Killer Legs No Gear Needed

 

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Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees bent in a semi-squat and arms at shoulder height, elbows bent, palms down. Jump up, landing on right leg, left leg extended behind you with knee bent, left arm extended back (as shown). Jump forward to starting position and switch lead leg. Lie on right side, legs stacked with right knee bent, left leg straight, head on floor and elbows bent in front with left hand cupped over right fist. Keeping arms stiff, push off.

Killer Workout for Thin, Toned Legs—No Equipment Needed! Updated on July 23, 2018. Magui. more.

Magui has been a competitive cyclist for 3 years and a gym rat since birth literally! Contact Author. A home workout routine with no equipment needed that gently “wakes up” your body after hours of sitting? Challenge accepted!“No Gym Required!” No Gym?

No Problem! You can still get a killer workout using no equipment at all. Just last month my good friend Dave Ruel and I did this awesome bodyweight leg workout while we were on vacation in Cuba and it was a totally spur.

Being stuck at home during these strange times can cause muscle loss if you aren’t doing the right exercises. Most people are worried about losing upper body strength, so they get pull-up bars or dumbbells to workout arm, chest, and back muscle groups. Here is a quick at-home workout you can do that doesn’t require any weights or equipment so you can stay in shape without going to the gym.

Killer Legs: No Gear Required! The Anti-Sag Workout; Image Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images. Knows maybe too much about pop culture.

Also thinks bacon should be considered a food group. To get ripped quickly, try a variety of challenging exercises at home instead of splurging on a gym membership or expensive equipment. Work your upper body with a combination of standard and modified planks, push-ups, and crunch exercises. Don’t forget to sculpt your legs with squats, lunges, and calf carving lifts.

Sit on a stationary bike with both feet clipped into the pedals. However, pedal just 1 foot at a time, letting the other foot just go along with the motion. Use a lower gear to start and only pedal with the leg you’re working. Keep pedaling for 30 seconds at a comfortable pace. Lift your upper body up so that your arms are extended straight, then lift your knees so they are no longer touching the floor and your legs are extended straight out behind you.

Keep a neutral spine and hold this plank position for 1 count. Gently lower your knees back down and return to the modified push-up position.

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Greaves Plate armour to protect the lower legs.

“Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” by Michael Smith
from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
by Michael Smith
Unbound, 2018

Two pieces of gear are essential: good shoes (you’ll be slogging through mud and dodging “Dartmoor landmines”—wildhorse patties) and an Ordnance Survey map.

“Rick Steves England” by Rick Steves
from Rick Steves England
by Rick Steves
Avalon Publishing, 2016

What constitutes essential personal gear, which gear items are compulsory on specific race legs and, very importantly, are there any “dark zones” during the race?

“Adventure Racing” by Jacques Marais, Lisa De Speville
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by Jacques Marais, Lisa De Speville
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Leathers only, and helms and gauntlets.

“Memories of Ice: Book Three of The Malazan Book of the Fallen” by Steven Erikson
from Memories of Ice: Book Three of The Malazan Book of the Fallen
by Steven Erikson
Tom Doherty Associates, 2006

Armor for the front of the legs only.

“A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor: in All Countries and in All Times” by George Cameron Stone
from A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor: in All Countries and in All Times
by George Cameron Stone
Dover Publications, 2013

In addition to arms and armor, personal items included boots, woollen tunic, trousers and cloak, a water bottle, and a blanket.

“A Companion to the Roman Army” by Paul Erdkamp
from A Companion to the Roman Army
by Paul Erdkamp
Wiley, 2011

Hard body armours protect torso and head against high speed projectiles.

“Functional Finishes for Textiles: Improving Comfort, Performance and Protection” by Roshan Paul
from Functional Finishes for Textiles: Improving Comfort, Performance and Protection
by Roshan Paul
Elsevier Science, 2014

I had hardly any gear: just a pair of light aluminum crampons, one ice axe, something to eat and drink, long pants, and a jacket.

“Ueli Steck: My Life in Climbing” by Ueli Steck
from Ueli Steck: My Life in Climbing
by Ueli Steck
Mountaineers Books, 2017

Depending on the difficulty of your cave selection (Spider Cave is the hardest to navigate), you’ll need at most knee pads, gloves, flashlight batteries, sturdy pants, hiking boots with ankle support, and some water.

“Fodor's The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West” by Fodor's Travel Guides
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by Fodor’s Travel Guides
Fodor’s Travel, 2016

Running shoes are the most important gear.

“The Triathlete's Training Bible: The World’s Most Comprehensive Training Guide, 4th Ed.” by Joe Friel
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by Joe Friel
VeloPress, 2016

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  • You people need to ask God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost to show you who should never make me mad!!!!! If you are going through this too, then share this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I haven’t done a workout like this ina while but this is hopefully gonna help lose weight quicker cause just eating right ain’t gonna get you very far

  • Hey there!

    Sending you love and greetings from South Africa!

    I am super happy and truly inspired by your videos. They are easy to follow and really is impactful.

    Thank you for your videos! My body is banging!

  • I’m gonna keep updating each day
    Day1: i haven’t worked out in a while so my knees were shaking arms shaking but I got through it good luck guys

  • This is all great. But don’t they put a lot of stress on the knee. These exercises especially box jumps look like they would be bad for my knee. I am fairly fit, slightly overweight with BMI 26.

  • Genuine question from anyone knowledgeable on the subject, Im 6ft and 16 stone (220lbs) and I want to not only loose some of that weight but if possible get a little toned before my holiday in 270 days….. Question…. should I attempt this every day as I have been for the past week and if I do would you say my goal is achievable? I’m struggling to do it all at the moment and keep up but I’m 100% committed.

  • All due respect, I feel like this is like a strange beginner circuit workout. Rest times are alright, but transitions are poor (no 1-2 second lag to transition) and weird exercises like arm circles just dont make sense. I believe this isn’t really a “full body” workout as it is more an attempt at HIIT. None of my body parts calves aside felt any working out. My core was barely exerted, my arms were not really flailing and while out of breath my muscles are overall good to go. But i feel the intensity (burpee aside) can be better. First time and i only took a few second breather during pushups, burpees and mountain climbers. Ngl i was expecting to be half dead afterwards, like i expected more burpees and squat jumps just inserted in to absolutely destroy my poor soul.

  • i underestimated this..this for sure is a killer workout, shoutout the dude who made this video. thanks for helping me this quarantine

  • I have been with you from the start of this program. I LOVE your workouts!! Thank you!! Can’t believe I just completed week 10!!