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TOP 5 WORST EXERCISES (Stop Doing These!!)
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Any exercise can become the worst exercise if you perform it incorrectly. That said, certain exercises deserve the title of the \”worst exercise ever\” simply because of the low reward, high risk nature of it. In this video, I show 5 of the worst exercises for building muscle and what you can do instead.
Each of the exercises listed in this video is included because of the high risk low reward that it offers. As a physical therapist and strength coach for professional athletes, I have to know where to draw the line between the two. If a quarterback or pitcher of mine wants to do max overhead snatches, I’m going to tell them it’s a bad idea. Why? Because there are other ways to train upper body explosiveness without jeopardizing their career on one fatigued or poorly performed rep.
The 5 worst exercises in this video are as follows:
1. Chest flies I’ve covered before why this is here. People will swear that they love the stretch they get on their pecs by doing this exercise. If you claim you never heard that argument, then you haven’t spent enough time in the gym. They also claim that the adduction at the end of the movement gives them an incredible contraction on their chest. They’re half right. There is no extra stretch on the pecs but they do increase the likelihood of injuring their pec with increasing loads held out at arms length. See the 3D crossover as a smarter (and better) option that you can overload even more and still get the benefits of the end contraction.
2. Behind the neck shoulder presses The problem with this exercise is that it is bad for the shoulders. It places the glenohumeral joint in an awkward position for pressing, which can lead to impingement. Pressing from the natural scapular plane is much more natural and will allow you to press more weight overhead in the long run, leading to bigger shoulders.
3. Upright Rows I’ve already discussed just how bad this exercise is for the integrity and health of the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder. What makes this shoulder exercise one of the worst is the position of the elbows and hands at the end of the movement. The exercise puts your shoulders into a provocative position for testing impingement. Instead, you want your elbows below your hands (as in the high pull) to still get the benefits of the abduction of the shoulders without the internal rotation.
4. Good Mornings This is actually not a terrible exercise for your back as it loads the entire kinetic chain in a functional way. The problem is that most people don’t have the necessary thoracic extension to pull it off with proper form. One slip up from here with the load positioned out in front of the body as it is, and you’re likely to slip something else…a disc in your lower back.
5. Leg Extensions This is a no brainer for me. This open chain leg exercise lacks any true function when compared to the numerous closed chain options you can be doing instead. Throw in the shear stresses, ACL tension, lack of hamstring cocontraction, and the imbalance of rectus to VMO firing and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.
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The Fastest Way To Blow Up Your Bench Press (4 Science-Based Steps) + Sample Program
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When it comes to the bench press, there are 4 things you can start doing right away that will have an immediate impact on your max strength.
Step 1: Fix your bar path (the path the bar takes when viewed from the side).
To maximize strength on the bench press you should be pressing the bar BACK toward your face and then UP, not just straight up. This back and up technique will also strengthen the pecs more, since it emphasizes horizontal shoulder adduction over shoulder flexion at the toughest points in the press.
Data from Dr. Thomas McLaughlin found that while most benchers did correctly bring the bar down and slightly forward in a smooth arc on the descent, only elite level benchers drove the bar back and then up, whereas novice lifters tended to press the bar straight up first, and then slightly back.
Putting this into practice, I’d recommend filming your sets from the side to get a close look at your bar path… you can use an app like Iron Path or Dartfish to track this easily. If you’re pressing the bar straight up, make a conscious effort to press the bar back first, and then up. This might feel a bit awkward at first. You want to get to a point where it feels natural. I cue this by thinking about pushing the floor away from me while I simultaneously drive the bar back and up off my chest.
Step 2: Grip the Bar Wider
Wherever you’re currently gripping the bar, try gradually easing your grip out by about 1 finger’s width every workout over the next few weeks. Most of the world’s top benchers press with a max legal grip width, with the index fingers all the way out to the grip rings, although this may not be comfortable for everyone.
Tip 3: Bench Press More Often
The next step is to simply bench press more frequently. I think that benching 3 times per week will be the sweet spot for most people. For example, running with a set up like this, we would focus on hypertrophy on Day 1 with sets of 8 reps, power on day two with lighter speed work, and then strength work on day 3, with heavy sets of 5.
Monday: Bench 1 x 2 (RPE9), 2 x 8 (RPE7)
Wednesday: Bench 4 x 3 (RPE6) (press the bar explosively off the chest)
Friday: Pause bench 3 x 5 (2second pause) (RPE8)
Step 4: Add Heavy Top Sets Before Volume Work
Top sets are a great way to get comfortable with lifting heavy weight on a regular basis which will improve confidence in your ability to lift heavier without frying your recovery. I’d recommending adding one heavy top set somewhere around 90 percent of your 1 rep max for 2 to 3 reps before backing off and doing your main work for that day. You only need to do this once a week, ideally before your lightest lifting day.
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About me: I’m a Canadian natural pro bodybuilder and internationallyqualified powerlifter with a BSc in biochemistry/chemistry and a passion for science. I’ve been training for 12 years drugfree. I’m 5’5 and fluctuate between 160 lbs (lean) and 180 lbs (bulked).
Disclaimers: Jeff Nippard is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before starting any exercise program. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Jeff Nippard will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.
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