Legs Barbell Workout
Hey, there Foxy Nation! This week I have a killer lower body barbell workout for you to try at the gym. Or maybe you have a barbell laying around in your garage. We are hitting the quads, hamstrings, and glutes with super traditional exercises. You don’t need to focus on isolation exercises to build lean muscle. Stick to the compound workouts!
I hope you enjoy the workout feel free to workout with me in the video below.
1. Start nice and tall with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart
2. Keep your spine in a straight line by making sure you keep your head looking forward. And keep that core tight
3. Push your hips back so that your knees are at a 90-degree angle and your thighs are parallel with the ground
4. Pause for a second at the bottom of the motion and then push through your heels to bring yourself up
1. Again, stand with your back straight and neutral
2. After you lower yourself down with your hips, explode up towards the ceiling
3. Once your feet touch the ground again, immediately jump up again
1. Get in the starting position with your feet about shoulder-width apart and your chest up
2. Take a step back with your right leg and push your hips back until your body lowers.
- Your knee should be almost touching the ground before you return to the starting position. Put your weight in the heel of that front leg to bring you back to the start.
4. Repeat all the reps on one leg before moving on to the opposite leg
1. Start on the floor with your feet pointed out about hip-width apart and your back flat on the floor. You can lower your arms down by your sides
2. Use your glutes to lift your hips up off the ground. And squeeze at the top of the movement
3. Lower yourself back down and repeat for 12 reps.
1. Place your feet hip-width apart & directly in the center underneath the barbell
2. Inhale as you lower your hips until your shins touch the bar
3. Keep your chest up and your head looking forward as you drive through your heels to move the weight up
4. Bend your hips to lower the bar back down to the floor
What is your favorite leg exercise?
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Peace & Love,