With legs being just about everyone’s hands-down pick as the toughest bodypart to train, physically and mentally, it is better to train them on their own. This bodypart takes all of your energy resources of worked out properly and calculated intensity. Having to go heavy and hard on legs sometimes has bodybuilders passing out or throwing up. It is better to train legs separately, when you can pour everything you have got into them.
This is a legs routine, designed to build new size, strength and detail into your quads.
Leg Extension – 4 sets, 30, 25, 20, 15 reps superset with
Bodyweight Walking Lunges – 4 sets, 24 steps
Leg Press – 4 sets, 20, 12, 10, 8 reps superset with
Bodyweight Sissy Squat – 4 sets, 15 reps
Hack Squat – 4 sets, 15 reps superset with
Bodyweight Squat – 4 sets, 20 reps
Make sure when doing bodyweight squats take them to parallel then come to a point just short of full lockout to keep constant tension in the quads.
Rest 1-2 minutes after each superset grouping.