How to Grow Bigger Muscles Fastest! (NO PLATEAUS)

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  • Published: 24 November 2017
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    If you want to grow bigger muscles you have to first learn the three options you have for doing it and then not get attached to any one. The biggest problem people have is that they get stuck on one particular method for building muscle and are afraid to explore other avenues for doing it. This happens because they see success with something and fear that veering from that will cause them to lose gains.

    In this video, I’ll show you the three main methods of hypertrophy and how you need to explore each of them at different times in your training if you want to reach your true muscle size potential. I will show you the pros and cons of each that wind up costing you the maximum amount of muscle mass that you can pack on if you dwell in one method at the exclusion of the other two.

    The three main methods of hypertrophy or muscle growth are progressive overload, metabolic stress and eccentric muscle damage. Each of these has their own benefits as well as drawbacks that tend to make them rely on each other for best results. We can start with progressive overload since it is the most basic of the three and is the one that you have likely been taught to pursue first when you initially began lifting weights.

    The concept behind progressive overload is either adding more and more weight to the bar to increase your strength on the exercises that you are doing or to increase the amount of work that you perform in a single workout over time. You can also keep the amount of workload the same in your workouts but increase the frequency of your training to hit your muscles more often and take advantage of the 48 hour cycle of muscle protein synthesis.

    The issue here is that this is not an endless road. You will ultimately hit a wall in terms of the strength that you develop or the size of the muscles that are performing the work. When you cannot add a single extra pound to the exercise what happens then? When your newbie gains are over and you cannot add another pound of muscle, what do you do then? If you make a mistake you may wind up adding more weight than you can handle and you either allow your form to fall to the point that the exercise is no longer effective or worse you wind up getting injured.

    What people will suggest next is to pursue more volume and frequency at submaximal loads. They argue that you won’t be likely to hurt yourself because of the lighter tension on the muscles and that the increased workout sessions will lead to an overload needed to build muscle. Here is where frequency comes back to bite you. While you may not see anything but gains for awhile, ultimately the result of higher frequency is overuse injuries that derail you over time.

    Here is where metabolic training becomes a savior. Not only is it a great way to train with injuries (since you can use lighter weights and in abbreviated ranges of motion) but you can use it to spark new gains because you likely never explored it enough the right way to use up all the potential gains you have in you from doing it.

    Finally, you can use eccentric training to put back the tension overload on the muscles that has been missing by using the exclusively lighter weights of metabolic training and cause your muscles go grow this way as well. The key is not falling in love with any one method at the exclusion of the others since here again this muscle soreness created by this can prevent you from seeing the increase in frequency and volume that you would want to use for max gains.

    If you are looking for a program that meshes all three perfectly so you can finally reach your true muscular potential, head to http://athleanx.com and get the AX BREAKOUT program.

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  • ATHLEAN-X™
    ATHLEAN-X™   10 months back

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    • Denis P
      Denis P  4 weeks back

      do you think drop sets can help. I would like a video on the subject
      thanks great video!

    • Biskatt
      Biskatt  2 months back

      ATHLEAN-X™ so, should I be doing the different kinds of exercises every other time? Or should I change it every weej

    • Mr. No Name
      Mr. No Name  4 months back

      ATHLEAN-X™ so how long would you stay with one of these

  • IDon'tKnow
    IDon'tKnow  3 days back

    What's the difference between Progressive Overload and Eccentric Damage?

    • Pezza
      Pezza  1 weeks back

      I swear Jeff's skin is thinner than paper

      • Grumor Town
        Grumor Town  1 weeks back

        Thank you!

        • Mario Britton
          Mario Britton  2 weeks back

          Outstanding science on working out

          • Bernard Beanman
            Bernard Beanman  3 weeks back

            What does he mean by metabolic training? High reps? Supersets? Compound only?
            Anyone?

            • mike mike
              mike mike  2 weeks back

              I think he means that when the muscle being worked feels the burning sensation one must try to to put out more reps...

          • Pwn
            Pwn  1 months back

            One of the most important videos but only has 700k

            • Gregory Goss
              Gregory Goss  1 months back

              Great video, video's Jeff. This was very helpful to me. What about the difference in effect using free weights vs universal vs dumbbell. Is it better for gains to use free weights vs universal or is universal the best for correct form when you are a beginner.

              • Curtis39 wayne
                Curtis39 wayne  1 months back

                Muscle confusion?

                • TJAnon15
                  TJAnon15  2 months back

                  I love your videos, Jeff. Thank you for your knowledge. You're my favorite trainer and favorite channel for fitness wisdom. God bless you man.

                  • S4h4r4
                    S4h4r4  2 months back

                    Great video. I almost feel like I reached a plataeu and started to incorporate new methods on working out. And these best describes them. Thank you

                    • Epic bottle flips
                      Epic bottle flips  2 months back

                      I'm sorry but is anyone else still clueless on what eccentric training is

                      • John Homes
                        John Homes  2 months back

                        Epic bottle flips https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eccentric_training

                    • Tamer Said
                      Tamer Said  2 months back

                      Jeff addicted 😂❤

                      • Mario Josipović
                        Mario Josipović  2 months back

                        A long video to say nothing. Nice.

                        • ArcanePath360
                          ArcanePath360  2 months back

                          What about combining them in a single workout?
                          EG:
                          Set one: Start light as a warm up
                          Set two: Go heavy to failure, about 6-10 reps
                          Set three: Go a bit lighter to failure
                          Set four: Go very light to get the burn until you can't feel your muscles, then curl up in a ball and die.

                          • Bacawaka
                            Bacawaka  4 weeks back

                            Sounds like my drop set. :)

                        • BigDvsRL
                          BigDvsRL  2 months back

                          Since my Plateau, i use all four tof these^^ and i think its working :)

                          • Thisisnotmyrealname8
                            Thisisnotmyrealname8  2 months back

                            I didn't understand a word you just said.

                            • jeremicao granum
                              jeremicao granum  2 months back

                              Could somebody please explain to me what exactly is meant by eccentric and metabolic?

                              • jeremicao granum
                                jeremicao granum  2 months back

                                @Heith Heithinson ok thank you very much

                              • Heith Heithinson
                                Heith Heithinson  2 months back

                                jeremicao granum youre correct you do have to bring it up first. But yes you could extend the duration of lowering the weight after each rep. Or you could get a partner to help lift the weight to the too and then control it slowly by yourself on the way down.

                              • jeremicao granum
                                jeremicao granum  2 months back

                                @Heith Heithinson so eccentric trainijg consists only out of negatives? Or do you, at the end of each set, focus on bringing the weight down slowly?
                                I ask because i cant understand how even one set could only consist of negatives (as you have to bring the weight up again to perform the 2nd repitition

                              • Heith Heithinson
                                Heith Heithinson  2 months back

                                jeremicao granum eccentric is the negative portion of a lift. For example, when doing a bicep curl, the portion of the lift where you lower the weight back down to the bottom is the eccentric while raising back up is the concentric portion.

                            • Chris Pham
                              Chris Pham  2 months back

                              I tried your biceps workouts and my lady noticed it got bigger within 3 weeks. I noticed that too when she mentioned it. You are a genius...

                              • Jimski UK
                                Jimski UK  2 months back

                                His tips on taking the forearm dominance out of a curl via hand position has helped me a hell of a lot in a short time.

                            • Nigel Hallam - Hallam Hallam Natural Trainer

                              As sore as I am and only one day away from my next progressive session I can’t wait for Jeff to drop the next bomb 💣

                              • nyc now
                                nyc now  3 months back

                                Bruh I have no idea what the hell you're talking about

                                • Andrew Rodriguez
                                  Andrew Rodriguez  3 months back

                                  How do I incorporate all 3 methods into my training?

                                  • Mitchem
                                    Mitchem  3 months back

                                    so in your workout, do you focus on one of the three, like progressive overload, and still include (in a smaller amount) metabolic and eccentrics. or do you do 100% focus of one of the three and then switch them out?

                                    • 1bluegrassbass
                                      1bluegrassbass  3 weeks back

                                      Mitchem I was wondering the same thing. Was you able to find the answer?

                                  • LIONEL KRISHNAY
                                    LIONEL KRISHNAY  3 months back

                                    2019?

                                    • Andrew Enelow
                                      Andrew Enelow  3 months back

                                      This dude has a PhD in gainz

                                      • go figure
                                        go figure  3 months back

                                        I feel ashamed that I didn't understand shit the whole vid , I must be a retard or something who needs to pause the vid at every phrase and take notes

                                        • Eliud Carpiett
                                          Eliud Carpiett  3 months back

                                          What a grea video, thank you Jeff!! Love to see more like his...

                                          • alan mccoll
                                            alan mccoll  3 months back

                                            So I'm sure I've done a metabolic work out alot of times but probably not right and even over working the muscles. I know it is a feel kind of thing but can you show some number comparison between that and body building or strength training. Like you did in your video showing the comparison between different chest training programs. Thank you

                                            • TheRosiebeam
                                              TheRosiebeam  4 months back

                                              One contradiction I'm unable to see past is he promotes volume and frequency but also says that hitting arms 2-3 times a week is a mistake a lot of guys make and it's hurting your gains.. which is it

                                              • Danny Phelps
                                                Danny Phelps  4 months back

                                                Progressive overload is a great way to gain strength, but it doesn’t actually drive hypertrophy itself. Mechanical tension is probably the most important factor of the 3, the other 2 being metabolic stress and muscle damage. It really isn’t that well researched because it’s hard to only have one of those variables at a time though. Either way though, you should mostly just focus on your volume and some progressive overload to get bigger

                                                • idrather. goblind
                                                  idrather. goblind  4 months back

                                                  Im so grateful for you, jeff

                                                  • Sledgehammer 2004
                                                    Sledgehammer 2004  4 months back

                                                    My biceps are sore every time I workout .
                                                    HELP!!!

                                                  • blackcatsarenopussies
                                                    blackcatsarenopussies  4 months back

                                                    The echo of his voice is bouncing multiple times against the walls for maximal result

                                                    • generic generic
                                                      generic generic  4 months back

                                                      Protein farts.

                                                      • Christine Felice
                                                        Christine Felice  4 months back

                                                        DUCKING THE JAB

                                                        • Fußball Live
                                                          Fußball Live  4 months back

                                                          I am not born in America so my english is limited please try to use simpels Words cuz i can t say that i understand what you told us ,i got the first part but the rest sound like an Doctor speaking to a pacient

                                                          • Bill Joseph
                                                            Bill Joseph  5 months back

                                                            Are you referencing the eccentric with a weight at someone's 1rm or less??

                                                            • Samay Govindaraju
                                                              Samay Govindaraju  5 months back

                                                              Thanks

                                                              • hektik
                                                                hektik  5 months back

                                                                Only thing you didn't talk about his often a person should be cycling through these methods. I'd assume either every 3 weeks which is generally how often lifters change their routine, or, simply when you start hitting plateaus

                                                                • Legit Jj
                                                                  Legit Jj  6 months back

                                                                  This man is a god damn god

                                                                  • Ritesh Nahavre
                                                                    Ritesh Nahavre  7 months back

                                                                    Can Anyone Plzz Tell me what Ecentric Means I mean what type of training is that i do not know

                                                                    • Ronald Wilkins
                                                                      Ronald Wilkins  6 months back

                                                                      To me it basically means slowing down the negative or lowering part of the exercise and/or pushing past concentric muscle failure with assisted or cheat reps.

                                                                  • Phal Redenferd
                                                                    Phal Redenferd  7 months back

                                                                    There is only one way to grow muscles faster really, and that’s steroids.

                                                                    • Ken Nard
                                                                      Ken Nard  7 months back

                                                                      Great knowledge right here

                                                                      • Berto Casillas
                                                                        Berto Casillas  7 months back

                                                                        Challenge accepted 😠

                                                                        • ch. rough habit
                                                                          ch. rough habit  7 months back

                                                                          only sir jeff

                                                                          • keosbay stnicholas
                                                                            keosbay stnicholas  7 months back

                                                                            Great insight, appreciate your Chanel Jeff always picking up top tips from you. = more 💪

                                                                            • empbac
                                                                              empbac  7 months back

                                                                              It feels good to be sore in the muscles. Why would people not want that after working out?

                                                                              • Robyz Seven
                                                                                Robyz Seven  8 months back

                                                                                I will have to watch this video 200 times so i can understand half of what hes saying