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    Legs w/o suggestions

    Hey fellas,
    I got 15 minutes before I am due to head for the gym. It's legs today and I really wanna try something new. Anyone done anything new and interesting for legs lately?

    I was thinking of supersetting hams and quads....anyone done this?

    Thanks
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    Try SwoleCat's routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarz
    Hey fellas,
    I got 15 minutes before I am due to head for the gym. It's legs today and I really wanna try something new. Anyone done anything new and interesting for legs lately?

    I was thinking of supersetting hams and quads....anyone done this?

    Thanks
    S
    Finishing up with a Ham/Quad superset is a good option. While you work the one side - the otherside gets a nice stretch. Do your power work first, like Squats or Presses - then fry them puppies with the opposing muscle superset.

    BTW - during your superset, I suggest keeping ham curls under 10 reps (hams need good, low rep explosive work) and quad extensions over 10 (quads need a little more time under tension).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Born Threat
    Try SwoleCat's routine.
    I heard about this. What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior
    Finishing up with a Ham/Quad superset is a good option. While you work the one side - the otherside gets a nice stretch. Do your power work first, like Squats or Presses - then fry them puppies with the opposing muscle superset.

    BTW - during your superset, I suggest keeping ham curls under 10 reps (hams need good, low rep explosive work) and quad extensions over 10 (quads need a little more time under tension).
    Cheers warrior. Those are some good suggestions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarz
    I heard about this. What is it?
    Basically the same as Warrior stated, but the hams/quads go first. Either way is good.

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    Cheers bros. I can almost feel that extra inch on my legs already!!!

    I'm off to wreck some steel!

    Cheers
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    I had actually never done lunges with a barbell on my back until last Friday. A lil late, but maybe for next week.

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    Lunges bruh lunges

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    lunges made my ass sore as fvck...good stuff. Very good for the quads too.

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    i love lunges i do walking lunges, i must sweat out 2lbs of water when i do them..

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