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This video provides ideas on how to determine if you have good genetics or bad genetics, which can be seen physically through the development of calves, forearms and neck, body composition, structure, and even body fat distribution. Additionally, mental traits such as pain tolerance and a strong mental disposition can also indicate good genetics. Lastly, factors like a mutant healing factor and being a hyper responder can contribute to good genetics.
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To determine if you have good genetics, look for well-developed calves, forearms, and neck, as well as natural leanness and muscularity.
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Well-developed calves, forearms, and neck are signs of good genetics
Natural leanness and muscularity indicate good genetics
Some people have a naturally lean and muscular body composition
Pay attention to the actual structure of the body
Good genetics can be identified by a natural V-taper, wide clavicles, a small waist, and a quad sweep.
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Genetic frame impacts body placement in competitions.
Even body fat distribution is an underrated genetic trait.
Even body fat distribution allows for easier fat loss without losing muscle.
Good genetics can be indicated by the ability to tolerate pain, mental discipline, and consistency in workouts and diet.
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Ability to work through pain during sets indicates good genetics.
Mental discipline to consistently train and eat well is a sign of good genetics.
Consistency in workouts and diet over a long period of time is a trait of good genetics.
Good genetics can be determined by mental traits, recovery ability, and hyper-responsiveness to training.
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Mental traits can hold back physical traits.
Healing factor and recovery ability play a role in determining genetics.
Hyper-responsiveness to training can indicate good genetics.
00:00all right so do you have good genetics
00:02do you have bad genetics
00:04stay tuned i'm going to give you some
00:06ideas on how to figure the answer out to
00:08that question all right so thanks for
00:09joining everybody today i want to talk
00:11about genetics
00:13all my life i was told i had bad
00:14genetics and at some point it switched
00:16to john has gray genetics so what is it
00:18how do you know if you have good or bad
00:20genetics you're talking about genetics
00:21there are certain things that you can
00:22physically see in someone
00:24the first thing i want to mention
00:27is calves
00:28forearms and your neck those body parts
00:31are very hard to develop for many people
00:33but you'll find people that have massive
00:35forearms massive calves massive neck
00:38that to me is you're coming around the
00:40gate with good genetics you know my
00:42friend flex lewis has crazy forearms and
00:45crazy calves
00:46so you know he's at least got really
00:49good genetics of course the fact that
00:51he's a hard worker not other stuff
00:53so look at someone's neck
00:54their calves on their forearms and
00:56that'll give you a clue right there if
00:58their genetics are good there are things
01:00like your body composition
01:02are you naturally lean and naturally
01:05muscular
01:06if you are naturally lean and muscular
01:08maybe you can eat anything you want get
01:10away with it you still look lean and
01:11muscular
01:13i know some female pro competitors that
01:15at the elite level thomas olympia level
01:18basically no matter what they do they
01:19look like that they're phenomenal
01:22genetics that's one thing to look at so
01:24the other thing to look at too was what
01:26about their actual structure
01:28well you'll see people with good
01:29genetics have a natural v taper they'll
01:31have wide clavicles they'll have a
01:32little waist
01:34sometimes i have a nice little quad
01:35sweep
01:36that frame
01:38right there is what
01:40a lot of your placing uh
01:43a lot of your placing will be impacted
01:44by that that kind of that genetic frame
01:46that you have
01:47that was something unfortunately i never
01:49had personally i just had to work really
01:51hard to kind of cover it up now another
01:53thing and this is probably really
01:56underrated
01:57is an having an even body fat
02:00distribution some people tend to carry
02:02their body fat in one or two areas like
02:05all of it you know you can have super
02:07lean arms super lean legs for a guy but
02:11maybe your love handles are huge and
02:12they're really hard to get off or maybe
02:14you see women that have
02:16shredded abs just striations everywhere
02:19but you know some of their lower body is
02:21really really behind i've always thought
02:23that even body fat distribution was an
02:26amazing genetic trait because what
02:27happens is
02:29for you to get off that stubborn body
02:30fat you have to really diet to an
02:33extreme
02:34a big extreme and sometimes when you do
02:36that you can lose a lot of your muscle
02:39i see a lot of people in order to get
02:41rid of like say their love handles
02:43or like for a woman maybe it's something
02:45in their thighs she has to diet so hard
02:48you start losing your latch you start
02:50losing your shoulders your pecs get flat
02:53i've seen this in bodybuilding and
02:55figure and physique competitions my
02:56whole life if you have even body fat
02:58distribution
03:00you know you can diet little by little
03:02by little slowly lowering calories
03:04and your body stays very even you don't
03:06have to go in to an extreme my kidneys
03:09my lower back was always a tough area
03:11and when i let it get out of control fat
03:13i had to diet so hard i would always
03:15lose some upper chest some shoulders and
03:16some lats and that made my shape look
03:19even worse
03:20so it's kind of a curse
03:22that's hard to overcome there's also
03:24some things that aren't noticeable but
03:27are mentally very important i've always
03:30felt like somebody who has good pain
03:32tolerance that's a that's good genetics
03:34to me if you can work through pain
03:36during your sets if a set gets tough and
03:38you can keep going and keep going keep
03:39going
03:41chances are really good you're going to
03:42be able to stimulate as much fiber
03:44activity as possible and you're going to
03:46be able to grow you know the best
03:47example i can think of that is tom
03:49platts
03:50tom you always think would be done at x
03:52number of reps and he'd find a way to
03:53get 10 more it's just
03:54crazy that's pain tolerance that was one
03:57of the things i felt like i had
03:58typically you don't think about that
04:00when you think of genetics but i do
04:01another one is just your mental
04:03disposition
04:04you know to me like i don't wake up and
04:07say am i going to train today or am i
04:09going to eat eat today
04:11it's just natural it's a part of your
04:12mental discipline you don't miss
04:14workouts you don't miss meals day after
04:16day week after week month after month
04:18year after year and then for some of us
04:21decade after decade literally never
04:23missing a workout
04:25a lot of people just don't have that
04:26mental that mental disposition
04:28in fact some of those people that don't
04:30have that mental disposition do have all
04:32the physical traits but they don't have
04:34the mental traits so it really holds
04:36them back now another thing to consider
04:38is i call mutant healing factor how well
04:41do you heal from your workouts a lot of
04:42that's driven by nutrition
04:44but let me tell you not all not all not
04:47all of it is driven by nutrition some
04:49people just re just recover better from
04:51workouts
04:53and when you can recover better you can
04:54train more often you can train harder so
04:57you're already at a nice advantage
04:59so it you know that's another thing
05:02people don't really think about how well
05:03do you recover and the last thing i want
05:05to mention i call it being a hyper
05:07responder so some people it seems like
05:09they can just curl a barbell and their
05:11biceps grow they can mow the lawn and
05:14their calves grow some of that is just
05:17again it's just i call it being a hyper
05:18responder so
05:20no matter what you do it seems to work
05:22well for you
05:23so you can't tell necessarily by looking
05:24at someone how their response is but
05:26when they actually start training they
05:27actually start doing things
05:29they respond really well and you may
05:31find you have this with certain body
05:32parts certain body parts you have
05:34respond really really well
05:36some body parts don't so again that
05:38response you have better genetics in
05:40certain body parts than you have in
05:41others you know really again you have to
05:43look at it
05:44there's some things you can see
05:45physically
05:46there are some things that you can't see
05:48physically that are more
05:50uh mental or response or recovery
05:52related all that together wrapping all
05:54that up is really how you determine if
05:57someone has good genetics or not
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FAQs about This YouTube Video

1. How can good genetics be determined physically?

Good genetics can be determined physically through the development of calves, forearms, neck, body composition, structure, and body fat distribution.

2. What mental traits indicate good genetics?

Mental traits such as pain tolerance and a strong mental disposition can indicate good genetics.

3. What are some factors that contribute to good genetics?

Factors like a mutant healing factor and being a hyper responder can contribute to good genetics.

4. How do physical traits reflect good genetics?

Physical traits like calf, forearm, and neck development, body composition, structure, and body fat distribution reflect good genetics.

5. What are some indicators of good genetics?

Indicators of good genetics include physical traits such as calf, forearm, and neck development, body composition, structure, mental traits like pain tolerance, and factors like a mutant healing factor and being a hyper responder.

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