If you could only do ONE exercise for mass building for the rest of your life,...

Jaxson Gutierrez
Jaxson Gutierrez

If you could only do ONE exercise for mass building for the rest of your life, what would it be?

I suppose for me, it would be the clean. Why? You get a front squat every time out of it, plus you get some upperbody.

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Parker Robinson
Parker Robinson

Muscle up

Christian Adams
Christian Adams

You get no legs though? You'll turn into chicken little. Plus it's bodyweight. How is that a good idea?

Adrian Ramirez
Adrian Ramirez

calf raises

Jose Parker
Jose Parker

the clean
not the clean and jerk

John Cooper
John Cooper

burpees with weight vest

rip leg muscles

Nicholas Lee
Nicholas Lee

None because you'll just end up looking like an imbalanced freak

Jason Powell
Jason Powell

Fuck legs nigga just walk everywhere and take the stairs and youre allright

Adrian Baker
Adrian Baker

one exercise for mass building for the rest of your life
definitely this one called “the test injection”

Eli Reyes
Eli Reyes

Lying tit-press. OPs pic is very related

Levi Lopez
Levi Lopez

Front squats

unironically,

can you imagine having a shit physique if you could overhead squat your own bodyweight for 15 reps?

Mason Stewart
Mason Stewart

Gotta be the deadlift it's the #1 mass building excercise

Blake Cox
Blake Cox

Easy, C&J

Jack Young
Jack Young

and when I typed FRONT SQUATS i fucking meant OVERHEAD SQUATS but obviously im a drooling retard.

Austin Jones
Austin Jones

rear glute spread

Nathaniel Perez
Nathaniel Perez

Clean and press because it allows you to work arms, back, and legs.

Lucas Lewis
Lucas Lewis

DL doesn't build shit

Jackson Gomez
Jackson Gomez

Bent over double glute spreads for me

Christopher Phillips
Christopher Phillips

The Press

Benjamin Lopez
Benjamin Lopez

This is acceptable. Anyone ever squeeze their ass and legs at the peak of the Press? Tears your quads up mang

Logan Wilson
Logan Wilson

Tough one but I'd have to say with snatch grip rack pulls. Whole post chain + lats, traps, rear delts and rhomboids. Beltless for abs too.

One exercise by itself is hard though.

Justin Cook
Justin Cook

I guess clean and jerk?

Clean = legs, glutes, back, traps
Jerk = Triceps, shoulders, upper chest and biceps for stabilization

Jace King
Jace King

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It's either clean OR jerk. You can't do both. They are two different exercises.

Mason Cooper
Mason Cooper

Retarded. Only heavy enough to sufficiently tax delts, abs and tris with very small pec and upper back contributions. Zero lower body.

Rows would be a better upper body focused choice.

Bentley Wilson
Bentley Wilson

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William Turner
William Turner

Dumbell curl

Jace Phillips
Jace Phillips

Why not snatch or squat-jerk?

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Jason Adams
Jason Adams

Don't care about aesthetics I just couldn't imagine not being able to do the GOAT lift for the rest of my life.

Liam Flores
Liam Flores

Definitely Sprinting

Parker Ortiz
Parker Ortiz

I'd say the deadlift

Logan Martin
Logan Martin

Back Squats obviously.
//or// Clean & Jerk but that's like 2 lifts

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Grayson Harris
Grayson Harris

OHP

Nolan Gray
Nolan Gray

kegels

Angel Gray
Angel Gray

Handstand push ups.

Xavier Gray
Xavier Gray

Chin ups.

Anthony Kelly
Anthony Kelly

Whole-body immersion EMS

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Brandon Cruz
Brandon Cruz

Thrusters. can't think of any other resistance exercise that trains all of the prime movers

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