7 BEST Strength Exercises FOR MEN! (BUILD MUSCLE FAST!)

By | 13 October 2019
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This video reveals the7 best strength exercises to build muscle fast and this workout is one of 21 different muscle building workouts from my Living Large book program. Make sure to claim your free copy so that you build the ripped and muscular body you’re after.
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20 thoughts on “7 BEST Strength Exercises FOR MEN! (BUILD MUSCLE FAST!)

  1. Vince Del Monte

    BACK to help you get jacked up! This week is dedicated to helping you build muscle with Full Body Workouts! Pumped to help you pack on some quality size, hit me up if you have any questions and if you enjoyed this workout, check the link in the description to get your FREE copy of Living Large now!

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  2. Aa 69

    Weak ass squat requiring a belt, touch and go and half rep overhead press, touch and go deadlifts too much volume, this workout sucks

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  3. Trishna Sharma

    How much rest we should take in between sets and in between changing to next movement?? Can uplz help?

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  4. ramm one

    Now I know why all these newbies at my yuppie box gym are never seen after 3-4 months, the reps, routine mirrors everything I am seeing here. The barbell overhead press should be cleaned to your
    chest, then you press up, that resting at chest level, is cheesedick using lifting belt too. 3 sets on barbell bench? WTF! You need 3-4 sets to warm up, plus no incline bench? It seems all the
    weights are stacked on the deadlift, they do not allow you to do that at my gym, depends on who is on shift, they will tell you to stop or get your membership revoked. The deadlift takes all your muscles to work, so it takes a few days to recover, it will tank you or break your spine either way, if it works for you, have at it. The pull ups, you need to spread your arms a little wider, the best overall
    back building routine is the Penlay row, not bent over, another cheesdick back routine. Most of these guys have been lifting for over 5 years at the minimum, it is a long process, lots of pain, time,
    commitment, and most of all money. If you all these supplemental starved people, you will spend on worthless stuff your body does not need, the fact to that, only less than 40% of supplements
    work for people. Now if you want to amp up your game, then easy to gear up, but then those cycles will be a mental strain, who's gearing, the red robin skin, constantly sweating, full intense charging
    to every exercise, no hair, bald or balding, needing to wear a ball cap, yeah, the side affects. Guys, it hard work, not going to be overnight, it takes years, the older you get the harder it is, at least you
    are in there.

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  5. Akshay Bhosle

    Sir how many times in a week wud u suggest this workout ?? Also wanted to know u have any variations of same workout …eg 1 week incline , 1 week decline … Same muscle but working from different different angle

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  6. shawn bray

    Pushups, pull ups and squats are my favorite exercises, overall. Even though ive never been able to perform a pull up properly, or at all haha

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  7. C I N N Y S E H G A L

    How many time we can do strength training in a week sir?? Thanks

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  8. Dennis Lane

    Lol he sounds like he is selling something on an infomercial

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  9. Cesar Lima

    Ill be born 6 months from now but i already lift 3x what these guys do combined

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  10. klowN MOB

    Alot of snowflakes in the comment section spreading misinformation on things they've never done. It's almost painful to read. Nice video and effective way to lift.

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  11. Mark Patterson

    I lifted three to four times a week when in my 20's and 30's. Starting to return to lifting now that my kids are grown and on their own. I saw the video and did the exercises. Because I am now almost 60, I use much less weight. I am more concerned with proper form than going heavy (100 to 125 on each exercise). Once I feel I own it, I will start to increase weight a little at a time. Always starting with streches and warm ups before lifting and cool downs when done.I am in it for the long haul. Your thoughts please.

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