How I Added 100+ lbs to My Squat, Bench & Deadlift FAST Download

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  • May 5, 2020

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  • Jeff Nippard
    Jeff Nippard 4 months ago

    HYPED!! So because I am coming back to heavy training after a "layoff" (due to injury) I think the tips in this video will apply to most people who are unable to train normally due to the pandemic. Hopefully you guys will find it helpful for when we're all back in the gym as normal. I'm hoping sooner than later! I put the summary and tips at the end of the video by the way. Peace!

  • tragik
    tragik 4 months ago (edited)

    i love how greg doucette’s voice came out of nowhere and says:

  • Kojo
    Kojo 4 months ago

    Hey jeff, can you make a video on the woosh effect? I

  • Sunaad Gurajada
    Sunaad Gurajada 2 months ago

    Lol coach Greg’s voice “he doesn’t train hard AT ALL” that made me crack up! Great vid!

  • No Vids, Don’t sub
    No Vids, Don’t sub 3 months ago

    British people when they’re thirsty

  • sam
    sam 4 months ago

    Can tell Jeff is bored just by seeing how much work he put into this video.

  • petan577
    petan577 4 months ago

    Bro Jeff coming through my window telling me "It's time to get big" is the best motivation I can imagine

  • Derbis the Eternal
    Derbis the Eternal 4 months ago

    Instead of an angel and a devil on his shoulders he has bro Jeff and nerd Jeff.

  • Sebastian
    Sebastian 4 months ago

    Next on my youtube feed:

  • Elron Humpperdink
    Elron Humpperdink 4 months ago


  • Mac Franks
    Mac Franks 3 months ago (edited)

    I used to compete in power lifting and when training for a lift event I typically would never do heavy training lifts in the pyramid starting at around 6 heavy on back to back days. This was particularly important if I was doing squat or dead lift. These lifts, if you are approaching your 1rm, hit everything pretty hard and there is the mental and nervous system fatigue factor included. Obviously on lift day you do all 3 lifts at your 1rm on the same day. I found sometimes that one or the other of my lifts would actually be more than I could hit in training which I always thought was a bit curious. I sometimes beat my best my best 1rm in a competition.

  • Matthew Calton
    Matthew Calton 4 months ago

    Jeff leveled up from multiple personality to schizophrenia

  • Spital Helles
    Spital Helles 1 week ago

    That spotter is the most german sounding asian american I have ever seen

  • Vuyolwethu Joosen
    Vuyolwethu Joosen 4 months ago

    "He Doesn't Train Hard enough"... I died when I heard Greg Doucette

  • Geoffrey / ジェフリー
    Geoffrey / ジェフリー 4 months ago (edited)


  • Hunter Guerra
    Hunter Guerra 4 months ago


  • Chris Latorre
    Chris Latorre 4 months ago

    The intro was one of the coldest things Jeff has ever done.. but can we take a sec to discuss that “TEE” sound at

  • Minoru Mineta
    Minoru Mineta 4 months ago

    I believe bench press is usually overshot when doing them with pauses.

  • Kamal Lewis-Gopie
    Kamal Lewis-Gopie 4 months ago

    See me shouting "c'mon!" at the screen like you can hear me lmao

  • Le_NaG
    Le_NaG 2 hours ago

    That transition after the intro was everything, like a crazy bodybuilding fever dream