How To Get Strong Fast
How To Get Strong Fast
Many people want to build strength quickly for sports, their health, or their looks. Fitness expert Dan Roberts demonstrates an exercise that combines three different weight lifting techniques that will help anyone gain strength quickly and efficiently.
If you're looking to get strong fast, there's two things you need to work on. You need to make sure you're eating well, high protein, quite high carb diet to help your muscles recover and grow, and you need to train right. Training right means picking the right exercises and then doing them the right way.
It also means doing them intensely, really pushing yourself. You can do the best exercises in the world, good technique, good flow, but if you're not really pushing yourself, you're not going to get strong fast. What I'm going to show you today is a combination exercise.
We're going to do something that looks a bit like power lifting, but a bit slower. It's like a slow version of a cleaning press. It's working the entire body and it's going to get you very strong, very fast.
Let me show you first a few reps, then I'll explain it. So you might have seen that I'm actually combining three classical weight lifting moves in one movement. The first part is the dead lift, the stiff leg dead lift.
It works your glutes, your hamstrings, your lower back. It'll be abs, it'll get your calves, it's a great little exercise. Next, I was doing the upright row - fantastic exercise for your shoulders, all around your traps, your rhomboids, your delts, all working hard.
Finally, I was flicking it. I'm going into the military press, or shoulder press, essentially. This builds up more size in the shoulders, particularly the front and the middle.
So, pretty much I'm working the entire body. Even my chest is helping out, all the muscles are helping out because it's quite a complicated movement. Do this exercise every other day, maybe four, five sets, ten reps, and you'll see a difference.
You'll get strong very fast. Many people want to build strength quickly for sports, their health, or their looks. Fitness expert Dan Roberts demonstrates an exercise that combines three different weight lifting techniques that will help anyone gain strength quickly and efficiently.