He Lost All His Muscle In 100 Days

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  • čas přidán 16. 01. 2023

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  • Nasty1x -XAIN-
    Nasty1x -XAIN- Před 10 dny +66916

    At least muscle memory is a thing

    • basic meme
      basic meme Před hodinou

      ​@Nasty1x -XAIN- muscle memory affects strength not size

    • basic meme
      basic meme Před hodinou

      Doesn't affect muscle size. Does affect strength

    • wes moore
      wes moore Před 4 hodinami

      @Blackhammer FTW so since he worked out for 15 years it’ll only take 14 to get it back

    • PKperformance
      PKperformance Před 8 hodinami

      Bullshit video you can't lose muscle if you have the genetics if you don't you suck

    • Strong Bad
      Strong Bad Před 16 hodinami

      @assiaisin degyara cells can only get so big. More tears = more muscle needed to accommodate the damage. That mass needs to come from somewhere, so they convert surrounding cells to make do.
      It's a limited process though and the reason why there's genetic limits to natural lifters.

  • Lxihx
    Lxihx Před 5 dny +12717

    He never skipped his leg days what a legend

    • unity unity
      unity unity Před 8 hodinami

      12k likes and 15 comments - I can help with that

    • Nikos
      Nikos Před dnem

      But he definitely skipped the toenail clipping days

    • Mr Devil
      Mr Devil  Před dnem

      @Lxihx Yeah im that guy 😓✋

    • Lxihx
      Lxihx Před dnem +1

      @Mr Devil some people just want to watch the world burn

    • Mr Devil
      Mr Devil  Před dnem

      11k likes 11 comments let me make it a 12

  • Ghost
    Ghost Před 5 dny +8293

    Bro sounds so chill even tho he tore his muscle 💀

    • 帥哥Morris
      帥哥Morris Před dnem

      They comes back really quickly since u didn't really lost the muscle it's just the blood inside the muscles

    • I don't know Anything
      I don't know Anything Před 2 dny

      ​@manofculture4938 yes I believe muscle cramps hurt more

    • Ghost
      Ghost Před 2 dny +1

      Man there’s a whole convo in my dms 😭 I was jk everyone chillll😂

    • Man of Culture
      Man of Culture Před 2 dny +1

      It doesnt hurt as much as you think.
      It hurts a lot but not like you'd expect and I am talking from experience.

    • Cafelogis
      Cafelogis Před 3 dny

      ​@Azriel MV I fucking hope so...

  • Gobiscout
    Gobiscout Před 4 dny +528

    Won’t even take 90 days, he’ll be back to normal in 60

  • Steve Scruby
    Steve Scruby Před dnem +30

    Dude he will be back to where he was SO quickly, it’s not going to be anything to worry about. I hope his recovery is complete!

  • Timothy Tusick
    Timothy Tusick Před 5 dny +50

    I went thru a similar experience fighting cancer and it sucks losing all your muscle and having to gain it back, but I will say that the body remembers the strength that it’s had before and it will get back to it quicker than the first time. So if for whatever reason you’re not able to train, or youre sick, or maybe you’ve lost motivation for a long period and lost it all, don’t be discouraged because your body remembers and it wants to be fit again, AKA muscle memory. And this gives you an opportunity to start from scratch, so not only do you have muscle memory on your side, you’re now equipped with all the knowledge you’ve gained from the first time you built your physique. So when you build your physique the second time, you now know what works for you, what you like, what your strengths and weaknesses were the first time, etc. I’ve lost my physique completely, but I gained it back and looked way better than before.

    • Timothy Gianni  Frank Emanuele Waterhouse jr
      Timothy Gianni Frank Emanuele Waterhouse jr Před dnem

      Well that's two guys called Timothy who've had their muscles messed up by cancer, it really is horrible, it just becomes hard to eat 3 meals a day and working out is basically impossible, even when it was stage 1, it was damn near impossible, even a year after recovery I still notice the remnants of what it left me with and working outs nowhere easy as it was and that's insane to say for an 18 year old. But ultimately I assume we both came back stronger and pushed through anyway. Salute to you brother

  • Joel The Entertainer!
    Joel The Entertainer! Před 2 dny +9

    He can get it back better and stronger after a injury. Reminded me of my broken leg injury.

  • Brett Mannigel
    Brett Mannigel Před 2 dny

    I feel for this guy. Just when I was starting to get into working out consistently I learned of an issue with a nerve in my elbow and needed surgery. Had same exact brace as him. Worst part was at the same time I had a bad hamstring injury I played through at end of soccer season. Still in recovery from both and starting band work on my noodle arm as a part of therapy.

  • George Sebastian
    George Sebastian Před 3 dny +823

    If you've been working out for a very long time, you just sneeze and just like that you're back

    • Dirty
      Dirty Před 2 hodinami

      ​@Masa masa if you weigh 50kg your abs dont count

    • MM7
      MM7 Před 4 hodinami

      Definitely getting abs when I have a bad cold

    • Vee
      Vee Před 6 hodinami +1

      ​@Masa masa I found it different for me, but I'm a woman who goes to pilates every day. I spent a long time restricting and losing, had abs and a thigh gap, and then 3 weeks of letting go and not going to pilates, bam I'm fat again (went from bmi 20 to bmi 24). It's really easy to gain weight and definition for some of us if we're not careful

    • Masa masa
      Masa masa Před dnem +7

      @cTG really tho. I used to train religiously two years ago, but stopped do to losing all motivation and discipline. I did lose weight and strength, but my aesthetics stayed fairly consistent over the years, keeping my abs without even crunching once within those years. I have started working out again, and hope I can get bigger than before.

    • George Sebastian
      George Sebastian Před dnem +2

      @cTG not so much either when your body acquires muscles over training, it takes little to spring back... The difference is the bigger you are, the more noticeable the loss will be...

  • juaniusm
    juaniusm Před 3 dny +206

    The interesting thing about the human body is that even when one side of the body is injured, you can still train the other side of the body and the injured side will still have progress or will maintain its size or strength. That's why it's never recommended to stop training a muscle group all together but to train the uninjured side still; it will prevent atrophy and loss of strength on the injured side.
    Edit: I mentioned here the word "progress" when, in reality, I shouldn't have. I should have said that training an uninjured limb will help in preventing the injured limb to lose muscle or strength. But this depends on the length of time the limb is not training of course, the type of injury, and the person. My apologies for confusing anyone!

    • juaniusm
      juaniusm Před 8 hodinami +1

      @Conner Young I guess I had poor choice of words with that part. You're right about the progress and I am not sure why I said that. I guess i was just thinking fast. I'm sorry that I made it confusing for everyone.
      But it is true that when you train an uninjured limb, the injured limb won't lose as much muscle or strength if you were to just stop training a muscle group completely.
      There are a lot of factors to consider, as to how long the limb isn't being trained, the type of training, the intensity, and so on. There are recent study articles that you can view that talks more in depth about this topic.
      At the end of the day, it's still better to train one side of the body if you can't use the other side for a certain period of time than to completely stop training. 😄

    • Conner Young
      Conner Young Před 8 hodinami

      @@juaniusm That isn't what you said though. You said you would even see progress with the injured side, and you won't. Nor will you prevent atrophy by doing so.

    • Paoloh
      Paoloh Před 12 hodinami

      Don't do that. You'll ruin your balance that way and probably get injured once you start training both sides again.
      Also if you tear a muscle in one arm, it's very possible that your other arm is about to get injured as well. So all in all it's wise to take some time off. You can regain lost muscle in no time.

    • juaniusm
      juaniusm Před dnem +2

      @DoubleStyx yes of course it is better to directly train a muscle but it's still helpful to know that when injured, training the uninjured side will help in preventing a greater amount of atrophy and loss of strength.

    • Mr. Deano
      Mr. Deano Před dnem +2

      ​@juaniusm is that possible?

  • Sam Sant
    Sam Sant Před 2 dny

    I’ve had a nerve injury affecting the left side of my upper body for 9 months now and managed to maintain a decent amount of muscle mass, not this bad despite still significant wastage.
    I’m finally seeing a surgeon next week (took so long because it’s a 1 in 100,000 condition that was finally just diagnosed).
    Good luck to him, will be interesting to see how long it takes!

  • joe cunningham
    joe cunningham Před hodinou

    Tore my ACL for a 2nd time in 2021, and that's when I found out how quickly muscular atrophy can really set in. Took 2 weeks for my quad to essentially disappear. A year and a half after surgery and I'm still trying to get that mass back

  • Ascard
    Ascard Před 3 dny +1

    Muscle memory is crazy! I had a colon disease and was in the hospital for one month and could almost eat nothing because of my colon. I was 80kg and pretty muscular, after one month in hospital almost without being able to move and eat, I got down to 63kg... I lost all muscles and looked like a stick! After getting better and out of the hospital, I ate a TON of protein and calories and got back to 75kg in just 3 months and had all my muscles back with even more defined muscles and that with just light training🙌🏻

  • Big Dawg
    Big Dawg Před 9 dny +18258

    Now we get to see how muscle memory really works

    • Miguel F
      Miguel F Před dnem

      I’m willing to bet anything he didn’t loose 10kg of muscle in only 3 months when it took him probably like 5 years to gain all of that, but muscle memory will take care of it. If he did loose 10kg of muscle in 3 months (again, probably not even half of that) it should only take about a month for him to get it back. He won’t be needing 90 days. Muscle memory works about 3 times faster to recover or regain muscle lost.

    • Papa pronator
      Papa pronator Před 2 dny

      @Toda Ogunbanwo haha.

    • Toda Ogunbanwo
      Toda Ogunbanwo Před 2 dny

      ​@Papa pronator androgen receptors entered chat

    • Papa pronator
      Papa pronator Před 3 dny

      @Dovy R that doesn’t mean the common terminology slang used is correct lol.

    • Dovy R
      Dovy R Před 3 dny

      ​@Papa pronator ever heard of a concept called common terminology?

  • I garfed on the carpet
    I garfed on the carpet Před 5 dny +266

    “ah i finally recovered from tearing my bicep”
    “oh good well anyway let’s get your arm back to being thick my man”

  • Tyler Gash
    Tyler Gash Před dnem

    I’ve taken two to three breaks periodically in the past two years and I haven’t lost much strength. Muscle memory will aid in gaining the mass back. It isn’t as crazy as he’s making it seem

  • Esmeralda Padron
    Esmeralda Padron Před 2 dny

    My husband was really big and muscular. Had a 6 year history with fitness. We met at the gym married etc. COVID happened he stopped going to the gym while I, pregnant kept working out. Late 2022 rolls and he throws in 2 maybe three workouts a week, skipping weeks at a time. The amount of muscle he has gained back doing almost nothing is insane…while me, I have gained muscle but it’s taken years and working out way harder than he has!

  • Hoang MVP
    Hoang MVP Před 2 dny

    “He lost all his muscle in 100 days”
    Lol. Never underestimate body recomp and muscle memory. I completely quit gym for 3 years and after 4 months of training, I get back all what I lost.

  • Rory Wescombe
    Rory Wescombe Před 8 dny +19571

    Bro just started talking to the camera whilst his friends bicep is torn💀

    • Thiago
      Thiago Před 8 hodinami

      @Vojtěch Rozek it wouldn't make sense, unless the guy tore his biceps to make the video, how would this guy be prepared to do such a scripted comment otherwise? It's clearly a joke

    • Vojtěch Rozek
      Vojtěch Rozek Před 8 hodinami

      @Thiago check closely his biceps when it tore. Looks real

    • Error_sans
      Error_sans Před 3 dny

      ​@lior it's a joke

    • Mahesh Bibe
      Mahesh Bibe Před 3 dny

      @Ethertask Sebastian lmfao

    • Ethertask Sebastian
      Ethertask Sebastian Před 3 dny +1

      @Mahesh Bibe bro can't do SHEESH anymore 💀

  • Basement_Trickster
    Basement_Trickster Před dnem

    Can't wait to see the video.
    I'll never take prowrestlers especially after injury for granted again. 😭 It's hard enough just keeping that physic. But then having to train to not only be of that size again but to rebuild their stamina and endurance again is super admirable.

  • Healthy Healings
    Healthy Healings Před 3 dny

    I feel you bro! Over summer I had more spine surgery, was in hospital for a month, you can only imagine how much weight and muscle I lost 😡!! It sucks!!!! Apple juice and graham crackers won’t keep the muscle on! Lol

  • Abdullah
    Abdullah Před 19 hodinami

    To be faking honest dude still looks in good shape even after 100 days losing 10 kg of muscle he still looks good,it wonttake him too much time to get back better like he was first because of muscle memory and secondly motivation is always there

  • Crackernut J
    Crackernut J Před dnem +36

    The Waffle house has spoken.Phase 2 initiated

    • Core Defect
      Core Defect Před 18 hodinami +2

      The Waffle House part 2: UNCHAINED

  • Thefacelessman 27
    Thefacelessman 27 Před 13 hodinami

    I broke my hand about a month ago. Can't wait to get back to the gym. I feel your pain bro. :(

  • alfie singleton
    alfie singleton Před 2 dny

    I had a similar thing, it threw me off and I didn't get back in to training for 6 years after 3 years of lifting. After a few months of training the muscle and strength came back so fast

  • King Kooki
    King Kooki Před dnem

    there's like no change, but this is showing how disordered my brain is. i was thinking about that happening to me and i was genuinely stressed, but there's literally nothing wrong and hardly any difference.

  • Chris Marston
    Chris Marston Před 5 dny

    This happened to me in a way. Life got stressful and I didn’t have time for the gym and when I finally did I had lost all the motivation to go. I lost 10-15 pounds in 7 months and had no muscle definition. I had been on my 5th year of lifting when I stopped and only took 7 months to be almost back to the weight I started at

  • Remedie X
    Remedie X Před 5 dny

    I've had 2 surgeries preventing me from using an arm and a leg for a year as I relearned how to use them and slowly gained movement again. Prior, I worked hard to eat and exercise daily so I could reach 145 as a 5'8 dude, but I lost it all and got down to 125. I still eat 3 meals a day with the 2k caloric goal, but ig my metabolism is hyperspeed or something. Anyways, I just gave up and stayed there for about a year as I focused on other things. Now, I'm trying to eat more again and exercise, but I won't deny it's frustrating. Thankfully, I have support from my gf who's been there from the beginning. Gaining weight can be very difficult, maintaining it can be another problem as well. Respect to this guy for trying his best to not lose his gains.

  • Alizée Maton
    Alizée Maton Před 5 dny

    I feel him! i broke my leg a month and a half ago and when they removed my cast, it was hillarious. I have very muscular calves and my left one was just GONE. Its been a week that i can kinda walk again but muscle memory is crazy. I already gained some muscles back and i hope it will balance out cause my right leg got significantly more muscular now

  • gflo4sho
    gflo4sho Před dnem

    It’s hard man😂. I tore my ACL and I lost so much muscle mass in my left leg but also the rest of my body since I stopped working out. I’m 6 weeks post surgery and I’m starting to workout again so hopefully I can gain something back

  • Codename
    Codename Před 2 dny +112

    Bro tore his bicep to do this experiment for us. You earn my respect!
    *Respect theme plays in the background*

  • Tbr Lanchelot
    Tbr Lanchelot Před 6 dny +3971

    "Okay, so he just tore his biceps off."

    • Tbr Lanchelot
      Tbr Lanchelot Před 3 dny +1

      @NK yes its obvious but the skit is funny

    • NK
      NK Před 3 dny

      How can you idiots even in the replies not see that it's two layered videos with one on a green screen on top of a workout recording capturing the original incident

    • Mr. Voidz
      Mr. Voidz Před 4 dny +2

      Didn't he just edit himself talking into the vid?

    • CallMeAussie
      CallMeAussie Před 4 dny +1

      @Tbr Lanchelot looked like a green screen

    • Michael Ric
      Michael Ric Před 4 dny +2

      @Josiah Maloney yes

  • ShadteR
    ShadteR Před dnem

    Last month, playing soccer i tore cartilage on my knee, I had to go into surgery and ive lost 15 pounds of muscle so far. My leg is the smallest its ever been. Somehow though, that only motivates me to recover faster and get back to where I was and further. I'm already 3 weeks ahead of where I should be in the recovery process and I plan to get the largest legs I naturally can.

  • Nako
    Nako Před 5 hodinami

    With dedication like that he will be back up in no time!

  • creativemind26 los
    creativemind26 los Před 4 dny

    I'm on the same journey tore my bicep tendon, finally starting to workout slowly I'll make a video soon as well. Good luck on the recovery

  • Clique Community
    Clique Community Před 2 dny

    Super interesting. I had heart surgery nearly 3 months ago as a fit 19 year old and it hasn’t been easy coming to terms with all the muscle loss and fat gain 🥲
    But I can finally start doing active things again and I’m fucking excited

  • AntonioDucc
    AntonioDucc Před 6 dny +1769

    bro is still more fit than me 💀

    • Ben Serkowski
      Ben Serkowski Před 3 dny

      @Name it’s actually a lot or lose when you have done it everyday for the rest of your life

    • Name
      Name Před 4 dny

      His body barley changed lol

    • Trensetter
      Trensetter Před 4 dny

      ​@AntonioDucc ahhh the typical loser that blames his genes. Dude be quiet. I got diabetes type 1, Asthma and i am ill every month for a week. I am still 1,74m 82kg with abs

    • AntonioDucc
      AntonioDucc Před 4 dny +3

      @Klaedoe my genetics aren't good lmao, I can never seem to gain or lose weight

    • barnie woodward
      barnie woodward Před 4 dny +17

      @Klaedoewhy’s that so hard to believe😂 most people ain’t athletic

  • hunny Puppy
    hunny Puppy Před 5 dny

    Happened to me too, when I tore my acl. Really depressing having to do exercises to regain strength and muscl mass/weight as my right leg, also changed the way I walk now whenever something is slightly wrong

  • Dustin Bryant
    Dustin Bryant Před 5 dny

    I am looking forward to seeing the recovery because I’m going through this myself right now.

  • Fayan
    Fayan Před 3 dny

    Dislocated my knee 6 months ago. Couldn't use my leg for weeks and lost enough muscle on the leg that I couldn't lift it by myself. Had to use my hands to pick it up and put it down. I've begun to work out and gained some of the muscle back, but it's its still slimmer than the other one. At least I can walk normally. I hope I'll be able to run and jump in the near future.

  • Neftali Herrera
    Neftali Herrera Před dnem

    I'm also gonna point out he probably lost mass in his injured arm because he tore the bicep, I don't think they clarified if the bicep was fully detached but definitely too much damage, some was lost when they tried to put it back together etc.

  • Grayson Stidham
    Grayson Stidham Před 5 dny +1291

    Moral of the story. Working out is a never ending battle

    • Oye Hoye
      Oye Hoye Před dnem

      @Dan Danger unlike you, I'm giving reason behind my point

    • Nemesis86
      Nemesis86 Před 2 dny

      This is exaggerated for views I didn't lose all my muscle after getting lazy with it during covid and being furloughed and taking a year and a half off, so some guy ain't gunna lose 100% in 3 and a half months, unless he was in a massive caloric defecit, he would lose some yeah and mainly alot of strength but not even close to 100%unless he was starving himself

    • mrslimz_lz
      mrslimz_lz Před 2 dny

      ​@Oye Hoye do pushups

    • Dan Danger
      Dan Danger Před 2 dny

      ​@Oye Hoye fatherless mindset

    • Mayuri Kurotsuchi
      Mayuri Kurotsuchi Před 2 dny

      Just for clarity; this is one of the few that looked like a natural cut, but his workout was clearly focused on defining (toning/cutting) those muscles (just look at the squared edges of his pects lol). I'd like to see the empirical data gathering afterwards to focus more on loss of strength rather than "loss of muscle". I don't think actual strength (think of farmers) dissipates that fast?

  • Blake
    Blake Před dnem

    He was also carb-dependent, which is highly catabolic after no stimuli. If he was fat adapted, or a fat burner, not only would his basal health be better, but he would have muscle-sparing factors with not that much need for super high protein.

  • Dylan Cook
    Dylan Cook Před 2 dny

    Tore my bicep not too long ago didn’t stop me from hitting upper body with just one arm it really helps a lot

  • MR Khc
    MR Khc Před 3 dny +4

    I lost a bunch of mouscle cause i was sick for a few weeks and it honestly really hit me i didnt even want to work out anymore but i decided to just do it and got it back hella fast so alhamdullilah for that im praying the same happens to you brother

    • Alisha Rahman
      Alisha Rahman Před 3 dny

      Alhamdulillah. Before u work out make it an act of ibadah. Rectify ur intentions and say to urself ur doing it to please Allah, to keep the body He gave u as an amanah healthy and fit.

  • Limo-swine
    Limo-swine Před 3 dny

    If he fully recovered then he should be able to get back all he's lost within a couple of weeks. Pretty easy to gain back muscle after injury layoffs.

  • SCOTT Grant
    SCOTT Grant Před 7 dny +2481

    I was in the peak shape of my life when I left the USMC. Less than a month later I was hit by a truck going 45mph while I was on foot. The only reason I survived is because the truck had enough clearance to go over my body without dragging me. I spent three months in the hospital and had three years of surgeries to finally repair my shattered pelvis properly. That meant I spent most of those three years in a bed. I'm kind of a shell of my former self and yet I'm as close to 100% as I'll ever be.
    I used to love working out but all this shit made me lose that drive. I hope I can find it again

    • Adira
      Adira Před 2 dny

      Dude you're strong af now mentally i bet!

    • Aidan .C
      Aidan .C Před 2 dny +1

      Thank you for your service and I pray you return to full strength in Jesus Name. You can do it.

    • Cocodanuts
      Cocodanuts Před 4 dny +1

      Bro, you’re lucky to still be with us. That’s more than enough for you to try again, for all those that lost that chance. (edit:typo)

    • Adam Henrie
      Adam Henrie Před 4 dny

      I am wishing you all the best, brother

    • MarcusG 1
      MarcusG 1 Před 5 dny

      Get back in it Man! Use the fuel for motivation, slowly it'll turn into dedication and then a habit, but now is a better time than ever to start workin out, your obviously contemplating it, now you just gotta do 1 day, push yourself to do 1 day and the next day you'll be back for more, after a week, the motivation will have consumed you, get after it Man!

  • Ellutrix Kringe.
    Ellutrix Kringe. Před dnem

    My man is being treated like a wave length with so many ups and downs in his life.

  • Zakaria Ghorfati
    Zakaria Ghorfati Před 4 dny

    I had a surgery done after 1 year of good quality pure exercise! No proteins taken! Just normal workouts! I lost almost all my gained muscle during that year! It is so hard to get back to track, keep it up kings and appreciate your health before it goes away!

  • Debopam Seal
    Debopam Seal Před 20 hodinami

    Reminds me of myself during lockdown. Thankfully I'm back to being how I was before Covid. It does take less time once you've already achieved a particular physique.

  • Al Bundy
    Al Bundy Před 2 dny

    Come on, look at that little arm one day after his injury. Respect for the guy training 15 years, but his foundation could have been much greater

  • Mastroyer Vlogs
    Mastroyer Vlogs Před 8 dny +5734

    Muscle memory is finna bless this guy

    • Viktor Kundovic
      Viktor Kundovic Před 3 dny

      @Sayfu HQ bro plays roblox for sure

    • yoey yoey
      yoey yoey Před 4 dny

      “Is finna”??

    • OhRightOk
      OhRightOk Před 5 dny

      @hunterek ... sorry was there a joke somewhere i missed?

    • hunterek
      hunterek Před 5 dny

      this is great r/woosh material

    • OhRightOk
      OhRightOk Před 5 dny

      @Mike Vee yeah - i dont think youre right tbh mate
      Your muscle might grow back quicker due to other scientific factors, like the muscle already being torn in the correct places - and or developing strength in smaller fibres, making it easier to develop the muscles again.
      But im pretty confident that is something else entirely to muscle memory.
      Muscle memory is to do with technique and repetition. Your reflexes and response. Like the fifa example above. Or riding a bike.
      A boxer who hasnt thrown a punch for 30 years could knock you out with his muscle memory.

  • Teagan Staires
    Teagan Staires Před 3 dny +1

    Wait a second. Why were you just waiting for him to tear his muscle

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Před 19 hodinami

    Low key, this makes me happy. Not for his mishap but for the fact that I haven't hit the gym since the wife got pregnant and I'm like bro you fat muck move

  • John Velazquez
    John Velazquez Před dnem

    A great way to help prevent, or rather, slow down this effect is to increase your Branched Chain amino acids(BCAA's) They are the building blocks of protein and what you body turns protein into to actually build muscle. Or start taking HMB, a metabolized form of Lucine, which is the main amino acid

  • Kyle Holness
    Kyle Holness Před 5 dny

    Muscle memory has been scientifically proven to last at least 20 years 😂 he’ll be fine.
    However I gotta ask, how did he lose so much so quickly? Was he on gear before? I ask this as someone who taken gear btw. I didn’t even lose that much coming off cycle …

  • ryan mcgauran
    ryan mcgauran Před 10 dny +3659

    Must be irritating to lose all that in 100 days!
    Edit: thanks for all the likes:)

    • Billyin4C
      Billyin4C Před 4 dny

      Clearly you are joking, the guy was healthy, but he did not have a bunch of extra muscle.

    • My fault.
      My fault. Před 4 dny

      @ARCAD3BLOOD
      He did tear his muscle while working out accidentally, and monitored his body. Clip at the start was a reenactment.
      This is so fkin obvious nobody wants to explain it.
      Youre either trolling or you have negative iq

    • ➊ MistahTeeLecksAhFly Ⓥ
      ➊ MistahTeeLecksAhFly Ⓥ Před 5 dny +1

      @ARCAD3BLOOD I don’t really think he injured his bicep for this but I can see what you’re saying

    • ➊ MistahTeeLecksAhFly Ⓥ
      ➊ MistahTeeLecksAhFly Ⓥ Před 5 dny +1

      @ARCAD3BLOOD nah no you’re right they’re just idiots. They’re the same people who think 99% of TV shows aren’t staged

    • Bradley Amos
      Bradley Amos Před 5 dny

      I see another reason why we should use lbs

  • The_Program2404
    The_Program2404 Před 3 dny

    the human body can adapt so well so quickly to different lifestyles, this is very cool

  • Mohammed Sharafalden
    Mohammed Sharafalden Před 3 hodinami

    That's scary AF. I was about to tear my biceps yesterday and the fact that it would prevent me from working out for 3 months straight is even scarier.

  • slow flow
    slow flow Před dnem

    I don’t know if I could ever touch a weight again after one of my muscles tore, especially when it’s completely torn. Paranoia would be so big

  • 99Em07
    99Em07 Před 4 dny

    When i broke my ankle and had to sit out of sports and stuff for a year i was 13. I was one of the most athletic kids in my area and was in 8 sports throughout the year with two being full year round every season. I snapped my growth plate in half vertically and had to have emergency surgery before i lost my ankle completely. This happened during a dodgeball match. After the year or so on crutches with a cast and being in a boot for a while I tried to get back to sports and stuff but about a year later i ended up being diagnosed with arthritis and tendinitis all throughout my body. They said it was because of my inactivity for the previous year and because i was in complete physique before it made it worse. Being bed written for a couple months isnt fun and i cant do anything without severe pain now. Im still in sports but my ankles and arms swell and become very painful. I think that ruined my chances of ever becoming a major leaguer in any sport I wanted to do. Especially Ice hockey. All it took was 1 day to ruin the life I wanted. I was very healthy before but now not so much

  • Arkansan Shot Show.
    Arkansan Shot Show. Před 4 dny +1

    Really wish I could live at a place that helps people like him get back in shape. I really need help, and my current situation isn't helping.

  • eskedeh
    eskedeh Před 5 dny

    i was working out 6 days a week, best shape of my life. could do a straddle planche and full frontlever pullups. and then…. broke my wrist and lost it all! couldnt do any exercising for a full year. im working hard asf to gain it all back now :)

  • Tom
    Tom Před 4 dny +49

    Fun fact (studying exercise in college so not an expert but am required to read scholarship) your body likes homeostasis so much, that if you exercise your non injured side, your injured side will catch back up and/or make new progress to match the un injured side

    • tanner meche
      tanner meche Před 3 dny +1

      @Trey Savage I mean it’s anecdotal but also first hand, I hurt my wriest real bad and couldn’t use the arm at all for months however I refused to give up on working out so did single arm dumbbell bench, dumbbell curls, single arm Cuban press, one armed pushups, everything I could think of and hitting core and leg day a lot, the arm definitely lost some mass but not nearly as much as I was expecting and I retained a surprising amount of strength

    • Trey Savage
      Trey Savage Před 4 dny +8

      I’d be interested to see some of the research on that. Because I know that research has shown that muscle damage isn’t actually thought anymore to be the main driver of muscle growth, but surely mechanical tension is still required for each individual muscle to have stimulus and grow. If what your saying is true couldn’t someone just cut their total volume in half by working only half of their body each session and let the other side catch up? Or is this something only related to injuries and is only minor?

  • Anonymous Mashup
    Anonymous Mashup Před dnem

    Trained my youth and fell in to a depression, took less than a year to lose over 27kg of weight. Which in this case was not at all ideal.

  • John Kwak
    John Kwak Před 2 dny

    he could of still train core and used machines to train shoulders ..lower back and maybe pecs by modfying the flyes..so even with some injury you can still train

  • Devin M
    Devin M Před 5 dny +1

    Age plays a big roll in muscle memory. I bounced back after being in an arm cast for 3 months in my early twenties

  • SovereignShaga
    SovereignShaga Před 2 hodinami

    Getting the muscle back doesn’t really sound like that difficult of a thing tbh

  • TheCyborgFalcon
    TheCyborgFalcon Před 4 dny

    When I was 18, almost 19, I was in the best shape of my life, running every day and feeling physically great. Then I had a stroke and cancer, had to do chemo, and yeah let’s just say I went from my best to my worst shape 😅

  • ian t.h.
    ian t.h. Před 19 hodinami

    He'll be back to normal in 50 days. It typically takes half the time you've taken off from training.

  • NuggetNutcracker
    NuggetNutcracker Před 5 dny +1

    Kind of similar thing to me I used to ve a really good runner and could go for ages and ages but broke my ankle twice and one of them I was on crutches for 6 months and had surgery etc, there's so much muscle waste my legs become toothpicks and nit being able to exercise I lost all my stamina and stuff 😭

  • Adan Hernandez
    Adan Hernandez Před 2 dny

    I broke my tibia, weighed 160 pre injury right now I lost 12lbs now I'm 148lbs still got some time to recover, muscle atrophy is the real deal lol can't wait to go back to work out 💪

  • Rozlyn Jones
    Rozlyn Jones Před 4 dny

    When I was eleven I had an injury and 2 surgeries on my left arm, it has been 7 years and I still find it difficult to balance what I lost in 5 months.

  • Exiled_Panda
    Exiled_Panda Před 20 hodinami

    The muscle memory will return so he can gain his mass back no problem

  • Dakota
    Dakota Před 2 dny

    After having 5 anchors put in my left shoulder, I can't wait to get back into fitness and working out, hopefully after my shoulder blades fixed

  • Trenton Zollinger
    Trenton Zollinger Před 3 dny

    I had a very similar thing happen I tore a ligament in my arm and went 100 days with not working out. It's crazy how much muscle I lost.

  • El Toro Salvaje
    El Toro Salvaje Před 2 dny

    I got hit by a drunk driver. Broke my back and caused nerve damage to my left leg. After surgeries and 15 months of doing nothing but sitting around I measured my legs. My right leg was 4 1/4 inches more than my left. And I have no idea how much I lost from before the crash.

  • Yomamacrib 32
    Yomamacrib 32 Před 6 dny +172

    My dad was involved in a horrific accident was in and out of hospitals for over a year, survived. Weighed around 200 lbs at the time of the accident and around 110 lbs when he was able to walk again. It took him around 7 months to get back to around the same shape. Muscle memory is very real.

    • August von Macksen
      August von Macksen Před 5 dny +3

      Congrats to your dad! Very happy he’s able to walk again.

    • KaiUpNXT
      KaiUpNXT Před 5 dny +3

      he must've not been eating enough and taking in enough nutrients (which is the nutritional practitioners fault partly)

    • Stretch
      Stretch Před 6 dny +15

      Why weren’t you feeding the man

  • Indicate Xxxx
    Indicate Xxxx Před dnem

    If he went running he would've not lost stomach muscle or his abs so explain that as someone who achieved a six pack back 2021 I haven't used weights a lot because there expensive but using situps and running cardio I haven't lost stomach muscle in about a 100 days despite me not using any arm equipment

  • Amol Singh Randhawa
    Amol Singh Randhawa Před dnem

    Had this happen to me, keep grinding bro ❤❤❤❤

  • kris fitz
    kris fitz Před 5 dny +7

    Currently living with a torn bicep tendon so I know how this man felt. Cant wait till the Dr clears me to work out again I need my life back!

  • Rocky The Eater
    Rocky The Eater Před 2 dny

    Okay so, he just went back in time to record the guy torning his muscle...
    And fast forward it to today's

  • MJoseph Gen
    MJoseph Gen Před 5 dny

    I tore my left TRICEPS off the bone and had surgery almost 3 years ago. My arms were 16.2 inches, I weighed 158 and could bench press 315 (2xbw bench). I continued training legs and the right side of my upper body. My left arm lost 4 inches (down to 12 inches), and my left delt and lat lost comparable amounts. My right arm GAINED almost a half inch of muscle, and both my quads gained an inch each. My weight went slightly up, to 165. As I re-gained muscle on my left side upper body, my quads and right arm actually regressed back to around 16 inches.

  • Nirmal Justin
    Nirmal Justin Před 2 dny

    This depends in the individual. I havnt worked out in a year and I haven't lost a bit of my size.

  • Sebastian Cavanaugh
    Sebastian Cavanaugh Před 3 dny

    You're lucky enough that your arm is good as new after an injury like that. Muscle loss from not constantly working out is the least of your problems

  • Smutnej Krýýpr
    Smutnej Krýýpr Před 2 dny

    His bro tore a muscle and he was like mr beast: okay, now he will try to survive 100 days without training his arm!
    Dude why

  • Bruh Bruh
    Bruh Bruh Před 10 dny +230

    Just goes to show how important it is to consistently train each muscle group.

    • sraks
      sraks Před 6 dny +1

      @merisav4 muscle memory will allow for all that muscle to be regained in just a few months compared to the several years it took to build it the first time
      it’s just like building something, building it the first time won’t be easy but building it afterwards will be

    • Largest Yes
      Largest Yes Před 6 dny +2

      ​@merisav4 dam u must also be a radical feminist then💀

    • giuseppe
      giuseppe Před 6 dny

      ​@merisav4lmaoing at u rn

    • Manuj Madan
      Manuj Madan Před 7 dny +12

      ​@merisav4 found the guy who thinks exercising isn't for him lol

    • Fake Raven
      Fake Raven Před 7 dny +1

      ​@merisav4 🧢

  • Shadow
    Shadow Před 5 dny

    This happen to my dad he still had muscle since he is a very strong bodybuilder 💪🏼

  • Totallynugget
    Totallynugget Před 18 hodinami

    He'll be back in a month or so, it doesnt take long for water to fill the muscles and go to the right place

  • wedanta satrya
    wedanta satrya Před 3 dny

    I lost 10 kg during a rehab after tearing cartilage on both wrist, never really 100% confident to do heavy lifting or workout again🙃

  • Top G
    Top G Před dnem

    I injured my shoulder and stoped working out for 11 months , lost 2kg of muscle and kept the same level of body fat , I just kept the same diet and did running , I think I have really good genetics to keep my muscles even when I stop training

  • Christian Wagner
    Christian Wagner Před 5 dny

    I am currently also going through this but I tore my a lot of my labrum and chipped the ball socket. It really sucks not be able to lift and stay fit.

  • Casen Ferguson
    Casen Ferguson Před 2 dny

    He hit legs 3x a week. That’s like a reverse prison bod.

  • PekoRobin
    PekoRobin Před dnem

    I’m more scared of the medical bill than the injury

  • FortisRoze
    FortisRoze Před 2 dny

    I stopped eating for the most part when my eating disorder got really bad and my muscle was drained within a month, all those years of work just gone

  • bethanylynn
    bethanylynn Před 2 dny

    my stepdad tore his tricep. super painful and super hard physically and mentally to get back into the swing of things.

  • MoFromUpSide
    MoFromUpSide Před 3 dny

    He didnt lose all his muscle, he lost some mass thats something else.

  • Andreu Ibarra
    Andreu Ibarra Před 5 dny

    I believe he can get his muscles back I have hope 🙏

  • MapleJokerRofl
    MapleJokerRofl Před 5 dny +1

    What type of workout is he doing?? I know for people that lift weight they stop working and lose a lot of their gains..
    However my personal experience doing Calisthenics and stopping for a year and I had lost less than 20% of my gains. I didn’t really see a difference in the first 6-7 months apart from my endurance when I had to jog or do something quickly.

  • Kristofer Provencal
    Kristofer Provencal Před 4 dny

    Even when my ulcerative colitis first started I didn’t lose that much muscle over 100 days, I think he may have stopped something else on top of working out.