Joe Rogan - How To Workout Smarter

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, June 19, 2018
  • Firas Zahabi on focusing on consistency over intensity in training.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/_fbCcWyYthQ
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  • Steven Quiles

    Steven Quiles

     an hour ago

    Called the pacer test we did it all through middle school think i still hold the 6th grade record with 94 and 7th grade with 104

  • Dylan Hunter Chua

    Dylan Hunter Chua

     an hour ago

    “Laughes in elk”

  • Jason Stallworth

    Jason Stallworth

     an hour ago

    With training, everything works for only for a time. You have to change things up every now and then to shock your muscles.

    And I’m a fan of volume-based workouts but there’s something to be said about training with intensity. Both methods work, but again, only for a time.

  • Mobus Dorphin

    Mobus Dorphin

     9 hours ago +1

    I've struggled with weight all my life, and until I was 27 I couldn't really lose more than 10-20 pounds before putting everything back on. Various advertisements and "common knowledge" led me to believe that in order to lose weight, I needed to exercise 90 minutes a day. Because of that, I believed that if I wasn't exercising balls to the wall for 90 minutes every day, that I would be wasting my time for no weight loss.

    It wasn't until I went to a doctor, and the doctor told me not to exercise more than 20 minutes a day, 3 days a week, for 3 months, that I finally started to lose weight. Because I just kept doing exercise regularly at a rate that was easy for me to do, I was able to keep the habit. After 3 months has passed of doing that easy workout the times a week, I noticed that I started WANTING to go to the gym. Eventually, I realized I enjoyed lifting weights more than I did sitting on a bike.

    I was 475 lbs in December 2017 when my doctor gave me that advice. I'm 350lbs as of last week and am continuing to go down.

    It's not about intensity, it's about volume.

  • Tachmaco

    Tachmaco

     9 hours ago

    But then how do you ever reach hypertrophy if you don’t push your limits, just wondering I don’t actually know the answer

  • Abdiel Gv3

    Abdiel Gv3

     13 hours ago

    If you don’t understand this man you are just dumb.

  • Safiek Safiek

    Safiek Safiek

     14 hours ago

    Overtrain go fuck your body up and your mind Will prepare your body to go even harder.you got to open the Doors in your mind and meet the demons (goggins style)

  • adam bean

    adam bean

     15 hours ago

    this applies to everything not just exercise

  • Tony T

    Tony T

     16 hours ago

    Amish Farmers and builders are strongest men got a ton of streght

  • asd fghj

    asd fghj

     23 hours ago

    If this video did not popped out on my recommendation list back then,





    I would've gained more muscle

  • ThvtSyDneYlyf3th0

    ThvtSyDneYlyf3th0

     yesterday

    fuck i used to do the beep test in kindy

  • Gavin Green

    Gavin Green

     yesterday

    I kinda like being sore though 😅 makes me feel like my body is building itself while I'm at my desk lol

  • Siby Easow

    Siby Easow

     yesterday

    he's spot on. volume over intensity.

  • Sime Arsov

    Sime Arsov

     yesterday +1

    Every single person in the world needs to see this video.

  • ryan vo

    ryan vo

     yesterday

    Volume training doesn’t make sense for body building. You need high intensity to destroy and rebuild muscles to become bigger. You can do 5 push-ups a day for a 1,000 years and you still won’t get anywhere.

  • Fuckya Lookin at

    Fuckya Lookin at

     yesterday

    5,000 idiots hated this video

  • Josue Corella

    Josue Corella

     yesterday

    Damn Rogan, you get more views than UFC main events. This is your main job, UFC is just a side gig

  • Kyle VTEC

    Kyle VTEC

     yesterday

    In my opinion, this seems like it would only work for fighters/boxers who basically use their whole body each training session. For a body builder, you work a specific muscle group hard every time and then the next day when all those muscles are sore you pick another muscle group that hasn’t been trained in a few days and hit them hard. I’m not gonna say it’s “simple” but it’s less complicated than he’s making it seem. (Basically he’s not speaking on behalf of the body building community... he’s a fighter. It’s two completely different groups)

  • Alex Fearn

    Alex Fearn

     yesterday

    Beep test at school lol

  • Jamison Smith

    Jamison Smith

     2 days ago

    Lame