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You can build muscles fast only when pushing your limits during that last reps. Great addition to this video is what Jeff Cavaliere (Athelan-X) is saying in his, check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwX2KUW_k8c
Watch as he goes totally berserk in the end
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Update 2: Hey guys, we've created sweat protecting, anti-bacterial headphone protection covers. Buy them here: https://tinyurl.com/y9oxp8hx :) Update 1: WOW! I never expected this video to have as many views as it has gotten. 310k views and counting.. Thank you all so much for liking and commenting, it feels awesome! *ON TO THE DESCRIPTION* Arnold Schwarzenegger's calculated use of psychological warfare is perhaps best displayed in the bodybuilding documentary "Pumping Iron," which shows him having breakfast with competitor Lou Ferrigno and Ferrigno's parents. It was the day before the 1975 Mr. Olympia tournament. Schwarzenegger had won five consecutive Mr. Olympia titles, and Ferrigno had come in second in the previous contest. With a wide smile and laid-back attitude, Schwarzenegger tells Ferrigno and his family that just one more month of training would have put Ferrigno in perfect shape. It's a shame, but oh well, Ferrigno got two Mr. Universe titles, and they can just get tomorrow over with soon enough. "You know, it's amazing," Schwarzenegger says over eggs with his competitor. "Can you imagine the feeling I have? Six-time Mr. Olympia. Six f---ing times. It's incredible." Schwarzenegger is so convincing that Ferrigno and his parents seem to have also accepted that Schwarzenegger already won, which he would indeed go on to do. Forty years later, Schwarzenegger tells author Tim Ferriss in an episode of Ferriss' podcast that he wasn't (just) being a cocky jerk. He was deliberately messing with Ferrigno's composure to help Ferrigno defeat himself. It's a tactic he used throughout his bodybuilding career. "It was natural that with all the experience I had gotten with being a trainer and working with people and all this, that I learned about people's psychology and about their weaknesses and their strengths," he says. He realized that if he had the power as a trainer to isolate his bodybuilder's weakness and have him compensate for it to feel great, then he had the power as a competitor to turn his target into an anxious wreck. He explains: It was very clear when I said to someone, "Let me ask you something, do you have any knee injuries or something like that?" Then they would look at me and say, "No, why? No, I have no knee injury at all. No, my knees feel great." And they say, "Why are you asking?" I said, "Well because your thighs look a little slimmer to me. I thought maybe you can't squat or maybe there's some problem with leg extension." He says, "Really?" And then I saw them all for two hours in the gym always going in front of the mirror and checking out their thighs ... People are vulnerable about those things. After Schwarzenegger had weaseled his way into his opponents' heads, they would fret before and during the competition. Meanwhile, he would pose with a supreme self-assurance that convinced everyone in the room that he was the winner. Schwarzenegger tells Ferriss that even when he watches a Mr. Universe or Mr. Olympia tournament now, he notices that the top five guys pretty much have the same build, but the winner is determined by their psyches. The judges pick the bodybuilder who looks relaxed and like he's having fun. It's apparent in Schwarzenegger's conversation with Ferriss that he applied this mindset to every aspect of his life.