Legs / Weight Lifting

How to Build Strong Legs (Workout)!

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Many people give their legs a weak workout at best or skip over them completely in favor of training their arms or chest more. This is a costly mistake to make. Not only does training legs help pack on lean mass it also helps keep of fat. When you do a heavy, intense leg workout your growth hormone spikes. Thus creating an anabolic environment, which equals muscle growth throughout your whole body. Because you can add several pounds of muscle to your legs, this will help you keep weight off. Muscle mass takes calories to maintain, so the more muscle you have the more calories you burn, therefore keeping fat off. As if those are not two good enough reasons to take leg training seriously, one of the biggest eye sores I can think of is an unbalanced physique. You know what I’m talking about, one with a huge upper body but tiny chicken legs.


Make sure you follow a good diet (like the one in my workout plan). I will also help  to try a good fat burner like TEA REXX, it is what I use to help me stay ripped.


Check out the Resistance Bands Brandon Carter Uses (RipCords)

Check out the Resistance Bands Bands Brandon Carter Uses (RipCords)

7 thoughts on “How to Build Strong Legs (Workout)!

  1. Hey brandon , sup man. Youre great as always.

    What i wanted to ask you is what if i got some “pains” on my knees even with simple running , let alone if i do squads etc… Is not a “heavy” pain or something that i cant handle or makes me stop but they are there.

    Should i rest couple of days , avoid some of the exercises or stop whatever brings me even the slightest knee/joint pain at once?

    Whats your opinion mate? Thnx in advance

  2. Alright im taking muscle supplements and when i lift and do work outs i look jacked but once i get home its like i never did anything is there any work outs you think would be best because i love feeling the burn in my arms, chest and legs and i really wanna do ab workouts will someone help please!

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