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... The best way to build your legs in my opinion is to do Squats, 45 degree angle leg press, and stiff leg dead lifts for the hamstrings. ... (9 replies)
... leg, and want to build my legs up a bit. I'm only 18 and i'm quite thin, but have decided i'm gonna make a conscious effort now to improve my physique. I've always worked out on and off and I have some definition but now want to really go for it and become dedicated. ... (9 replies)
... ng lunges, dead lifts, hack squats leg presses and leg extensions, leg curls and of course like mozza said do not forget calves. This is a muscle you really need to bomb to get any reaction on.. ... (9 replies)

... my personal preference Ilike a training routine called Non Linear periodization. This is, in my opinion, the absolute best way to gain size and strength. ... (9 replies)
... Chappy, would you suggest squats with a Smith Machine, Ball and a wall with dumb bells, or just free form with a barbell loaded up. Also.....do you suggest low rep/heavy weight or multi rep/medium weight? -- John (9 replies)
... Squats are by far the best mass builder for legs (9 replies)
... quite short distances on a bike. really go at it for half an hour. go up hills hard. i did this and my legs got huge from cycling! ... (9 replies)
... nd most importantly dont bend your knees past your toesit will cause knee problems later, stick out your butt when you are doing squats so you can lower yourself to the ground without your kness going past you toes. ... (9 replies)
... I am just starting to work out again. A long time ago when I did a lot of lunges, I seem to remember my knees hurting. Is it bad for your knees to do walking lunges and squats? ... (9 replies)
... but I am not sure what is the best way to do so. My main questions are regarding the type of workout needed as I am not interested in drugs or making dramatic changes to my eating habits. ... (3 replies)
... Bicycle riding definitely helps, and running probably would help a little too. Plus, that would give you your cardio. If your working out at a gym, have a trainer help you. I'm sure they will know exactly what will help. (9 replies)
... my muscles in my lower legs are really muscular,lol. I used to run track and play basketball so running really helps a lot. ... (4 replies)
... Every diet needs fat, especially when your goal is to put on mass. ... (7 replies)
... and luckily I have been able to keep it under control! My legs were also an area I didn't want to lose any weight in. I pretty much just wanted to firm up all over, get rid of my belly flab, tone up my arms, lose a little in my cheeks since they started looking a little puffy! ... (2 replies)
... who is looking to slim my thighs, cut my arms and build my shoulders. ... (3 replies)
HELP, HELP PLEASE
Nov 16, 2002
... First, i'd say don't worry about your image so much but look to your fitness. If you're healthy at 96 lbs then be happy with that. ... (3 replies)
... it does take some time to build up, but it sounds like you're off to a good start. ... (6 replies)
... I have a 6' foot daughter also. 158 is way too low for your height Actually 180 is about right. From your description, you are way too thin for your height and bonestructure I bet. ... (5 replies)
... I am currently losing weight and going to the gym. So far I have lost 36 lbs but have a long way to go. I have started to do some weights as want to start to tone up my upper arms and legs etc. ... (0 replies)
Explosivness
Sep 17, 2002
... and go to my links page and look up the sport's coach link, as we're not allowed to posts links here. He has a page on some good lower body plyometrics. It's all about a bit of jumping and stride jumps and such. ... (5 replies)




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