As they say, every workout counts. The only bad workout is the one that didn’t happen…and the only one sure to make you cry is this insane leg day sponsored by The Curse! by JNX Sports.
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Your lower body hosts some of the biggest muscles in your body. Concentrate on workouts that challenge your bottom half to get the best gains in this area. Hence the name…leg day.
Remember, your workouts should be different depending on your goals. If you want to have a powerful, shredded body, then you will need to rotate volume (number of sets), continually increase your weight, and intensity so your body never adapts to the demands of your workouts.
4-exercise Leg Workout to Build Strength and Power
In this workout it is recommended to tackle this leg day workout at least once a week, but twice is even better. Just be sure to have 2-3 rest days between each session to allow for muscle repair. Only use an amount of weight that you can handle, and that will allow you to keep proper form. As soon as your form breaks, drop the weight and complete the reps.
To maximize gains, you’ll want to do 4 sets of 10 to 12 reps for each exercise.
Also, be sure to chase this workout with The Curse! Glutamine to help with your post-workout recovery and muscle protein development, especially after this intense exercise.
Work it In
Tack this workout on to the end of your regular workout, or use it as a fast-paced, high intensity workout when you’re short on time. For beginners, try starting off with no weight or 10lbs, intermediates can use 65-85lbs, and go 95lbs or higher for advanced. It’s better to start with a lower weight and perfect your form rather than starting heavy and injuring yourself before you even get going. This workout is about building that lower body strength, but you’ve got to survive the whole workout to get the best results.
Finished your rounds and still want more? Try going another round, or challenge yourself with the AMRAP approach (as many rounds as possible) to really get those muscles screaming.