I'm AJ Tucker. I'm going to show you how to gain strength as a male teenager. The reason why you want to gain strength as a male teenager because the foundation that you build at this age will last a lifetime and the only time that you can build this foundation is in between the ages of 13 to 18. I'm going to take you through a series of four exercises, the overhead press, the squat, the bent over row and a deadlift. The first exercise I'm going to show is the overhead press. So I'm going to go around and grab the weight a little bit wider than shoulder width apart, I'm going to lift the weight, keeping my elbows in. I'm going to go straight up over the head, press straight up, come down to my chest, up and down. Exercise number two is the bent over row. I'm going to push my hips back, keeping my back flat. I'm going to pull the weight up and I'm going to hit myself right under the belly button, working my back and biceps. Exercise number three, my feet are shoulder width apart. I'm going to push my hands back, touch the ground and go. Right when I touch the ground I want to come back up. Exercise number four is a back squat. So I'm going to go to my back, feet shoulder width apart, toes slightly pointed out and go down, pushing the hips back, keeping the knees out and back up, working my quads, my glutes, my hamstrings and I'm using my core as a stabilizer. So I want to stick in between the reps of 8 to 20 reps, increase and decrease the weight as needed. Make sure if you are not able to get at least eight reps, the weight may be too heavy. If you get more than 20, the weight may be too light.