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Do you even lift? We bet you do! There is a lot of debate as to how many days per week you should work out.

Well, let’s settle this debate with some real world data. Tell us how often you hit the gym each week. Also, don’t forget to hit the comments section and detail your current workout and cardio split.

They found that at least 73 percent of Americans report working out one or more times per week. Twenty-nine percent spend between 30 minutes and an hour working out, whereas 18 percent spend between one and two hours a day exercising. That said, 27 percent admitted they don’t exercise regularly and 144 respondents said they never work out.

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Make CorrectionsOne your homepage. Open the tools menu in your browser. Normally training 6/8 days sometimes more, sometimes less depending on soreness and energy levels. If I’m feeling good, a schedule rest is axed for eg, but if I feel crap I take a day off.

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Aside from diet, I’m very active, working out about five days a week.

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Weekdays I did double sessions, with the facility and the gym.

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On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays I go straight to the gym after class, and I go running Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, taking Sunday off.

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I do six shows a day, six days a week.

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I worked out two to three times a day, six days a week.

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6 Can I alter the routine schedule?

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At the same time, there are only 4 workouts scheduled per week, leaving 3 complete rest days.

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For my physical wellness, I work out at the gym at least three times a week, sometimes five times.

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day, and I go to the gym three days a week.

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I work out four times a week.

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  • Hey coach, How to build up your cofindience when you are playing around coaches/in games also how to feel more comfortable using your handles in games.

  • if your unemployed and you have good physical condition with minor injuries when you train, and your experienced,you can even work out, 2 times a day,6 times a week and be okay, but you will need a lot of rest in between exercises.

  • Good day, will you please discuss a fitness routine for naturally skinny/slim individuals? Primarily for those of us who simply want to stretch and tone our bodies. Also, will you please discuss the reasoning behind skinny/slim individuals that gain a bloated stomach/back fat, yet are slim everywhere else? Kind Regards

  • Hey guys quick question, Have any of you guys worked with Australian CCT’s and are they directly comparable to USAF CCT as there isn’t muck info on them in Australia. Thank you and also love the vids keep up the good work��

  • Hey coach im struggling with shooting the ball from the three point line because i dont have enough power im 14 years old how do i fix that? By the way im really interested in buying your basketball program very soon!

  • I struggle to train three days a week. There are weeks when I only do two days because of the fatigue gathered at work.
    I wish you all a good day.

  • the #1 driving force behind muscle growth is intensity, not volume…i can curl a gallon of milk for a thousand reps and 400 sets and won’t get any growth…but i can do 1 set to failure for 15 reps and stimulate maximum muscle growth….many people should read about how dorian yates trained. people still think volume is what gets you big…when it’s not…it has it’s place…but the driving force is intensity…how hard you push yourself. taking a set to failure. now sure, if you stop well short of failure and don’t train very hard, you will need to do alot more sets and train more often, to make up for the lack of intensity.

  • Hey! I just would like to ask a question, on what category does a inconsistent lifter or someone who goes to the gym went sedentary for 3 months and then goes back belongs to? does it fall to beginner level or an experienced one? I’ve been going to the gym since I was 16 and I was real skinny. Right now there’s muscle underneath my body fat though I really never got to fully commit because of studies now I’m 20 and would like to indulge more into investing more to my body to be healthy.

  • I do 1 hr of yoga a day as it’s fairly light as workouts go but stretches most of the muscles then do hiit on a bro spilt for 20mins. Sometimes i do hip openers for 30mins after because that’s just sitting on the floor stretching essentially.

  • coach i have a tea mate who always. complains and forces shot and dribbles he never listen when we confront him about it he covers his ears how can i deal with this type of player (he the kind of player that complains about never getting the ball but never passes on offence.

  • Coach Im A Freshman Playing on A JV Basketball team I Play Sg & Sf But The JV Sf I guard Are Harder to defend in the Post anyone got any Tips?

  • I’m not A Subbie..But I do Have A Question? It seems like i Can’t jump rope! Yeah..A Bodybuilder for years now, and when i Try i Get 6 Done..with a Stiff nick as A Result…Plz Say something because u’all say leave a Comment; But u never reply..excuse my English..i am Dutch Speaking..And Personaly i Think all u Said is Right.. Its the Quality> Quantity..

  • Have to agree with other commenters. There are alot of individual variances. In reference to Jeremy’s research I think it’s smth to consider within our own routine and regimen. For me as an ‘older’ lifter rest is key. I’ve seen more results from rest than increasing frequency in the weight room.

  • First: I would like to THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking the time to teach about us about becoming healthier.
    Second: is there a pedometer you would recommend? Thanks again and God Bless you.

  • I have been in dance since I was little. I love doing high intensity dance workouts. It makes workout out not seem like work to me. It is still hard but at least it is somewhat fun.

  • I am wondering how it is for people who just came back from a longer Training-pause. I would have called myself advanced about 2 years ago and now I started again after 2 years pause. After 4 Weeks of Fullbody Workout, I now started to follow my regular Upper/Lower Split (4x/w). Is this too early or should I keep following my advanced plan, since I am already familiar with the routines I do?

  • So question, as a beginner should I not go to the gym 5-6 times per week? I used to play 3 sports in high school, and in college I’ve decided to go back to the gym after a year or two break. Should I start slow then build on that, or start and stay and a high amount of workout days? Do I count as more “experienced” since I worked out a lot in my high school years? Or am I a beginner since I’ve taken a long break and haven’t lifted much in my past? Thanks:)

  • All my energy was consumed to constant listen to a non pause mauling. Please put in some micro pauses when talking or I will not be able to recieve and process all your good ideas and knowledge.
    Press pause whenever I want one might say, that will work as swif9 channel during commercial, no coming back ever…

  • Hello Dr. Phoenix I just found your channel and omg I love your videos!!! I’m close to the menopause years and decided that now is the time that I really need to get in shape. I would love a video for the older ladies! How to keep the weight off after 45 ��

  • Monday: Leg day
    Tuesday: Chest Day
    Wednesday: Arms day (biceps and tricep)
    Thursday: Back day
    Friday: Shoulders day
    Saturday: Ab workouts
    Sunday: Rest

  • Monday
    Chest,Back, Shoulder,Legs, Biceps Triceps

    Tuesday Rest

    Wednesday
    Legs,Tricep, Biceps, chest, back shoulder

    Thursday Rest

    Friday
    Shoulder,back,chest,legs,tricep,bicep

    Saturday Rest

    Sunday
    Abs exercises and 1Hour Powerfull Cardio

  • King Anthony, I have a question. Why is 16 your preferred “magic number” in reps? I ask because I have been working out for a couple of years now (just came across your channel yesterday/LOVE IT!!/gonna implement some of your methods in my workouts from now on) and I’m so used to the pyramid of 3 sets of 12 reps/10 reps/8 reps, etc.
    But I noticed you always say 16 reps. I was just curious as to why. Also, would the reps always be 16 or do you ever suggest different rep numbers?
    Thanks so much Anthony! And again, I LOVE your vids!! I’m excited to start incorporating your methods.

  • If you are a pussy (which most of you are), training multiple times a week is best. If you are a warrior, who can actually push yourself hard as fuck and digg, training once a week works great.

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  • I am mother with 2 kids. 28 years old. Is it ok if I go 3-4 times a week? I stay around one hour every time. Half an our is cardio and half an hour is weights. I am 58 kg and my height is 1,72.

  • Charlie needs to go to 4, then 5, then 6. Or reduce load each workout and build it up to what he was doing on each of those initial 3 days

  • I workout 4 to 6 days a week at home. I use HIIT, aerobics, strength/weight training and some mixed cardio workouts. Typically no more than a hr. If I have extra time, I take at least a 3 mile walk.

  • I guess I still have that old boot camp mentality where I know somehow I’m working out but we don’t workout every single day but somehow we do anyways

  • Love how he talks about strength training than cardio… I wonder how cardio plays into this if you can answer that would be awesome

  • Hey Jeremy! I wanted to ask so what I do is I workout Monday upper and Tuesday lower and then rest Wednesday and then Thursday upper and Friday lower and I rest Saturday and Sunday. I am trying to bulk so is that a good strategy?

  • My split
    Monday Chest + triceps
    Tuesday cardio
    Wednesday Biceps + Abs Shoulders
    Thursday Legs
    Thursday Back day
    Friday Chest + triceps
    Saturday fap fap

  • I wonder.. Will CNS fatigue more easily if i do 2x 30-minite workouts in a day or 1x 1-hour workout? Maybe 2 workouts is better because you can do more exercices at good form because of more total muscle activation by non fatigued CNS… Sorry for my english

  • On joe rogans podcast a guest said: dont over workout. Workout 60% and do it 7times a week. By the end of the year. You’ve work out 365x. Think abt it

  • This may seem like a dumb question but can you define a “light” day. Currently doing your workout program, on my 3rd cycle. But I never truly understood what light meant lol. Do you mean lighten the weight or should I straight do bands only( I have yours) for wednesdays? Thanks in advance & thank you for sharing your passion with us ��

  • I workout 5 days a week, 3 days with 50 to 55 minute jumping ropes, and two days 8 minute tabata and strength training. I always workout at home.

  • Me and my best friend started about gym half months ago
    I work out 2 times per week but he been hitting the gym everyday except Sunday
    So I know

  • You really want my comment huh?
    Can you please do a physical and medical checkup firstly Charlie.
    I think Charlie should mainly consider building a diet that fits his future 6 days a week training (yes he will have to use supplements) because omg dude if his workout is 1hour a day he has literally 23h of rest through each workout, the more the labor the more the macros he have to put in his diet. And about the rest, consider that you can’t isolate a muscle and let’s say he will have to use his triceps in a back day exercise, since he stressed his triceps yesterday it will have some unexpected stress during the process of healing and creating more cortisol for the body to deal with the catabolism. Then after 1 month or until his body gets used to it do a checkup on how his physical body reacted to the new routine and do a medical checkup to see if he had any negative changes.
    Has everything gone positive Charlie? Then keep your new training routine and be happy with the benefits because in the end is how much you spend energy to know your body and how it reacts to the best way of hypertrophy.

  • I really like how you comprehend all sort of cases that should be taken account of to get what we actually desire in the first place. “It depends” is more reliable and comprehensive for everyone rather than just a yes or no ����

  • After i do 6 days split of working out? I just wanna ask if how many days or can it take up to a week when I’m going to rest my whole body?
    In fact this video is full of information and a lot of answers to my questions! TY very much!

  • I’m so grateful I found your videos this evening! You are an amazing speaker and super inspirational! Now it’s time to knock out my 10 week fitness goal! Thanks so much for spreading your knowledge!:)

  • I’m currently unemployed and do a bit of cardio at the gym every day that I don’t lift to loose some weight and keep me going. As far as I’ve come to understandyou don’t want to mix cardio and weight lifting. But some cardio will decrease your fat mass so that your muscles become more visible, so I pretty much hit the gym almost every day of the week now with good results.

  • I’m 13 and I do basketball skills and fundamentals 6 or 7 days a week. I do strength training 3 days a week (with body weight because I have no access to weights), plyometrics 2 days a week and have 3 rest days a week. (One day has plyos and strength in 1 day).
    Is this a good schedule for a basketball player?

  • Great video! I was sitting on my couch and didn’t feel like working out today. Then your video notification popped up and after hearing you talk about just do something anything to get moving, I got up and did weight lifting work out. I’m glad I did. I needed that. Thanks for the encouragement and the ebook.

  • I do a chill medium 30 minute session where I workout many different muslces. I have been doing this for a few months and haven’t felt a bit fatigue. So would rest be necessary for this?

  • Tell it to a pro block layer or other heavy construction laborer and he’ll laugh in your face. Work out a measly 3 or 7 days a week what for an hour or two. Lol. Try laying block everyday all day long for 20 years or more and you won’t worry about your little gym workout

  • Day 1: train every muscle like crazy
    Day 2: rest
    Day 3: train every muscle to almost kill yourself
    Day 4: rest
    Day 5: train every muscle until you wake up on floor

  • How do you gain weight and muscle at the same time? Please help i don’t have a lot of money but I’ve been work out more then three time day for a whole month and not seen no improvement on my muscle I still weight 130lbs and I can’t gain weight or muscle! Please help me

  • I do full body 3-6 times a week. Mind you I don’t go heavy all the time. I am able to recover pretty fast. I use very basic exercises and nothing too complicated
    However I reduce the sets to 2-3 and play around with the reps.
    It just keeps my body active in a busy lifestyle

  • If at some point more volume is harmful for muscle gains, what do very large workouts, such as x hundred pull-ups a day (not necessarily in one session) or one thousand burpees in one session (for more examples visit the channel IronWolf), for you?

  • I work out ��️ 7 days a week for 2hrs, 365 days of year, no rest at all. But I wonder where the hell I got too much energy to do that? Sometimes I express myself.

  • The world would be a better place if we had a million more Dr. Phoenyx’s. Do we have permission to clone you, Dr. Phoenyx? I’ll be down in the medical laboratory awaiting your response. Thank you.

  • Coach Rock this is very important to me.  How do you get better (shooting and dribbling) during winter when you cant play outside or go to a gym?

  • It depends on your age. If you are in your early 20s to early 30s you can do 6 days a week. But if you are over 40 you might injure your muscles and joints if you workout 6 days a week.

  • Is it okay if my (mid range) step back Jumpshot is different from a standard mid range J of the pass? (I jump much higher on step backs and fades).

  • Since I’ve only been lifting consistently for about 2 months, I am a beginner lifter. Before I started lifting I was 6’4 and about 152Ibs…I’ve created my own workout routine focusing of hitting each muscle at least twice a workout about twice a week, been really focused on my diet, learning better form and technique, stayed very consistent, etc. After 2 months I am now 160! And I am the kind of body type that doesnt store any body fat whatsoever, I wanna thank these gains to guys like Jeremy here as well as MuscleMonster, 160Ib is still pretty light for a guy my height but its a big first step and my peers have already told me that they’re seeing a difference. I’m hoping I can at least get to 165 by the end of the year but maybe I can get further, I’ll just have to keep working and keep watching these videos

  • For me 4 days a week is perfect! Allows me to see gains quicker than working out 3 days a week. And also it means I can have a life outside of the gym.
    I usually do 3 full body workouts were I hit each muscle. And I spend 1 day doing about a 15 min HIIT workout and push myself to the limit.

  • I do 5 kilometres power walk/ run daily weights and calisthenics mon thru Friday… Weekends off from weights…ill take a day off if needed in the middle…

  • Monday soccer (leg day):P
    Tuesday Boxing
    Wednesday Chest and bi
    Thursday Boxing
    Friday Back and tri
    Saturday Boxing
    Sunday -PS4 day

  • Why can’t those questions be answered with simple precision? Basically he’s saying working out everyday is good and not good. At the end the question is NOT answered.

  • Everytime I fantasize about the next one’s ready episode getting dropped it’s dropped maybe they same brain power could work with women…………. I’m on too something

  • Exercise daily might be happening if you walk, or do a physical job daily etc. This is just about ‘gym’ workouts, what about people who do both?

  • Does what you eat matter as well? I know that you need to eat a lot of protein but should I be in a calorie surplus if I am trying to build the booty?

  • in order to extend my shooting range, I did a 2 day push up with 10×10 push-ups in day 1 and 8×10 push-ups + 40 dumbbell lifts. After that my arms were sore for the whole week. When I recovered, I try to shoot at a further range, my accuracy was there but the ball kept hitting the rim, felt like I can’t even shoot anymore when I tried to to shoot at the fault line and it hit the rim all the time. WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW? HELP ME!!

  • Who the fuck wants to work out every single day…common sense 101 will tell any one with half a brain that your body’s CNS isn’t built to sustain this for the long haul…..the purpose is to build your body for longetivity…not destroy it till you go catabolic and start destroying the very gains you aspire to attain

  • hi, What do you say about High intensity musle workouts recomended by Mike Mentzer or Dr Mc Guff? They say only once a week is the way to go for muscle building. or max 2 full body workouts is starting point.

  • So my shots go in often, but my shooting form isn’t that good. So Coach, should I focus on changing my shooting form or just keep improving on shooting with the form I use now?

  • This is my 5 day split
    (Biceps and Triceps more Concentrated)
    Monday: Shoulders + Triceps
    Tuesday: Back + Biceps
    Wednesday off
    Thursday: Chest + Biceps
    Friday: Triceps + abs
    Saturday: Leg
    Sunday off

    After a month i shift this biceps and triceps concentrated split to chest and back concentrated or shoulder and legs concentrated; that is hitting them twice a week, so i rearrange the order)

  • I’m trying to build my glutes how many times a week should I workout to build my glutes? Because I want my muscle to recover so my glutes can grow. I do my workouts at home. I do have treadmill and barbell and weights. I only lifts up to 5 to 10 pound barbell weights I don’t want to lift too heavy will I still be able to get bigger glutes?

  • I suck at shooting i mean i used to be pretty decent from 3 and i just lost it so i really suck at shooting any tips on how to fix my shot??

  • I exercise the whole week except on friday, i am eating a little junk food throughout the week, but not that much, and on the Fridays it’s kind of my cheat day, but i know not to eat a lot, i also drink a lot of water, i lost 4 pounds this week, Is that okay? I just want to completely stop eating junk food. can you help?

  • I’m just starting a workout routine I have 3 kids and I stay home my kids are little so joe if are busy what time of day do you think is best for me to squeeze in 10 or 15 minutes afternoon or evening?

  • So I was doing 3 workouts a week and I felt like my weight was being stubborn. I switched up to 5 workouts a week and I shifted some stubborn fat! I’m going to get 6 workouts in this week and see the difference too! I think that maybe one week I could do 6 workouts (the week when I start my period) and then do 5 the next week, then 4 and then 3 right before I’m about to start my period. Sound like a good fat burning protocol?

  • OH! Wonderful that’s wha I do…. Monday Wednesday Friday sometimes I do back to back gym days but that’s only if I’m up to it mos def need a rest day or even two…. two protein shakes a day along with healthy meals::: Your all set and squeezeeeeeee them cheeks!!!!

  • Hello sir…i want to do a push to build my upper body like regular push up,pike,decline,wide push at spiderman push up 2 set in 10 reps in 1 month….it is good for 6 days and one day rest every week?or my plan was inproper?

  • My question is how could rest days be when the days, weeks, months or even years is actually nothing but a matter of time. So which means everyday we workout, everyday we get rest and the other day same cycle goes on++++

  • When I workout I target biceps and triceps one day, day 2 chest and back, day 3 biceps and triceps, day 4 chest and back than 4 off.

  • How would I know that I have become the “Experienced lifter” and not just feeling fatigued (CNS or other)
    I mean how to make sure that I am ready to increase days/week? It’s different for each individual but about how long does a beginner (full-body 3days/week) take to become an experienced lifter who should increase the frequency

  • I listen to my body and sometimes take a week off but I do like to train every day. When training everyday I do split routines 1 hour morning cardio and 1 hour 30 mins weight training for some people this’s to much but all round you do what’s best for you. ����

  • I’m just starting working out for the first time and your videos are really helpful! So thank you for that… I’m having a little bit of trouble since I just quit smoking so I feel like my lung capacity isn’t that great for now.. I wish you could make a video, maybe with tips related to that problem!:)

  • Max, I am most grateful for all these videos! I review them again and again because you help me to process information that I have been gathering from other websites and other resources. In all honesty, I would love to look like you, but I am learning from you how to create better fitness goals. Thank you.

  • Bodybuilding is not a one-size-fits-all…. bodybuilding is Progressive training… I don’t think you have any idea what that means… some people that have never learned how to drive a stick shift, think I’ll just drive around in first gear… I think you’re stuck in first gear!

  • He coach I have another possible question.
    Can I do some shooting on a game day. for example I have a game a 9 in the evening. Can I do some stationary shooting and ball handling in the morning or early afternoon to get a feel for it? Maybe like 30 minutes of really slow non intense workout?

  • Don’t think I buy the ‘momentum’ theory. It’s useful physics, but we’re talking more psychology when it comes to habits, more biology/physiology when it comes to fitness. Momentum seems like a clumsy analogy in those contexts. Just my 2c.
    Incidentally I have found a 1 day on/1 day off approach works best for me, which also jives with the 3-4 days a week approach presented here. But you do you.

  • I workout 1hr 1/2 six days a week slit routines: Retiree����, I do work part-time ��just find time. I Eat Healthier Now. No eating after 7:00pm: I was weighting 238 lbs now 218. I do try to burn 1000 calories a day. 60 yrs old with high blood pressure hereditary. Since working out my blood pressure has changed tremendously were it needs to be ��
    My Workout Plans:
    MonWednesday: Cardiovascular / muscular endurance

    TuesThur
    Flexibility, muscle Endurance, cardio

    Fri Sat

    Walk for at least 30mins:

    Thanks so much for explaining how often to workout ��

  • great video! I workout 3-5 days a week, biking, hiking, running, jump-rope, and weights. Trying to get into yoga and do more stretching🙂

  • I train 6 days a week. From personal experience I did the 7 days a week training since each muscle group only needs 48 hours of recovery and it could easily be done. Well let me tell you, for your own mental health I say it isn’t worth it.

    I did it for 3 months straight and it eventually caught up to me. My body started breaking down, wasn’t seeing the progress I wanted for as hard as I was training, and I started getting sick of the gym. I was getting mentally tired of going in there and wasn’t getting as much joy out of my workouts. I had to take a straight week off to get my head right and went back to 6 days a week.

    Guys and girls, don’t go more than 6 days; it’s critical for your sanity to take that 1 day off.

  • In a gym session i train 2-3 connected muscle groups that had at least 1 off day inbetween to recover and are not sore/aching anymore. exception: calves, every other day.

  • Unless you are a professional athlete and need 100% efficiency, just be consistent with your routine and always take into account proper rest times, adequate exercise form and good nutrition.

  • Hey coach I’m so close to starting over one of the starters but he’s a way better shooter than me but I’m short what’s a way I can get my shooting to be softer(sorry if this is a repeat)

  • Y hacer 6 días 20 series es algo que está mal. En 6 días se hacen al menos 24. Entre 4 y 5 series. Yo hago en press banca haciendo día sí día no 16 o 20 series ya.

  • I work out 6x a week some of us have anxiety ok and I’m already used to it been two years consecutively you’d be surprised what the body can adapt to I also do yoga once a week to stretch and rest my muscles

  • Q:How not to get nervous ingame if your shooting coach if im not playing just shooting around its good but why ingame i cant shoot

  • I go 3 days a week I wanna go more but I have medical issues of a livertransplant and a bad heart so it makes it hard for me but I’m trying everything like protein foods all that and working around my sickness

  • I think 4 days should be minimum for those who have the time to train more than 3 days per week, 5 days is the maximum for natties it all depends on duration and volume in my opinion.

  • Have you tried cryotherapy, Dr. Phoenyx? What are your thoughts on it? I’m thinking about trying it to help me with muscle soreness and to shed my last 10 lbs.

  • I train on a straight week and don’t get any soreness. And ofc the volume keeps getting high by time I continue, what should i do? ;—;

  • MON: Back, Biceps & abs…… TUE: leg day… WED: chest, triceps & Shoulders… THU: Cardio… FRI: back, bi, abs… SAT: leg day SUN:Chest,tri,shoulders…. Is this too much?? thats kinda what i do.. sometimes cardio day i use as rest day with no gym at all

  • I do 4 days a week sometimes I may throw in a extra day here and there…sometimes I will take a week off and then the next week I go harder. It depends on you its not etched in stone. You do have to workout more than two days a week to get some results. Listen to your body, don’t listen to anyone else. If your muscles or joints hurt or sore..its time to give yourself more than a couple days rest. I can’t stress this enough. Listen to your body, don’t listen to anyone else.

  • I’m a little bit sceptical about this video. Pro athletes working out 6-7 days per week and engaging one muscle group more than 2 times a week. Your body will adapt to work out on your upper body every day if u doing so, for a long period of time. Anyway routine depends on your preferences, so as always just listen to your body

  • Isnt the recovery time 48hours? So if i hit muscle groups every 48hours is fine and i wont overtrain right? I workout everyday now because i feel like i will be more consistent and will not quit gym as i usually do

  • Pls I hve a question I’m 35 years old nd I’m a mum for 3 kids so for me I can’t go outside to walk its impossible to move all kids nd me everyday but I’m over weight nd I’m keeping trying to do some exercise at home nd i watching carefully my food even I’m breastfeeding my bby anyway I want to ask if I can do jumping rope at home instead of walking isn’t same result thank you

  • As a girl for me it looks like this rn;
    Mind you I dance hip hop or go running almost everyday on top of this ✊��
    1) Upper body
    2) Lower body
    3) Rest
    4) Upper body
    5) Lower body
    6) Rest
    7)Rest

  • Using Advanced Training vernacular… has no meaning for non bodybuilder… working out doesn’t make you a bodybuilder… it makes you a fitness nut!

  • How can i be a good jump shooter if you are not that good, cause i can attack the basket and play defense, i practice my jumpshot everyday but they just don’t drop.

  • No matter how I have been training, what I have been eating or how circumstances in life have been….. I can only workout three times per week. Working out four times put me directly into heavy overtraining. Even supps and steroids do not make a difference. Each workout lasts one hour. And my body needs the recovery of the other four days. I do a upper lower body split.

  • i used to over train i was going 5 times of week working legs and booty and now im training 2 times a week which honestly i feel like im seeing results faster

  • Is training 2 days a week enough if I do a specific workout for basketball the rest of the week?! My target behind playing basketball is I want to grow a taller stronger body so will this affect results?!

  • I was doing 3 times a week and my results were very slow, and I was in a quinceanera practice so I didn’t go to the gym often and only did two times a week and my results came in so much faster!! I also ate a lot of protein. Thanks to the booty king!!

  • i like workingout every day because if i dont make it somthing i do every day im probably not going do it i will find something that i think is better than workingout thats why i like home workouts ive been doing p90x3 its only 30 min an all ive got to do is go down into the basement not drive 30 to 40 min to use some equipment someone has sweated all over ����������

  • Fuck me 7minute video for a question that could be summed up in like 30seconds… any beginner watching this would understand like 5% of what your saying the rest of us just need you to stop talking

  • Here’s my Full Body regiment that works perfectly for everyone of all ages and/or gender: 1 SET & 20 REPS (3 Count) of EVERYTHING

    Pull Ups
    Standard Pushup
    Diamond Pushups
    Wide Arm Pushups
    Elevated Pushups
    Tricep Dips
    Sit Ups
    Weighted Sit Ups
    Inclined Sit Ups
    Mountain Climbers
    Burpees
    V Ups
    Dragon Flags
    L Sit
    Knee Taps
    Donkey Kicks
    Pyramid Jacks
    Bicycles
    Standard Plank
    Side Planks
    Flutter Kicks
    Russian Twist
    In & Outs
    Frog Kicks
    Squats
    Weighted Squats
    Goblet Squat
    Lunges
    Reverse Lunges

    Follow Up with a standard day of weight/strength training at least once per week and you’ll find yourself completely shredded in no time. I’ve been doing this regiment for 13 years and I literally get paid to look good.

  • Okay, so, for 12 days I have worked out every day. Each workout was three hours. I am on an all-liquid/nutritional shake and water diet. I have so far lost 14lbs going from 260lbs to 246lbs. I have so much energy and have seen so much growth…I’m wondering though will I hit a plateau if I continue?

  • mfw the reasons my arms aren’t getting bigger is because I do pull ups by the hour, never resting.

    the wait for arm day is killing me!

  • I think it has to do with an individuals ability to repair before the following training session. Some people can go hard and be good after a short rest period. Some people need a day or so, depending on the over all work out.
    I may be wrong*

  • Thanks coach rock for those tips and pointers in this video and all the other ones u made.I am using the stuff in practice since I’m in highschool and I’m 15 and 6’1 in a half these videos have really helped step up my confidence and helped me get great basketball skills and helped me dunk easily on a 9 foot goal(highschool height) I’m hoping to become a top prospect in a couple years.Thanks coach rock for another great video.Just got another like from me:)

  • I have addison’s disease it mesns that my kidney’s are not producing cortisol on its own how does this affect me and working out with strength training? Do i need longer rest between sets? Do i need to be careful about other stuff? Like how much weekly volume how many days etc

  • Yo, Coach Rocky. Lets say, you haven’t played ball in like 3 to 4 months and you have gained weight. Would my body struggle to play ball, because I haven’t for months?

  • base on the title, i thought a simple explanation would provide….. but in fact, gain muscle Workout is really not simple…. TvT

  • I wanna workout 7 days a week, But splitting it and only doing 2x a perticulair muscle group a week seems pretty hard since i don’t want to build legs or abs, but just want to get bigger in my arms and chest.

  • Alright, let’s see how many people answer Charlie’s question correctly ��. If you haven’t yet done so, comment below what you think BEFORE watching the whole video!!

  • I do 6/week. Some people do 3. I knew a guy who went twice a day. The thing is; there is always someone that trains harder. But if you are better today than yesterday, know what you are doing and can stay consistent you will get very far.

  • rest days are needed, however for some people they don’t have much of a life the gym is their life, I train at home or just outside & I know my lady likes my rest days because she gets to just chill with me, if I trained at the gym 6 or 7 days a week she would never see me & as for shooting fishing hiking or going to the pub & seeing friends it would never happen unless you are rich & have no job?

  • Hey coach rock, I’m 15 6’3 and I’ve been playing basketball for about a year ant the only experience I have s playing summer league for my school since I’m the tallest on my team and was an average shooter the coach made me play Jv and varsity center even though it was my first time playing on a team. I’m not used to playing down there and I can’t post people up that well because I weigh around 155 and get pushed around easily and when ever I have a guy defend me I can’t make any shots in a game mainly cause I have lapses in thinking and get too nervous but if I play like a 3v3 where I can play more freely as a point or forward I seem to do well but when I’m in a game and have another big guy on me I feel useless. Any tips #askcoachrock

  • A word of warning regarding research in this field, and the so called meta analysis.

    A meta analysis tells you nothing, if the studies you analyzed are low grade studies that are not statistically significant.

    And that’s what we usually find in this field. Pretty useless studies like 8 people studied over 21 weeks. Studies like this are nowhere near statistically significant. In fact it’s rare to come across studies involving enough subjects over a long enough time frame.

    The 8 people over 21 weeks I mention was a study on rest time between sets. A study that many quote in terms of advocating longer rest between sets.

    The bottom line is that we dont KNOW anything from these limited value studies.

    I’m 62 and being training and studying muscular hypertrophy for nearly 40 years. What I can tell you is that the same contradictions are present compared with decades ago.

    Be your own scientist. Read the research by all means, but untill we get long term studies involving a multitude of subjects including more variables, it’s not proven, it’s not fact.

    The greatest scientists and the most funding goes to trying to figure out what stuff like dark energy and dark matter is, not making muscles bigger.

  • when i wake up the first thing i do is a 30-45 min cardio session.
    than after dinner ill do my second workout with weights. i do this every other day. so 1 day of training than 1 day to rest and so on.. i always do a full body workout, i dont split my routine into legday and upperbody day

  • is my workout days good.

    monday chest and back
    tuesday arms and shoulders
    wednesday legs
    thursday chest and back ( light )
    friday sunday rest

  • Q:How to use handles efficiently and not dribble too much, i’ve got really fast handles but i need help getting past them easier, do i need a better first step if yes, what should i do to improve that? Thanks:D

  • I used to love the gym and I got so lazy after my son, I started watching your insta videos and YouTube videos. I’m finally getting off my ass to work out!

  • I have 7th grade basketball tryouts and i was hoping you could do some tips on how to finsh with your left hand because im a right handed shooter

  • What is the best way to recover from injuries like stress fractures, fractures, pulled muscles, shin splints, and weak muscles (rehab)?

  • In my opinion, work out everyday but that doesn’t mean weight training everyday, try doing a sport or martial arts some days, weight train 3 days a weeks, do hiit twice a week on the off days in the weekdays, ride your bike or go on a little jog or hike every day or other day, all those will add up and be beneficial

  • I do:
    Sat: Back/Chest
    Sun: Shoulders/triceps/biceps
    Mon: Legs/Core
    Tue: Back/Chest
    Wed: Shoulders/Triceps/Biceps
    Thu:Legs/Core
    Fri: Rest
    Does anyone have improvements or suggestions?

  • I workout for 3-4 days of week. I have arthritis and i bunk gym because of my arthritis pain. Would my 3-4days of gym give good result?

  • Do you only need a rest day when on a lifting booty day? I do a full body workout with no weights on my non lifting days…do I need a break even after say a HIIT workout?

  • Coach I’m good in 2v2 and 3v3, but in 5v5 I just feel clustered like I can’t get any space. How do I create space but also avoid the help defense?