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Make Your Leg Workouts Better by Kris Gethin — Tiger Fitness Learn how one single big squat rep can change your leg workout game and provide an extra push on leg day. Learn how one single big squat rep can change your leg workout game and provide an extra push on leg day. You might feel like you’ve got nothing left in the tank, but that’s when you have to get back under the leg press.

For set two, bring your legs up to the top of the platform and place your feet shoulder-width apart. Hit the leg press the same way you did the first set. Once you’re done, take a few deep breaths, and do the sissy squats. For legs, Kris will normally split them up as well. But when it comes to hamstrings, he will do deadlifts with that workout. “I feel there’s a very strong crossover between hamstrings, glutes and lower back.”.

Kris favors a hack squat-style machine, but if the sled on your gym’s hack squat is too heavy, you could use cables, a landmine, or a simple shoulder press machine instead. What’s the advantage of using a leg machine?More from Kris Gethin’s 8-WEEK Hardcore Program: This content is supplied and sponsored by Kaged Muscle. The information provided is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional. 12 Week Muscle Building Program.

I’m Kris Gethin, the CEO of KAGED MUSCLE, and you’re about to see me embark on an 8-Week Muscle-Building Trainer. This is the best program that I have done yet, and I believe it’s the best available from any other company, website, or publication. Millions of viewers and thousands of unbelievable transformations from.

You’ll be given the best exercises to do to help build muscle and you’ll be told how many reps and sets you should do. You’ll blast your legs by starting off with cardio and then go on to do hamstring curls, hack squats. leg extensions and leg presses. After the strength training portion, you do another bout of cardio. He’ll make you sweat. Kris Gethin’s Hardcore Leg Workout.

As he prepares for competition, this is the workout that Kris does for his legs not long before day itself. This is a highly anabolic workout then that should help you to pack on the muscle mass and strip away fat just before your training. Yesterday’s 46th Birthday Leg Workout ⁣ ⁣ Every birthday and Christmas, I like to hit the gym and destroy legs. ⁣ ⁣ As I get older the workouts get tougher.⁣ ⁣ Not because I am aging biologically, but because I add more reps and sets equal to my chronological age.⁣ ⁣ Yesterday I did 46 giant sets of 46 reps.⁣ ⁣.

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In line with his results and his goals, retraining his balance would be the target of his program and this can be achieved through simple balance retraining exercises as well as leg muscle strengthening exercises.

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  • You are the best trainer, I’m mad bodybuilding.com charges for your programs now. Luckily you are awesome and have new content on your website.

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  • loved this video! def. trying some of these out. great to see two different types of training. It encourages you to not get discouraged when you try something new. it can be challenging even for people that have been at the gym forever! thanks for showing strength in weakness.

  • Oh please! Those barbell dynamic step-ups look like they’re stupid dangerous; one slip with your foot and disaster happerns. There are so many safer exercises to do why even bother with those???

  • You’re going too far back with the leg extension machine. Set it so your feet don’t go behind you, otherwise this is said to put lots of strain on your cruciate ligament.

    That was a great workout anyway! Very interesting!

  • Nothing against the Wonder Woman movie, but this chick should have played her. Can’t stand watching Hollywood gals who are supposed to be strong NOT looking strong. I mean, come on, give me muscles or give me a novel.

  • Someone should explain to this girl you look up some when doing deadlifts and squats you don’t look down. You look up to help keep your shoulders back and back straight. Terrible form

  • i forgot… bb.com’s programs are for gear users. this wont do anything for a natural cept make him/her real sore. this many sets in one leg workout is silly. The powerbuilding program is more sensible in my silly opinion.

  • Erin is brilliant. No obnoxious posing or sticking her tongue out with that bs peace sign. Just an awesome, humble, hard-working and genuine person. Much respect to her!

  • Did it, completely fried my legs for almost a week. To all of you judging, just have a look at his legs and then at yours. Just sayin..

  • hey, im kind of new to bodybuilding and i havent used any supplements can anyone explain to me what they are exactly and if they do more harm than Good?

  • Can any body tell us whats the name of starting  music!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I’d rather put all that effort towards squats and deadlifts, but changing things up can also be productive. I don’t understand why he feels the need to wrap his knees while doing light sets of leg presses, though. I guess his knees feel vulnerable without wraps.

  • Thanks for the leg day workout bro, keeps me moving and shakin! If it wasn’t for this channel, Id not have anything to look forward to daily….So very greatful you keep kicking butt, taking names and crushing it! I need to get some killer sneakers like yours…you always have on cool shoes!

  • I don’t watch your videos because I need inspiration, I watch them because the world needs more people like you, like me, people that doesn’t stop, no matter what. Keep up the good work mate.