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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet


How can one be working out consistently
when traveling a lot, like you do probably? Are you always planning deloads
when you’re away or can you work out consistently in hotel gyms? What’s your
general advice? What’s your general advice? Sure. To the extent that you are
able to do it I would plan a less intense especially and potentially less
voluminous times of training around travel but you are not always able to do
that so point number one try to plan D loads or something easier when you’re
traveling point number two if you cannot plan them then Co sometimes it doesn’t
work out sometimes we have to train your training cycle is just in the middle and
you’re traveling the next point is you have to take action you have to take a
take the reins so to speak I don’t want to you know make too big of a point of
it but you have to you can’t show up to the hotel room and be like alright let’s
see what we have in the gym no you got to find a gym outside of the hotel nine
times out of ten the Internet’s amazing because it can tell you all the gyms in
the area already do you know them and here’s the big thing that’s just finding
a gym prioritizing your workout let’s say you have business meetings from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. when you’re traveling to Hong Kong your internal clock has
already fucked up so it’s launched cause what you’re going to do because you
probably wake them anyway is wake up at 5 a.m. go to a good gym that you heard
them on online get your workout and get your horse workout shake come home put
on your business suit go to your business meetings come home crash go to
sleep and then repeat you have to look at your trip schedule plan where you’re
gonna be working out when and do it does that make sense like that’s huge advice
right there because a lot of people you know we’ve I used to coach volleyball
players and they would say hey I’m going on vacation on spring break I won’t be
able to lift weights not all of the most didn’t sail and we’re like oh we’re you
know and before we let them answer we’re late
because if it’s anywhere in the Western world there are gyms within five
kilometres of where you’re going don’t be crazy you know like there’s always a
place to train so so planning forethought can get you most away here’s
another tip if you’re gonna go to that kind of gym what I would say is keep the
volume similar but lower the intensity on average why when you’re travelling
when it’s a different gym we don’t have all your equipment with you when you
might be a little bit more rush or just more high cortisol so the frantic state
ugm do everything you know took you longer to walk to this place and other
cars of driving on the other side of street crazy stuff like that you are
more likely to become injured especially because of the water displacement that
occurs with travel travel tends to dehydrate you to some considerable
extent and that’s not good so I don’t say is if you have like you know if you
planned a two hundred kilogram leg presses four sets of 10 and then squats
with 150 K 4 sets of 10 after maybe like drop the leg presses to 150 K and just
rep out super high reps really like exhaust your quads and then squat with a
hundred or 110 K tons of volume you’re gonna get plenty of a stimulus it’s
gonna get you nice and messed up it’s gonna cause hypertrophy but it won’t be
like 205 or they’re trying to hit an EPR and leg press when your weight that is
how a lot of injuries happen on a custom to equipment not on your vest state
something happens move that now you’re the country and you’re hurt which really
sucks right so those are my big tips lastly if you are stuck in a hotel gym
um they’re called intensity techniques in the correct they call Bennigan’s
relative intensity techniques can get you a lot of the way so for example if
you’re stuck in a hotel gym what you can do is take the heaviest weights they
have which might be like 20 kilograms take the weights into the hallway do
walking lunges for a giant set which are a marathon set which means you do 100
total steps and if you can’t do it under you stop for like three or four seconds
between each time that you almost fail and keep going for another three or four
steps and a stop and keep going battle fuck you up beyond belief you wish you
had access to a real gym she didn’t have to suffer that much as soon as that set
is over you do bodyweight squats with your arms stretched out until complete
concentric failure however many reps that takes you and then you repeat that
for another three or four mile reps right after that sore my toe sets right
so like legs finished okay um push-ups Close Grip again giant set dips between
chairs or on a bench giant set super low rest super high volumes there is not
much you can’t get done in the short term this is not a good sustainable way
to train but a very low rest between sets and just more sets it’s going to
get you almost everywhere you need to go with hypertrophy you’ll get the pumps of
your life and you’ll be like ah who ever said this was easy because people come
into a hotel gyms there’s no way I can get a good workout either oh boy I bet
you can and they’re just contracting those rest times and increasing the
number of sets uh can can really even if it’s high reps not a big deal is it high
reps at first right when you’re set times are really contracted or your rest
times at some point it’s that’s a 3 in 4 reps and you’re fast just switch motor
units your biggest ones have to turn on because otherwise you just don’t get up
so it’s it’s really those are my big travel tips okay thanks great advice

36 thoughts on “Mike Israetel Workout on Holiday – Bodybuilding While Traveling

  1. Great tips, I always get worried I wonโ€™t b able to find a gym .where we go is a very small town ( no gym) so I plan a little weightlifting break around this time. But if too long I have exercises up my sleeve. Another great video

  2. Aw I remember those days when I was on the road wrestling ๐Ÿคผโ€โ™€๏ธ I always found a gym good video big like I drove some times 500 600 km to a show good one โ˜๏ธ ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘โค๏ธ๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿพโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  3. Yes prepare,two years ago we whent to Agadir Morocco first question to the hollyday agency : is there a hotel gym ? Yes okรฉ i Google gym photo's of thรฉ gym i saw very limited gym equipment, foristance no latpully but a pullupbar oke next took some resistance bands in thรฉ suitcase to fo assisted pullups,ab wheel i also took with me,had good workouts there and no unpleasant suprices.

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  5. Great video as usual! Watched till end ๐Ÿ™‚ keep up the good work man, love how you conduct your interviews! Peace

  6. not everyone who travels a lot uses hotels or are in a place where there are gyms prime example is in the Australian outback in the middle of nowhere what do they do?
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  7. Hey Lifting Dermatologist!! If you like to work out.. we totally agree.. you need to plan ahead!!! Great video and watched in full in support of your channel!! <3

  8. ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‘I had to follow up with this one! I love his determination and dedication! I get too busy doing things like scuba diving and get so tired I have no drive to work out! I guess that why I am not as quite in good shape as I could be! Great information! Really enjoy your collaborations! The truth hurts here! LOL! ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‘

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