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High Intensity Training Explained | Drew Baye | Full Length HD

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Drew Baye is easily one of the most knowledgeable exercise authorities on the planet, has extensive experience training clients one on one, and is the author of the world’s most popular high intensity training blog.

Drew has had the opportunity to meet and learn from the some of the most knowledgeable people in history regarding exercise, including Nautilus inventor Arthur Jones, Ellington Darden, Ken Hutchins, Jim Flanagan, Joe Mullen, John Little, Greg Anderson, Doug McGuff, Ryan Hall and others.

Visit Drew at http://www.Baye.com

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  1. supplementreviewplow
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #1

    check out my …
    check out my channel, i give out free supplements

  2. carey99
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #2

    love this speech 
    love this speech 

  3. tatsumakisempyukaku
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #3

    I did hit for 80 …
    I did hit for 80 days once. 5 second + reps and 5 sec negs, with a 3 sec hold at end of pulling moves. I used weight heavy enough to fail on rep 4 or 5 and the last rep I attempted was always incomplete but pushed for 6-10 seconds. 5 exercises in 18 minutes after a 5 minute elliptical warm up. It was murderous!

  4. tatsumakisempyukaku
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #4

    You can’t get …
    You can’t get upper body done with sprints alone

  5. WhatsAesthetics
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #5

    High Intensity …
    High Intensity Training Explained in 2 words:

    Do sprints.

  6. Oakridgeboy94
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #6

    A lot of times …
    A lot of times people get their kicked because they mess with guys like this. I don’t know what everyone’s problem is but this guy looks tough! You can see the strength in his eyes especially. Don’t with people, you have no idea what they know and what they’re capable of. If you think this man is weak, perhaps it’s time to come to terms with what you’re looking at in the mirror.

  7. gasfacevictm
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #7


  8. MrRossT1
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #8

    Nope. The “bank …
    Nope. The “bank account muscle” is most important.

  9. MrRossT1
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #9

    Good for you! 😀 …
    Good for you! 😀 And I do agree. :) His body is not one to admire. Something he did not mention when it comes to women and attraction, ANY MAN can be attractive with lots of MONEY! 😀 I seen some roly poly men GUTS hangin out and all, and they had some hot ladies on their arms! 😛

  10. campbpar
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #10

    I run 50 miles a …
    I run 50 miles a week, and train with weights too and his physical aptitude is a embarrassment. God, he doesn’t even have vascularity or beefy connective tissue. Just the way he moves, with his hands shoved in his pockets.

  11. CIarKent
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #11

    I can understand …
    I can understand doing slow negatives (because it keeps tension on the muscle, otherwise its just gravity doing the work). but I don’t understand the need to do slow positives.
    if you want to build up mass you need to focus on the fast twitch fibers and the best way to activate them is with fast explosive movements.
    so I don’t agree with this method of doing slow positives.
    i agree with the rest about HIT training

  12. samanrostamimonjezi
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #12

    what i’m sayin is …
    what i’m sayin is that try your best, don’t take supplements but whey and creating, time to time check your blood pressure, cholesterol and other stuff, watch for leg workouts , they are very big muscles and it takes a huge effort to build them up so watch out to not to put your whole body under HEAVY pressure cause you might not wake up tomorrow, also the slowness of the workouts put even more pressure on your heart (3 secs push – 3 secs negative)

  13. CIarKent
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #13

    wow. so your …
    wow. so your advice is to take it easy than

  14. samanrostamimonjezi
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #14

    but it works you …
    but it works you gotta mix his advice with some other things

  15. samanrostamimonjezi
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #15

    they were asking …
    they were asking about what supplements am i taking, also my pre conditions which i hadn’t have any, also i told them that i’m taking jack3d, the doctor said it’s the reason because it has alot of caffein and it is a very dangerous product, i asked her how they let such products in the USA market, she said by using some court things they prove it is a drug and some other things…..anyways it had a negative effect on my mentality which made me take it easy on my workouts so: NOT MUCH DIFFERENCE

  16. samanrostamimonjezi
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #16

    i was doing great …
    i was doing great since the beginning of spring semester, feeling good and slightly stronger but leg workouts put a lot of pressure on me,…anyways i was using jack3d like twice a week just one scoop, after 1.5 month one night i felt a heavy pressure on the left side of my chest, and then my left hand became numb n i fainted, i was lucky that i was lying next to my gf, i came back and we went to hospital they connected all these censors to me they said nothing is wrong with my heart (next cm)

  17. clara789stars
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #17

    @crifauk yes i mean …
    @crifauk yes i mean it. When i was working out hard to make muscles my senior guys did not tell me about this method. Between i just had to laugh its what i’ve been wanting for years I went straight out and got the whole set. must watch this killer video methods here >>> bit.ly/PunecM?=xnfdxz

  18. CIarKent
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #18

    it’s been 5 months …
    it’s been 5 months since your comment, how much progress have you made with HIT ?

  19. CIarKent
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #19

    for the majority of …
    for the majority of his career Mentzer trained using the old style volume training just like Arnold. he was also on roids so you can’t really use him as an example for how a normal person should train anyway.

  20. jgfergus
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #20

    Regardless…what …
    Regardless…what he says is correct. Mike Mentzer worked out just like Drew teaches, and he had a pretty good physique.

  21. briggsc4
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #21

    If you are going to …
    If you are going to preach to people about how to take care of their bodies then you should be the living embodiment of your prayer to the public–this guy is in mediocre shape at best.

  22. MrDcsp1
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #22

    while it is true …
    while it is true these people are not very muscular, well they are not bodybuilders and they are not trying to get people to groww huge muscular bodies. It is possible that their training knowledge could be used to grow big muscles, the whole point of what they are doing is geared towards health. An examle of good trainers would be angelo dundee, he wasnt a fantastic boxer, ali was, those who can, do, those who cant, teach.

  23. HydeCyde
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #23

    while all of this …
    while all of this sounds intelligent, not one of these guys has an even halfway decent physique. its like going to a trainer who looks like he needs a trainer. Sorry, seen too many people who I know for a fact are not on roids with much better physiques.

  24. Kalin Kaloyanov
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #24

    That’s all out …
    That’s all out effort for short period of time. After you adapt to that stress you will be able to do it everyday without any recovery needed. As if you have been bench pressing 100 kg for 10 repetitions over the last years. Your body will be so adapted to the weight that you will be able to perform that exercises every day, even twice a day if you want, without almost no recovery period needed.

  25. Kalin Kaloyanov
    August 12th, 2012 at 16:34 | #25

    The Holy Grail for …
    The Holy Grail for weight training. Without steroids this is the only possible way of developing good and well balanced physic. !!!

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