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How to gain muscle | Andrew Huberman and Lex Fridman

How to gain muscle | Andrew Huberman and Lex Fridman
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  1. With all due respect to Dr Galpin, the 3-5 x 3-5 concept mentioned at the start of this clip was a concept by Pavel Tsatsouline- it was written by him in his book 'Beyond Body-building ' that i bought a decade ago and have followed since. I'm surprised to see it mentioned here almost verbatim but with no reference to him.

  2. 1.) Train for longevity
    I’m 23 years old and have been lifting since I was 15 years old
    2.) Stay Natural
    3.) Stretch, Rest & Relax inbetween workouts
    4.) Cardio + Weights balance
    5.) Eat Healthy & Cut out unnecessary Carbs such as bread while adding protein

  3. You absolutely do not “need” to push to “failure and sometimes beyond” for hypertrophy and the research overwhelmingly supports this. You should probably do it sometimes and very sparingly due to the fatigue cost of doing so

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