Chicken legs are no fun.. they make you look weak. They are a turn off, especially if you have a huge upper body. So if you have them, you have to get up now and work those legs out.
Did you know that perfectly toned, big legs have benefits beyond making you look attractive? They help your body produce natural muscle building and growth hormones, as well as give you more strength, boost bone health, and prevent the risk of injuries.
Want ideas for a good strategy for building big legs? Here are some exercises on Huffington Post:
6 Of The Best Leg Exercises That Aren’t Squats Or Lunges
So you want more defined quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves in 2015, but you’re sick and tired of squats and lunges. We hear you.
Squats and lunges are some of the most well-known — and most effective — lower-body moves, but it’s never a bad idea to shake up your workout routine. And if shaking it up will help you stick with it, than we’re all for trying something new.
Well, squats and lunges also tone your butt and enhance your core strength, but it’s good to have a variety of exercises every now and then. But if you’re more of the squat and lunge person, strength coach and personal trainer Justin Grinnell suggests these exercises on Muscle and Fitness:
20-MINUTES TO MASSIVE LEGS WORKOUT
I am sure that you have heard it all before. To get the complete physique that you want, working your legs hard is a necessity. The legs make up the largest part of your body and carry a ton of muscle. If you skip leg day, you are missing out on a ton of growth potential. Not too mention the large hormone release (testosterone, growth hormone), fat burning enzymes and caloric burn that come with working your legs.
Leg day is also the toughest day of the week. It takes high volume, high reps with heavy weight, and mental toughness to get through a true leg routine that gets results. This also means that time becomes a factor. Read more…
Squats and deadlifts also work your whole body, not just your legs. They are particularly good for an ab and arm workout, and they strengthen your back. This is a very good workout when you have a busy schedule.
Lastly, a workout routine is shared by American IFBB professional bodybuilder Phil Heath on Flex Online:
Phil Heath’s Strategy for Building Big Legs
What is your strategy for building big legs?
When I’m working legs, there’s pretty much no leg exercise I am not doing. I like to train quads and hamstrings in the same workout. I try to hit one part as hard as I hit the other, because the hams matter, too—especially in the side poses. And when I’m prioritizing legs, I will double down on them, training them twice a week, with each session lasting at least two hours. Read more…
Leg workouts help burn a lot of calories, boost your metabolism, improve your balance, increase your range of motion, and more. That said, a good strategy for building big legs is essential to reap the maximum benefits out of your workouts.
So use this guide and see the results in no time, you’re just a few workouts away!
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