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Full workout from the video:
Barbell Split Squats
Leg Press Calf Jumps
Rope Overhead Triceps Extension
One of the biggest mistakes people make while training to build muscle and strength is using improper technique and not using a full range of motion with the movements.
I see this happen in the gym every single day, and it’s the same in all the gym I’ve ever been to.
If you want to build a great looking body in the fastest possible way, with the least risk of hurting yourself, a full range of motion, proper technique and progressive overload are the key.
And if you’re not sure how to perform a particular movement and what good technique looks like just go to and do some research there.
Building on that, the reason I mention progressive overload is because that’s the second biggest mistake I see in the gym. It’s a guy who keeps lifting the same weight for the same target reps, and they never move forward. What happens when you lift the same weights for the same amount of reps your body doesn’t have a reason to grow.
And it’s very easy to fall into this trap because everyone else is making that exact mistake as well.
A few notes on high-frequency training. I’ve been asked about this a few times recently, and the question seems to be coming from the idea that there’s the “best training frequency” out there.
While it’s true that for certain individuals in certain phases of their training plan higher or lower frequencies might be more suitable, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
If I’m doing 6 days a week full body training that doesn’t mean this is the ultimate solution. In a month from now I might be doing each body part twice per week, or three times per week. It’s important to look at the overall context of how a training plan is organized.
For the most part training each body part 2-3 times per week will be plenty of frequency to get the necessary training volume to grow.
However, if you want to experiment with higher frequencies go for it. As said above, there’s no magic one method of training. This is an art as much as it is a science.
Videos to check out on the topic:
– Training Each Muscle Twice A Week Or Once a Week (Latest Research)
– How Often Should You Workout Each Body Part? (Optimal Training Frequency)
– Full Body Workouts vs. “Bro” Splits for Bodybuilding
– How Often Should You Workout
– How Many Reps And Sets To Build Muscle
– Full Body Workout
– Training for Strength vs. Size
– Upper Body Gym Workout
– Full Body Workout for Mass
Hope you enjoyed. Let me know in the comments below which topics you’d like me to cover in these voice-overs as I’m going to be releasing more training footage.
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