Exercise & FitnessThe Importance of Functional Strength Training | Joe Rogan & Pat McNamara Al Wallace2 years ago301 mins Taken from Joe Rogan Experience #1262 w/Pat McNamara: source Post navigation Previous: Glute Exercise Progressions! | Episode 26Next: 15 นาที สร้าง Six Pack เล่นที่บ้าน ไม่ต้องใช้อุปกรณ์ | Home Workout 30 thoughts on “The Importance of Functional Strength Training | Joe Rogan & Pat McNamara” Farmer walks are soooo fucking amazing!!!! Reply Joe pulls off his top shirt just to show this guy he ain't shit. Reply 37k of steel a night ov avg at a moderate cardio pace, Occasionally increased to get some shit done. I swear to god man… nothing got me in better shape Reply Aesthetic is a byproduct of hard workouts, rightly said. People worry so much for biceps and curls but do give enough shit to chin ups that would build these as a byproduct while making them actually strong and badass. Similarly many people fear lower back injury from deadlift but don't realize that it actually builds the back and saves from injury when proper form is used. Injury occurs by not training a muscle and not by training it properly. For cardio & fat loss, high rep kettelbell swings, burpees, and box jumps can do more than just that compared to an hour long on treadmill. Reply Steroids.. Reply joe taking his flannel shirt off while awkwardly maintaining eye contact is a mood Reply Omg haha just look at Joe's face when he the brick swing video, he is like I'll never do that😅 Reply I'd love to see David Goggins and this guy sit down and talk. That would be amazing! Reply This is a great approach to strength training. I was not convinced at this gentlemans's answer to Joe's question on 'cardio workout'…-aerobic exercise-, but he is obviously in fantastic shape. Reply I love watching Pat, and definitely an inspiration, but I see a trend in Americans, especially in the gun/Vet world of being big… He has a decent amount of body fat too (not saying he's fat, but not shredded either) he's a big guy, and people like him or Jocko make easier targets.. They're not weak by any means, but think about that.. People laugh at my frame, or those the size of Bruce Lee, I may not be able to pick up a lot of weight, but I move quick, and harder to see Reply Of course Reply Love Pat, however functional training is neither training nor practice. Training is specific to the adaptation. Practice is specific to the movement. You don't need to "move in the transversal" plane to develop back strength to do everyday movements. This just simply isn't evidence based. Reply “Motion is lotion” – Pat Reply I’ve been working out really frikn hard every frikn day, running, hiking, walking, gym, home work outs. More the modern way I guess. Seeing results but not happy bc in the back of my mind (maybe bc of military background) I still feel weak. Seeing this video I confirm my suspicions. Lack of core strength which is best built the way the gentleman described. Yep I’m chopping some damn trees down tm and definitely adding some farmers walks. Thank you Joe my man Reply CAUTION with a farmer walk…: Start with short walks and low weight and build up to longer and heavier or you will kill your knees! A similar but fabulous exercise is lunges with a dumb bell! Reply Turkish what? Reply Pat looks like the guy at the bar that knocksout like 3 guys trying to jump him😂 Reply Why not just work a blue collar job and get paid to work out? Reply i would destroy my balls with that cinder block exercise Reply Mans speaking straight facts Reply This dude is in denial his back is not built up his opiate intake is horrible form Mac Reply This man is a real life Hellboy. Reply This guys is the definition of "I like to lift things up and put them down" Reply bail hay, build fences, rope, ride, train horses…. then talk to me. Reply This guy spoke straight facts the entire time.. A lot of mf’s need to listen to this man Reply I love this dude! 😂 he’s straight forward! And that’s it!💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽 Reply Joe looks BAKED Reply Nothing beats farm boy strong Reply On the money Reply Don't forget the hgh and roids Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.