If you are looking for a great hamstring workout with the best hamstring exercises, you have come to the right place. This is extremely important; if you go to any bodybuilding show you will probably see that nearly every competitor on stage has a great chest, arms, and, if they dieted correctly, abs. These are the muscles that most bodybuilders focus on and covet. As you look at that same lineup you will notice that fewer bodybuilders have great backs and quads. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people have been asking me lately how they can get bigger calf muscles. Calf muscles are a more dense muscle and there for you can exercise them more often than you think. The downfall is that it’s difficult to give them rest because we’re either standing on our feet all day, walking or running so they don’t get to rest and rebuild as often as we’d like. Read the rest of this entry »
The quadriceps are the muscles of the front of the leg whose function is to extend the leg at the knee and to flex the hip. It is composed of four muscles on the front of the thigh called: Read the rest of this entry »
Watch Mariusz Pudzianowski go through his brutal leg workout. He reveals his secrets to getting his huge set of wheels. Read the rest of this entry »
Note: This article is a copy of a Q&A session with Layne Norton.
On leg training:
I just have such a hard time getting my self to work my legs. I keep on talking my self out of it. Any advice?
Legs days are what separates the men from the boys. Read the rest of this entry »
When it comes to smaller muscle groups like your calves and forearms, sometimes, straight sets aren’t enough. For these pump-prone but growth-restrictive muscles, you usually need to go above and beyond the norm to elicit serious gains. Read the rest of this entry »
You are a criminal. That’s right. You are guilty of one of the most heinous infractions an iron-lover can possibly commit: bodypart neglect. The evidence: your imbalanced physique. While you have been incredibly diligent at building commendable pecs, lats, quads, bi’s and tri’s, you are overlooking – perhaps unintentionally – some other bodyparts that are sorely in need of some growth. While the particulars vary from lifter to lifter, four of the most shunted bodyparts include calves, hamstrings, rear delts and forearms. Here are some quick tips on how you can put an end to the neglect and start evening out your progress.