resistance we feel on the handle. The resistance on the handle is simply a gearing. It can be heavy, or it can be less heavy. What controls the heaviness, or resistance, is the amount of air that flows into the flywheel. The more air that is allowed to flow into the flywheel, the heavier the resistance.

    By increasing the damper setting to a higher number, 7,8,9,10, etc. you allow more air to enter the flywheel and then increase the resistance. The same is true for the reverse.

    The MOST accurate way to measure resistance is by using something called the ‘Drag Factor’. This can be found by navigating from the main menu: ‘More Options’ -> Display Drag Factor. You will then see a box. When you start rowing, a number will appear in the box. This is the drag factor. Think of this number like gearing on a bike. gear 1 is very light and gear 30 is heavy on a bike. On a rowing machine, drag factor 80 is light and 180+ is heavy.

    We recommend starting with a drag factor of 125-130 for female athletes and 130-135 for male athletes. This is simply a starting point and just like gearing on a bike, your drag factor will be personal to you to get the best return of speed. Have it too high and you’ll find you can’t maintain power that well each stroke; too low and you’ll find it hard to get connected to the machine to accelerate the handle.

    Set your drag factor to within the ranges above and see what works best for you. But ALWAYS set your drag factor. Machines wear at different rates and can have completely different drag factors depending on geography, length of use and level of maintenance, so make sure you set it before each session.

    Happy rowing.

  • If a router cutter that leaves a convex curve profile is a “round-over”, surely a cutter that leaves a concave curve should be a “round-under”…?

  • I never seen anything like the Super Human Workout before! And I have to say that I am totally impressed. To be honest, that’s some incredible stuff! I’ve just become a fan of THENX Super Human Workout. I’m gonna subscribe too! Can’t wait to try this stuff out. It’s awesome! Thanks!

  • My P.E teacher told us to look in the centre, for example when were doing exercises at gymnastic rings it was important to do so. Same thing goes for bench press etc. But when you’re doing exercises such as a one armed pull up, you have to look to the arm you’re using. If you’re using the left arm you simply look at your left arm. It’s good to know a spot to look at but it’s the best to look at where your muscles are used. If it’s more than just one just look in the centre (btw you obv. look in the centre when doing squats and shit like that looking down would be weird).

  • Dude I feel like I owe you money. Your close squats tips of pressing the knees together are going to enable me to have a controlled pistol squat. And your tension advice is going to transform my training.

  • For the drawer fronts could you have cut one piece to the total length divid by three and let the saw kerf be your eighth inch spacer? Or are there flaws with that method?

  • I love the way wood working, i love to watch your toturial and teach us some method to use this other technic!! Thank you so much this is so helpful like me, Learning From Wood Working and Its another Skills that i learn from you. Still today i was a Industrial Arts Major but this actually we already learned it from our Instr. But i love to watch this toturial.

  • I have always blamed my inefficiency because I’m 5’4″ short arms and legs. Now I can clearly see it is because my form is awful!! Thank you so much for all you do.

  • Hey Kristi, hey Pat. Thanks for the video. Some great tips and I instantly recognized some mistakes I do. I thought it would be good to row like the guys in all these viking films. My chain moved way more than yours. Great tip with the resistance. I thought I have to do 7/8. I’m getting tired very fast. If you’ve time for a video right around the bike erg would be great. Thanks for your time and passion.

  • Winner of a video, I’ve been looking for “strength training moves” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Fonmich Strength Smasher (search on google )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my friend got amazing success with it.

  • great video. What music album are you listening to at the moment which you would recommend….I need to get my one arm push ups up to 10.

  • Man I´m sorry if I offend you, but these tattoos make you look like a cyborg. A little like those guys in “Alita Battleangel” if you´re familiar with that movie.

  • So helpful again! I watch all of them over and over again:) I would like to get into the details of Deadlift. I think you didn’t make one about Deadlift yet, right? Thank you for all your helpful content!

  • That mobility/stability part is a big point. I did my first ring dips today without shoulderpain. Really took me a while to work on my weaknesses. But its worth it.

  • I made mine so that it only has a clearing of 1inch with fans circulating the moist air when I’m gone out. Guess I don’t have space for storage.

  • Very useful! Any tips on making nice square joints when using rough wood that isn’t perfectly planed and doesn’t butt together smoothly? And don’t say, use a plane!

  • I run cross country after school, but I want to gain strength in my upper body. Would it be alright to go work my upper body on days that I’m already running a lot, or should I save upper body for my days off? Thank you, this video was also very helpful.

  • How are you going to glue the front faces on? My first thought was clamp it in place, pull the screws, and drill out those existing holes for dowels to make alignment easy and keep from having to measure anything; I was just curious what you were thinking.

  • Good points as always. Building too much muscle over technique is what Paul Wade is warning you against in CC, and learning to move is quite funny. Also Gray Cook says that you have to learn to move, then move often and then add strength.

  • Nice video. thanks for sharing your skill.
    For 8:30, wouldn’t that be structurally unsound as the cut is too close to the other end?

  • Tips for the Echo bike would be appreciated. Even a routine for people who are trying to build up their endurance on it. It’s so easy to burn out fast at home and get discouraged. Or maybe that’s just what is suppose to happen. lol

  • When you dip up, you should breathe out not in.
    Because breathing out helps in moves that require greater strength in an exercise & ofcourse dipping up requires more.

  • Miter joints are my favourite ones… Splined miter joints which you showed are one level up… Great stuff dude… Superlike ����

  • I have always struggle with my rowing, and being short is definitely a struggle. I hope to improve with these new tips. Thank you guys, you are awesome!:)

  • My beard are cannot do what his beard does. My sad beard is weak. Time to get both beard and body strong. Thor is in the video. This guy knows Thor.

  • Why not to make just simple “drawers” on tiny casters/wheels? I have those and it works perfectly. It probably wouldnt make a good video material though.

  • Hey Bob, I notice your pocket holes are going into the outer edge of the adjoining pieces. This makes for a weak joint. Is that why you screwed and glued?

  • Great info. I’ve always rowed between 5 & 6. Did my reading about rowing and that is the level in which is most close to actually being in the water. Can’t tell you how many times walking into the gym the rower is on 10. I’m gonna drop between 3 & 4 and work harder at endurance. Thank you my dear for this video n

  • A.B.L. ALWAYS BE LEARNING. The professor Patrick is a great teacher. What a gift for us. Thanks for the awesome info.
    My damper is always on 10. I’ll have to talk my trainer into having it lower on the longer sessions.

    Thanks for the pro tips.

    Love the new tip using the pvc pipe to keep from going to far when returning on the stroke.

  • That would be a case where the division in exactly equal parts is easier in metric than it is in imperial:)
    You have a clearly defined decimal number, no fractions that don’t check out properly in the end.

  • What is your opinion on doing Pull Ups in a parking lot bar.I do not have a pull up bar in home & i bought this Telescopic Bar that wasn’t hodling up in my Door frame.So i am usually doing my Pull Ups, Chin ups etc on a metal bar in the Flat parking lot outside.
    Considering the current Corona Virus update, would you recommend doing that.
    Cuz i heard about the virus staying on Iron for a while.
    I am really skipping my exercise days cuz of this issue.
    What would you suggest…

  • You have wasted space under your bed. Looks down from bed to see boxspring on floor. Hmm… what about no space under your bed. We moved the bed off of the frame we had because our dog was having problems getting in bed in the last months of her life. It has been 8 months and still havent moved the bed back onto the frame. It helps that the cats cant crawl under the bed and attack our ankles this way. That and being lazy as well.

  • Also don’t be afraid of more compression at the catch. The rower is more dynamic that an Olympic lift so you can lift the heels a bit to get more compression. Everything else was solid advice!

  • dude i like all your approaches to doing it, straight and to the subject which i appreciate. However, half of the methods require machines that the average diy-er doesn’t have.

  • Love these tips. I am having shaky times on the rower. I got to start following these tips when I do rowing on a regular basis. I got to try having a barrier next to my rower so I don’t go past it. For every 2 minutes for 6 intervals, I have 12 calorie on the rower, 9 American KBS & 6 Ring Push-Ups, what should my damper setting be at? I ALWAYS have had a tough time figuring out what setting I should be at when I am doing rowing for workouts. How efficient should I be on the rower? Thanks for sharing these AWESOME tips. I learned a lot from this video. Is there anyway you can do a video on how to become efficient with the assault bike?

  • If you don’t mind me asking are you Asian or Oriental?you have a great physique.God bless I hope you continue to encourage those who are seeking themselves…

  • You know, I always envy the people who have a YouTube channel like yourself who do DIY stuff. Your entire house must be completely custom. If I had the time and money and personality to do a YouTube channel I would! Haha good job man, love your videos

  • I wish you would have put dovetail on the list. Technically its not a but joint but neither are the miter spline joints.. Cool video though I really enjoy your work

  • Biscuits add no strength to a joint. May help with alignment. Wood glue is much stronger to the point that it renders biscuits useless.

  • Qué tal. Chris te saludo desde Guatemala.. lo único que me gustaría es un chaleco de pesas para salir a correr.. en verdad estoy pasando penas por esta crisis en comprar una ya que trabajo por mi cuenta y no gano mucho para comprarme una por el momento.. espero poder aplicar a una o a mitad de precio por favor

  • What do you think of German Volume Training? I do 10 sets of 10 reps for most of my exercises. I feel my body responds better to more volume. Only doing 4-6 reps doesn’t force my body to evolve much…

  • The best way to increase reps is to “grease the groove” Pavel Tsatsouline mentions this in his books such as “The Naked Warrior”.Say you can do 10 pull ups and have a door frame pull up bar in your house.. Every time you walk through that door do 3-6 reps. This builds the muscle memory and makes the movement more efficient without the build up of lactic acid and you can do the low reps many times a day. You should be able to increase reps over a fortnight.

  • your last 2 aren’t but joints, they are mitered joints, ( I guess you could call them mitered but joints, but if you add a biscuit or other they become a miter “whatever” joint)

  • Great video! I’ve recently made these changes and notice higher output and better aerobic capacity. I used to lean way back like I was cruising in a lowrider. ��

  • Thanks guys, these tips will definately help me improve my rowing form. It’s the attention to details that will make all the difference. Small inefficient bad habits that we all not really aware of until it’s pointed out!!!.. ��

  • Thank you for the motivation. Others will post nonsense but if you can touch one, your mission was accomplished. Thank you brother

  • Do you recommend the same positioning for cal row? I typically row where the seat hits the back of my feet long strong pulls but slower pace for cal vs distance.

  • Move power to the middle. I subscribe to channels like these that don’t jerk you around till the end, waiting for a punchline based on the title.

  • Thanks for this video! I actually understood what you were talking about and I don’t know anything about building things out of wood! ��

  • This was so helpful thank you! I feel like most rowing tutorials are from super tall folks. Im 5ft and this was so helpful to see!❤❤❤❤

  • I’m trying to make a rabbit hutch
    One that easy cleanup and one for them to have room and space and also one that can stand up tall not to worry about the weather or rain

  • Yup, boiling it down to the essence! Thanks for the video.

    How much strength or flexibility/coordination do we really need for the types of things the average person will do in their life time not that much. So most of this is very specialized already. It’s all subjective/relative though Recently I heard a family member of mine say she is impressed that this one lady she knows can bend forward from the hips with a straight back (like a dead-lift) while cleaning the house. No good or bad, high or low it’s just for everyone to decide how you want to use/develop your body or not. Some people might just want to take casual jogs their whole life and that’s cool they don’t need yoga grade flexibility or power lifter grade strength.

    More to the point of calisthenics for muscle building Just like you said you think there’s a point where with machines you can develop strength without developing flexibility/stability, in the same way I think there is a point where too much flexibility enters and there is too little focus on strength. Imagine a stick: on one end there is pure strength power lifter style and on the other end you have advanced yoga there is a balance there somewhere when it comes to muscle building.

    So whether you use machines at the gym or you are going for advanced yoga like flexibility/maneuverability or even if your are somewhere in between: everything can be done safely, it’s your body, you decide.

  • Half of Bob’s commentary sounds like he’s trying to stay one step ahead of whoever is typing some “you should’ve done it this way” comment. I certainly wouldn’t be able to deal with all the internet “woodworkers” so hats off to you and great work on the build.

  • This was great. Do you have any opinion on whether to keep your heels flat or not. My coach says you lose some power and have a tendency to push through the toes first when heels come up.

    Also a video on assault/echo bike would be awesome!

  • I just think of something that makes me mad or a problem in my life that I want to overcome instead of music. But I’m not a fan of rock music. Ever heard of J Dilla? Haha its some chillllll ass like lounge boom nap music I like to workout to that some times.

  • Love the speed and precision of your work and show. But why leave out the best of all, dove tail joint, so good a joint it count be smoked…��.

    Show the audience using a router and jig how easy it is.

    The best joint ever created by man dating back to the days of King Maru-Arthur 3rd.

    Keep up the good shows bro….

  • All the same result joints. Different method use and so different names. Prefer the glue and nail joint works fine no hustle not so time consuming.

  • so i knew fleet stay flat on pad and i have never rowed like Khalipa with the break at the far end but awesome technical explanations about the why. never seen Kristi so serious! beneficial to think about and see back angle and form for longer rows vs shorter sprints when ideal form will break down a little. helpful to know not to go too far forward and not to round back to get further forward for length. awesome content! ski erg would be good feet don t stay flat on ground right and arms as straight as possible as long as possible?

  • I want to see him punch through walls not spit out lies and do a few simple exercises! Where is the proof?!? I want to see him lift a car up! �� ��������

  • Now send all these to “Project Farm” channel for a independent strength test to compare them all! Well done and love your sawstop!:)

  • Hey man, I love your videos. What I would really like to see on your channel is a complete and updated workout routine. What I mean is a new complete beginner, intermediate, and advanced routine video. Go into depth on your sets and reps, tips, etc. Seriously though, great video and keep up the great work!

  • You are Fitness YouTube’s best kept secret. Seriously you deserve you be up there with AthleanX and everyone else in terms of popularity. You’re putting out amazing and original content.

  • I’ve seen some wood workers use the method of gluing two pieces of wood together and follow up with a finish nailer to keep the pieces “clamped” in place while the glue dries. Once together, the woodworker will use screws as well. What circumstance is this practical and what circumstance is it not practical? I assumed glue was the only thing you needed if clamped properly and time permitted.

  • Great video, very helpful. Keep making more and more videos! I want to ask you, if you can do video how to do front and back lever or biceps routine. Thank you bro 😉

  • I took my daughter’s store bought bed that was falling apart and replicated it with solid wood and just reused the drawers and slides from the store bought bed. Turned out great

  • I have one of the first generation sleep number beds with the ugly plastic frame. How can I dress it up? I’m really into the upholstered/ suede look… Have you ever done that?

  • This was really helpful…gonna tweak some things. Great analogy of the rounded back/excessive reach to deadlifts. Nice haircut BTW��

  • This is the best rowing tutorial I have seen! I have to reset my form and go back to working on efficiency instead of trying to muscle the first 500m and then hang on to the end��

  • hi, can weighted belt with chain used for weighted pull up put pressure on the urinary nerves around our waist and can it lead to problem in urination and sperm count. can it lead to hernia. how should we prevent herrnia

  • Hey Matt please make a video on how to workout with different type of rocks and stones. Make this video on people who can’t afford gym equipments and want to add some weight training with calisthenics

  • This is just superb, I’ve been looking for “strength fitness training” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Fonmich Strength Smasher (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my neighbour got excellent success with it.

  • FYI; damper number is not a unit of measurement; it simply allows or restricts airflow into the flywheel… A true unit of measurement for the stroke is your drag factor (which you can manipulate via allowing or restricting airflow into the flywheel).. For anyone out there looking to find this or more in depth indoor rowing information check out (Shane Farmer) Dark Horse Rowing on YT

  • It seriously messes with my brain that your modeling software does not maintain perspective.

    Front of something with all internal 90° angles should always appear larger than the back.

  • ‘if you really want to deal with the 32nd’s and 64th’s’ shows a difference of around a cm (or around half an inch). Ooooookay, totally didn’t just miss cut them and blag a cover story…