How Many Exercises Per Muscle Group?


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  1. You probably won’t see this,
    But your videos are the best

  2. Soggy Tonis puri says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:41 am

    I did 8 reps of 110kg on the leg press and it’s the third day of crippling pain in my thighs

  3. Paulo Janini Ferreira says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:47 am

    Amazing video, very well done

  4. This seems the evolved form of picturefit and i mean that fully as a compliment

  5. Exactly what I was looking for. Extremly in depth and visually easy to understand. Great job really

  6. 3 compounds
    6 accessories
    Gonna confuse the body babe!

  7. Chris Marcellano says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:56 am

    Nice work, your vids are very well thought out!

  8. bluetongueliz says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:56 am

    Presentation and information are all well presented. This is good work!

  9. Hey I’m new and I’m not sure how many exercises I should do per muscle group. This is what my workouts look like.

    Bench – barbell
    Incline dumbbell press
    Pec fly dumbbell
    Incline or flat hex press
    Dumbbell pullover
    Incline fly

    Alternating dumbbell curl
    Spider curl
    Reverse curl
    Hammer curl
    Ez bar curl
    Preacher curl
    Wide curl
    Close grip curl
    Drag curl

    Lateral raises
    Upright row
    Shoulder press
    Front barbell raise

    Tricep overhead extension
    Dumbbell tricep extension

    Lat pull downs
    Bent over row
    Chest supported row
    Single arm dumbbell pull
    Good mornings
    Back extension

    Hack squat
    Leg curls
    Calf raises
    Leg press
    Hamstring extension

  10. Jooshua Lewis says: September 10th, 2022 at 1:59 am

    This channel deserves way more views, one suggestion I’d make is getting better mic quality

  11. Your content is absolutely fantastic. Keep it bro

  12. Brian Cuenco says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:00 am

    I’ve heard of German Volume Training where you do 10×10 squats. Even thinking of 5 sets of squats and I’m already like "yeah nah". Mixing it up is way more fun.

  13. soundtrack name plzz

  14. I must commend you on this video’s quality. You covered a lot of ground in a very good amount of depth. Nicely done!
    I’ve exercised in a gym for 25y+ (on and off) and I’ve had to learn all of this from trial and error. Quite a lot of trial, error and frustration. This video isn’t of much practical value for me now, as I already knew all of this, but 25y ago it would have been extremely valuable. I love exhaustive, systematic educational materials.

  15. Razeehn Achmad says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:04 am

    I love this channel

  16. Kenan Turkiye says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:05 am

    I found the topic in this video to be very interesting as lately I had been experimenting with the idea. My personal account too is that any exercises that focuses more on a part of a certain muscle needs a certain amount of per session and weekly volumes to be beyond a ”beneficial threshold”, so yeah mixing and matching without proper calculations does not yield the expected results.
    I wish you further elaborate this issue in future vids. Love your vids. 👍

  17. I do one exercise per muscle per week (4 sets a muscle) as I don’t enjoy training much these days. I’m still making progress but definitely slower than when I trained 3 or 4 times a week with two or three exercises for some muscles.

  18. High quality, informative, to the point content where references are shown. This is some good shit, please don’t stop.

  19. mohammed fazil says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:12 am

    Very informative and detailed video. Keep it coming!

  20. Kevin Sullivan says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:15 am

    just commenting for the algo…well done my man

  21. These best videos , I have seen on muscle development,,, now I no why I don’t progress

  22. Great presentation.
    Love your teaching
    . Thank you

  23. 1 exercise and 5 set per muscle group. I do this twice a week to hit a variety of muscle groups in little time. Then top it off with 30min cardio, I don’t want to be in the gym for longer than an hour y’know.

  24. Danielle Pellegrini says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:15 am

    New trainers should be required to watch your videos. This has been so helpful. Thank you.

  25. nice video. what is the best substitute for back squat if if need to replace it to prevent plateau?

  26. My workout split is upper/lower body, frecuency: 4 days.

    I accept any suggestions,advice

    Heres my 2 leg sessions:

    Leg day 1:
    Squat, 4sets
    Split squat of death, 3 sets
    Leg extension machine,3 sets
    RDL, 3sets
    Kas glute bridge,3 sets
    Seated leg curl machine, 3 sets
    Calf raises, 3 sets
    Tibialis raise with kettlebell, 3 sets

    Leg day 2:
    Squat, 4sets
    Leg press, 3 sets
    Front foot elevated split squat, 3 sets
    RDL, 4sets
    Kas glute bridge,3 sets
    45 degree Glute hyperextensions, 3 sets
    Calf raises, 6 sets

  27. Jordan Winward-Kane says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:21 am

    I’ve just started out and currently 6 weeks into a consistent regime, mine currently looks like this (all sets to failure):

    Lower body:
    Back Squats X 4 sets
    RDL X 4 sets
    Bulgarian Squat lunges X 3 sets
    Plank X 3

    Upper Body:
    Barbell row X 4 sets
    Military press X 4 sets
    Bench press X 4 sets
    Barbell bicep curls X 3 sets

    Day 1 and 4 – Lower Body
    Day 2 and 5 – Upper Body
    Day 3, 6 and 7 – Rest

  28. Joshua Ybarra says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:23 am

    Perfect timing. This was my topic for the week I was focusing on.

  29. Question pls since bigger muscles need more training than smaller muscles and the ones who are affected indirectly, if working on a 2 muscle group per training session the best exercises number might be 5 exercises for ether chest back or legs, 4 for shoulders and 3 for biceps or triceps " 3 set scale " is that ideal for someone who is used to bodybuilding not a beginner?

  30. Ive been wondering about this, thanks for the info!

  31. Why does the specific part of the muscle that is contracted matter? i.e. the “mid and lower pec”, why is that significant? It’s the same muscle, so why is it relevant what part of that singular muscle is contracted most?

  32. Sebastian Stabinger says: September 10th, 2022 at 2:37 am

    Great content as always!


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