15 Minute Beginner Weight Training – Easy Exercises – HASfit Beginners Workout Routine – Strength

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  1. Tee Jay / March 27, 2016

    just began, it was hard, i couldn’t go for the third round.. will try
    again.

    • christopher verdugo / May 15, 2016

      +Tee Jay Keep working it! You’ll be able to get through all 3 rounds soon.

    • Jon Chambers / August 1, 2016

      You got this!

  2. mammarybomb / April 24, 2016

    basic workout, but dude pushed me at the right times…as if he was seeing
    me. Everytime i wanted to quit, he’d be like PUSH IT, or Almost done, keep
    breathing. Like the EXACT time. Weird.

  3. 0penpress / May 23, 2016

    we would do this daily? or say 3 -4 times a week? My shoulder feels sore
    but nothing in the bi or triceps. Myabe i do wrong something Thank you

    • Key | iamSmexx / June 1, 2016

      the shoulders always get trained first because it has less muscle in it.
      but if you continue doing this, your biceps and triceps should reach there.

    • 0penpress / June 2, 2016

      Great. Thank you.

    • Kevin Abla / June 8, 2016

      +Key | iamSmexx BS

  4. Timir Das / June 15, 2016

    can I do this training 3-4 times in a day ?

    • J Biddlez / June 19, 2016

      just have it on replay and do it 4 times in a row until all your muscles
      give out, LIKE A REAL MUSCLE MAN

    • alfie wyld / July 10, 2016

      +J Biddlez you need to have a break because over use of muscles can lead to
      atrophy

  5. Обединета Македонија 1913 / June 17, 2016

    I today I start these exercises … to do only these some time .. or start
    with triceps and biceps your recommendation?

  6. Mislav Romanov / June 17, 2016

    “don’t be too crazy” hahahhhaahah like u knew

  7. Alexander VP / June 24, 2016

    Do you loose calories with this?????

    • Alan James / July 6, 2016

      What do you think? You lose calories sleeping for Christ’s sake.

    • SlipperWielder / July 27, 2016

      No this specific workout has been put together to gain as much calories as
      possible.

    • Jon Chambers / August 1, 2016

      lol

  8. Rebecca F / June 26, 2016

    You kinda look like Channing Tatum

  9. Marline Acosta / June 27, 2016

    now I know how to do it in the gym and not feel like a dumbass

    • Jon Chambers / August 1, 2016

      Never be ashamed to do your thing in the gym! We are all there to get
      better.

  10. OMNITAINMENT / July 2, 2016

    Great video. Is it possible to do this everyday and see results or would
    the muscles get used to it quickly and stop developing? Thanks for any
    advice , fitness newbie here.

    • fatalahtea / July 12, 2016

      Muscle building exercises should only be done every other day. To build
      muscle, you must first break them down, which is what happens during a
      muscle building activity. Your body needs a day of rest for the muscles to
      rebuild. You can still work out the following day, but you should avoid
      strength training or muscle building on the same muscles. I have been doing
      cardio on my off days, which keeps up the calorie burn without damaging my
      body.

    • OMNITAINMENT / July 12, 2016

      Ah ok thanks alot, when you say “break them down” is that when , for
      example your arms are really hurting and feel bruised for a day or 2?
      Thanks for any info , truly appreciate it!

  11. Jay Quintana / July 2, 2016

    Love the enthusiasm and the easy-to-follow instructions! I subscribed!

  12. Phil Irish / July 11, 2016

    Every time I do the squats, my ankles make a cracking sound. Sometimes my
    knees do too, for added effect. I am definitely doing the “butt first”….
    any advise about this?

    • Phil Irish / July 23, 2016

      Hoping for some feedback about my clicking joints. Makes me not like those
      moves — it is dangerous, or just some random clicking?

    • ns_ardent nsj / July 24, 2016

      +Phil Irish try stretching better. It could just be your muscles are still
      not loose enough. Have a good 5 – 10min warm up like jog or jump roping.
      Unless u still feel pain on your joints maybe u should check with your
      doctor.

  13. Suda / July 14, 2016

    If we do this every other day, 3-4 times a week, how many times a day do we
    do it? I’m using 15s btw, instead of the 5-10, is that bad? Thanks.

    • Jon Chambers / August 1, 2016

      I highly recommend you to check out more in-depth strength programs if
      you’re looking to get serious (which it looks like you are if you’re asking
      this question). You can also check out my channel if you want some
      different ideas.

  14. Sahil Amondkar / July 29, 2016

    Would you recommend this for a 16 year old(boy)?

    • Christopher Cunha / July 30, 2016

      Yea I’m 16 and I do this 2 times everyday and I see results

    • Jon Chambers / August 1, 2016

      I would say you could get MUCH better results with an actual strength
      program designed to help you increase your squat, bench, and deadlift!

  15. Myra Guevara / July 30, 2016

    Hello we’re looking for one of your older videos we found about 1week ago,
    you’re behind a desk with a white muscle shirt and the video is about how
    to pick 3 workouts and 1 home activity. Can you help us find it???? ThanX
    ??

  16. Giovanni wants to work out / August 1, 2016

    how many calories would this exercise generally burn off ???

    • Giovanni wants to work out / August 1, 2016

      +Jon Chambers Thank you very much you have been extremely helpful??? You
      have inspired me to get a gym membership I normally just exercise in the
      garage ?? Thank you?

    • Jon Chambers / August 1, 2016

      No problem! Please remember to always stay safe and use good form. If you
      want you can subscribe to my channel and see what I typically do. You got
      this!

    • Giovanni wants to work out / August 1, 2016

      +Jon Chambers thank you and I shall subscribe ??

    • GamingRants / August 4, 2016

      +Jon Chambers How long would it take to see results? If i keep doing bicep
      workouts?

    • Jon Chambers / August 4, 2016

      +GamingRants Choosing to do only bicep curls is probably the best way to
      see very little results, become discouraged, and quit. It’s really not hard
      to go to the gym. At the beginning all it takes is 3 days a week (squat,
      bench, and deadlift).

  17. 819sebas / August 3, 2016

    can you tell whats is the best thing to eat or drink before and/or after
    training? and wait how much time after eat before starting train? (sorry
    for my english)

  18. Elyse Comtois / August 4, 2016

    Last March, I decided to start weight training in hopes of strengthening my
    back and chest area to ease the constant pain I was in. I have done this
    video a couples of times per week and I have increased my weight. The beck
    and trapeze pain is GONE! I attribute it to you and to my massage
    therapist. Thank you! Keep the weights video coming! -Elyse (from
    Ottawa, Canada)

    • HASfit / August 4, 2016

      All of your hard work has contributed to your success in becoming pain
      free. Bravo Elyse!

  19. Teresita / August 5, 2016

    Hi. Thank you for posting this! It was great and your ongoing encouragement
    really helped. I have a question I hope you can help me with… when I’m
    doing the knee raise, my back cracks sometimes. Can you suggest something
    to avoid this? Maybe I’m doing something wrong? But I feel something
    pulling from my lower spine to my leg, and I stop because I don’t want to
    strain something. What do you think?

  20. deadandgone70 / August 5, 2016

    How long should I keep doing this workout?

    • HASfit / August 6, 2016

      For as long as you need but increase your weight as needed to keep yourself
      challenged.

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