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The video tests the accuracy of the Apple Watch's VO2 Max metric by comparing it to results from a sports lab. Both the lab and the Apple Watch provided similar VO2 Max values, indicating that the Apple Watch is a reliable tool for measuring this metric. The lab tests also yielded additional valuable information about carb to fat burning ratio and heart rate zones for training.
✨ Highlights📊 Transcript
The video section is about testing the accuracy of the VO2 Max metric on the Apple Watch.
The narrator and his friend go to a sports lab to test the accuracy of the VO2 Max numbers on the Apple Watch.
They are hooked up to a mask and run until they can't run anymore.
VO2 Max stands for volume, oxygen, and maximum, and it measures the maximum amount of oxygen the body can intake and use.
The narrator mentions that VO2 Max is not only important for performance but also for longevity.
The participants are preparing for blood lactate testing during their treadmill exercise.
Blood will be taken every time they increase the speed on the treadmill.
There is some joking about passing out and falling off the treadmill.
One participant expresses nervousness about the blood pricking.
The participants meet with Polly, who welcomes them and comments on their attire.
The participants discuss who will go first for the testing.
One participant expresses determination to beat the other, while the other clarifies it's not a competition.
One participant admits to feeling nervous.
The video section explains the different stages of a workout and how it takes time for the body to adjust to each stage.
It takes at least three minutes for the lactate in the muscles to enter the bloodstream.
The body needs time to settle into each pace and workload.
Different levels of exertion are described, from lying in bed to intense exercise.
Heart rate monitoring and a face mask will be used during the workout.
The speaker discusses VO2 max and its genetic factors.
VO2 max is the maximum amount of oxygen that can be delivered to muscles.
Genetic factors determine an individual's ability to adapt to training stimulus.
The speaker mentions the participant's VO2 max percentile compared to others in their age group.
The speaker discusses the VO2 max levels and calorie burning during exercise.
VO2 max should increase during exercise.
Regular individuals hit around 70 to 90, while athletes can go over 100.
Over 50% of calories burned are from fat.
Stored fat can provide a large amount of calories.
The speaker mentions the benefits of seeing healthy changes through testing.
The lab results of VO2 Max on the Apple Watch and iPhone were compared, showing a difference of about three points.
Lab result VO2 Max was 45.8 milliliter per kilogram per minute.
iPhone result VO2 Max was 48.4.
The Garmin and Apple Watch showed similar results for VO2 Max.
The lab test provided additional valuable information such as carb to fat burning ratio and heart rate zones for training.
00:00- The Apple Watch and the Garmin Watch
00:01have this metric called VO2 Max.
00:03So today we're gonna go to this special sports lab
00:05with my friend and test to see how accurate are the numbers
00:08on the Apple Watch.
00:09- [Workout Instructor] We get to see the stuff
00:10you don't see in the mirror.
00:11- It's an early 5:30 AM
00:14- 25 degrees outside.
00:15That is Fahrenheit.
00:17It's below freezing.
00:17What is it, minus three, minus five Celsius?
00:20- Shervin signed me up to do some tests.
00:23- [Shervin] Let's take one jacket here.
00:27- Let's go
00:28- [Shervin] For Shervin?
00:32- To be honest with you
00:34I don't even really know what this test is.
00:35All I know is I'm being hooked up
00:37to some mask, and I'm running until I can't run anymore.
00:40Oh, and they're pricking blood from my fingers.
00:43Shervin, you signed me up for all these random tests.
00:45I'm thankful.
00:46I'm grateful.
00:47I feel like you make me do things that most people won't
00:50but this has got to be the scariest one for me.
00:54(rock music)
00:59- [Shervin] Thank you.
00:59Now, what is VO2 Max, you might ask.
01:01VO2 Max stands for volume, oxygen, and maximum.
01:05So that essentially means the maximum amount of oxygen
01:07that your body is able to intake and use.
01:09So I think the theory is that the more oxygen
01:12that you're able to intake then the more oxygen
01:14you're able to put in your muscles and the faster
01:16you're able to be.
01:17And Peter T also talks about
01:18how VO2 Max is a great metric for longevity.
01:20- Top 2.3% of the population for VO2 Max
01:25have the lowest mortality.
01:26- So not only is it good for performance, but longevity.
01:28So today we want to figure out how accurate is
01:30the Apple Watch and the Garmin compared to a special lab.
01:34In this place,
01:34they have this equipment that's like more expensive
01:36than a Tesla.
01:38So hopefully it's accurate.
01:39We're gonna see what are the numbers compared
01:42to this little thing on my wrist
01:43that's only a couple hundred bucks.
01:44Now a big part of this test is
01:46we're not supposed to consume calories
01:47before we do the test.
01:48She said, "Ideally no caffeine,"
01:50but typically do we run with caffeine?
01:52So it was like kind of disputed.
01:53So I had no caffeine, no calories.
01:55I've been fasted.
01:56The last time I ate was like 8:00 PM last night.
01:58I had a nice big ice cream as well as Burger King.
02:01I know it's not healthy.
02:03Okay, don't judge me.
02:04But we are here to do the tests.
02:07And now I'm just waiting for my friend.
02:09Let's see if he's here.
02:10If he's still my friend.
02:11Who knows?
02:12- I hate you Shervin.
02:15- Look who it is!
02:16- [Tejas] Look who it is.
02:17- But the both of us have decided to run a half-marathon
02:20in freezing February.
02:21- Oh, I thought you meant right now.
02:24Both of us agreed to run a half marathon
02:26from the test right now.
02:28- And he doesn't know.
02:31- I mean, I've been telling them on this
02:33that you signed me up for something
02:35- And you have no idea.
02:36- I know that I'm hooked up to a mask.
02:38I know we're running until like basically failures
02:41and they're pricking blood from us.
02:43- Oh yeah.
02:44- What are we doing?
02:45- Oh yeah, so I forgot about that part.
02:47We're also doing blood lactate testing.
02:49So they will be taking our blood every time
02:51we increase the speed on the treadmill.
02:53- I'm nervous.
02:54We're running harder and harder, progressively harder.
02:57And there's blood being pricked from us.
02:58- And there's a little jump shoot on the back.
03:00So if you do pass out, you can just fall off the treadmill.
03:05No, I don't know.
03:05But there are some places that do do that. (Tejas laughs)
03:07- [Polly] Hi, I'm Polly.
03:09- [Shervin] Hi Polly. How's it going?
03:10- [Polly] Good. Look at you in shorts
03:12in this freezing weather.
03:13- [Tejas] Is it, isn't it still summer?
03:15(everybody laughs)
03:18- [Polly] I think you can check in here.
03:20- Kind of scared of the blood pricking.
03:21How's that gonna be?
03:23- [Polly] Well, you know, you know, I think you can always,
03:24everything's voluntary.
03:26- Yeah.
03:27(Shervin wooing)
03:31- [Polly] Who's falling first?
03:32- [Shervin] You should go first.
03:33- Okay.
03:34- Yeah.
03:35- [Polly] Okay. Okay. So now you've never done this, right?
03:36- No.
03:37- Okay.
03:38- As you can tell, there's someone who's physically fit
03:39and someone who's not very,
03:40(everyone laughs)
03:42but I'm here to beat him.
03:44I don't know how I'm gonna beat him
03:45but I'm here to beat him. - Okay.
03:47- [Shervin] This is not a competition.
03:49- I'm a little nervous man.
03:50- [Shervin] Why?
03:51- I like numbers, but numbers also scare everybody.
03:53It's in a good way. It's in a good way. I need to be scared.
03:55I also like
03:57- What are you, scared of seeing your numbers again
03:58in the comments?
03:59(Tejas laughs) - Nah, I could care less.
04:01But for 22 years I didn't know any numbers.
04:03And now that I'm learning them,
04:04it's the fear of the unknown.
04:06- [Shervin] Ah, I'm very excited.
04:09- [Polly] So basically the goal here is
04:11that we kind of look at, you know, what happens
04:13to you when you go from being in a completely comfortable
04:16like you do it forever pace.
04:17- [Tejas] Sure. - [Polly] All the way up to
04:19where you're gonna, you know, get off the dock.
04:21- [Tejas] Okay.
04:22- [Shervin] All right, how you feeling?
04:24- Gassed.
04:25(everyone laughs)
04:26- [Shervin] Alrighty.
04:27- So the critical increase in speed
04:29by about 0.4 miles an hour.
04:30Every four minutes.
04:32- [Tejas] Okay.
04:34- [Shervin] Feeling good?
04:35- [Tejas] Yep.
04:36Race pace.
04:38I used to be a swimmer growing up.
04:39I wonder if I'd be a good triathlete.
04:41- You could totally do a triathlon.
04:42You'll be running along.
04:44At the end of a four minute stage you'll say,
04:45"Okay, we're gonna get out the 10, nine, eight, seven, six."
04:48You'll be running along.
04:49Put your hands here, pop off.
04:51Three, two.
04:52Pop off.
04:54- Okay. - Drop your hand to your side.
04:56I'll take a little finger stick sample
04:57for lactate.
04:59Relax your hand like this.
05:03And give you a piece of gauze.
05:05You'll hold it like that.
05:10Okay, just give this a nice squeeze.
05:12You can just hold on, get a feel for running.
05:18Start running and I'll take you
05:19to the next stage.
05:20- It's getting hard, uh oh.
05:23- [Polly] The next stage, you will...
05:28- I believe in you
05:30- When we're done you'll understand
05:31why it's a four minute stage
05:32but it takes at least three minutes
05:34for the lactate that you create
05:35in your muscles to efflux out into your bloodstream.
05:38- [Tejas] Okay.
05:38To get an accurate lactate.
05:39But also, you'll see when you look at the data,
05:41kind of it takes your body a few minutes to kind of settle
05:44into whatever pace, whatever workload.
05:47And then, and in order to determine
05:49like how many calories you're burning
05:50where are you probably, the calories.
05:53You need a decent amount of time, at each pace.
05:57At each stage I will be asking you how you're feeling.
06:00How does it feel?
06:0210? Okay.
06:06- Come on.
06:07- [Polly] So this would be like literally sleeping,
06:09lying in bed, okay?
06:11This would be almost that like sitting in a chair.
06:15- [Shervin] So weak meaning easy. Okay.
06:16- [Polly] Here, when you get to these numbers
06:18it's you're sweating, you're breathing harder.
06:20But if you were running with friends
06:22you'd be talking in full sentences, you'd laugh.
06:24- [Shervin] That's four through six.
06:25- As you go up,
06:26you'd be talking less and less and less and less.
06:29And then when you get here, it's like,
06:30"Oh for God's sakes, how much longer?"
06:32(Shervin laughs)
06:33We'll be asking you at each stage,
06:35you know, how you're feeling.
06:36You'll be wearing a heart rate monitor
06:38and you'll have a face mask.
06:39- One, two, three. - [Tejas] What is that one?
06:43- Four.
06:44- [Tejas] What?
06:45- Five.
06:46- Oh, it's the Whoop.
06:47It's the Whoop.
06:48- [Polly] How many do you have? (Shervin laughs)
06:50- [Tejas] Does he actually check any of the data?
06:52He just wears them.
06:54Shervin's a fraud.
06:55He has also something implanted in his heart.
06:58(Tejas laughs)
06:59(Tejas laughs)
07:00Puts his phone to his heart.
07:02- And he'll have a face mask
07:03on that will be held in place by a head piece.
07:07- You were merely raised in the darkness.
07:09I was born in it.
07:10- [Bane] You merely adopted the dark.
07:14I was born in it, molded by it.
07:18- [Polly] So basically it's a totally voluntary
07:22- What's up everyone?
07:23Welcome back to using Tejas Hullur as a guinea pig
07:27for these videos to make Shervin feel better
07:29for his data.
07:31- So at the end of the test, you know
07:34you decide when it's over
07:35(Polly laughs)
07:37Usually we're trying to use for like, you know,
07:39training purposes.
07:40- [Shervin] Yeah.
07:41- [Polly] What is, what are your zones?
07:42Where are you, you know, where's there room
07:44for like, you know, are you better?
07:46Is your max a limiting factor?
07:49Do you need to work on raising that?
07:51So I would say the number we get
07:53at this is more of what I call a VO2 peak.
07:56Because you're tired, you're getting tired
07:58it's a lot of stages, you know?
08:00So it's not
08:00like a 10 minute test where you just balls to the walls.
08:03You know it's gonna be
08:04within a couple of milliliters of your Max.
08:07So when you're, when you're like, all right, I'm done.
08:09(intense music)
08:11So basically the first thing we take a peak
08:13at is what was the most amount
08:15of oxygen that you can get into your system?
08:17Deliver to your muscles?
08:19- Yeah.
08:19- [Polly] And use in energy production
08:20pretty much the same in terms
08:22of how much oxygen it's gonna take to do a given task.
08:25But where you differ is your end point.
08:28So that's very genetic.
08:30- That's the VO2 Max.
08:31- [Polly] Yeah, VO2 Max.
08:32So I would call
08:33- VO2 Max!
08:34- [Polly] But it also is very genetic
08:36what your your ability to adapt to a training stimulus.
08:39So some people can have huge increases
08:42and other people are non-responders.
08:44So we look and see for you guys
08:45where did you fall on Max VO2?
08:48On PPO2.
08:49Okay. So 20 to 29 year old guys.
08:51Over 2000 people tested.
08:54- [Tejas] Okay.
08:55The average guy was at 43.
08:58You were at 45.8.
09:01So that puts you here at about the 65th.
09:0560, 67th percentile.
09:06- Okay. Okay.
09:08- [Polly] Not bad.
09:08- Not bad.
09:09I'll take that.
09:10- So if we look at your group age 30 to 39
09:13that's 13,000 men tested on treadmills.
09:16The average guy was at 42.
09:19- [Tejas] Oh my god.
09:21- I'm telling you.
09:22So you were up here right around 50.
09:24- [Tejas] 50.
09:25- [Polly] Which is about
09:26- 85th percentile!
09:28Oh wow.
09:30Look at you man.
09:31- [Polly] The takeaway for you for this
09:33is that research supports
09:35if you wanted to raise your aerobic ceiling
09:38you need to accumulate time near it or at it.
09:43So body fat doesn't really take up oxygen,
09:46organs and muscles do.
09:48Anything that isn't moving you forward
09:50- Yeah.
09:51- [Polly] Is slowing you down.
09:52- Oh.
09:57- [Polly] Delts, traps.
09:57- They'll slow me down.
09:58Oh no.
09:59- [Polly] Okay. So unlike your heart, which you know,
10:02changes shape with training,
10:06your lungs are kind of your lungs
10:08but your respiratory muscles get stronger
10:10and more fatigue resistant.
10:12- [Tejas] Okay.
10:13- And you just wanna see, you know
10:14how big did you get that breath?
10:15So you can see almost up to three liters here.
10:17- [Tejas] Oh my gosh!
10:18(Shervin laughs)
10:19- [Shervin] Is that good?
10:20- [Polly] It's, yeah, it's a big breath and then
10:22- [Tejas] Big ass lungs.
10:23- [Polly] Big ass lungs, yeah.
10:24And then
10:25- [Tejas] Twice as big of lungs than I do.
10:27- [Polly] So yeah, so not quite as big.
10:30And at rest we breathe about five liters per minute
10:33and you just wanna see that it goes up and up and up
10:34and at the end you were up there at 113 liters per minute.
10:37In and out of those lungs.
10:38Regular folk are gonna hit about 70 to 90
10:41and athletes will hit over a hundred.
10:43- So I'm an athlete.
10:44- [Polly] You're an athlete.
10:45And then same here, you got up to about 95.
10:49Yeah. So not bad at all, okay?
10:52How many calories are you burning a minute
10:54and where do you pull those calories from?
10:57So in your case, over 50% are coming out of fat.
11:00- [Shervin] Woo.
11:01- [Polly] Okay?
11:02That's what we want.
11:03Here, same thing.
11:0460%, 50%.
11:06- [Tejas] Whoa.
11:08- [Polly] And then you start seeing it dropped out.
11:10That was pretty darn good.
11:11And you were even at the end, you were pulling from fat.
11:13You have a limited amount
11:14of carbohydrates that you can store.
11:16But you have, even the skinniest people have 50,000 calories
11:19of stored fat.
11:20Most of us have hundred thousand.
11:21I mean the thing that's fun about this is
11:23that you get to see the stuff you don't see in the mirror.
11:25You know, like you get to see those healthy changes.
11:28So this is lovely.
11:29I mean that's a great, see you should do iron.
11:32- Love that.
11:33All right.
11:34- [Polly] So when you look at somebody from the back
11:36- [Tejas] Yeah.
11:37- [Polly] You're looking to see what is it that is not
11:40moving them forward.
11:42Because anything up and down, if you look
11:44at the lead pack in the marathon, they could have a glass
11:46of water on their head that wouldn't spill.
11:48- [Tejas] Really?
11:48- [Polly] Yeah. They're just like
11:49- [Shervin] That's the guy with the pineapple, right?
11:50- [Polly] Yeah.
11:51- [Tejas] Oh.
11:52(Shervin laughs)
11:53- [Polly] Other thing you'd look at is
11:54well what are you doing with your arm?
11:55And then we look and see when you land
11:57or you're leaking power out of the hip, also your feet
12:00as you can see, are not going directly forward.
12:02So here's where you're looking at when you land
12:05or you are landing under your center
12:06of gravity or you kind of overstriding
12:08- [Tejas] So over a little bit.
12:09- [Polly] So the muscles on the side of the hips
12:12sometimes get a little weak because they're not using them.
12:15And that muscle kind of holds your knee in the position.
12:18So if you're
12:20- Oh, okay.
12:20- I can show you a couple of exercises.
12:22Now run the inside leg.
12:26- Wow.
12:26So things like monster walks
12:27you know those type of exercises are good for resistance
12:31- [Shervin] Or the bands around your knees.
12:32- [Polly] Yes, yeah. Yeah.
12:33- [Shervin] Okay.
12:34How do you feel?
12:35- Dude, my mind is actually blown.
12:37- Why?
12:38- [Tejas] The fat versus carbohydrate split.
12:41So like what calories are burning
12:43from fat or what calories are burning
12:44from carbohydrates at a certain pace was mind blowing.
12:48And then the mechanics.
12:49- [Shervin] Yeah
12:50- At the very end, dude, my hip hurt.
12:52- Really? - Literally like two of those,
12:53two of those reps I went, oh my god.
12:56- So you need to fix your mechanics.
12:57- Yeah.
12:58- Let's go get you signed up right now.
12:59We just finished the sports performance test here
13:01at this hospital slash sports facility.
13:03- Wow. Daylight.
13:04- And yeah we got here when the sun was
13:05just like it was not here
13:08- Now I'm trying to learn how to walk.
13:09- Bye.
13:10We're back from the lab
13:11and now we're gonna compare our lab results.
13:12VO2 Max versus our iPhone results.
13:14So what was your lab result VO2 Max?
13:16- Lab results VO2 Max 45.8 milliliter
13:20per kilogram per minute.
13:21- And your iPhone?
13:22- 48.4.
13:23Damn, so it's literally like three off.
13:25And she said it was gonna be about a few off
13:26because it's our VO2 peak.
13:28So that makes sense.
13:29My VO2 Max in the lab was 49.9 and on my iPhone 52.9.
13:35So about three off.
13:36- About three off.
13:37- Yeah. So maybe because we weren't I
13:39she said I could go farther and harder
13:40and if I did my VO2 Max value would be higher.
13:43So I don't think I pushed myself hard enough.
13:45- Yeah.
13:46- So on my Garmin it says 53 as well.
13:48So the Garmin and the Apple Watch are pretty similar.
13:50Yeah, they're pretty close.
13:51It's good at that.
13:52- Yeah.
13:53- Like do you really need to go
13:54in the lab and pay this much money to get this test done?
13:55Probably not.
13:56But there's so much more information that we got
13:58in this report that I think it was so worth it.
14:00- Absolutely.
14:01- Learning our carb to fat burning ratio.
14:03Figuring out the best heart rate zones for training.
14:05Like if we're trying to achieve a certain speed.
14:07- [Tejas] Yeah.
14:08- [Shervin] Like knowing where we're at
14:09and what we need to do to get to that end point.
14:11- [Tejas] Yeah.
14:12- [Shervin] Like that was extremely valuable.
14:12- [Tejas] Absolutely.
14:13- [Shervin] But yeah, so here are some
14:14of the cool stats that we got.
14:15This is like a couple graphs here.
14:16I think the most interesting thing
14:17for me was I did this test probably like three months ago
14:19and I pretty much had a flat line of like carbs and fats.
14:22Like I wasn't actually burning more fats
14:23at any point during that.
14:25But now that I've done a lot of zone two training
14:27my body has shifted where I'm actually burning more fat
14:30at certain paces.
14:31- [Tejas] Yeah.
14:32- [Shervin] So it's really interesting to see how
14:33my body has changed just
14:34in three months of zone two training.
14:35- Same thing here.
14:36- And the other super interesting part
14:38this part where she's talked
14:39about elite runners versus my values
14:41and all my values were within the elite runner range.
14:44Isn't that crazy?
14:46- [Tejas] He just wants to gas himself up, guys.
14:48- [Shervin] Guys, guys, I'm an elite runner.
14:49Let's go.
14:50- Comment down below, "Shervin, cool your horses my guy."
14:55Until you run a mile under five minutes.
14:58I'm not gonna respect your genetics.
14:59- And if you wanna see that,
15:00turn on your notifications below.
15:01'Cause that's gonna happen hopefully
15:02in the next three to five years.
15:05It's gonna take a while.
15:06(Tejas laughs) And then how did that heart rate zone compare
15:08to your Apple Watch?
15:09- All the heart rate zones
15:10of my Apple Watch were actually lower than what this says.
15:13And it was actually really funny.
15:14- So that's where like the heart rate zones
15:16in the Apple Watch.
15:16I don't know how much I would trust that
15:17'cause mine was obviously different,
15:19and I've been very diligent
15:21on setting custom zones based on these lab tests.
15:23- Should I set custom zones now?
15:24- Yeah, do it.
15:25But a heart rate zones change it from automatic to manual.
15:27- Perfect.
15:28- Yeah, what's interesting is I'm looking
15:29at my automatic zones right now
15:30and it's pretty much spot on to the lab test.
15:33It's about one heartbeat off.
15:34Since you enjoy this video, go watch one where Tejas and I
15:37when it tests our body fat using a DEXA scan
15:39versus this Apple Watch band linked right here.
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1. Is the Apple Watch's VO2 Max metric accurate?

Yes, the video tests the accuracy of the Apple Watch's VO2 Max metric by comparing it to results from a sports lab. Both the lab and the Apple Watch provided similar VO2 Max values, indicating that the Apple Watch is a reliable tool for measuring this metric.

2. What additional information did the lab tests provide?

The lab tests also yielded additional valuable information about carb to fat burning ratio and heart rate zones for training, providing a comprehensive overview of the user's fitness and performance.

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The comparison with results from a sports lab indicated that the Apple Watch is a reliable tool for measuring VO2 Max, making it a valuable asset for users who are focused on tracking their fitness performance.

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The video reveals that the Apple Watch's VO2 Max metric provided similar values to those obtained from a sports lab, demonstrating the accuracy and reliability of the Apple Watch's measurements.

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The comparison between the Apple Watch's VO2 Max metric and the results from a sports lab showed similar values, indicating that the Apple Watch is a dependable tool for measuring VO2 Max.

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In this video, the hosts discuss the idea of replacing Keanu Reeves with action star Steven Seagal in the John Wick franchise, showcasing Seagal's questionable acting and action skills. They create a humorous trailer imagining what a John Wick movie with Seagal would look like, highlighting his unique running style and love for sitting down. Ultimately, while the idea may be entertaining, the hosts acknowledge that Seagal's presence would not be a good fit for the beloved action series.

This video discusses the two main presentations of protruding bellies, one caused by a beer gut and the other by a pooch belly with a slight indentation around the belly button. The second presentation is more common in females and is caused by a descended diaphragm due to restrictions in the rib cage and abdomen. The video provides tips, including an inverted position and a quadruped position, for managing pressure and restoring function to improve breathing and limit the limitation of movement caused by these types of belly appearances.

The video emphasizes the importance of not giving up on dreams despite failures and setbacks, highlighting that failure is a necessary part of success and growth. It encourages individuals to seek failure, extract lessons from it, and use that wisdom to fuel their journey towards achieving their goals. The video also emphasizes the unpredictable nature of life and urges viewers to take risks and pursue their dreams rather than living a life full of regret.

Rolls Royce cars are expensive because of their high-quality materials, meticulous craftsmanship, and customization options, with the company prioritizing manual labor over automation. The brand's attention to detail extends to the selection of wood, leather, and paint options, with customers being able to choose from thousands of shades and intricate combinations. Despite their luxury and exclusivity, Rolls Royce vehicles are also known for their reliability and durability.

The video discusses how to use Finviz screener settings to filter out stocks based on specific criteria, such as market cap, moving averages, growth projections, and more. The presenter provides multiple presets for different trading strategies, including buy and hold, oversold bounce plays, breakouts, short plays, bounce plays off moving averages, dividend stocks, and stocks with strong growth and earnings. The goal is to save time and focus on stocks that align with individual trading preferences.