1. Whats up everyone, Im currently recording all videos on my iPhone. The video quality and audio isn't the best lol but I'm working on getting a new setup. What are some questions/topics you would like me to cover in future videos? Thanks for your support!

  2. Honestly, you give the best and simplest advice out here. What I like the most is that you don't overcomplicate things like many other youtubers. I've been doing full body workouts for 4 months and then had to back off due to an injury. I injured my medial triceps tendon on the overhead press… was doing 100 lbs for 5-6 reps, 3 sets all @ 163 lbs of bodyweight and it all happened because I was progressing too quickly haha and I was pressing 3x per week (adeed almost almost 40 lbs in 4 months and my tendons couldn't keep up). All that I have to say is that full body workouts work like magic and just keep up with the amazing content. Hope you read this since it's an older video haha

  3. I do 12 exercises 4 sets of 8-12 reps
    Is that too much?
    I do
    Bench press & dips
    Bent over row & pull up
    Leg press & leg extension
    Dumbbell Shoulder press & side raises And Curls & push downs for arms
    In rest days I do cardio abs and small muscles like calves forearms etc.
    My workouts takes 1h – 1:20

  4. Nice vid and work man! Keep up all the good work! I just hit that sub button and watched man, if you could take a look at my channel and at all sub me back if you enjoy to help both our channels grow that would be huge thanks man

  5. Hey Eric, just wondering; as stated last video I've been running Kinobodys GGP and been having good luck. Do you think RPT would be doable in a full body setup? I'm leaning towards most people wouldn't think it's a good idea because that first set can be so draining and hard to recover from that doing it 3x a week for a muscle group could grind you down really quick. Great video and routine though! It's a much better progression scheme than adding 5 lbs every time. My only suggestion would be you could add more than 5 lbs to some lifts (depends on the person really) once you go from 3×5 to 3×8 with the same lift

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