BODY BY SCIENCE 7 (THE “BIG 5” WORKOUT) for Men

All you need is 15 minutes to complete the Big 5 Workout.

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In this first video, Doug McGuff, MD, explains the central components of the “Big 5” workout from Chapter 4 of the book “Body By Science.” Covered in this brief talk are exercise selection, the importance of force issues in exercise, the importance of intensity, why multiple sets of a given exercise are not necessary and the importance of full recovery in between workouts.

BODY BY SCIENCE 7 (THE “BIG 5” WORKOUT)

Here are videos of the Big 5:

BODY BY SCIENCE (VIDEO 10): The Big 5 Workout (Part 1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Txsd0rIsPR4

In this installment, Dr. Doug McGuff explains the exercises and principles behind the “Big 5” workout as detailed in the book “Body By Science.”

BODY BY SCIENCE (VIDEO 10): The Big 5 Workout (Part 2)             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USyj-RgHFl0

Doug McGuff, MD demonstrates the “Big 5” Workout as detailed in the book “Body By Science.” This is Part 2 of a four-part series.

BODY BY SCIENCE VIDEO 10 THE BIG 5 WORKOUT (Part 3)         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tI4bOiSAaQ

In this third installment of the “Big 5” Workout series Dr. Doug McGuff demonstrates the remaining exercises of the “Big 5” workout as detailed in his book “Body By Science.”

BODY BY SCIENCE (VIDEO 10): The Big 5 Workout (Part 4) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnDRtLyBFdg

In this fourth installment of the “Body By Science” BIG 5 Workout series, Dr. Doug McGuff discusses the metabolic effects of the “Big 5” workout.

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