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  • čas přidán 16. 01. 2023
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  • @Curlyheadrae24
    @Curlyheadrae24 Před rokem +130096

    At least muscle memory is a thing

    • @_Beam
      @_Beam Před rokem +931

      wait what

    • @doesntmatter2732
      @doesntmatter2732 Před rokem +701

      @@_Beam what?

    • @jokujaska302
      @jokujaska302 Před rokem +6443

      ​@@_Beam He said: At least muscle memory is a thing

    • @blackhammerftw1960
      @blackhammerftw1960 Před rokem +4689

      @@_Beam say you train for 3 years you pr at 275 on bench 495 on squat and 585 on deadlift and you stop training for a year and you lose all your strength it would probably only take you around 2 years to get back to the point before and 1 year to get close to where you were before because you build up muscle memory which you never lose.

    • @Curlyheadrae24
      @Curlyheadrae24 Před rokem +2935

      @@_Beam you lose muscle and strength over a long period of time not working out but the nuclei of the muscles cells still stay and never leave. Meaning if you worked out for a year then stopped working out for a year, it’d probably only take you 4-8 months to get back where you left off as long as you still have a good diet and get enough sleep.

  • @nbarealtalker
    @nbarealtalker Před 11 měsíci +7785

    What people don’t know is that once you’ve reached that level, getting back to it takes a fraction of the time if you get out of shape.

    • @ogeugorji8483
      @ogeugorji8483 Před 10 měsíci +99

      Wait so ur saying is gonna take longer to get back in shape or shorter to get back in shape

    • @_Physically
      @_Physically Před 10 měsíci +496

      ​@@ogeugorji8483 shorter.

    • @papagaulo
      @papagaulo Před 10 měsíci +25

      Unless you have special genetic traits

    • @Quipie
      @Quipie Před 10 měsíci +5

      yup

    • @fluffycows234
      @fluffycows234 Před 10 měsíci +10

      Omg so if I'm born with a 6pack I can get that when ever I want ?????

  • @airu--sq3ot
    @airu--sq3ot Před rokem +1099

    "3leg days a week"
    Bro strong af

    • @michaeldarealweeb
      @michaeldarealweeb Před 2 měsíci +13

      That's not that bad

    • @hunterbidenscrackpipe4407
      @hunterbidenscrackpipe4407 Před měsícem +7

      @@michaeldarealweebthat is insane if you are going hard

    • @throw-jp5vo
      @throw-jp5vo Před měsícem

      Wym its ez

    • @CrispyRaha
      @CrispyRaha Před měsícem +2

      Training the same leg muscles hard 3 days a week is very demanding. That's why you don't see many programs recommend that much leg frequency and volume.

    • @sped4kc579
      @sped4kc579 Před měsícem

      @@throw-jp5volook at big shot over here

  • @Lemuria1993
    @Lemuria1993 Před rokem +10523

    I mean, after 100 days still looks way more fit than the average person

    • @LOLLYPOPPE
      @LOLLYPOPPE Před rokem +194

      You’re American, aren’t you

    • @interestingshorts......
      @interestingshorts...... Před rokem

      ​​@@LOLLYPOPPEhe fuck does that have to do with anything

    • @thomasdurgin3710
      @thomasdurgin3710 Před rokem +377

      ​@@LOLLYPOPPE Sound so nerdy saying this

    • @gusfringe6448
      @gusfringe6448 Před rokem +270

      @@LOLLYPOPPE People are out of shape around the globe because of how little physical labour we do nowadays.

    • @paintfrenchy4735
      @paintfrenchy4735 Před rokem +11

      ​@@LOLLYPOPPE my first thought too. 😅

  • @alinmarian9171
    @alinmarian9171 Před 11 měsíci +188

    The discipline and muscle memory he has is gonna fix that in no time.
    good luck bro.

  • @flaviobrunelli5501
    @flaviobrunelli5501 Před 2 měsíci +40

    My man still looking better than 97% of the population after 100 days off.

    • @steve8803
      @steve8803 Před 4 dny +1

      I've taken 15000 days off and look better than 98% of the population.

  • @nickk5336
    @nickk5336 Před rokem +9579

    My man needs a pedicure

  • @M3TALG0DS
    @M3TALG0DS Před 11 měsíci +106

    High school bullies: LETS GET HIM HURRY BEFORE HE COULD TEACH US LESSONS AGAIN

  • @likewise4Gaming
    @likewise4Gaming Před 2 měsíci +6

    I have had my share of injuries. I can definitely sympathize with this guy. The willingness to recover and get right back to the grind is what separates men from boys.

  • @LewReviews
    @LewReviews Před rokem +21231

    He never skipped his leg days what a legend

    • @hola-rg3sj
      @hola-rg3sj Před rokem +26

      279 likes no comments let me fix that

    • @gohanssgreen3121
      @gohanssgreen3121 Před rokem +17

      1.2k likes and one comment you must be special

    • @Gdowg1202
      @Gdowg1202 Před rokem +13

      2.1k likes and 2 comments have one more you’ve earned it :)

    • @handsomedreamer
      @handsomedreamer Před rokem +31

      Leg days skipped him 💀

    • @LewReviews
      @LewReviews Před rokem

      @@handsomedreamer but nasty i would love to see your legs tbh 😂

  • @ryanmacdougall3740
    @ryanmacdougall3740 Před 19 dny +6

    Having had this exact injury it's heartbreaking. The fear during the recovery process is insane.

  • @sydneymccann4510
    @sydneymccann4510 Před 10 měsíci +54

    I had surgery on my wrist a month ago and I’m still trying to get all of it back. I couldn’t do anything so I even lost my abs

  • @Ghost-rw8qp
    @Ghost-rw8qp Před rokem +15885

    Bro sounds so chill even tho he tore his muscle 💀

    • @Azriel_MR
      @Azriel_MR Před rokem +460

      That was just an reenactment, why would they be filming it lmao

    • @dniilii
      @dniilii Před rokem +47

      ​@@Azriel_MR he's joking... I think.

    • @Azriel_MR
      @Azriel_MR Před rokem +20

      @@dniilii he wasnt

    • @dniilii
      @dniilii Před rokem +25

      @@Azriel_MR I refuse to believe he's that dense.

    • @FabricatedPheonix
      @FabricatedPheonix Před rokem +11

      ​@@Azriel_MR People record their workouts? It's super common

  • @TheTalyn08
    @TheTalyn08 Před 2 měsíci +9

    Having your feet put on the internet with your toes looking like that is insane tbh

  • @MiaCotto
    @MiaCotto Před 10 měsíci +33

    If he ever went to a salon the ladies would probably cuss in out for having crusty feet in Chinese

    • @DonVal86
      @DonVal86 Před 16 dny +1

      I noticed that too.

  • @gobiscout8596
    @gobiscout8596 Před rokem +2378

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

    • @lexi-bankz
      @lexi-bankz Před rokem +23

      Or 30

    • @googleprofile2629
      @googleprofile2629 Před rokem +16

      Not even, it takes only 2 to 3 weeks on consistent training and diet

    • @yacquubfarah6038
      @yacquubfarah6038 Před rokem +8

      @@SLPmexico If you think he's taking steroids then you need help my friend

    • @isloshaban8655
      @isloshaban8655 Před rokem +1

      @@googleprofile2629 7 weeks

    • @theymademepickaname1248
      @theymademepickaname1248 Před rokem +1

      He is back to normal. Now he has to go back to the gym to try and puff himself up again.

  • @whocares6902
    @whocares6902 Před 10 měsíci +10

    "Super small" *i can't relate more*

    • @ValleyDragon
      @ValleyDragon Před 2 měsíci

      Blame the Metric system. Makes the loss sound bigger. I don't use metric until I get to Meters or Kilometers.

    • @Randomperson-yr3gp
      @Randomperson-yr3gp Před měsícem

      @@ValleyDragoncry about it

  • @theIEF4
    @theIEF4 Před 3 dny +1

    I went through a transformation like that. Used to be in amazing shape, ate healthy, tone, bulked up. Then I broke a rib and fractured my shin. It was all downhill from there. It’s amazing how quick you can lose muscle, especially the older you get.

  • @rorywescombe5464
    @rorywescombe5464 Před rokem +20002

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

  • @yoshibutimterrariapixelart1923
    @yoshibutimterrariapixelart1923 Před 10 měsíci +9

    I broke my wrist and had to wear a cast for just under 2 months, and my whole forearm looked like it was completely skeletal after the cast came off.

  • @alex_fishgaming
    @alex_fishgaming Před 11 měsíci +3

    "66.6 kg"
    Kids: **silence**

  • @bigdawg3587
    @bigdawg3587 Před rokem +18756

    Now we get to see how muscle memory really works

    • @jannomeeuwessen4886
      @jannomeeuwessen4886 Před rokem +467

      Yeahh that's what I'm saying, it will go way quicker if you had that muscle mass before die because of muscle memory
      I'm so hyped for the video to see the crazy difference

    • @neutralhound6010
      @neutralhound6010 Před rokem +264

      Bro got xp boost enabled

    • @msschubi
      @msschubi Před rokem +14

      There is no muscle memory.

    • @jannomeeuwessen4886
      @jannomeeuwessen4886 Před rokem +172

      @@msschubi bro there is. It has been scientifically proven. Shut it.

    • @socialiconsocialicon
      @socialiconsocialicon Před rokem +106

      @@neutralhound6010bro just rebirthed for a x10 stat gain

  • @Coconautify
    @Coconautify Před 11 měsíci +4

    Torn bicep (yardwork), and torn adductor muscle (squat rack)... worst injury by far was the torn adductor... moral of the story - warm up, train sensibly, and always listen to your body.

    • @Goldsthar
      @Goldsthar Před měsícem

      And most important, if you're gonna try things in the gym, try them while you are in your teens/early twenties... I trained and overtrained like a baboon when I was younger and got away with things that would probably destroy me nowadays.

  • @thejosie
    @thejosie Před rokem +6715

    bro, let's get him to the foot doctor first for those infected toenails

    • @karlflavourtv7904
      @karlflavourtv7904 Před rokem +27

      True

    • @zhlba
      @zhlba Před rokem +5

      ??

    • @-meow..
      @-meow.. Před rokem +18

      I’m confused, what’s specifically wrong with them?😭

    • @akenji
      @akenji Před rokem +116

      @@-meow.. those are fungal toes, all green and stuff.

    • @rinzler9775
      @rinzler9775 Před rokem

      Apply pure tea tree oil daily should cure them

  • @machohogan
    @machohogan Před 2 měsíci

    Trainer for 15 years then had over 10 years off the gym racing bikes and running. Ever workout back you see improvement. At 47 I’m not going to look like I did at 30 but it’s amazing how quickly you improve.

  • @DagwoodDogwoggle
    @DagwoodDogwoggle Před měsícem

    I studied this in detail back in 1996 in graduate school (physical therapist). The TLDR is in athletic people when this happens, muscular recovery is about 45 days compared to sedentary people. The injury will slow him down a bit a a torn muscle stays sore and weak for months even after the reattachment is complete, but because he is fit, he's going to get right back in shape in no time.

  • @Geosbudy
    @Geosbudy Před rokem +7823

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

    • @cTGspeedrun
      @cTGspeedrun Před rokem +149

      It happens to people who use steroids, if you train naturally you wouldn’t see the difference almost

    • @Geosbudy
      @Geosbudy Před rokem +95

      @@cTGspeedrun 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...

    • @masamasa191
      @masamasa191 Před rokem +79

      @@cTGspeedrun really tho. I used to train religiously two years ago, but stopped due 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.

    • @WildVee
      @WildVee Před rokem +20

      ​@@masamasa191 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

    • @MM-vr8rj
      @MM-vr8rj Před rokem +6

      Definitely getting abs when I have a bad cold

  • @gromswowguide7927
    @gromswowguide7927 Před 11 měsíci +15

    If he didn't downright starve himself afterwards, he definetely was on something, then jumped off cycle when he got injured. He indirectly admitted it by showing his extreme muscle loss. No natural lifter is gonna drop that much muscle in such a short time if he's actually active, you can disagree but then you're just wrong.

    • @stelthy3450
      @stelthy3450 Před 2 měsíci

      I get what you're saying but, you're really arrogant. Stating something that isn't actually factual since all peoples bodies react differently and then telling the youtube comment section that they can argue it but they'd be wrong..lol you're kind of a POS. There's actual terms for the type of person you are. Look into it. Maybe that's why your single and no kids. You could argue that too but ... im not wrong.

    • @Bamiyanbigasf
      @Bamiyanbigasf Před 2 měsíci +1

      Nah it sounds about right that’s like 3 1/2 months im natural and also bigger than him and I can drop about 10 pounds easily if I stop lifting and eating properly over a few months

    • @domd9876
      @domd9876 Před 2 měsíci +4

      @@Bamiyanbigasf no it doesn’t sound about right lol. I was out of the gym for like a year and a half when COVID hit and I lost hardly any muscle. Dude was definitely on something.

    • @stupi_ugli
      @stupi_ugli Před 2 měsíci +2

      @@domd9876​​⁠Yeah I agree I had a back injury and couldn’t work out for months but didn’t really lose any muscle

    • @byletheisner5006
      @byletheisner5006 Před 7 dny

      It is a year and an half since I stapped working out, and I look and weight the same, yes, that guy either was not a natural or he considerably diminished his nutritional intake

  • @jcrowellz2000
    @jcrowellz2000 Před 3 dny

    It goes without saying that once you recover from an injury you get during training, don't fuck up and make the same mistake and reinjure yourself.
    Another harsh reality is the older you get, the less your body can take.
    Don't let it cause anxiety though. Since our body is designed to move, just keep an exercise regimen, even though you have to adjust it.
    What inspires me is the old timers: the old farmers, veterans, martial artists, and other active 70-90 year olds still healthy

  • @foldedcandle
    @foldedcandle Před rokem +6603

    15 years of muscle memory is gon fix it like nothing

  • @quinteastwood8752
    @quinteastwood8752 Před měsícem

    I think the biggest thing is he knows how to exercise and how good it feels

  • @shigglezz684
    @shigglezz684 Před 11 hodinami

    Muscle memory means he will get it back with some training

  • @antonioducc4501
    @antonioducc4501 Před rokem +1841

    bro is still more fit than me 💀

    • @klaedoe9042
      @klaedoe9042 Před rokem +10

      man aint no way 💀

    • @Salman.khan786
      @Salman.khan786 Před rokem +15

      Same, this video was a personal attack 😂

    • @barniewoodward262
      @barniewoodward262 Před rokem +23

      @@klaedoe9042why’s that so hard to believe😂 most people ain’t athletic

    • @antonioducc4501
      @antonioducc4501 Před rokem +3

      @@klaedoe9042 my genetics aren't good lmao, I can never seem to gain or lose weight

    • @trensetter3473
      @trensetter3473 Před rokem

      ​@@antonioducc4501 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

  • @SassyOrangeGaming
    @SassyOrangeGaming Před 2 měsíci

    Legend for doing what he can, leg day, while injured. Most people don’t even do it healthy 😂

  • @ChrisSuperDude
    @ChrisSuperDude Před 5 dny

    Similar thing happened to me. I wasn’t a big guy, but I had more or less an MMA fighter’s build: lean but toned.
    Back in June I had almost all my vital organ shut down in one go and had to quit working out for about 2 weeks and after, I still had trouble working out. I lost a bunch of weight at once due to my blood sugar and gained about 15 lbs back of nothing but fat. I’ve been trying to tone back up, but today was the first time I’ve been able to actually exercise for more than 30 minutes without quitting. So I’m on the road to recovery I just wish I could’ve gotten on it faster.

  • @thatkediguy
    @thatkediguy Před rokem +3991

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

    • @eggxecution
      @eggxecution Před rokem +73

      for the video bro

    • @michaelric3540
      @michaelric3540 Před rokem +32

      It was like they did it on purpose???

    • @thatkediguy
      @thatkediguy Před rokem +39

      @@michaelric3540 i mean you dont normally react to a biceps being torn like that i think

    • @douglaserb1
      @douglaserb1 Před rokem +19

      ​@@thatkediguy no, I think I said f... F... F... About 10 times. Then I had to have someone replace me playing basketball. Watched my son finish the game, drove home and got surgery a month later.

    • @cccn_0510
      @cccn_0510 Před rokem +8

      Like literally, that’s too fake and why would a person tear his bicep for a vid🌝🌚

  • @Katsuie101
    @Katsuie101 Před 4 dny

    imagine you just tore your muscle and a dude comes out of no where in front of you and says "Now he cant work out for x amount of days" Damn id feel violated.

  • @dabasil
    @dabasil Před měsícem

    Crazy how deep his voice is

  • @yeisright4282
    @yeisright4282 Před rokem +1644

    We not finna let them toes slide 😭

    • @playyvh1334
      @playyvh1334 Před rokem +82

      i was waiting to see atleast one comment, look like fungi or something

    • @dacrazyhippo
      @dacrazyhippo Před rokem +55

      Yeah what the actual fuck was that 🗿

    • @yourchildhoodfriend7320
      @yourchildhoodfriend7320 Před rokem +3

      What are you guys talking about?🤔

    • @sethstuffanimates8419
      @sethstuffanimates8419 Před rokem +19

      @@yourchildhoodfriend7320
      his feetsies
      he needs a footspa stat

    • @chadikhr7258
      @chadikhr7258 Před rokem

      ​@@sethstuffanimates8419 nah nigga aint no way you called them feetsies 💀

  • @TheWalkingRed
    @TheWalkingRed Před 2 měsíci

    "He looks so fat and lazy now."
    _Looks in mirror_
    "Nvm bro you still look great."

  • @bigmaguire9714
    @bigmaguire9714 Před měsícem

    Muscle memory is CRAZY. I didnt train for 1.5 years during covid, lost a decent amount of strength. It only took 6 WEEKS to surpass where I was before I stopped training during covid. I had been training almost 10 years at that point so my body was super adapted.

  • @mastroyervlogs8308
    @mastroyervlogs8308 Před rokem +5738

    Muscle memory is finna bless this guy

    • @angelpr2477
      @angelpr2477 Před rokem +15

      What's that exactly?

    • @o_bryan9892
      @o_bryan9892 Před rokem +393

      @@angelpr2477 basically just means that your muscles, even after they reduce a lot because of a lack of exercise, remember the load they were able to work with and are able to grow even faster since they at one point we’re already used to the weight.

    • @angelpr2477
      @angelpr2477 Před rokem +69

      @@o_bryan9892 so it's like having a super power?

    • @JO_NI176
      @JO_NI176 Před rokem +43

      ​@@angelpr2477 kinda

    • @1ulm3
      @1ulm3 Před rokem +5

      @@JO_NI176 no

  • @mrfishsticks266
    @mrfishsticks266 Před měsícem +1

    The chest:🗿

  • @meten90
    @meten90 Před 2 měsíci

    He’ll get back in 2 weeks. This is the way.

  • @scottsw25
    @scottsw25 Před rokem +2489

    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

    • @qks.beoqnrowh
      @qks.beoqnrowh Před rokem +166

      I'm so sorry to hear that, sir. You are incredibly strong to have gone through that. I hope you find your drive again king 👑

    • @GravesOGBTD6
      @GravesOGBTD6 Před rokem +55

      Stay strong man

    • @Blick405
      @Blick405 Před rokem

      Get that shit done mfr. YOU have to

    • @evancallahan8647
      @evancallahan8647 Před rokem +43

      I feel you. I had a leg injury on a trampoline that while not nearly as severe as yours has left me with nerve damage, circulation issues, deformed bone structure, 3 surgeries in with a couple more already being talked about. Ill never be close to the same and feeling like a shell of my former self feels like an impossible task to overcome. How can i when it hurts to walk, drive, etc. Heres to both of us learning to thrive in our new normal

    • @adamhoward3978
      @adamhoward3978 Před rokem +4

      Isekai

  • @adamkuc9440
    @adamkuc9440 Před 2 měsíci

    The inside pain of loosing 15 year progress has to be freaking difficult

  • @jamesnesran2348
    @jamesnesran2348 Před 2 měsíci

    muscle goes easy but it also returns pretty easy

  • @gcstidham
    @gcstidham Před rokem +1306

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

  • @happy_doge_cz
    @happy_doge_cz Před 3 měsíci

    the same situation like:rome wasnt built in 1 day but it was burnt in one

  • @pickledillie2247
    @pickledillie2247 Před 9 měsíci

    Good luck bro, you can do it!

  • @markus7166
    @markus7166 Před 2 měsíci +1

    146 lbs ??? Dude is a certified manlet. 😂

  • @zavazis
    @zavazis Před rokem +2765

    I tore a muscle and didn’t go back to the gym for almost 2 years. I was 165lbs 4 months ago and now im pushing 190 on a good day. Muscle memory is amazing

    • @victorcortes5283
      @victorcortes5283 Před rokem +9

      How did you tear it?

    • @zavazis
      @zavazis Před rokem +84

      @@victorcortes5283 weighted dips never again it still feels weird to do unweighted dips

    • @silent_anon404
      @silent_anon404 Před 11 měsíci +42

      ​@@zavazis Thanks for sharing, I'll never do weighted dips

    • @jahbless3220
      @jahbless3220 Před 11 měsíci +5

      ​@@silent_anon404 😂😂😂😂

    • @TylerSanchez720
      @TylerSanchez720 Před 10 měsíci +3

      This is why you practice safe sets😉

  • @slimshadyfoeva333
    @slimshadyfoeva333 Před 2 měsíci

    This actually made me sad af for this guy so much hard work down the drain 😭

  • @alessiovittorio7092
    @alessiovittorio7092 Před 4 dny +1

    New fear unlocked

  • @daddy_myers
    @daddy_myers Před rokem +1383

    "His left arm is around 35cm, while his right arm is around 36.5cm"
    *Immediately goes to check comments.*

    • @loliateyrcat7357
      @loliateyrcat7357 Před rokem +32

      Exactly 😂. We ain't gon talk about that 😂

    • @kameronpetok1477
      @kameronpetok1477 Před rokem +9

      Omg that's hilarious 😂

    • @fxgamer4870
      @fxgamer4870 Před rokem +16

      i don't get it. cm is better than inch though.

    • @RigmanZ11
      @RigmanZ11 Před rokem +19

      Bro my right arm is like half an inch bigger than my left at LEAST lmao

    • @shelfcloud487
      @shelfcloud487 Před rokem +5

      That’s exactly when I went to the comments. Bizarro!

  • @ISREHL
    @ISREHL Před měsícem

    Went from Chad to Thad

  • @kneecaps3892
    @kneecaps3892 Před 11 měsíci

    Back when I had asl reconstruction surgery, I lost so much muscle in my leg that there was a visible difference between them. I was only on crutches for just over a week, you lose that shit fast man..

  • @amfy7616
    @amfy7616 Před rokem +486

    The thing about training is- your muscles grow really fast, the problem lies with your joints, bones and ligaments that have to get used to the sport. They take longer to get used to it but they also stay that way longer, meaning all he has to to is get back the muscle, not also get everything else back into shape

    • @laszlomiskolczi2036
      @laszlomiskolczi2036 Před 4 měsíci +13

      this explains why my bones always have a problem with new weights

    • @mikakoivisto6504
      @mikakoivisto6504 Před 2 měsíci

      Yeah. Bulletproofing joints will take decades.

    • @HairyJuan
      @HairyJuan Před 2 měsíci

      ​@laszlomiskolczi2036 Yeah I started running 3 miles every other day again when the last time I really ran frequently was a couple years ago when I was 40 pounds lighter and played soccer and the muscles in my legs got to an acceptable working level after like one run, but my knees got destroyed.
      They're completely fine just walking normally as I've been walking 3 miles a day for a long time, but the second I start running now they start hurting real bad.

    • @redlizerad8268
      @redlizerad8268 Před 2 měsíci

      @@TheBarbellBanditYeah cause ligaments just can’t keep up with steroids

    • @djjayem100
      @djjayem100 Před 2 měsíci

      Same. Went up and wrist was fucked for like 3 weeks ​@@laszlomiskolczi2036

  • @tasaki12
    @tasaki12 Před 11 měsíci +1

    Bro ungeared himself and then regeared

  • @cptdayton
    @cptdayton Před 5 měsíci +1

    Those toes 😂😂

  • @quantumpotential7639
    @quantumpotential7639 Před rokem +438

    Muscle indeed has memory. And it ALWAYS remembers the good ole days and is eager to return.

    • @tex959
      @tex959 Před rokem +2

      That's comforting for all of us to remember 💪

    • @quantumpotential7639
      @quantumpotential7639 Před rokem +8

      @@tex959 It's good to know that you can return to the past with the muscle time machine. If you've put in the hard work years ago, you can go back in time simply by going into the gym 🏋️‍♀️ tonight. And eating well.

    • @tex959
      @tex959 Před rokem +1

      @@quantumpotential7639 🤜🤛👍

    • @quantumpotential7639
      @quantumpotential7639 Před rokem +1

      @@tex959 If you wanna see the future, hit the gym NOW to reactivate the past. I'm telling ya those pumps last.

    • @Karamarika
      @Karamarika Před rokem

      Muscle memory is about movements, not building muscle. Your muscles "remember" how to do exercises and skills. They don't remember how to grow bigger. That just comes with the work.

  • @AminKingpvp
    @AminKingpvp Před 12 dny

    “oh an injured guy, lets make content”

  • @blackilluminatigaming3913
    @blackilluminatigaming3913 Před měsícem +1

    New fear unlocked buddy 😅

  • @ryanmcgauran5087
    @ryanmcgauran5087 Před rokem +3626

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

    • @znn4125
      @znn4125 Před rokem +305

      it won’t take long to put it back on though, cause your muscles have memory it’ll take a few months to get all the muscle you lost back not ideal but a lot better then working out for years like you did the first time around

    • @bobc821
      @bobc821 Před rokem +12

      ​@@znn4125exactly

    • @ARCAD3BLOOD
      @ARCAD3BLOOD Před rokem +1

      It must be irritating that they probably injure him on purpose of this clip.

    • @bladequintaviousdinglebott2647
      @bladequintaviousdinglebott2647 Před rokem +42

      @@ARCAD3BLOOD ain’t no way u think that 😂

    • @ARCAD3BLOOD
      @ARCAD3BLOOD Před rokem +1

      ​@@bladequintaviousdinglebott2647 "Ain't no way" was said in internet enough times bruh. and yet here we are. all of the disappointed disgusted people after knowing the truth.

  • @JamalXTyrone
    @JamalXTyrone Před 11 měsíci

    Bro basically just lost 50 days of his life

  • @troytruong8246
    @troytruong8246 Před 12 dny

    I quit 5 years. I lost 10lbs of muscles. 165lbs dropped to 155lbs. I was still fit and ripped after 5 years.

  • @ErmmmActually
    @ErmmmActually Před rokem +801

    bro really experimentin with humans now 💀

    • @devondropemoff1757
      @devondropemoff1757 Před rokem +1

      twin🤓

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      @BallerinChrist0 Před rokem +1

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      @COOL5942 Před rokem

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  • @Ballsack.chin.
    @Ballsack.chin. Před 2 měsíci

    I would have been crying on the spot.

  • @toadsagetimmy
    @toadsagetimmy Před rokem +65

    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.

    • @hoover9sb
      @hoover9sb Před rokem +1

      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

  • @urphakeandgey6308
    @urphakeandgey6308 Před 4 měsíci

    Dang, went from having a shredded body to looking like an average semi-fit dude.

  • @Johnny_Ocha
    @Johnny_Ocha Před 5 dny

    Yep yep, been there with a similar issue. Luckily the body bounces back quickly. 💪🙂👍

  • @stevescruby1343
    @stevescruby1343 Před rokem +295

    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!

    • @dariusrotaru2607
      @dariusrotaru2607 Před rokem

      What do you mean by saying so quickly

    • @stevescruby1343
      @stevescruby1343 Před rokem +15

      @@dariusrotaru2607 People who normally carry a lot of muscle who lose muscle due to a temporary period of inactivity (usually caused by an injury) are known to regain their muscle tissue extremely rapidly once they return to their usual training regimen and diet.
      Sometimes this phenomenon is called “muscle memory” (not to be confused with the same term which is sometimes applied to a lifter’s ability to adapt to a certain movement technique). Essentially, the human body is a machine which is highly adapted to maintaining a certain set of parameters - internal temperature, hormone levels, and (relevant to this discussion), body composition. Your body learns what its particular homeostasis (its “default state”) is by how long you maintain a certain state. If you train and diet consistently for a long time and maintain a lean, muscular physique (let’s say 2-3 years at minimum), your body will identify that lean, muscular physique as its homeostatic state.
      Whenever you depart from whatever your body decides is its homeostatic state, whether from sickness or injury, your body will do everything in its power to return to that state. So, once you return to training, dieting and sleeping properly, your return to your baseline physique will take sometimes as little as three to six months - a physique which might require brand newbies two to three years to achieve (even if they start with a similar out-of-shape physique to the injured experienced lifter).
      The reason this happens is because the experienced lifter’s body has already been trained for years in the chemical processes required to build and maintain muscle - while simultaneously possessing a comparatively small percentage of body fat. When you train and diet, what you are essentially doing is creating stimuli which force your body to adapt in different ways. These adaptations include improved cardiovascular capacity (enhanced efficiency of your heart and lungs), protein synthesis to build and repair muscle tissue, improved bone density, and an improved ability to metabolize your own fat tissue for energy while in a caloric deficit. The longer you train and diet consistently, the better your body gets at responding to these stimuli and quickly adapting. The experienced lifter’s body has already received the above training, and his body already knows exactly what to do when it is exposed to the same dieting and training stimuli again. His body will respond much more quickly and efficiently to training and dieting than a brand new, untrained person’s will. So, if you take two people who are similarly out of shape, but one is an injured athlete who has years of training and dieting in his history, he will attain a lean and muscular physique in a mere fraction of the time it takes the untrained individual. This is mostly because his body a) already “knows how to do it,” chemically speaking; and b) wants to return to what it sees as its default homeostatic state.
      Does any of that make sense?

    • @gullyfoyle9165
      @gullyfoyle9165 Před rokem

      ​@@stevescruby1343 how long this inactivity can be max before guy loses his muscle memory is 2years a lot for example ?

    • @stevescruby1343
      @stevescruby1343 Před rokem +3

      @@gullyfoyle9165 The real answer is that it varies by individual and genetics. A lot of factors can affect the “return to original physique” timeframe. These can include age, prior training history, gender, severity of injury and quality of personal care during the period of physical inactivity (for example - did this person still maintain good sleep and nutritional habits while injured?)
      In terms of answering your question - how long can a person stay inactive / injured before losing the muscle memory (the ability to quickly recover their physique)? That also depends largely on the same factors I listed above.
      I will share an anecdote about my own history though. I once had a fairly acute injury in my left shoulder - a Grade 2 separation of the acromioclavicular joint. I couldn’t do any pressing (bench, overhead or otherwise) for over a year. However, once I finished my rehab and healed up, I was hitting new PRs in both my bench press and overhead press within six months, and feeling stronger than ever. More weight, more reps, better form, than ever.
      So, in my case, inactivity for 13 or so months didn’t cause me to lose anything for long. I’ve worked with lifters who have been injured for two years and seen them make explosive progress as well.
      If you are injured, focus 100% on getting better as soon as possible. Keep your sleep and diet in good order, do your rehab work intelligently, and do whatever activity you can safely do consistently - even if it’s just light cardio or walking. You WILL recover, and you will not be starting from square one if you already have a prior training history. I know it is disheartening to feel like you’ve lost progress, but don’t give up. You will recover everything you had and more. Just get better and get back to training. You got this.

    • @gullyfoyle9165
      @gullyfoyle9165 Před rokem +2

      @@stevescruby1343 I appreciate man, thanks for long answer. Very thoughtful of you.

  • @jakeup5654
    @jakeup5654 Před 20 dny

    The faster you lose it the faster you can get it back

  • @shp-bk6lm
    @shp-bk6lm Před 2 měsíci

    Muscles have memory. He’ll gain it back relatively quickly

  • @i_garfed_on_the_carpet
    @i_garfed_on_the_carpet Před rokem +266

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

  • @vtanson2724
    @vtanson2724 Před 2 měsíci

    I injured my right arm a year ago. Finally after a year of slow routines it has gained 90 percent of the previous strength.

  • @justarandomsovietofficerwi2023

    He didn't skip leg day but he definitely skipped toe day😭

  • @blueXedit
    @blueXedit Před rokem +230

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

    • @XtenstialKrysis
      @XtenstialKrysis Před rokem

      Not really

    • @merszy
      @merszy Před rokem

      can you explain?

    • @JimmyHooves
      @JimmyHooves Před rokem +9

      He’s not ripping on the guy, he’s just saying how fast your muscles will atrophy without consistent training

    • @merisav4171
      @merisav4171 Před rokem

      It shows it's useless waste of time

    • @fakeraven6603
      @fakeraven6603 Před rokem +1

      ​@@merisav4171 🧢

  • @theultimateredneck8470

    And then, he went back to the gym and recover all his muscles in a week.
    Yes, muscle memory IS a thing.

  • @colewhitfield9313
    @colewhitfield9313 Před 2 měsíci

    He still looks muscular.

  • @nachobarrios9796
    @nachobarrios9796 Před rokem +723

    *new fear unlocked*

    • @truesk1lz155
      @truesk1lz155 Před rokem +24

      muscle memory will cause you body to get back to your original state so y’all be fine

    • @rayan8552
      @rayan8552 Před rokem +10

      ​@@truesk1lz155 if i was working out for a year and half and stopped working out for 1 year how much time does it take to get back ?

    • @GravesOGBTD6
      @GravesOGBTD6 Před rokem +20

      @@rayan8552 way less then a year and a half, prob a few months and you'll be back at your peak

    • @nuttkicker245
      @nuttkicker245 Před rokem +7

      @@rayan8552 I once had to stop working out for about 2 and a half months and was barely eating so I lost quite a bit of mass but when I got back I gained like 90% of my gains back in a month ( you gotta eat like crazy tho)

    • @rayan8552
      @rayan8552 Před rokem

      @@nuttkicker245 ok thanks

  • @nikislechten9608
    @nikislechten9608 Před měsícem

    He will be back to his previous physique verry fast muscle memory ain’t no joke . I’ve been injured several times on my shoulder and wrist which cost me between 2 weeks and 1 month of not working out and I’ve always bounced back pretty quick . His physique still looks verry good and I think it’s not nesceraly much muscle he lost but just water in the muscles and his glycogen stores inside his muscles went low due the fact he wasn’t able to workout

  • @hero-v
    @hero-v Před měsícem +1

    Bro is like "HE JUST TORE HIS BICEPS OFF"😅not a big deal🎉

  • @shadow_scar
    @shadow_scar Před rokem +541

    It was a nice video
    Hyped for 90 day transformation

    • @advena996
      @advena996 Před rokem

      Yeah I don't know, it sounds like a recipe for another torn bicep honestly 🤷.

  • @whhitestallion
    @whhitestallion Před 2 měsíci

    I had the same thing happen. It all comes back really quick

  • @TPontana
    @TPontana Před 2 měsíci

    Thats why optimising muscle gain is the best way to optimise muscle loose.
    No powder

  • @juaniusm
    @juaniusm Před rokem +460

    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!

    • @conneryoung2591
      @conneryoung2591 Před rokem +5

      No it won't. If that's the case then nobody would have muscular imbalances.

    • @juaniusm
      @juaniusm Před rokem +41

      @@conneryoung2591 muscular imbalances are the case for people that over work a certain side of a muscle group for a period of time (years) for a given sport. When it comes to injuries, training the uninjured side of a muscle group will still be beneficial for the injured side.

    • @thefreakalpha9888
      @thefreakalpha9888 Před rokem +13

      Appreciate the info bruv!

    • @MrDeano-eu9rg
      @MrDeano-eu9rg Před rokem +2

      ​@@juaniusm is that possible?

    • @juaniusm
      @juaniusm Před rokem +4

      @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.

  • @nobody7204
    @nobody7204 Před 3 měsíci

    That's gotta be devastating loosing all that

  • @shinspin7013
    @shinspin7013 Před 25 dny +1

    Man tears his bicep:
    This fucking guy: “Quick, turn the camera on.”

  • @yomamacrib3297
    @yomamacrib3297 Před rokem +169

    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.

    • @soonahero
      @soonahero Před rokem +14

      Why weren’t you feeding the man

    • @kaiupnxt
      @kaiupnxt Před rokem +3

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

    • @augustvonmacksen2526
      @augustvonmacksen2526 Před rokem +3

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

  • @colbysmith5825
    @colbysmith5825 Před 2 měsíci

    “Super small” - still has a better body that 98% of the planet

  • @lizardkingwalking
    @lizardkingwalking Před 2 měsíci

    He got real natty

  • @2realtv33
    @2realtv33 Před rokem +92

    bro teared his muscle on purpose for a video...now that's commitment.

  • @EyeForKnowledge.
    @EyeForKnowledge. Před 3 dny

    Been lifting most my life. NOw at 45 I have golfer and tennis elbow in both arms. Done the steroid injections, dry needling, all the stretches and PT. Nothing will fix it. I’ve been suffering through work outs and waking up with burning knives in my elbows but I pushed through. Finally it was too much and I had to stop totally. It’s been 6 months and I’ve lost 20lbs, and have a gut. Even though I’m in deficit and do cardio. It’s so depressing. But that’s life.

  • @hdgaming5209
    @hdgaming5209 Před 11 měsíci

    This is a nightmare for any bodybuilder

  • @Kraftik611
    @Kraftik611 Před rokem +26

    This video made me feel like my gains are melting away

  • @AmirMishel
    @AmirMishel Před měsícem +1

    Is it me or someone elese also found this video searching for - "I survived 100 days in hardcore Minecraft, heres what happened" 😂

  • @TreeCuttersUS
    @TreeCuttersUS Před 6 měsíci +1

    I shattered my left wrist and had my whole arm up 6 inches PAST my elbow in a hard cast for 8 weeks. I lost so much mobility and muscle in my arm but my pec was rock hard from holding my cast up in the shower 😂

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  • @TobyKBTY
    @TobyKBTY Před měsícem

    With 15 years of good experience lifting, i don't doubt he'll be back to that shape within a year of training again (as soon as his injured arm recovers and he can train to that capacity once more)