Thoughts on jay vincent?

>You will NOT do more then 1 set
>You will NOT lift more then once a week
>You will NOT do cardio
>You will NOT stretch
>You will NOT train with fast tempos
>You will NOT do isolations
>You will NOT leave reps in the tank
>exercises are OVERRATED
>rep ranges are OVERRATED
>splits are OVERRATED
>exercise selections are OVERRATED
not that big myself, any people here tried his stuff?

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >You will NOT do more then 1 set
    >You will NOT do isolations
    So no preexhausts?
    >You will NOT leave reps in the tank
    Not even warmups?
    >splits are OVERRATED
    How am I supposed to arrange my excercise selection without splitting it?
    >exercise selections are OVERRATED
    Oh. Well what does he do?
    Are you sure you're summarizing him correctly?

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >>You will NOT do more then 1 set
    Not everyone is able to train until real muscle failure. You'll need somebody to spot you, you'll need equipment with safety measures to avoid injuries.
    >>You will NOT lift more then once a week
    Per muscle group. I have to agree.
    >>You will NOT do cardio
    I have to disagree. I know the research and the arguments behind it, but in my opinion something is missing. Science has not figured out all of our bodies processes. So just common sense and experience tells me that there is a difference between lifting heavy and doing cardio, especially in regard to the heart.
    >>You will NOT stretch
    I'm doing Yoga and will continue. Just like I said above, it is my experience and it feels good.
    >>You will NOT train with fast tempos
    100% agree. You should alway be in control of the weight.
    >>You will NOT do isolations
    Disagree. There are great isolation machines that offer you training until real muscle failure with very little risk of injury due to their design.
    >>You will NOT leave reps in the tank
    It depends on your goals.
    are OVERRATED
    Most are.
    >>rep ranges are OVERRATED
    Yes.
    are OVERRATED
    Most are. PPL is simple and works great for example.
    selections are OVERRATED
    You are repeating yourself, Jay.

    Jay is like those Carnivore diet guys, taking research to an extreme level.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stop shilling your channel gay

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Rolling for jaylynn

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      roll

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Roll!!!

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Re roll

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      rolllling

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Rolling 4 Naomi

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lmao got the literal opposite (LULZ one instead of feminist one)

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >>You will NOT do more then 1 set
    >>You will NOT lift more then once a week
    Does this guy advertise 1 set a week per muscle group? The fitness industry must be extremely saturated if someone has to be plain retarded to stand out.

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    so what does he advocate then?

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    He advocates for 2 times a week training.
    Isolations are part of the routine. The focus is on muscle failure and time under tension. He recently said that you can even train brosplit that way so get out of here disinfo shill.
    The main concepts are time under tension and muscle failure. Everything else is up to the individual. If you recover well, train the muscle to failure 2 times a week if you want.
    Also he said that you can get 90% of the benefits by just training chin-ups, dips and squats to failure which I personally don't agree with.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      So he's repackaging HIT shit, another meme that doesn't work, and pretending it's his own. That dips/chins/squats shit is 1:1 plagiarism from Arthur Jones. The three most important lifts for muscle mass to him were dips, chin-ups and squats, though he didn't advocate that lunatic 2x a week 1 set 10-minute workout bullshit that came later.
      >"Apart from a rather limited number of hardcore bodybuilders who are misguided enough to believe that they have a chance to compete against the outright genetic freaks that now dominate bodybuilding competition, just about anybody else in this country can produce nearly all of the potential benefits of proper exercise without spending much if anything in excess of about twenty dollars. You can build both a chinning bar and a pair of parallel dip bars for a total cost of only a few dollars, and those two exercises, chins and dips, if properly performed, will stimulate muscular growth in your upper body and arms that will eventually lead to muscular size and strength that is very close to your potential.
      Then on the barbell squat which he valued over calisthenics squats.
      >"If you still remain unconvinced, then ask yourself just why I am so anxious to convince you of the value squats; after all, it makes no slightest difference to me whether you do squats or not – or “how” you do them, if you do them. Squats are not something that I can sell you, nor did I invent them – they are simply a very good form of exercise that cannot be duplicated insofar as benefits are concerned any other single exercise."
      And it's also likely him posting himself here for advertising. Pure gayry.

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I like him

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    His videos are poorly edited and can’t keep me having watchtime. Jay if this is you get a fucking editor you cheap cunt. Also trim your fucking chest hair.

    So 5/3/1 would be ideal right?
    >each coumpount once a week
    >bbb
    >amraps
    >optimal recovery

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    hes handsome

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >thoughts on jay vincent
    he's wrong

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    every jacked dude I know natty or not does a bro split with tons of volume and tons of rest for each bodypart
    everyone trains to failure or close to failure with regular tempo, everyone does isolations and at least 2 exercises for each bodypart

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Never heard of him. He doesn't look like anything and his advice is obviously garbage. I shall ignore.

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's escalation from exercise minimalism (le cancel your gym membership and buy a bb/power rack) to exercise nihilism (anyone who is dyel has bad genetics, all exercise is the same, doing basically nothing is the same as 6 hours a week)

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >You will NOT do more then 1 set
    >You will NOT lift more then once a week
    no gains lmao
    >You will NOT do cardio
    >You will NOT stretch
    >You will NOT train with fast tempos
    fine
    >You will NOT do isolations
    >You will NOT leave reps in the tank
    possible, but dumb
    >exercises are OVERRATED
    >rep ranges are OVERRATED
    >splits are OVERRATED
    >exercise selections are OVERRATED
    kinda vague

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jay is based. Bodybuilding is an incredibly unhealthy life style, and its sad to see so many men throw away their health just so they can look like an African ideal promoted by ~~*hollywood*~~
    Work out very minimally, and do it for strength and longevity, rather than looking like some weird unnatural blimp that wouldnt exist in nature.

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