Leg Workout From Hell

Training legs is not for the faint-hearted as it takes blood, sweat and tears to barely make them grow. Building a good set of legs is not easy unless you are genetically gifted but that doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to do, look at Arnold Schwarzenegger for example, his legs weren’t genetically dominant but he killed himself in the gym every week to develop the 7 Time Mr. Olympia winning legs that got him his legendary status. If you are willing to put in the time, hard work and dedication give our Leg Workout From Hell a try, we guarantee that it will help you develop massive legs that would make even Tom Platz proud.


 

 

1-Squats: 7 sets, increase weight after each set by feel, going as heavy as possible. Go as far down as you can and explode back up.

 

Set 1: 15 Reps

Set 2: 12 Reps

Set 3: 10 Reps

Set 4: 8 Reps

Set 5: 6 Reps

Set 6: 3 Reps

Set 7: 1 Rep

 

2-Hack Squats: 5 sets, increase weight after each set by feel, going as heavy as possible. Go as far down as the machine lets you and explode back up.

 

Set 1: 12 Reps

Set 2: 10 Reps

Set 3: 8 Reps

Set 4: 6 Reps

Set 5: 4 Reps

 

3-Dumbbell Lunges: 5 sets, increase weight by 5-10lbs after each set.

 

Set 1: 12 Reps each leg

Set 2: 10 Reps each leg

Set 3: 8 Reps each leg

Set 4: 6 Reps each leg

Set 5: 6 Reps each leg

 

4-Stiff-Legged Deadlift: 5 sets, increase weight by feel going as heavy as possible, don’t break form.

 

Set 1: 15 Reps

Set 2: 12 Reps

Set 3: 10 Reps

Set 4: 8 Reps

Set 5: 6 Reps

 

5-Leg Extensions: 5 sets, increase the weight after each set, control the weight and squeeze at the top of the movement.

 

Set 1: 30 Reps

Set 2: 20 Reps

Set 3: 20 Reps

Set 4: 15 Reps

Set 5: 15 Reps

 

6-Lying Leg Curls: 5 sets, increase the weight after each set, control the weight and squeeze at the top of the movement.

 

Set 1: 30 Reps

Set 2: 20 Reps

Set 3: 20 Reps

Set 4: 15 Reps

Set 5: 15 Reps

 

7-Squats: Pick a comfortable weight and do 100 Reps as fast as possible.

 


Warming up: Be sure to do a variety of stretching exercises. Warm up your legs, shoulders and calves.

 

Rest: Rest periods should be kept anywhere from 10-30 seconds between sets.