An Easy Way To Gain Muscle

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50 thoughts on “An Easy Way To Gain Muscle”

  1. I will start doing my legs, by the only reason why I don’t do my legs is
    because it would take up a chest day or something.

  2. Christina Abraham

    hey scott! ok so i have been working out for about seven months now. And im
    not seeing that much of a difference. I do legs every week like you
    mentioned. i do eat clean 90% of the time. i work really hard. so far i can
    leg press 250 and squat 135. I have been increasing the weights. but my
    body is just not changing as much as i want it to. any suggestions?

  3. true story bro, Im from the balkan too, mount salary 200 euro, protein
    powder 60 euro :///

  4. luke pattinson

    I rarely work on my legs cause their not that strong yet, I tried doing
    squats a few months ago but I was worried I was gonna stunt my growth, can
    anyone give me any advice please.

  5. anyone with a profile pic like that i wudnt trust u worth a penny to get
    big … ur like 120 bro

  6. lmaoo i was thinking the same thing. i agree, squats are a must…buut the
    part about the hormones circulating from ur legs to ur upper body..haha bro
    science to the max.

  7. I have heard that the old-school bodybuilders never trained legs first,
    beause all the blood rushes into your legs and when you then tart training
    your upperbody, the blood has to move also. Am I right or wrong?

  8. That would namely depend how how long and fast the sprint is. When working
    out, it is more about the reps than the weight, so depending on things
    like, elevation, speed, distance, it could give you a decent leg exercise
    as well as working on your cardio.

  9. cool! i wanna be a pro wrestler but i look like a walking noodle! gonna
    start taking your advices! hope i’ll get bigger soon! haha

  10. for stamina it is a good workout,but for muscle growth you’re wasting your
    time doing that

  11. SCOTT I NEVER KNEW U COULD DO THIS OMG.. MUCH MORE RESPECT FROM ME BRO!!!
    UR MUSCLES R ACTUALLY FUNCTIONAL AND NOT JUST LOOK.´╗┐

  12. Got my first one today by mostly following this progression! Another tip
    that is very important is to change up how you do pullups. Instead of
    stopping once your chin is over the bar, you must keep going until your
    chest touches the bar. Pull up as high as you can explosively and control
    it on the way down.´╗┐

  13. alex carrington

    good tutorial
    i still and done one yet
    one day with …with your help lol´╗┐

  14. JungleBoogie _

    Scott, thank you so much for these tips. I will hit the gym tomorrow and
    give it a go!! ´╗┐

  15. very nice video, right things to do.
    but… you’re doing only 5 in a row with such difficulty ? now maybe you
    was tired.
    but I have a friend that does much more even when hes tired after 15
    muscle-ups.
    and he’s pretty skinny guy.

    I did my first real muscle-up around 2-3 weeks ago, and already I’m able to
    do 7 in a row, and about 20 reps without much momentum (except on the first
    one).

    and again, nice video. ´╗┐

  16. I came for the part on how to go from leg-assisted muscle-ups to strict
    form muscle-ups. I was disappointed.´╗┐

  17. This is the best explanation on youtube of a muscle up!!! An estimated time
    line when u are able to do which part would have been a good addition but
    everything else is so great and helpful. Thank you very much.´╗┐

  18. Great video. My “pull up” game is crazy. But for some reason I just can’t
    get the muscle ups. I’m gOing to try these techniques see how it goes. ´╗┐

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