Give your body a break from traditional squats and deadlifts and smash your wheels with this growth-inducing plan.
Two anteriorly loaded squat variations, both with benefits and drawbacks. So which is best for you?
These three exercises can wreck your knees. Don't worry, you can modify the movements or just replace them with something better. Here's how.
Forget about ass-to-grass squats and learn how to find the perfect squat depth. It's almost always parallel. Here's why.
Tall people generally have to work harder and longer to develop legs. Here's how to speed up the process.
If your deadlift stalls just off the floor, this exercise will strengthen that weak point and help you power up a new PR.
These two brutal drills will get you more athletic and shredded, even if you're not into Olympic lifting. Do them. Here's how.
Most lifters use the leg press as a substitute for the squat when their backs hurt. Not smart. Here's what to do instead.
There's a 90 percent chance you're doing lunges or split squats incorrectly. Here's where you're going wrong and how to do them right.
Take this popular exercise to the next level if you want big legs, great glutes, and healthy knees. Here's what to do.
It's one of the toughest muscle groups to build. We ask 10 experts for their single best tip for building quads. Check out their answers.
Yeah, it hurts, but if your legs are lagging it'll build them up fast.
This training method builds muscle several different ways, including increasing growth factors like IGF-1. Here's how to do it.
Take this old-school leg builder and make it even better for quad development. Here's how.
Big strong hammies are rare, even though everyone trains them. Here's what they're doing wrong and how to really build them.
It's one of the best lower-body exercises in existence, but there are many ways to do it. Have you tried them all?
Make legs great again. Or make yours great for the first time. This little trick will change how you train your lower body.
Are you missing a big portion of your hammies? You are if you're neglecting to do these two things.
Train your maximus, but don't forget about your medius. Hit the upper glutes hard with this unique exercise variation.
If you can pass this test, move to heavy barbell squats. If not, you have some work to do first.
Looks a little crazy, but this variation reinforced good mechanics. Warning: It'll also leave you sore for days.
Pairing this body part with leg training will make it grow bigger and stronger in a short amount of time.
Small arms? You need testosterone and GH. No, not the illegal kind. The kind you get when you use this science-backed training split.
Master the belt squat, build your legs, and boost your regular squat and deadlift numbers. Here's how.
Get more range of motion, build more muscle, and get stronger with this exercise. Check it out.