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If you’ve ever lifted weights, I’m sure you have wondered at some point which is better powerlifting or bodybuilding? Don’t bang your head against the wall anymore. Find out in this episode on “Powerlifting VS Bodybuilding” which is better.
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Did you know that when you do low reps (fewer than 6), you’re training for neural gains, i.e. strength gains?
Did you know when you train with moderate reps (8-12), you’re training for metabolic gains, i.e. size gains?
Do you know what happens when you design a program that integrates those rep ranges so that you go to just 7?
Probably not and you’re not alone…
This is a HUGE inside secret I must share with you….
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Henry Kaszowicz says
strength = mass
Jack Graybird says
Thanks for the video Vince. something is confusing me, I want to get big just like some bodybuilders but I also want to be strong like those who compete in strongman. Can the two worlds be mixed up? Can I combine a powerlifting program with some bodybuilding routines? Thanks again Vince Del Monte!
Jack Graybird says
I’m doing a powerlifting program, let’s say in overhead presses. If I’m doing that exercise for 2-3 reps for 6 sets, can add side lateral and front raises at the end of the workout with 12-15 reps for 3 or 4 sets? Thank you.
BryanLift HEAVYMETAL says
Precisely, yes. For balance and aesthetic reasons, throw in one or two isolation movements at the end of your heavy work. Always do your heavy work first, that is the most important
Jack Graybird says
Thank you sir for the response. Now I know it’s really possible to combine bodybuilding and powerlifting. One more thing if I’m doing overhead presses for twice a week, is it ok to do the isolation movements on the same frequency? Are you familiar with Stronglifts 5×5? I’m doing that program and I like it. It consists of squats-benchpress-pendlay and squats-overheadpress-deadlifts which alternate on monday, wednesday and friday. Thanks again!
Vince Del Monte says
Size usually follows strength, so yes if you strength train after a while you’ll most likely see an increase in size as well. -Team Delmonte
Jack Graybird says
Thank you guys. I find my current program focuses more on myofibrillar hypertrophy, my strength has improved since I started this program but my size seems not getting bigger compare to my mates who do bodybuilding training with high-reps but light weight.I was thinking if I mix up some bodybuilding routine to my strength training will help me gain size.Can I do my strength program and isolation movements on the same day? My program focuses on less-reps more-sets and in progressive overload.
BryanLift HEAVYMETAL says
Yes you can do the isolations with the same frequency. You body will adapt to the workload and you’ll be able to recover well after a week or two. And I’m familiar with Rip Toe’s program, superb for strength. Just lacks the isolation and volume that some people want for aesthetic reasons
Daniel Satalino says
Hey Vince I was wondering what you’re opinion is on layne norton’s PHAT program? I’m an experienced lifter, been trying to build muscle and it makes sense to get stronger and bigger at the same time to maximize results, just wanted to know your opinion, thanks a lot
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Nick Inda says
robert adasda says
Sow what you are saying is that if i follow a bodybuilding program i wold be strong as a powerlifter?
Cory Hill says
John Smith says
I want to watch your videos because they are good but with too many annotations over it I can’t even watch it right, please reduce your annotations, thanks.
That nose though!!! God damnn
Those are 5 movements. If you want the most bang for your buck, I’d pick deadlift, squat, bench, push press, pull-ups, your favourite row, power cleans, and maybe some dips.
Stefan Stojanov says
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Milos Milosevski says
IM SORRY BUT THIS IS BULLSHIT ALL YOU GONNA DO TILL THE REST OF YOUR LIFE IF YOU DON’T DO STEROIDS AND TAKE SUPPLEMETS ONLY WITH A BODYBUILDING ROUTINE IS MAINTAIN YOUR CURRENT FITNESS LEVEL SO NO…IF YOU WANT TO GET BETTER AT SWIMMING, EXCERSISE THE MUSCLES THAT HELP YOU SWIM AND THE NEXT TIME YOU TRY SWIMMING YOU WILL SWIM FASTER, IF YOU WANT TO RUN FASTER YOU DO THE SAME THING CAUSE IF YOU ONLY RUN YOU NEVER GONNA MOVE FROM YOUR CURRENT RUNNING RECORD THE SAME HAPPENDS WITH BODYBUILDING EVEN POWERLIFTING…SO YOU TRY TO SOUND SMART BUT YOU ARE NOT GO TAKE A ROLE IN JERSEY SHORE DONT LIE TO PEOPLE!!!!
Joe Filingeri says
None is better all is opinion I love training for both its the ultimate mix but what I compete for is powerlifting
Olympic lifting is better than both
alan arroyo says
there is no better, u should just combine both up to your maximum capacity, whatever that is.
invisible taco says
in stupid terms. one gets bitches and one kicks body builder’s asses lol
fat for life? > powerlifting. capable of 10% BF? > bodybuilding
Vince right at the end you say that people who count calories are morons. I tracked my calories all last year and used it to get myself ripped. Am I moron Vince?
Skinny Vinny… Again! What has roid supply come to an end!
will thornton says
Is it just me, or is it hard to work out in such a clean weight room? I just like a gritty garage more than a pristine gym.
pacho villa says
a whole lot of gibberish …. not really comparing powerlifting to bodybuliding.. didnt go over power lifting at all… no very helpful
Hussein Amin says
if I wanted pure overall body strength and power, fastest running speed…will the three main power lifting exercises guarantee that? ..knowing that I don’t care about the look and I’am training with full power on each rep for minimum rep no.
Names Samuel says
Great explanation idiot
Pyxis Strength & Conditioning says
Other than ignoring the fact that training for powerlifting and bodybuilding have very similar methodologies, and overlooking the fact that volume is the most important factor when it comes to developing both strength and hypertrophy, you litterally explained nothing here. Powerlifting is a sport that involves testing your 1 rep maxes, while bodybuilding is completely physique based. However, powerlifting, assuming skill remains constant, is going to rely heavily on the amount of muscle mass that you have. 60-70% of powerlifting training when done optimally fr an intermediate lifter is going to be geared towards developing larger muscles. Larger muscles will allow you to move heavier poundages. Bodybuilders also need to focus on getting stronger, as to increase the load being placed on the muscles to create overload. The only difference between the two styles of training in reality, is the peaking process associated with powerlifting used to enhance the neural output during each lift. There are 3-4 weeks out of 12 that are going to be used to associate all the work done durring the hypertrophy block into the ability to demonstrate it via 1 rep max. If you’re a bodybuilder, you can skip this phase and do a simple de-load instead of a taper. Train with a lower volume and slightly greater intensity for 2 weeks, and then ramp back into it without ever testing a 1 rep max. .. This is why I unsubscribed from you years ago. You don’t teach, and you don;t really understand what you’re talking about. You just repeat things you hear from other people.
I A m Chazz Matazz says
what the fuck did he just say,can anyone please translate this in simple terms
Not sure why this video has 910 likes to be honest.