Killer Leg Workout
Killer Leg Workout
Have you done a leg workout so intensive that the next day you found it hard to walk? Well you may have found it funny or rewarding or you may have found it too painful to repeat but all the while your body started pumping hormones to help you increase muscle mass and recover some of your largest muscles.
The point here is not to push you so hard that you find it painful to walk, but to challenge you in a way that you can improve at each session in the gym and ultimately improving your performance in any sport.
Are you ready to start implementing a killer leg workout into your training routine? Here we go…..
Killer Leg Workout Warm Up
First things first. You need to get on a cardio machine of your choice and warm up your leg muscles for at least 7 minutes. Don’t go too hard but enough to get a light sweat going. The point here is to increase your heart rate and get blood flowing to all your muscles and have your joints lubricated for the intensity of this weight training routine.
Killer Leg Workout Day 1
1 set 12 reps Barbell Squats ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 8 reps (each leg) One Leg Barbell Squats ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 10 reps Leg Press ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 8 reps (each leg) Dumbbell Step Ups ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 10 reps Calf Raises ( refer to photo here )
Have at least 2 days rest before you do another leg workout session because it takes at least that amount of time for these large muscles to recover
Killer Leg Workout Day 2
3 set 8 reps (each leg) Dumbbell Lunges ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 10 reps Stiff Legged Barbell Deadlift ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 8 reps (each leg) Barbell Side Split Squat ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 10 reps Jump Squats ( refer to photo here )
3 sets 10 reps Standing Dumbbell Calf Raises ( refer to photo here )
Recommended Supplements for this Leg Workout:
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