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Is the noobie gain period really time based or is it per muscle? I thought if you only train kegs a year later, your legs are in the noob phase
Bro there’s no way you were 28 in this video and like 31 now 😂 I was convinced you were 24 😂
Does anyone know what to do if I don’t have a clue about what to lift do I just do bicep curls and it will get my chest I don’t get it
Good Work Bro keep it simple there is soo much BS in YouTube that is actually keeping people from working out
Genetics really play such a huge role: It's really hard for me to get muscles anywhere else than on my upper body: My biceps was growing like crayz in the beginning even though it was the only part of my body I didn't even train specifically.
do you think you are short because you star weightlifting at early age?
Wait of u only train upper body for a year, then start training legs, shouldnt they grow at the same noobie gains rate as the upper body?
My favorite is #2. Don’t overthink it
Speaking of influencers,
Jack LaLanne was the biggest influence on my fitness aspirations, from age 7 in 1957, to the present day. Nearly 73 now, I am finding it necessary to adjust poundages downward, partly due to muscle ageing, but also joint issues. The point though is to keep at it. The hardest part of any workout is getting started. Even now, as a resident of Geezerville, after a bracing 90-minute workout I feel 30 or more years younger. Not sliding into lethargy is paramount; aches and pains of older age are exacerbated by inactivity but relieved by exercise, as vigorous as one can muster. Maintaining a positive outlook, doing a lot of stretching, running as much as my knees will allow, and being involved in worthwhile pursuits all help with quality of life in the retirement lane.
Ya know, Jack at 96 was still working out 2 hours daily, doing bench flyes with a pair of 50 lb dumbbells., for example.
Not bad for a near-cententarian.
Your 15 year old physique is enough for me
you are homosexual yes?
If you take steroids then genetics don't matter.
I thought you were like lower 20's, no way you're 31 now, that is crazy.
People overcomplicate weight loss the most because at it’s base, it’s just CiCo
Wouldn't the newbie phase apply to each muscle group? Like if you never work legs and suddenly start, you'll be a leg newbie because your legs have never gotten that stimulus before.
is training till failure better for the losing fat and gaining muscle at the same time
So I often do "too many sets" to failure but I am curious. My biceps and triceps tend to not get sore at all even after doing 10+ sets to failure in the gym. Should I lower the amount of sets and forget about feeling anything in terms of soreness the next day?