I Have a Hernia! (NOW WHAT?)

Hernias are one of the most common injuries suffered by men, with over 25% of all men likely to suffer one in their lifetime. That said, when you consider the increased risk in populations who lift weights, the numbers become even more staggering. The question is, what happens if you get a hernia? Are your days of lifting weights over? In this video, I’m going to answer the most common questions about hernias and tell you what to do to fix a hernia if you get one (if you even need to).

First, it helps to discuss a little bit about what a hernia even is. There are many different types of hernias but the one that is most commonly seen is called an inguinal hernia, which occurs in the inguinal canal or groin.

At birth, you are born with a weakened tissue in the lower abdominal wall due to the opening that never fully closes called the inguinal ring. When intra-abdominal pressure rises, such as though coughing, sneezing, or lifting heavy weights, the contents of the abdomen can be pressed against this hole causing it to gradually break down over time.

At the point that the hole is large enough, some of the internal structures, like the small intestine, can be pushed through the hole while still under the skin of course which can cause a dull or sharp ache in the groin area.

Anyone that suffers a hernia when lifting will likely see a visible bulge in the area just to the right or left of the pubic area. The question then becomes whether or not you should have hernia surgery to fix the problem.

If you were to opt for surgery there are two types of repairs that are performed. The first is one that isn’t often done anymore due to its increased failure rate. This is called a high tension repair. It involved sewing up the hole from the outside in. The sutures often break however as soon as IAP increases in the abdomen through any of the activities listed above.

On the other hand, the mesh surgery is something much more commonly done these days. It is called a low tension repair because the hole is never attempted to be closed and the tension on the tissues in the area remains low. Instead, a large piece of mesh is implanted on the inner abdomen that covers the hole and prevents the contents from pushing through the hole. Even if the hole becomes bigger over time, the mesh is large enough to cover the area and prevent aggravating the symptoms again.

I had two hernias in my life.

The first was repaired laparoscopically with a mesh and has been holding up well for the last 10 years.

The second occurred while demonstrating an exercise I was instructing you not to do, the one arm dumbbell row, back in 2013. I have lived with this hernia ever since and have opted to take a watch and wait approach. This is something that many choose to do as well but is it the right thing to do?

If you choose not to get surgery you have to understand the risks and what type of things you need to be on the lookout for. First, you should try and avoid exercises like the one armed dumbbell row. The offloaded arm combined with the position of the knee up on the bench and the back leg behind you creates increased tension in the area while allowing gravity a better opportunity to push the inner abdominal contents down.

A tripod stance on the exercise fixes many of the limitations that come with the performance of the exercise done this way.

The other thing to be mindful of is the use of exercises that greatly increase intraabdominal pressure (IAP) like the deadlift, squat or even leg press. I’m not saying that you have to forego these exercises if you have a hernia. Not at all. In fact, I think that would be a greater mistake in the long run if you did. You simply have to understand that these exercises require greater bracing which increases IAP and places more inner to outer pressure that can increase risk of further herniation.

Lowering the weight on the exercises a bit while wearing a belt can help to mitigate some of these stresses. The belt gives your abdomen something to press into while helping to keep the abdominal contents centralized. The lighter weights will decrease the increases in IAP that substantially heavy weights demand. You may explore alternative bracing techniques as well that decrease the need for IAP a bit by including a focus on isometric stabilization of the rectus abdominis and transverse abdominis.

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  2. T D

    T DPrije 8 dana

    Got the Desarda repair and so glad I did years of research.

  3. kapil bhadana

    kapil bhadanaPrije 17 dana

    coccyx pain video upload plzzzzz sir plzzzzzzzzzzz plzzzzzz 🙏🙏

  4. D'Mitri Roman

    D'Mitri RomanPrije 24 dana

    @ATHLEAN-X after your done your push,pull,legs series could you do an upper/lower series?

  5. Sonu Morais F

    Sonu Morais FPrije 24 dana

    I am Happy to see this video. And I am having bilateral inguinal hernia. Can you advise me some exercises that not stress my inguinal hernia.😇

  6. The fitness challenger

    The fitness challengerPrije 26 dana

    Jeff I did the 30 day pullups and pushups challenge what u think about my results

  7. Cosmic Perspective

    Cosmic PerspectivePrije 14 sati

    Everything I have told you Is killing your chances of not having hernia

  8. John Titor

    John TitorPrije dan

    Now im scared to even walk!

  9. Biggus Dickus

    Biggus DickusPrije dan

    I think what you mean is the Hernia Belt/ truss. The lifting belt is also nice, but i dont think thats what he meant

  10. Gregor Faganel

    Gregor FaganelPrije dan

    Hello, I currently have a hernia problem. I wonder what size hernia you have to train with without surgery? Thanks for the help.

  11. Caio Nascimento

    Caio NascimentoPrije dan

    Suggestion: make one about lumbar disk hernia

  12. jeffrin auxilium

    jeffrin auxiliumPrije dan


  13. Henry Duru

    Henry DuruPrije dan

    This video is exactly what I need....woow

  14. Todd Bell

    Todd BellPrije dan

    I've had this complication and what he says is true it works

  15. skogenburzum

    skogenburzumPrije dan

    I had an inguinal hernia in 2013 and it sucks, but it's not as bad as the repair. The repair fucking sucks and it.....just flat out sucks.

  16. Mounir B

    Mounir BPrije 2 dana

    OK, doesn't tell us how to fix it, or how to avoid it... Should we train to get those muscles stronger... To avoid hernia???

  17. Craig Mchugh

    Craig MchughPrije 2 dana

    I got diagnosed with a hernia recently and never felt any sort of pain like you said, just had this aching for a while and then this bulge started to appear.

  18. Jacked Wooper

    Jacked WooperPrije 3 dana

    Having a hernia is killing your gains!

  19. istvan borbely

    istvan borbelyPrije 3 dana

    I have the same hernia sense I was born . . I am using a hernia bellt . It's literally same as underwear just we'ry tight in the area off the inghinal pressure. I need to wear it every day . And it's helping me out big time. I can lift heavily without worrying about my hernia . It's really good and cheap .

  20. Vivek Choudury

    Vivek ChouduryPrije 3 dana

    Why do we see some elite athletes suffer from cardiac arrests, although uncommon they still occur despite being in very good physical condition. Thinking of examples like Christian Eriksen recently (thank god he survived) and others in the past.

  21. Leslie Wood

    Leslie WoodPrije 3 dana


  22. George Kalavanos

    George KalavanosPrije 4 dana

    Hi, What do you think about vacuum?

  23. Brandon Cox

    Brandon CoxPrije 4 dana

    Thank you, I've had one for almost 5 years scared to death every time I go to the gym. I've noticed my diet helps alot

  24. Arturo Alpizar Garcia

    Arturo Alpizar GarciaPrije 5 dana

    Jeff could you teach a leg and glute routine. That they do not further aggravate the problem of hernias. I have one and it has changed the way I exercise a lot. And I didn't get it at the gym, it was at work.

  25. M.

    M.Prije 5 dana

    Jeff. Thank you for this and every other very informative video you put out. Truly! 5 days ago had bilateral laproscopic inguinal hernia surgery. I was having no visible protrusions but I did have intermittent left testicle pain and from there the ultra sound did reveal the condition. I wanted so badly for the discomfort to go away that I just took the referral from my GP to see the Hernia Specialist and so I got the surgery. That decision made quickly, driven by my pain and general discomfort in the groin. The doctor used a polypropylene mesh from a company called Bard. Here is my question: What kind of mesh did you have put into you. I am reading some (a-lot) of terrifying things on the internet about polypropylene mesh implant products for hernia repair . Where do you stand on this? Do you have concerns too? If you had a time machine would you go about things differently? I am a physically active 48 year old. Don't drink or smoke and, am a bit of a health nut myself. So I'm kind of nerve racked about this subject matter. Again, thank you for your attention and wonderfully informative content.

  26. Finanz Ferdinand

    Finanz FerdinandPrije 5 dana

    Athlean-x was always too skinny for me to follow.

  27. jaison jj

    jaison jjPrije 6 dana

    Hey Jeff, I had been done inguinal Hernia surgery of open type not laproscopic, Iam a huge fan of exercising and fitness. I work in ship, engine room, so there are lot of stairs, heavy lifting objects I would like you to talk about strengthening exercises for our inguinal part so that, our hernia doesn't pop out of the mesh, even though we underwent a surgery. Because I have heard from many doctors, reappearing of hernia after 10 years even after surgeries. So can you please discuss on above some points. God bless you

  28. The Youtube Jisas

    The Youtube JisasPrije 7 dana

    Thanks Jeff

  29. salvador garcia

    salvador garciaPrije 7 dana

    I was operated from 2 inguinal hernias . Left and right.

  30. warelephant77

    warelephant77Prije 7 dana

    Jesse, got it hard doing the risk ways

  31. arnab biswas

    arnab biswasPrije 7 dana

    3:24 That pec tear made me feel that i should not do exercise anymore😰 Just stay home and eat and sleep Too scary to even think that thing😱

  32. Charalampos

    CharalamposPrije 8 dana

    I am 45, this month I did extreme ubs excerices in pullup bar and I feel a pain down to my stomach when I cough. I have a prostate problem too for about two years. Should I continue to make pullups and pushups or I have to rest for two weeks for example. When you have these problems, sex would be a deteriorate factor. I am not a person who goes and rely on doctors.

  33. T D

    T DPrije 8 dana

    Got the Desarda repair and so glad I did years of research.

  34. Alex A

    Alex APrije 9 dana

    I have 2 one on my back and second one on bellybutton what should I do?

  35. Canelón Liberal

    Canelón LiberalPrije 9 dana

    9:20 Wow he can do that but he can't give whipped cream up? It must be delicious

  36. Ira Smith

    Ira SmithPrije 10 dana

    The standard of care is the repair with mesh and it is very dangerous to put off an inguinal hernia your bowel can become strangulated

  37. avinash

    avinashPrije 10 dana

    Does abs workout cause hernia. And what about just walking while carrying some heavy weights?

  38. carcass cruncher

    carcass cruncherPrije 10 dana

    There are several types of hernias. Umbilical (belly button), inguinal (I believe is right testicle area), femoral (left testicle), and I think the last is abdominal (anywhere on the abdomen that isnt what was already said). Hernias suck. I've been feeling one ready to burst thru the inguinal for many years now. Sometimes I would feel a shift from right nut to left nut (maybe just some feces passing to small intestine). Not a good feeling. I take it easy with abs now and do isometric exercises like a kegel type exercise and I think it has helped. I dont do them religiously but it seems that doing them seems to have helped. I feel like I should do more to tighten everything up though.

  39. Aspect Dank

    Aspect DankPrije 11 dana

    Jeff talking: 😃 Jesse staring into my soul: 😳

  40. funk master22

    funk master22Prije 11 dana

    I just got hernia surgery. It feels like a gorilla beat my balls with a fkin club. Ho lee fk. No wonder you didnt get the second 1 fixed. I dont know that i could voluntarily do this again.

  41. Nikolay Todorov

    Nikolay TodorovPrije 11 dana

    Hi Jeff and Jesse. I have a one and a half year old daughter and haven't slept well for the last one and a half years. So my question is what would be your advice to people dealing with chronic lack of sleep which inevitably becomes a problem for training and recovery but not only. It actually affects your whole life and health. How would you deal with it on a daily basis and what can make things better (bearing in mind that just getting some more sleep is not an option, regardless of the reason). Thank you.

  42. Groneveltt

    GronevelttPrije 12 dana

    I had laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair 7 months ago. No complications afterwards, almost no pain. I had very good surgeon. After 3 months I resumed normal gym trainings. Right now I just avoid almost all exercises in which I have to move heavy weights in a standing position. The only one that I still do are squats (goblin) with relatively light dumbbell. But I still make progress and right now I look better then I did before injury. I'm 35. My advice - if you have hernia, find good surgeon and fix it. Surgery is not that bad, really. I took painkillers only for 1,5 day after the surgery

  43. fairman14065

    fairman14065Prije 12 dana

    Can weakness in the abdominal wall be strengthened to avoid a hernia? I've had a hernia repaired and would like to avoid it again!

  44. Christopher Van Slambrouck

    Christopher Van SlambrouckPrije 12 dana

    Good stuff guys. I have a hernia but its from my belly button. How does this differ?

  45. Aviation Connoisseur

    Aviation ConnoisseurPrije 12 dana

    that hernia is killing your gains 4

  46. Ricardo Bautista

    Ricardo BautistaPrije 13 dana

    Jeff has a video of how to fix chondromalacia patella? , and if someone who suffers from it can continue to go to the gym, please 🙏

  47. Eric Santarsiero

    Eric SantarsieroPrije 13 dana

    Question: If working out in a fasted state requires your body to use fat/carbs as an energy source, does taking pre-workout bypass that, making you only use the energy from the pre-workout? Let me spell something rong to get your attenshun.

  48. Sarath_Sanagavarapu

    Sarath_SanagavarapuPrije 13 dana

    thank you sir for explaining well even am having hernia from my 2nd class that means from 20years

  49. FreexiPXP Beatz

    FreexiPXP BeatzPrije 13 dana

    He turned his head in coughed 😱

  50. Dheeraj Pratap Singh

    Dheeraj Pratap SinghPrije 13 dana

    Is it fine to lift moderate weight to build the muscles or heavy weight And for how long

  51. narendra vanka

    narendra vankaPrije 13 dana

    got bubbles on my calfs while running, seems like pop out, what i have to do???????????????????

  52. Gigsher

    GigsherPrije 14 dana

    This always happens to me when I deadlift even when it's lightweight for warming up.

  53. ZERO Time

    ZERO TimePrije 11 dana

    You must have one big junk

  54. mihael kes10

    mihael kes10Prije 14 dana

    A big mistake people with hernia do is that they eat as soon as they wake up, and food in their stomach makes pressure to their abdominal wall so it makes hernia to pop out really easily and sometimes it really ruin your day in early morning, also from my own experience I know it's not good for hernia to drink water right after the meal. My routine is to do some body weight exercises when i wake up, it's usually pull ups, and then go to the work or I do something in my back yard, and I have breakfast 3, 4 or even 5 hours after waking up. This proved to be good solution for me and my hernia which I have 5 years already, since my 15. And Man thank you for the video, now I know I am not the only one who lay down until hernia go back in 😅. 💪🏼👋🏼

  55. Kyiox

    KyioxPrije 14 dana

    Dude this is unbelievable. The moment I have a feeling that I have hernia, you post this. This is amazing

  56. Dogstar

    DogstarPrije 14 dana

    I got a hernia while under a desk at a clients house. It popped when I was on my back routing cables. I popped it back in and kept my finger on it until I left. It’s been ok for 9 years now.

  57. Dan jonJaik

    Dan jonJaikPrije 14 dana

    After watching this video, I canceled my gym membership

  58. Ashley Burt

    Ashley BurtPrije 14 dana

    I have a Inguinal hernia (waiting for an operation) what are the best weights sessions to train around it? also new to weights.. and training.

  59. TicTacTom

    TicTacTomPrije 15 dana

    I've had a hernia before I cant stress enough how annoying they are try your hardest bot to get one it's so inconvenient

  60. Steven Esquibel

    Steven EsquibelPrije 15 dana

    Hey Jeff Jeff I got a rib slip of my muscle I feel when I do abs work out most people do my pelvic area would be slipping over bone I feel closer to hip abductors Along with my upper rib cage being uneven left side is more raised then right and when I contact my abs enough on left side it slips on it too

  61. S

    SPrije 15 dana

    Learned something new today. In my langue we only talk about hernia's when it's the spine. Now I know the full English meaning of the word. Although in latin it's still hernia inguinalis ofc, if im nog mistaking. Have a wonderful day.

  62. J M

    J MPrije 15 dana

    Just had a repair. Recover sucks but is quick. I’m already back in the gym doing light strain. It’s not the end. Just get it fixed.

  63. David Pasten

    David PastenPrije 15 dana

    Jeff, hi, my name is David. Due to a problem in the hip, I have a muscular imbalance, so I have a muscular leg and a very muscular leg, can you recommend exercises to develop only the left leg. Thank you so much

  64. Timothy Goodkey

    Timothy GoodkeyPrije 16 dana

    I have an umbilical hernia that I'm pretty sure I got after deadlifting. I had a laproscopic appendectomy about 3 years ago that weakend my abdominal wall. No pain and have been working out at home during this whole pandemic. A little worried about when I go back to the gym and start squatting and deadlifting with barbells again.

  65. Son Goku

    Son GokuPrije 16 dana

    I dont feel like working out now

  66. Mark Cogdill

    Mark CogdillPrije 16 dana

    Jeff, I was doing leg raises and my abs contracted so hard that it felt my abs were folding in on each other. It stayed like that for about 30 seconds and was very painful. What causes that?

  67. Lux Invictus

    Lux InvictusPrije 16 dana

    I legit read it as "I have a hentai"

  68. AcidicRegent0

    AcidicRegent0Prije 16 dana

    Damn man, I want that surgery. It's starting to get uncomfortable... sadly the Covid situation isn't helping because it has pushed back voluntary surgeries a few years. I hope my hernia doesn't get worse until I can get it done. I don't want to get to the point where I NEED to get it done.

  69. Fun And Fitness

    Fun And FitnessPrije 17 dana

    Please make a video on haemorrhoids

  70. Mithun Thakkar

    Mithun ThakkarPrije 17 dana

    Hi Jeff, I have heard that wearing supporters avoids hernia. Is that true? Do supporters help?

  71. Üşümüyorum Öyleyse Yazım

    Üşümüyorum Öyleyse YazımPrije 17 dana

    why jessie looking that way

  72. trilliux.

    trilliux.Prije 18 dana

    had a hernia, they had to do an examination around my pp for like 30 mins, i was so uncomfortable lol

  73. Sumant Vyaghrambare

    Sumant VyaghrambarePrije 18 dana

    I had an issue with the arm numbness after squatting. This numbness is interfering with my arm workouts especially with bicep training. Is there any excercise that could be used to get rid of this? Thanks! You deliver the most worthy content applying science to it

  74. Wīllüar YoHoHo

    Wīllüar YoHoHoPrije 18 dana

    Extra Useful!

  75. TimTribeYT

    TimTribeYTPrije 18 dana

    Injuries like this scare me so much but Id rather know what the possibilities are then get into it being completely oblivious. Thanks for letting us all know about this.

  76. karl53133

    karl53133Prije 18 dana

    I train and do roofing and I have had my hernia go twice within two years as careful as I was , needed emergency surgery last year at the hight of the so could " pandemic " as it had come out again 4 month earlier and was waiting for things to relax with the lockdown but they didn't , then things tuck a turn for the worse when it come out and would not go back in one night just walking down the stairs, it hurt like hell I was sweating with pain it was that bad and I'm no wimp and after hours it started to go black...!! phoned and they sent paramedics at 11:30pm that night they tuck one look at it and called the ambulance and I was operated on 3hrs later and was told I could have lost my bowls if I hadn't due to twist and infection or even died crazy as that sounds , so take them very serious I was very lucky the second time round could have been life changing, don't try and shrug it off and think bloody thing I'll wait like I did...

  77. D.A

    D.APrije 18 dana

    Had one hernia happen to me at age 9 and also had a varicocele at age 20. I had them both fixed. Really uncomfortable pain.

  78. Baldrick Baldtard

    Baldrick BaldtardPrije 18 dana

    Excellent video. I have a hernia in my lower leg. It’s quite rare, but basically I need to wear a brace to hold it in whenever I’m walking. There’s no suitable surgery technique so I’ve lived with it for 6 years so far

  79. Dash DIgitaL

    Dash DIgitaLPrije 18 dana

    you worked out with a hernia for 3 years before getting it repaired? i thought that if you didn't get them repaired right away they can turn life-threatening? am i wrong?

  80. Jonathan Wong

    Jonathan WongPrije 18 dana

    Jesse chill out bro! 💪 Your arms getting to big for those sleeves, congrats on all your success!

  81. Nic_INFINITE

    Nic_INFINITEPrije 18 dana

    Hernia is killing your gains :))

  82. Tahmid Mashrafi

    Tahmid MashrafiPrije 18 dana

    Hey I am 16 years old boy. (5.6 feet, 75kg, have a lot of fat in chest & belly area). I am doing cardio(running) & some bodyweight workout but not getting good result. Now days my exercise to slimming down ratio is low. What can i do?

  83. Weston Anderson

    Weston AndersonPrije 18 dana

    Was not ready for the peck tear

  84. sean

    seanPrije 18 dana

    hes actually really good at explaining things

  85. Javier Gil

    Javier GilPrije 19 dana

    I endured a left inguinal hermia for two years from age 29-31. I wore a hernia belt during that time and train with weights and yoga with minor inconvenience. During sex (not using the belt lol) it wasn't a problem at all. You can live with a hernia but is a nuisance. You have to be very mindful on how you breath, sneeze, have a correct posture when bending, lifting, squating. It can help you become very mindful, but it will most probably become bigger if you are still young and very active. I underwent traditional surgery (no mesh) after consulting with 3 different surgeons. I stayed away from the mesh cuz it has its cons. I don't know why most surgeons nowadays don't do them without the mesh...I guess they want to make an extra buck for sure. I would stay away from laparoscopic as well; it may reduce scarring but I think is more prone to do a half-ass job. Surgery was in 2014. Is 2021 and is been good so far *knock on wood*.

  86. Bobby McWilliams

    Bobby McWilliamsPrije 19 dana

    This is not the video to watch when you get sympathy pains

  87. Michael Williams

    Michael WilliamsPrije 19 dana

    I got a belly button hernia, and a soft belt to help me with squats and deadlifts,

  88. Al Rho

    Al RhoPrije 19 dana

    Thank you for this very important video. It sheds some light about how to live with an inguinal hernia while continuing with a lifting lifestyle. Your videos are science based, unlike the BS you see on other HRcharts channels. I developed an inguinal hernia last year, and elected not to have it repaired. Instead, I modified my workout so that it would fit my current condition. I do however have a question- what kind of abdominal exercises would you suggest for someone with an inguinal hernia without ending up with an incarcerated hernia? Thank you in advance! Love your HRcharts channel.

  89. 7loshmi

    7loshmiPrije 19 dana

    Hi Jeff! I had appendectomy a month ago, open not laparoscopic, when is it safe for me to start moderately lifting weights, at home for example? And when can I go to the gym back to "normal" lifting? I'm 39 yo. Thanks for all info, keep up. You da best!

  90. Tommy Waller

    Tommy WallerPrije 19 dana

    Hey Jeff! Hope you're well, man! Long-time viewer and always base my workouts around what I've learned from your channel--recently took the plunge and started using your supplements as well 🤙 I've recently injured myself in the gym, and in fact it unfortunately seems to be becoming a reoccurring injury as I've hurt myself in the same area 3 times now. The pain resides in my left shoulder blade area and, depending on how I position my head the pain travels up through my neck. Here's the deal, 2 of the 3 times I've hurt this area I wasnt even working my back. First I was working chest, and the second time I was working shoulders..since it keeps happening I've begun to include facepulls on the daily. What else can I do to prevent further irritation and injury?

  91. AWrightsLife

    AWrightsLifePrije 19 dana

    Wait… so if you have a small penis you have less chance of getting it? Finally a positive

  92. Ricardo Hao

    Ricardo HaoPrije 19 dana

    Hi I had my right inguinal incision surgery with mesh a week ago. My surgeon said I can resume gym workout after 3 months just avoid doing the exercises you mentioned in your video

  93. William Lopez

    William LopezPrije 19 dana

    Can you make a hernia go away? I have a belly button hernia?

  94. Ashik 97

    Ashik 97Prije 19 dana

    Recover my brother

  95. Festus Ndung'u

    Festus Ndung'uPrije 19 dana

    Jesse dry scooped too much preworkout

  96. kenneth spaciuk

    kenneth spaciukPrije 20 dana

    hola jeff tengo un esguince en el hombro, que puedo hacer, me pase una crema desinflamante pero igual siento no solo el dolor sino un pinzamiento y una incomodidad ante ciertos movientos y al hacer ejercicio, que recomiendas? (ya llevo mas de 6 meses sin hacer ejercicio para hombros) Traduccion/Translation: Hi Jeff I have a sprain in the shoulder, I can do, I pass a cream but I still feel not only the pain but a pinch and discomfort with certain movements and exercise, what do you recommend? (I have been without shoulder exercise for more than 6 months)

  97. Tang m

    Tang mPrije 20 dana

    Had an hernia myself need surgery with mesh inserted. Worst pain I've ever had for a few week's

  98. imcycolynez

    imcycolynezPrije 20 dana

    Hey, Jeff. I have a question that I haven’t seen answered on here before. What’s your stance on alcohol consumption with weight loss/gains? I’m not talking about binging alcohol (cause clearly that really halts your progress), I’m talking more along the lines of having a few beers/half of a pint one day throughout the whole week. Usually, on fridays or saturdays, I like to have either a half of a pint, or 3 beers. It’s only one day out of the week that this occurs. How badly does a few drinks once a week impair weight loss? How badly does a few drinks once a week impair your gains? Can it still halt your progress even if you’re in a calorie deficit? -Joey

  99. Antonio Felices Romero

    Antonio Felices RomeroPrije 20 dana

    And if I have hemorrhoids . In this case, what do I do?

  100. Dustin Lifts

    Dustin LiftsPrije 20 dana

    So im guessing deadlifts and squats are the highest chances of getting hernias as i always feel my stomach working too or having tension

  101. Pankaj Kumar

    Pankaj KumarPrije 20 dana

    Is anyone with slipped disc workout?

  102. criixt

    criixtPrije 20 dana

    Jesse as person who has had several concussions, now what? lol just kidding

  103. Cristian Duta

    Cristian DutaPrije 20 dana

    When I pay attention to Jeff's terminology and the way he explains human anatomy I'm thinking he could have been a successful medic.

  104. Nandus Nova

    Nandus NovaPrije 20 dana

    I had a surgery 2 years ago im still recovering i got nerve damage its very difficult for me to do anything that triggers the core so you know pretty much all my limitations i am in pain 24/7 i take gabapentin to help me go by my day if anybody know a way to boost the recovery from nerve damage caused by an inguinal hernia repair please help me end my suffering

  105. Nick Jones

    Nick JonesPrije 20 dana

    Ive had my hernia repaired with a mesh & since then I am struggling to get the abs showing... Its been 7 months now since the repair & when I do abdominal workouts I feel as if I get cramps after only doing a few sit-ups.. Is this normal after the Op or have I got something else going on here...? Awesome video. Thankyou

  106. Blake Autin

    Blake AutinPrije 20 dana

    Ax Jeff question: I know this channel mostly focuses on lifting weights for muscle growth, but as an athletically minded person I also perform cardio as well. My question is, which cardio would be best for complementing the development of the different muscle groups? I feel like elliptical and cycling complement leg (posterior chain and quad) development, while something like rowing complements legs, back, and biceps. Do you agree and is there cardio which complements chest, triceps, or shoulders?