When it comes to creating an effective workout, you can consider a million variations. There’s reps, sets, range of motion, equipment, the list goes on.
But most of that stuff is just superficial details that more often than not, isn’t as important as we often think.
Every effective workout, for any goal, from building muscle to improving performance boils down to just a few fundamental principles. Get these down, and you’re golden. Ignore them, and none of the other details matter.
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What do I think about adding hill sprints to a strength workout? 19:00
Top 3 bodyweight exercises for a strong lower back 21:47
Should you integrate jump rope into calisthenics training? 26:27
Wrist pain during hand stands: 28:39
Do you need to be sore to build muscle? 30:29
Is it a good idea to do sandbag carries up a hill? 31:46
Are push-ups, Pull-Ups and squats enough for a skinny guy to build muscle? 33:08
What to do when struggling to progress to the next level in Convict Conditioning / Calisthenics 35:02
Is a shorter rest period best for building muscle? 37:59
Can I build strong legs with only bodyweight? 40:12
How to gauge rest times for your goals 42:29
Can running improve a tight QL? 43:28
Are isolation exercises necessary? 44:07
Losing lower back / love handle fat? 45:11
Planks vs lying lg raise for GSC 4 6:44