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  1. Hey guys!!! Welcome to the first workout in my new program MetaBurn90! This routine will focus on building your overall STRENGTH and MIND-MUSCLE CONNECTION and this is CRUCIAL because for you to progress and push your limits you need not only control over your body, but a strong foundation in order to continuously improve!

    I'm really excited for all of you to try this 90 day program and I know you won't be disappointed! So what are you waiting for? Click the link below and start your 7-DAY FREE TRIAL! https://muscularstrength.com/metaburn90

    (2:39) – Push-Up
    (4:10) – Squat
    (5:32) – Dumbbell Pull-Over
    (7:40)- Dumbbell Deadlift
    (8:56) – Dumbbell Curl
    (10:23) – Dumbbell Skullcrusher
    (12:43) – Swimmer
    (13:31) – Glute Bridge
    (14:24) – Janda Sit-Up

    BodyBuilding.com – MetaBurn90 – TRY TODAY!
    https://muscularstrength.com/metaburn90

  2. Newbie here and have been going to the gym for 3 months. Not rely sure of what I'm doing lol. I did this yesterday and woke up sore like I haven't been ALL OVER! Lol. I think I've done a good job. Proud of myself. Thanks Scott!

  3. Wow. Didn't even know there was such an exercise as that "swimmer". Learned a new thing, today !!

    I do remember my Mom doing the 'glute bridge' thing along with Jack LaLanne on TV (yes, I am that old – the TV was black & white & full of hot tubes!) ) – but he must have called it by another name. Now I'd settle for being able to get up off the floor with some dignity intact.

  4. I am very angry with u Scott for that 10 min lower body workout feel like I'm gonna die lol thank u keep up the awesome work appreciate the good content

  5. Thank you for your hard work and honesty, Scott. Youtube is filled with fake instructors and liars of all kind. But not you, my man. You`re legit, you genuinely care for what you say and do.

  6. Hey Scott I would really value your feedback and I’ve been asking for a while but can u please rate this program?
    It’s a pull push legs where I go four days a week to the gym. Here it is below

    PULL:
    Deadlift 3x 6-8
    Barbell row 3x 8-10
    Barbell Curl 3x 8-10
    Face pull 3x 10-15

    PUSH:
    Bench 3x 6-8
    OHP 3x 6-8
    Skull crusher 3x 8-10
    Side raise 3x 10-15

    LEGS:
    Squat 3x 6-8
    RDL 3x 8-10
    Shrugs 3x 8-10
    Calf raise 3x 10-15

  7. Great video Scott! I'm going to be 50 and I feel like my best shape is ahead of me. For 30 years I'd go to the gym and do a bunch of chins and benches, get tired and go home lol. My bench got up to 255 a few years back. But I lost a lot of that strength. Right now my bench is only 215 and I'm working on getting back to where I was, but focusing more on hitting the whole body. A lot more core, delts and triceps, legs, even calves lol. But I can barely do a front squat with a 100 lbs these days. In the late 40's, I've learned that muscles that aren't used enough start to atrophy more and more. I think the 50+ market could be a nice unexplored realm for fitness trainers. Maintaining wellness and strength into the 50's, 60's and 70's. And preventing atrophy. Becomes more and more important to hit the whole body. Thanks for the videos. My goal is still to bench 300lbs someday, I haven't given up on it!

  8. Love to see Scott’s videos getting more traction and reaction been here since 2010 been here with every high and low points . You never give up and stay consistent even with the constant moving and gym changes you managed to keep posting content even when YouTube screwed up fitness channels with the most recent changes not really pushing or caring for fitness channels changing their policies u kept posting!!

  9. Hey scott! I have a video series suggestion! What if you review popular protein powders and go through if you should drink them or not and you can call it "Is. It. Gahhbage?!?!" I'm serious btw haha

  10. Im not really seeing the full picture here, you have the first part with 15 reps. How many times do you do that full routine of excercises? And after that you finish with 1 set of as many reps as possible?

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