How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says) | my plan connection | أحدث الأغاني التايلاندية

How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says) – معلومات الموسيقى التايلاندية

شاهد المزيد من الأغاني التايلاندية هنا: شاهد المزيد من الأغاني الرائعة هنا.

my plan connection – المعلومات المتعلقة بهذا الموضوع.

Go to  to take back your Internet privacy TODAY and find out how you can get 3 months free.

MASS (Monthly Research Review)

‣ Only $25/month (pre-paid yearly)

Watch my last video on the mind muscle connection:

See also  OnCourse Layout | fredonia oncourse | أحدث الأغاني التايلاندية

——————————-

Help SUPPORT the channel by:

1. Trying one of my training programs: →

2. Buying my channel merch:

3. Checking out what my sponsors have to offer:

▹ MASS (Monthly Research Review)

‣ Only $25/month (pre-paid yearly)

▹ PEScience Supplements

‣ Use discount code JEFF to save $$

▹ RISE Training Gear and Sportwear

‣ Use discount code JEFF to save 10%

▹ Body-Analyser Weight and Bodyfat % Scale

‣ Use the above link to save 60% off!

——————————-

Follow me on social media:

INSTAGRAM ‣
SNAPCHAT ‣
FACEBOOK ‣
TWITTER ‣
PODCAST ‣ The Jeff Nippard Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher

See also  اغنية boy with love بدون موسيقى معقوله هيج الاغنية بدون تأثيرات؟ | موسيقى | أحدث الأغاني التايلاندية

——————————-

SOURCES:

Scientific References:

Main study discussed:

Others:

MUSIC
‣ Lakey Inspired – Going Up

Filmed and edited by me and Rashaun R using Final Cut Pro X and Sony A6500

Rashaun’s YouTube:

——————————-

About me: I’m a Canadian natural pro bodybuilder and internationally-qualified powerlifter with a BSc in biochemistry/chemistry and a passion for science. I’ve been training for 12 years drug-free. 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.

See also  Elevator Music - 1 hour | موسيقى | أحدث الأغاني التايلاندية

Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring this video.

يمكنك العثور على مزيد من المعلومات حول الأغاني من مختلف البلدان حول العالم هنا.: شاهد المزيد من الأغاني الرائعة هنا

How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says) | الصور المتعلقة بهذا الموضوع.

How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says)
How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says)

البحث المتعلق بالموضوع my plan connection.

#MindMuscle #Connection #Growth #Science.

How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says).

my plan connection.

vlog,vlogger,iifym,science,bodybuilding,legs,arms,chest,back,fit couple,build muscle,jeff nippard,christian guzman,summer shredding,lean,ripped,abs,diet,lose weight,fat,fitness,flex,biceps,shredded,gymshark,alphalete,physique,motivation,natural bodybuilding,canadian,mind muscle connection,myth buster,jeff nippard mythbuster,myth bust monday

ขشكرا جزيلا لمشاهدة هذه الاغنية لك.

45 thoughts on “How To Use The Mind-Muscle Connection for Growth (What The Science Says) | my plan connection | أحدث الأغاني التايلاندية”

  1. good analysis and interesting conclusions. seems true that is difficult to activate the neuromuscular connection of several muscles in complex lifts but i’ll try to do it. maybe there is some gains waiting to be unlock

    Reply
  2. Ppl confuse this shit. Basically it’s just focusing on squeezing the muscle or muscles you’re working. You do that and you’re using proper form as long as you’re in a comfortable position. To me that’s all it is bc it works for me, find your own meaning that works for you, f everybody else’s meaning.

    Reply
  3. Of course,it is very important to focus on the body parts being trained. Focus is so important,not only in exercise,but also in all aspects in life!!!! Like the wise men say, whatever you focus on grows!!!

    All these 'research'(!) take 'random' guys,that might not have any practice of how to 'connect' the mind with the muscles' and not lifting weight,and do the research. Stupidity. Mind muscle connection is also a 'practice'. One has to train oneself to get better at it. No wonder,great people like Arnold talked about 'muscle-mind' connection!

    Btw,it is easier to focus on the Biceps than Quads(at least for me)……I also have difficulty focusing on the whole body if I don't close my eyes!!!! So,it makes sense that Biceps will grow more due to focus!

    Reply
  4. I think you’re overlooking the fact that just focusing on “getting the weight up” on bicep curls means they may use their delts, but when squeezing the bicep it’s better isolation

    Reply
  5. 27 isn't enough people to find accurate results. The "squeeze" group could simply have had better bicep genetics than the "get it up" group.

    Reply
  6. That’s not the point you’re overthinking it and over explaining it. When you are first starting out you you want to learn mind muscle connection so you don’t injure yourself. And once you perfect mind muscle connection it becomes second nature. There is no debate here. If you work out your calf muscles you’re not gonna grow muscle in your biceps. I personally had a hard time growing my chest. But weren’t once I I got the mind muscle connection in my packs not only did they grow but I was able to move more weight and all jokes aside I could make my pics pop, which is silly but it really was a sign of true mind muscle connection.

    Reply
  7. I got one better – focusing on relaxing the antagonist muscle, you will have to almost double your weight to feel strong targeted muscle contraction after that. There’s a study somewhere on how 90% of humans don’t have proper muscle balance the way animals do. I think that’s why mind-muscle activation works – you focus too much on the targeted muscle and sooner or later the opposite muscle will let go. I mainly use this concept in MMA but it feels amazing when lifting as well.

    Reply
  8. Why do the variables need to be mutually exclusive? Why not focus on proper ROM and form while ensuring muscle concentration internally. Keep the ego in check while having a priority on the aforementioned variables in addition to progressive overload.

    Reply
  9. Interesting how you never compare mind muscle connection to lifting explosively. Comparing a concentric focus Pendlay row to an eccentric mind muscle connection Yates row would answer that question.

    Reply
  10. This is the type of video where Jeff gives up objectivity by relying too much on studies. You don’t need a 10 year study comparing people who try to squeeze their muscles to people who don’t to determine if a mind muscle connection is beneficial. It’s obviously the case that if you’re trying to build a certain muscle group with an exercise, you need to make sure you are actually targeting that muscle with the exercise, and not compensatory muscles. You should take external advice on learning proper form, but even then you still have to make sure you are feeling the exercise in the muscles you are trying to work out.

    Reply
  11. Not Busted. The brain is the central processor. Makes sense (bro science) call it what you will – but it doesnt take a rocket scientist to figure that the brain tells the body what to do. Nonetheless, Jeff’s got us covered with the research. With large compound movements I’d say not max weight, controllable weight with M&M connection may be more beneficial. There are so many variables we cant exactly factor.. in the end, the mind is the most important muscle.

    Reply
  12. Mind muscle connection is simple just squeeze the muscle you want to get mind muscle connection with like crazy and itll start burning. Now you feel your muscle and can put some weight up. This is how i did it in the beginning just squeeze my bicep like crazy and then i started feeling the muscle.

    Reply
  13. A single body part in a single limited study confirms a general theory? It seems like such a stretch. I was hoping for something more educational and convincing one way or another.

    Reply
  14. Here is the deal. I think giving a cue for a movement, with relation to mind muscle connection, can help someone focus on how to better perform the movement with relation to the target muscle. Example: when doing a seated row with a row bar, about shoulder width apart…. many people may focus on their hands and grip, and pull with their biceps. Sure, they are moving the weight in the end, and will see results in back development over time. However, show them the anatomy of the back muscles involved and insertion on the humerus, if you do the same movement, but have them pretend that their hands are merely hooks, forget about your hands, think about pulling your elbows back, and minimize bicep involvement, YOU GET A WHOLE DIFFERENT FEEL. Someone who is less trained will get a soreness in their back and lats, they haven't had in the past. Just small tweaks in the thought process, did possibly change the arc motion of the movement for them, so they performed the exercise in a different way. The cues, and mind muscle connection are real. The cues try to get you to perform the exercise in the best way for YOU to experience the best from the exercise. I don't see the issue with lower extremities, because I can give cues on the squat so that you focus on the quads. Mainly dealing with force placement in the feet, and torso angles, and what to think about when pressing through the floor. How much experience do these people conducting these tests have with actual lifting in the real world, that qualified them to even give proper cues. You have to actually touch some people, and touch their muscle that you are wanting them to focus with that cue, so they can get an accurate representation of what you need them to do. You see trainers doing this all the time with pro bodybuilders.

    Reply

Leave a Comment