What Are The Best Exercises for Muscle and Strength? | Fundamentals Series Ep. 4

By | 29 June 2020
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20 thoughts on “What Are The Best Exercises for Muscle and Strength? | Fundamentals Series Ep. 4

  1. Jeff Nippard

    We're almost through The Fundamentals Training Series! Just 1-2 more videos and then it's on to nutrition and supplementation. If you're interested in having all of this information condensed down into an actionable training program, check out my Fundamentals Hypertrophy Program: http://www.jeffnippard.com/fundamentalshypertrophyprogram

    Hope everyone is having a great weekend! Peace!

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  2. David Araya

    Machine shoulder press… or freeweight dumbell shoulder press… I think I'm sticking to weighted handstand push ups LOL. Love, from a calisthenics guy who enjoys the amazing videos you make. Peace

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  3. Rail

    as a newbie to lifting who watches that has no idea what you are talking about, what those exercises actually are and look. This is not really helpful as "fundamental training exercises".

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  4. Rick Martin

    thanks for taking the time to educate us viewers

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  5. multiculturehead

    Greatings from Germany…. Feels like you opened the Book of Life for me….. all the knowledge it is incredible. You deserve way more attention ! so much money wasted on "wannabe" trainer who wanted to be very special in order to keep people paying for stuff….i will highly recommend you to other people arround me ! THANK YOU very much (comes deep from the heart)

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  6. fabrizzio monsalve

    i cant do much weights for leg raises (i have a prosthesis), what can i do apart from weighter crunches?

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  7. fabrizzio monsalve

    what about front delts? upright rows right?

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  8. fabrizzio monsalve

    the hex bar deadlift lets you focus more on weight than on technique, is to prevent risk of injury (a little)

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  9. João Paulo

    I am a simple man, I see good information, I click it
    Thanks from Brazil Jeff

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  10. analog crunch

    for the love of god can someone just lay out a simple 3 day a week full body incorporating proper volume and frequency. It seems like a 10-20 work set a week method is prescribed per week. So how can we hit full body in 4 or 5 movements tops while incorporating it all? I am not looking for cable flies and crap i mean can we bench press maybe mon and fri maybe 5 work sets per session thus hitting the frequency and volume guidelines? I dont want some crazy program with 10 different variations which i believe is very unnecessary.

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  11. Allan Docater

    I bought instruction from Unflexal and I learned about workouts.

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  12. Liarlain B

    Hello

    great vieos, thank you, but I am trying to find the ones about nutrition and I can not find them?

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  13. Unknown YouTube User

    To make things simple, you should be doing about 80% Compound Exercises and 20% Isolation Exercises, get stronger weekly on compound exercises by either doing 1 more Rep or lifting 5 more lbs, and with isolation exercises focus on improving the mind muscle connection and don’t worry too much about getting stronger on isolation exercises until the weight just doesn’t challenge u anymore

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