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These are the 7 best exercises for men to build muscle fast. Whether you're a beginner, a skinny guy struggling to get bigger, or even if you're advanced these exercises will help you gain muscle mass faster. You should be incorporating a couple of these everyday obviously leaving enough time for recovery. You can also combine these exercises into full body muscle building workouts that provide the best results. 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=bear Fat Loss Calculator: https://bit.ly/2JoQenD TIMESTAMPS: #1-Barbell row 1:04 #2- Barbell and dumbbell chest presses 2:48 #3- Barbell squats 4:33 #4- The pull up 7:12 #5 -Deadlift 8:51 #6- Shoulder press 10:15 #7- Power clean 11:51 If you're looking for the simplest solution to build muscle in a fast and efficient way, the bottom line so to speak, I gotta say it doesn't get much simpler than this. Because after spending years building muscle naturally I've learned that there are certain useless exercises that you should avoid entirely other exercises that you might want to consider incorporating and then there are the exercises that you just cant go without. Exercises that by themselves have the power to transform your physique. I've narrowed this list down to just seven of the most important exercises that you absolutely should have as a staple part of your routine to efficiently build the most muscle in the shortest amount of time. By mastering these 7 key compound exercises you'll see incredible results even if you're not doing any other exercises in the gym. And I made this video specifically for men not because women can't benefit from these exercises as well but because the ideal attractive body type for men is a V shape whereas for women it's more of an hourglass figure. So even though a lot of the exercises do crossover for both men women this video is specifically to help you develop the best manly physique with the least amount of exercises possible. I'm going to list off these exercises in no particular order, so Let's start first with a very important upper body exercise the bent over barbell Row. With this exercise you'll be working the rhomboids which are the muscles that connect your shoulder blades together so your upper back muscles and you'll also be working the back of your shoulder and your biceps. This is one of the most important pulling movements that you can do. Because you're working multiple muscle groups responsible for Pulling you're able to lift a lot more weight with this compound exercise then if you were to isolate any one of these muscles individually. By strengthening your rhomboids and your posterior deltoid you'll be tightening up your upper back which will help you hold yourself straight up and maintain a better more attractive upright posture. Since you can lift heavy weight with this exercise your biceps are also going to get a lot of stimulation because you'll be lifting a weight that would be impossible to lift with an isolated movement like bicep curls. A basic bent over row is done by grabbing a barbell with your hands a little wider than shoulder-width apart. Stick your butt out and stick your chest out before beginning the movement. Then bend down by about 60 degrees so you're a little higher than being fully parallel to the ground and you want let the weight hang straight down, do not flex your shoulders. While keeping your chest out pull the barbell inward towards your stomach and aim to touch your belly button with the bar. Then bring it back down to that hanging position and repeat this motion for reps. The great thing about rows is that you can do it with a barbell or you can do it with dumbbells, but a general rule of thumb to remember is that you'll be able to lift more weight and typically you'll be able to build more mass with barbells over dumbbells. Also by changing the angles at which you bend during a bent over row you can Target different parts of your back. A fully bent-over position where you're at a 90 degree angle will Target more of your lats and the middle of your back whereas standing more upright will Target more of your traps and upper back. Let's move on to another staple exercise that you should be doing, barbell and dumbbell chest presses. While the rows will help you develop the posterior or the back part of your upper body the chest presses are there to help you develop the anterior or the front part of your upper body. It'll hit your chest, the front head of your shoulders as well as your triceps. With chest presses you want to spend the majority of your time doing them at two different angles flat and incline. If your weakness is your upper chest you want to spend more of your time doing incline presses. if your upper chest is fine but you lack lower chest development you want to spend more of your time doing flat movements. Now the reason why I didn't mention the decline angle is because with flat presses you're going to get
Discover the 3 most common mistakes in a street fight in this video with Sifu Dan. Watch more Bruce Lee's JKD videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCXDIByH-Gk&list=PLEmTTOfet46Ocn3bqnUIaAB-cTUzsAXOG Download Dan Lok's best-selling book F.U. Money FREE: http://streetfightmistakes.danlok.link ★☆★ SUBSCRIBE TO DAN'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL NOW ★☆★ https://www.youtube.com/user/vanentrepreneurgroup?sub_confirmation=1 One of Dan Lok’s passions in life is martial arts. Like many young kids, after watching a Bruce Lee movie, it changed his life forever. At 17 years old, Dan started training in martial arts seriously because he was being bullied in school. It wasn’t long for Dan to learn the techniques he needed, and gain the confidence necessary to defend himself. Dan has studied with legendary martial artist such as Bruce Lee’s original student Ted Wong (http://tedwongjkd.net) and Joe Lewis “The Worlds Greatest Fighter” (http://joelewisassociation.com), making him a second generation student of Bruce Lee - in Bruce Lee's authentic art of Jeet Kune Do (JKD). He's also a third generation student of Ip Man (Wing Chun Kung Fu). Dan has also trained with other great instructors like Sifu Adam Chan (https://www.pragmaticmartialarts.com), Canadian lightweight boxing champion Tony "Fire Kid" Pep (https://www.facebook.com/pepboxing), and Octavio Quintero (https://www.theartofjkd.com) For Dan, martial arts training permeates every area of life. It’s not a hobby, it’s a way of life, and it influences how he does business. Martial arts gave him the confidence, focus, and patience to push through these obstacles and to keep fighting when he felt like giving up. IMPORTANT NOTE: Dan is NOT a full-time martial artist and he doesn't even claim to be that good of a fighter. He's simply a successful businessman who enjoys the art and philosophy of Bruce Lee, just like you. He doesn't have any online martial art videos, seminars or expensive "private training" to sell you. Quite frankly, he doesn't need the money. He simply wants to share his passion for the art of JKD (his own version of Jeet Kune Do) through his YouTube channel. Check out the other Jeet Kune Do (JKD) Fighting Tactics and Training Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEmTTOfet46Ocn3bqnUIaAB-cTUzsAXOG More Wing Chun (Ving Tsun) Techniques in this Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEmTTOfet46PuW-CM4gmmMnebKMq3WFMp ★☆★ WANT TO OWN DAN'S BOOKS? ★☆★ http://www.amazon.com/Dan-Lok/e/B002BLXW1K ★☆★ NEED SOLID ADVICE? ★☆★ Request a call with Dan: https://clarity.fm/danlok ★☆★ CONNECT WITH DAN ON SOCIAL MEDIA ★☆★ Blog: http://www.danlok.com/blog/ Podcast: http://www.shouldersoftitans.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/danthemanlok Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danlok/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/vanentrepreneurgroup Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danlok Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Dan-Lok/e/B002BLXW1K This video is about 3 Common Mistakes In A Street Fight - Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do https://youtu.be/aqn6cy3jB0k https://youtu.be/aqn6cy3jB0k
Getting ripped and staying ripped forever is not as complicated as some people make it out to be. In fact, it can be boiled down to just five things. In this video, I’m going to show you the 5 things that every ripped guy does that you can start copying in order to get shredded yourself and stay that way forever. No more bouncing up and down in body fat after watching this. To start, it helps to dispel some of the lies and insignificant methods in which people tend to latch onto in a pursuit of lower body fat. These include things like juice fasts and cleanses, no eating after 6 pm at night, drinking apple cider vinegar to burn fat and doing only fasted cardio to name a few. The issue is not that these methods may not have very very small incremental impacts on your fat loss, it is that they are the equivalent of throwing a deck chair off the titanic to save the sinking ship if you are behind the ball on your current weight. It is not going to work enough to be significant. Instead, there are 5 tried and true mechanisms that every ripped guy will do that you need to copy if you want to unlock the true secret to long term leanness. First is that no ripped guy that stays that way forever is dieting. You might be absolutely puzzled by this since it flies in the face of everything you’ve ever been taught. The truth is however, that nobody that stays ripped is dieting. They long ago purged that word from their vocabulary and instead have replaced it with nutrition. When you eat healthy and enjoy the foods you eat you can stick to that style of eating forever. If the methods of eating that you used to get down to the weight and body fat level you are at were based on deprivation and food group elimination then you will likely not be able to sustain that forever meaning that at some point you are going to wind up putting the weight back on. This is not the right way to go about it. You have to make healthy eating a lifestyle and base it around acceptable foods that you love if you want to unlock the key to being ripped forever. Next, you must drink a lot of water throughout the day. Staying hydrated will help you to stave off hunger and the confusion of thirst for hunger while at the same time helping you to maintain energy to perform at your best when you train. Speaking of training, if given the choice between a cardio workout or weight training the guy that stays ripped forever will always choose the weight training session. This is because they know that the biggest key to leanness is putting on muscle. The more muscle you carry the more insulin sensitive your body becomes and the more positively you react to food with less likelihood of fat storage. In addition, when you lift weights it is important to learn how to lift the weights you should rather than always pursuing the weights you can. This is particular true when your only focus is on strength. In these instances, carrying around a little excess body fat actually works to your advantage to create leverage on most compound lifts. When the obsession is with lifting heavier and heavier numbers then you forget to focus on the quality of the tension delivered to the working muscle and this can have a negative impact on the look of the muscle you are training not to mention set you up for an overreaching injury that will keep you out of the gym for a period of time. Finally, above all else consistency is required. You must learn how to become consistent with your approach if you want lifetime leanness. It actually isn’t nearly as hard as some would make it out to be since your nutrition is much easier to stay consistent with when you like what you’re eating and your workouts are rewarding. If you are looking for a program that you can be consistent with and lays out all of your workouts and meals in a step by step way, be sure to click on the link below to get started. If you want more videos on how to get ripped fast and the best diets for building muscle and lowering body fat without having to bulk and cut, be sure to subscribe to our channel as well. Get Ripped in 90 Days - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
Cameron Hanes is a bowhunting athlete and he also has a podcast available on iTunes called Keep Hammering with Cameron Hanes. #1013
Firas Zahabi on focusing on consistency over intensity in training.