Who are some good lifting related youtubers?

I have been trying to increase my understanding of lifting and ways of going about things. I don't like to listen to just one person or whatever and instead prefer a slew of options with differing points of views. Lately I have been trying to decide if I want to stick with my 3 day full body routine that I have been doing or increase the amount of days I hit the gym. I strongly prefer 3 day full body because I know I can make it to the gym all 3 days and I don't feel burned out. Youtubers I have been watching so far:

Renaissance Periodization
Jeremy Ethier
Eric Bugenhagen
Lean Beef Patty(Mostly because I like the content)
More Plates More Dates

A couple other youtubers as well but when trying to do your own research and gather your own point of view, what are some things to keep in mind? One thing I definitely don't like doing is "SUCH AND SUCH DO IT THIS WAY ALL THE TIME FOR EVER, NO CHANGING IT!!!!" So you go through these motions of doing something you don't even understand why you are doing it though. I want to avoid that if possible. Any thoughts?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Renaissance Periodization
    who
    >Jeremy Ethier
    who
    >Eric Bugenhagen
    juices
    >Lean Beef Patty(Mostly because I like the content)
    the whore that chudcords spam? trash
    >More Plates More Dates
    cringe +incel +brosience

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >RP
      all you need

      >who?
      the only truly good yt channel

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Eric Bugenhagen
      >juices
      What difference does this make?

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What youtubers you watch doesn't really have much impact on progress.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I understand, not really concerned about not making progress. But I am looking to increase my overall knowledge base about lifting whether that be through youtube or reading books etc.

      >Renaissance Periodization
      who
      >Jeremy Ethier
      who
      >Eric Bugenhagen
      juices
      >Lean Beef Patty(Mostly because I like the content)
      the whore that chudcords spam? trash
      >More Plates More Dates
      cringe +incel +brosience

      Bugenhagen juices? How do you know? Seems to be of natural proportions.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Eric Bugenhagen
    He is a genetic specimen, what works for him doesn't work for you
    >Lean Beef Patty(Mostly because I like the content)
    She is just a zoomie girl doing vlogs
    >More Plates More Dates
    Just a roidchud doing click-baity videos

    I don't know who the other two are so I won't comment. The best two youtubers are AlphaDestiny and Jeff Nippard. A good rule of thumb is that if the youtuber is taller than 5'6 he isn't good.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      A lot of people only watch lean beef patty because "PEE PEE HARD" essentially.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, she isn't even good looking. I don't undrestand what they find in her.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        she is so hot bros

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Alan Thrall
    Omar Isuf
    Johnny Candito
    Scooby

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is Bugenhagen's wrestling career finished because of his latest knee injury?

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    These are all educational channels:

    Scott Herman fitness
    Athlean X (usually gives good advice but not always. Take him with a grain of salt)
    Greg Doucette (mostly advice on stuff outside of lifting itself, such as diet and the likes)
    Jeff Nippard
    Sean Nalewanyj (I have only watched his shorts, but he seems credible)
    CaylebPT (on tiktok) (really good advice for beginners, and even novice lifters)

    And just whatever else tiktok serves you if you optimize your feed to be fitness related if you choose to use tiktok. My advice is to not use it though as it is highly addictive. Just go on there to check out CaylebPT's and Sean Nalewanyj's page.

    Also, always be source critical. Don't take everything anyone says as gospel automatically. If you really dive deep into the fitness space of youtube, you'll find some of these fitness icons exposing each other.
    Greg Doucette and More Plates More Dates have been exposed for selling underdosed supplements and promoting shit that doesn't work and telling you to buy it from them.
    Athlean X has been exposed for using fake weights in his videos by Scott Herman, and giving faulty advice by Greg Doucette.
    And so on.

    Don't have these figures dictate step by step what you do. Use what they preach along side what you know yourself from various sources such as other figures and IST threads (watch out for bad advice from here too)

    Godspeed, brother. We're all gonna make it!

  7. 2 months ago
    sage

    For Naturals:
    Bald Omni-Man (my personal favorite by far currently)
    Geoffrey Verity Schofield
    Natural Hypertrophy ello yuchuub
    Revival Fitness

    I feel like Bugenhagens golden era is over, I still watch his new content but I don’t really care if I miss one like I did in the golden tidbits days.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Renaissance Periodization
    Only fitness channel worth watching. Every other channel makes nothing but shit targeted at people in their first six months of working out

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Scott Herman
    Jack Perez

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pre wwe bugenhagen was good. The whole acting wacky thing he does now is just boring.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    don’t keep up with modern fittubers but my list is
    >Ric Boogz
    >old BroScience
    >Jeff Nippard
    >old Hodge Twins
    >piano man

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I like Golden Era Bookworm not because of his knowledge or physique but because he buys all the overpriced golden/silver era booklets and information then gives the information in them out in a simple powerpoint for free. Stuff like Steve Reeves books are like $100 now with no pdf you can download.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Alan Trall is actually based and gives real goof info. All natty, too.

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