The 3 Methods of Strength Training You Need to Know!

By | 27 July 2020

There’s an endless amount of information on there on strength training programs and workouts. But where do you start? What is the difference between building strength vs building muscle mass? How do the two work together? In this video, we dig into the simple yet rarely discussed topics and how you might be surprised just how strong you can get without necessarily needing to get big.

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Cardio and strength training affect your body differently, and both are essential to your health and well being. Watch this video to learn how.

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40 thoughts on “The 3 Methods of Strength Training You Need to Know!

  1. Mister Dunkan

    The title of this video is wrong. It should be titled: is Ford Excursion V10 better than Nissan GT-R V6?

  2. Ray Ybarra

    Hello im 6'2 335 lbs used to be 400. I started my fitness journey during the quarantine and wanted to know how can i be that v8 super charger. Im naturally a big guy just need to get toned and fit. Would appreciate the advice and support

  3. Gonzo the great

    Best example: Jeff Cavaliere. He only weighs 160 lbs, but he is able to deadlift 500lbs for reps.
    And bench 315 lbs pinchpress for reps.
    The guy is freakishly strong. Best lifting advice ever.

  4. FiddiTwo

    if u have any chance of seeing this, how about a 40+ male been training on/off for 20 yrs and just wants to look good, have enough muscle for longevity – should we be talking about volume still ? I don't tolerate much volume these days as my recovery is shot, thanks!

  5. JM Jedon Marmil

    Thank you for this video dude..
    How about comparing the body builder and calisthenic athletes, what type of muscle they use for their strength and muscle mass

  6. yan wain

    wilks scores can be really frustrating because when you have a massive penis and and massive brain, it throws your numbers off.

  7. Andrew Lineberger

    Love the Automotive Illustrations! and all your quality content!!

    What do You think about JM Blakeley sayin "Speed work is not necessary" ?

  8. JP MORGAIN

    Matt is so concise and professional for a guy who can snap your neck and tax your chick. Sigh, if the world were that utopious 😿

  9. Dre Pierce

    Never in my life have I witnessed muscle growth and functions broken down in such well structured and referenced terms. Clicking that subscribe button now

  10. Min Len

    I wanna ride a bike but 2 problems
    1. Can’t ride 2 wheels
    2. Mom won’t buy me a new bike (old one is broken)

  11. Chris Hale

    Cardio will make your heart healthier at the end of the day. Make sure you do both though. You are missing out on important fundamentals of strength and cardio if you leave anything out.

  12. Intense 21551

    I’ve tried doing hiit workouts and they are amazing they really are good for people trying to lose weight

  13. World Nature Video

    Very awesome workout. I enjoyed it alot. Thanks for sharing. This makes my day more productive. Great job

  14. Health Hoody

    Strength-training has been shown to improve psychological health as well, by increasing self-esteem, confidence and self-worth.

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