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At least muscle memory is a thing
@Nasty1x -XAIN- not here to argue but just explain what exactly muscle memory is then, because the way google explained it was "The ability to repeat a specific muscular movement with improved efficiency that is acquired through practice and repetition".So what I took from this is that your body will remember how to do the move correctly without much effort, like punching the heavy bag so many times to the point where you do it correctly without even thinking about it.
You don't actually lose the muscle cells they just get "flaccid" and you have to refill them again by working out, that's why people who already worked out come back they get on shape much faster
Yeah, but so is the anxiety that the biceps will tear again...
@Beam your body gains mustle faster the second time rather than the first say my one rep was bench was 300 it too two years to get that if I don't work out and it drops to 200 it won't take two more years to get back to 300
If you've been working out for a very long time, you just sneeze and just like that you're back
@cTG it’s called muscle memory you can gain you muscle back faster
@suhayb alaa Yes
@suhayb alaa no
@Dirty I am 54 does my six pack count
@꧁GlorifiedGremlin꧂ Maybe it's more for very huge guys with big muscle mass, because me myself i was a calisthenics athlete and i didn't lost that much in such short period
My man needs a pedicure
Left arm: 35cmRight arm: 36.5cmOnly boys know
What man the fitness guy or video guy lol
I could smell this comment
Correction power was
////Este video fue ME.SV/MOANNA creado por un momentopara apreciar cuánto esfuerzo pone en elcontenido para nosotros.❤️Son unos de los mejores conciertos, nopuede ir pero de tan solo verlos desdepantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente.
Dude he will be back to where he was SO quickly, it’s not going to be anything to worry about. I hope his recovery is complete!
He never skipped his leg days what a legend
But nail day
12k likes and 15 comments - I can help with that
But he definitely skipped the toenail clipping days
We not finna let them toes slide 😭
@Gabe Itch beat her up
@Gabe Itch if you're serious, get it over the counter. If you Google fungal nail infection, you'll see that it's not something you want to let fester
@Gabe Itch just go by urself then tf
Mine look just like his lol and my mom won’t take me to the doctor to get Amit fungal medicine bro🙁
I could smell these comments😭😭
The interesting thing about the human body is that even when one side of the body is injured, you can still train the other side of the body and the injured side will still have progress or will maintain its size or strength. That's why it's never recommended to stop training a muscle group all together but to train the uninjured side still; it will prevent atrophy and loss of strength on the injured side.Edit: I mentioned here the word "progress" when, in reality, I shouldn't have. I should have said that training an uninjured limb will help in preventing the injured limb to lose muscle or strength. But this depends on the length of time the limb is not training of course, the type of injury, and the person. My apologies for confusing anyone!
@juaniusm only to a small extent. Considering the muscle imbalance that could create it might be smart to stick to cardio and non-unilateral training
Another interesting thing is his toenails
@Conner Young I guess I had poor choice of words with that part. You're right about the progress and I am not sure why I said that. I guess i was just thinking fast. I'm sorry that I made it confusing for everyone. But it is true that when you train an uninjured limb, the injured limb won't lose as much muscle or strength if you were to just stop training a muscle group completely. There are a lot of factors to consider, as to how long the limb isn't being trained, the type of training, the intensity, and so on. There are recent study articles that you can view that talks more in depth about this topic. At the end of the day, it's still better to train one side of the body if you can't use the other side for a certain period of time than to completely stop training. 😄
@@juaniusm That isn't what you said though. You said you would even see progress with the injured side, and you won't. Nor will you prevent atrophy by doing so.
I’ve had a nerve injury affecting the left side of my upper body for 9 months now and managed to maintain a decent amount of muscle mass, not this bad despite still significant wastage.I’m finally seeing a surgeon next week (took so long because it’s a 1 in 100,000 condition that was finally just diagnosed).Good luck to him, will be interesting to see how long it takes!
bro, let's get him to the foot doctor first for those infected toenails
Now we get to see how muscle memory really works
@Corpsie but your muscles aren’t remembering anything, they don’t have a brain. It’s a strange term. That’s my point.
@Corpsie words can and should change.
@Papa pronator u literally just said the definition of muscle memory my guy
@Gamer🙂🎮 ain’t nb calling that shit muscle nuclei it’s been called muscle memory for years
I’m willing to bet anything he didn’t loose 10kg of muscle in only 3 months when it took him probably like 5 years to gain all of that, but muscle memory will take care of it. If he did loose 10kg of muscle in 3 months (again, probably not even half of that) it should only take about a month for him to get it back. He won’t be needing 90 days. Muscle memory works about 3 times faster to recover or regain muscle lost.
This is entirely relatable, both times when I broke my collarbone my left arm experienced this. Tough to come back from and still figuring it all out. Hopefully there is a guide and some advice!
Tore my ACL for a 2nd time in 2021, and that's when I found out how quickly muscular atrophy can really set in. Took 2 weeks for my quad to essentially disappear. A year and a half after surgery and I'm still trying to get that mass back
I feel for this guy. Just when I was starting to get into working out consistently I learned of an issue with a nerve in my elbow and needed surgery. Had same exact brace as him. Worst part was at the same time I had a bad hamstring injury I played through at end of soccer season. Still in recovery from both and starting band work on my noodle arm as a part of therapy.
He gets everything back in a month, because he's natural.
Bro sounds so chill even tho he tore his muscle 💀
Dat word meer rukken
Finally a comment talking about it
@MajorLobster don't try to save face now hahaha
@joseph norem possibly implied all the muscle that he gained and not every single muscle tissue. otherwise he'd be dead
10 years ago after winning my first bodybuilding show I had a spine injury causing muscle atrophy on my left side. My left tricep, pec and lat disappeared. I was 10 years into lifting consistently so it was devastating. Within 2 weeks of surgery I got back at it. I still deal with chronic pain but it's just something I have to accept and keep working.
I was also working out very well for almost a year and was making very good progress. I injured my neck, ulnar nerve and sciatica through sports and training combined. I haven't worked out for more than 3 years and lost all my muscles and I cannot work out because the pain comes back. Stay safe and train safe guys., think long term.
Can't wait to see the video. I'll never take prowrestlers especially after injury for granted again. 😭 It's hard enough just keeping that physic. But then having to train to not only be of that size again but to rebuild their stamina and endurance again is super admirable.
I lost almost 50 ponds and almost all muscle mass after breaking my leg in the first play of my first varsity game my freshman year oh high school this was weeks after I had grown 7 inches in two months while leaning out and losing 40 pounds in the process going from 5’2 @187 - 510 @143
Won’t even take 90 days, he’ll be back to normal in 60
@Google Profile 7 weeks
@Hugo Sánchez 100% mexicano If you think he's taking steroids then you need help my friend
@Google Profile false you need roids too
Not even, it takes only 2 to 3 weeks on consistent training and diet
"His left arm is around 35cm, while his right arm is around 36.5cm"*Immediately goes to check comments.*
Omg that's hilarious 😂
Exactly 😂. We ain't gon talk about that 😂
Muscle tearing like that scares me so bad. I'm just waiting for it to happen to me. I'd rather break a bone, there's something about muscle tearing that gives me shivers.
I was forced into retirement after a line of duty injury on the fire department. Went through 16 operations on my arms, back, and left leg over the past 4 years. To say I can’t recognize myself is sometimes an understatement.My weight has dropped a little, but the size difference is nuts! It’s going to take years to get back.
As a person who injured a shoulder and had to wait it out - I can empathize. Just seeing your gains evaporate is horrible. But thank God there is a thing called muscle memory
Bro just started talking to the camera whilst his friends bicep is torn💀
@Vojtěch Rozek it wouldn't make sense, unless the guy tore his biceps to make the video, how would this guy be prepared to do such a scripted comment otherwise? It's clearly a joke
@Thiago check closely his biceps when it tore. Looks real
@lior it's a joke
@Ethertask Sebastian lmfao
@Mahesh Bibe bro can't do SHEESH anymore 💀
I feel you bro! Over summer I had more spine surgery, was in hospital for a month, you can only imagine how much weight and muscle I lost 😡!! It sucks!!!! Apple juice and graham crackers won’t keep the muscle on! Lol
I tore my bicep and hgh fixed it in a couple weeks
I’ve taken two to three breaks periodically in the past two years and I haven’t lost much strength. Muscle memory will aid in gaining the mass back. It isn’t as crazy as he’s making it seem
a reminder for anyone that needs it: in all seriousness, this just shows that body image/looks aren’t everything and shouldn’t be everything. the body changes so much especially due to lifestyle, physical or mental health conditions and so forth. at the end of the day it isn’t the end of the world if you do lose (in his case) all the muscle he spent so hard gaining. it’s a personal passion of working out if that’s what keeps him mentally and physically healthy and happy/satisfied with his life which is great if that’s for him- but it’s also okay to have a setback that changes everything such as what he went through 🤍
I've been through pretty much the same it's soul destroying how fast muscle fall off compared how long it takes to build up
Muscle memory exists so once u work super hard, it kinda stay there forever so no worries~ When u made ur first step to get better, u already r winner of ur life 😊Big love and respect from 🇯🇵 to u guys~
Muscle memory is insanely powerful. Im 27, was a competing bodybuilder at age 18, worked out for years. Stopped working out at 22 due to addiction issues and serious injuries from training. Ive started working out a few months ago and gone from a 35cm arms to 39.5 cm its like steroids.
It’s hard man😂. I tore my ACL and I lost so much muscle mass in my left leg but also the rest of my body since I stopped working out. I’m 6 weeks post surgery and I’m starting to workout again so hopefully I can gain something back
bro is still more fit than me 💀
@AntonioDucc you can , just be consistent , stop with the negativity
That’s sad bro…
@Name it’s actually a lot or lose when you have done it everyday for the rest of your life
His body barley changed lol
@AntonioDucc ahhh the typical loser that blames his genes. Dude be quiet. I got diabetes type 1, Asthma and i am ill every month for a week. I am still 1,74m 82kg with abs
I'm on the same journey tore my bicep tendon, finally starting to workout slowly I'll make a video soon as well. Good luck on the recovery
This is such a good thing to share. I deal with nerve problems that affect how much I can use my muscles. the signals don't get sent properly because my nerves are compressed by the muscles in my neck and shoulders, so everything takes more work. After nearly a year of nerve pains, I lost most of my muscle strength in my dominant arm. Once I finally had insurance, I had physiotherapy. I've been slowly getting more muscle back.(my nerve issues might never go away, but at the very least I can still function)
Super interesting. I had heart surgery nearly 3 months ago as a fit 19 year old and it hasn’t been easy coming to terms with all the muscle loss and fat gain 🥲But I can finally start doing active things again and I’m fucking excited
Last month, playing soccer i tore cartilage on my knee, I had to go into surgery and ive lost 15 pounds of muscle so far. My leg is the smallest its ever been. Somehow though, that only motivates me to recover faster and get back to where I was and further. I'm already 3 weeks ahead of where I should be in the recovery process and I plan to get the largest legs I naturally can.
I was in the peak shape of my life when I left the USMC. Less than a month later I was hit by a truck going 45mph while I was on foot. The only reason I survived is because the truck had enough clearance to go over my body without dragging me. I spent three months in the hospital and had three years of surgeries to finally repair my shattered pelvis properly. That meant I spent most of those three years in a bed. I'm kind of a shell of my former self and yet I'm as close to 100% as I'll ever be. I used to love working out but all this shit made me lose that drive. I hope I can find it again
Dude you're strong af now mentally i bet!
Thank you for your service and I pray you return to full strength in Jesus Name. You can do it.
Bro, you’re lucky to still be with us. That’s more than enough for you to try again, for all those that lost that chance. (edit:typo)
I am wishing you all the best, brother
Get back in it Man! Use the fuel for motivation, slowly it'll turn into dedication and then a habit, but now is a better time than ever to start workin out, your obviously contemplating it, now you just gotta do 1 day, push yourself to do 1 day and the next day you'll be back for more, after a week, the motivation will have consumed you, get after it Man!
Losing the ability to do what you love is one of the most depressing things that can happen. I went through depression when I couldnt work out, run or do muay thai because I broke a bone in my foot. So believe it or not, this guy must be hurting to lose what he worked so hard to gain. And will take years to get it back naturally.
I had a surgery done after 1 year of good quality pure exercise! No proteins taken! Just normal workouts! I lost almost all my gained muscle during that year! It is so hard to get back to track, keep it up kings and appreciate your health before it goes away!
Reminds me of myself during lockdown. Thankfully I'm back to being how I was before Covid. It does take less time once you've already achieved a particular physique.
Had this happen to me, keep grinding bro ❤❤❤❤
Muscle memory is crazy! I had a colon disease and was in the hospital for one month and could almost eat nothing because of my colon. I was 80kg and pretty muscular, after one month in hospital almost without being able to move and eat, I got down to 63kg... I lost all muscles and looked like a stick! After getting better and out of the hospital, I ate a TON of protein and calories and got back to 75kg in just 3 months and had all my muscles back with even more defined muscles and that with just light training🙌🏻
I broke my hand about a month ago. Can't wait to get back to the gym. I feel your pain bro. :(
The same thing happened to me with a rotator cuff injury. I ended up losing 30 pounds of muscle.
Hard work is the most beautiful part of all of this. To anyone struggling and to the guy if he reads this, you're doing what you can and you look fierce and amazing. Everytime you look into the mirror, remember all the hard work of your life❤️❤️
Muscle memory is finna bless this guy
@RIDDHIJIT SEN yup
@Sayfu HQ bro plays roblox for sure
@hunterek ... sorry was there a joke somewhere i missed?
this is great r/woosh material
I havent been training for years and i still have almost all of my muscles. I dont know how people manage to lose their muscles this quickly unless they were heavily on supplements or maybe even roids. Which will heavily deflate you once you get off from them.
I was brace free 9 days after surgery. Had to work on movement for a few weeks then went to pt after that. No muscle loss and hardly any strength loss.
Theory of detraining says it takes half the time you took off to recondition. Assuming his bicep is fully healed he’ll rebound in 50 days, so 90 days is overkill
I had a similar thing, it threw me off and I didn't get back in to training for 6 years after 3 years of lifting. After a few months of training the muscle and strength came back so fast
I broke my tibia, weighed 160 pre injury right now I lost 12lbs now I'm 148lbs still got some time to recover, muscle atrophy is the real deal lol can't wait to go back to work out 💪
Fun fact (studying exercise in college so not an expert but am required to read scholarship) your body likes homeostasis so much, that if you exercise your non injured side, your injured side will catch back up and/or make new progress to match the un injured side
@Trey Savage I mean it’s anecdotal but also first hand, I hurt my wriest real bad and couldn’t use the arm at all for months however I refused to give up on working out so did single arm dumbbell bench, dumbbell curls, single arm Cuban press, one armed pushups, everything I could think of and hitting core and leg day a lot, the arm definitely lost some mass but not nearly as much as I was expecting and I retained a surprising amount of strength
I’d be interested to see some of the research on that. Because I know that research has shown that muscle damage isn’t actually thought anymore to be the main driver of muscle growth, but surely mechanical tension is still required for each individual muscle to have stimulus and grow. If what your saying is true couldn’t someone just cut their total volume in half by working only half of their body each session and let the other side catch up? Or is this something only related to injuries and is only minor?
I had a very similar thing happen I tore a ligament in my arm and went 100 days with not working out. It's crazy how much muscle I lost.
Tearing your own muscle apart is not a pleasant feeling, he definitely took it really well.
"Okay, so he just tore his biceps off."
@NK yes its obvious but the skit is funny
How can you idiots even in the replies not see that it's two layered videos with one on a green screen on top of a workout recording capturing the original incident
Didn't he just edit himself talking into the vid?
@Tbr Lanchelot looked like a green screen
@Josiah Maloney yes
I love how his arm just snaps then this guy comes inside of the camera and explains what just happened
I use to work out a lot when I was young and now it's been 5 years I've lost my 6 pack and I'm slowly losing my muscles on my shoulders but I work as a package handler so there hanging in there lol
To be faking honest dude still looks in good shape even after 100 days losing 10 kg of muscle he still looks good,it wonttake him too much time to get back better like he was first because of muscle memory and secondly motivation is always there
I tore my bicep and couldn’t work out for 120 days, this was not being able to do any workout that could induce re injury. After that I could do pushing workouts. I couldn’t do any pulling workouts for 6 months. I didn’t lose anything. Within those 129 days or not working out I didn’t lose anything. Maybe people react differently to not working out for a bit. Idk.
He still have the same amount of muscle fiber, he can just continue work out and it will take less time to gain back the same physique as he was back then. And nope, it's not called "muscle memory" that's a different thing.
Bro tore his bicep to do this experiment for us. You earn my respect!*Respect theme plays in the background*
I got my hand injured before, fracture on metacarpal bone. recovery takes 7 months to be fully able to do things without pain/discomfort. it's difficult to workout when your hand is injured, can't do pushup and stuff. but I can still do aerobic and basketball drill using my left arm. that didn't last long, I ended up watching more youtube.
Really wish I could live at a place that helps people like him get back in shape. I really need help, and my current situation isn't helping.
Moral of the story. Working out is a never ending battle
@Dan Danger unlike you, I'm giving reason behind my point
This is exaggerated for views I didn't lose all my muscle after getting lazy with it during covid and being furloughed and taking a year and a half off, so some guy ain't gunna lose 100% in 3 and a half months, unless he was in a massive caloric defecit, he would lose some yeah and mainly alot of strength but not even close to 100%unless he was starving himself
@Oye Hoye do pushups
@Oye Hoye fatherless mindset
Just for clarity; this is one of the few that looked like a natural cut, but his workout was clearly focused on defining (toning/cutting) those muscles (just look at the squared edges of his pects lol). I'd like to see the empirical data gathering afterwards to focus more on loss of strength rather than "loss of muscle". I don't think actual strength (think of farmers) dissipates that fast?
I broke my collar bone in 2 spots and did no recovery methods just let it sit… tooks months to get it mobile but took years to do anything major… work it out as soon as possible because i did nothing and now 2 years later I finally have the strength back and i used to be able to throw 80lbs bales of hay now i can lift them and set them but its getting better and its been just over 2 years since my accident (p.s. motorcycle accident and much more then a collar bine got screwed up including ribs)
there's like no change, but this is showing how disordered my brain is. i was thinking about that happening to me and i was genuinely stressed, but there's literally nothing wrong and hardly any difference.
Interesting thing. There is research that claims that working out just one side will help with the other side as well.So, he should've exercised his healthy bicep.
strictly speaking, he didn't really lose all his muscles but mostly glycogen stored inside them. Once he gets back to his workout and gets enough nutrition, his muscles will return to how it looked before the accident in no time.
thats genuinely shocking i didn't know its that easy to lose the muscle
That's scary AF. I was about to tear my biceps yesterday and the fact that it would prevent me from working out for 3 months straight is even scarier.
Yep! I had a nasty bicep tear and it fucked over all my gains in the long run. Also didnt take it seriously so thats on me lol. It really sucks though.
“He lost all his muscle in 100 days”Lol. Never underestimate body recomp and muscle memory. I completely quit gym for 3 years and after 4 months of training, I get back all what I lost.
I went thru a similar experience fighting cancer and it sucks losing all your muscle and having to gain it back, but I will say that the body remembers the strength that it’s had before and it will get back to it quicker than the first time. So if for whatever reason you’re not able to train, or youre sick, or maybe you’ve lost motivation for a long period and lost it all, don’t be discouraged because your body remembers and it wants to be fit again, AKA muscle memory. And this gives you an opportunity to start from scratch, so not only do you have muscle memory on your side, you’re now equipped with all the knowledge you’ve gained from the first time you built your physique. So when you build your physique the second time, you now know what works for you, what you like, what your strengths and weaknesses were the first time, etc. I’ve lost my physique completely, but I gained it back and looked way better than before.
Well that's two guys called Timothy who've had their muscles messed up by cancer, it really is horrible, it just becomes hard to eat 3 meals a day and working out is basically impossible, even when it was stage 1, it was damn near impossible, even a year after recovery I still notice the remnants of what it left me with and working outs nowhere easy as it was and that's insane to say for an 18 year old. But ultimately I assume we both came back stronger and pushed through anyway. Salute to you brother
You're lucky enough that your arm is good as new after an injury like that. Muscle loss from not constantly working out is the least of your problems
I injured my shoulder and stoped working out for 11 months , lost 2kg of muscle and kept the same level of body fat , I just kept the same diet and did running , I think I have really good genetics to keep my muscles even when I stop training
Worked out for 2 years straight 18-20 and build some decent muscle and I took a year off the gym and got fat and now I’m 21 and 1 month into the gym trying to gain back all that I lost it’s tough starting again but it is what it is
“Ok so he just tore his bicep off”stares intently at it
My dad was involved in a horrific accident was in and out of hospitals for over a year, survived. Weighed around 200 lbs at the time of the accident and around 110 lbs when he was able to walk again. It took him around 7 months to get back to around the same shape. Muscle memory is very real.
Congrats to your dad! Very happy he’s able to walk again.
he must've not been eating enough and taking in enough nutrients (which is the nutritional practitioners fault partly)
Why weren’t you feeding the man
I totally understand. I got hit by a car last summer and I’m still recovering
He'll get that back in like 3 weeks..muscle memory be crazy, and it's forever
Dislocated my knee 6 months ago. Couldn't use my leg for weeks and lost enough muscle on the leg that I couldn't lift it by myself. Had to use my hands to pick it up and put it down. I've begun to work out and gained some of the muscle back, but it's its still slimmer than the other one. At least I can walk normally. I hope I'll be able to run and jump in the near future.
My husband was really big and muscular. Had a 6 year history with fitness. We met at the gym married etc. COVID happened he stopped going to the gym while I, pregnant kept working out. Late 2022 rolls and he throws in 2 maybe three workouts a week, skipping weeks at a time. The amount of muscle he has gained back doing almost nothing is insane…while me, I have gained muscle but it’s taken years and working out way harder than he has!
Must be irritating to lose all that in 100 days!Edit: thanks for all the likes:)
Clearly you are joking, the guy was healthy, but he did not have a bunch of extra muscle.
@ARCAD3BLOODHe did tear his muscle while working out accidentally, and monitored his body. Clip at the start was a reenactment. This is so fkin obvious nobody wants to explain it.Youre either trolling or you have negative iq
@ARCAD3BLOOD I don’t really think he injured his bicep for this but I can see what you’re saying
@ARCAD3BLOOD nah no you’re right they’re just idiots. They’re the same people who think 99% of TV shows aren’t staged
I see another reason why we should use lbs
He can get it back better and stronger after a injury. Reminded me of my broken leg injury.
It depends on genetics. I stopped working out for a year and didn’t shrink at all. It takes multiple years before I start losing my gains
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He still looks good 👍 but can't wait to see him ripped again💪
Brah I wen from 35 to 31 in 2 months then I started working out again 2 went from 31 to 36 in 1 month .oh and this while being vegan and super skinny hard Gainer (52 kg) now 58 🥰
Low key, this makes me happy. Not for his mishap but for the fact that I haven't hit the gym since the wife got pregnant and I'm like bro you fat muck move
With dedication like that he will be back up in no time!
If he fully recovered then he should be able to get back all he's lost within a couple of weeks. Pretty easy to gain back muscle after injury layoffs.
I lost a bunch of mouscle cause i was sick for a few weeks and it honestly really hit me i didnt even want to work out anymore but i decided to just do it and got it back hella fast so alhamdullilah for that im praying the same happens to you brother
Alhamdulillah. Before u work out make it an act of ibadah. Rectify ur intentions and say to urself ur doing it to please Allah, to keep the body He gave u as an amanah healthy and fit.
When I broke my hand I could pretty much only do curls with my other hand and everybody told me that my non broken arm was going to be jacked. Now a year later I am stronger with the hand I broke
Hot take: he doesn't need to "get fit again", he still _is_ fit. Not as defined, certainly, but still incredibly healthy.
My non broken arm would’ve been the same because of this workout I do twice a day
I love how he says "his bicep tore off" 😂😂😂😂 like what?
I feel your pain my dude I went from 185lbs to floating around 150 after a back injury