Beef Up Your Trunks

Beef Up Your Trunks

Go and check out memes on social media, there is nothing worse or queerer than seeing a buff guy with skinny legs. Men tend to concentrate on mirror muscles - chest, arms, shoulders, abs - and often wear pants to cover up their legs. No matter how hard you can punch, if you lack vigour and power in your lower body, then you’re going to be missing a very imperative piece of the puzzle. 

Leg Presses
Leg press machines furnish a substitute to the conventional squat by fetching the weight to you. These machine types feature either a 45-degree tilted ‘sled’ that boasts a platform and moving weight rack or a lever platform that movesrizontally from a seated position. The leg press machine has some distinctive rewards over other exercises and machines like it, particularly for its muscle targetig purposes. 

The Pistol Squat
The Pistol or One Legged Squat is the ultimate king of lower-body exercises. The traditional barbell back squat just doesn’t hold a thread to the pistol. The pistol is a very tough exercise and those who can carry out the exercise with ease have startling leg strength as well as balance and elasticity. Start working on one leg like with one-legged squats. They may guard leg ligaments as well. 

Leg Extensions
The leg extension is an isolation exercise that targets your quadriceps, the muscles on the front of your thigh. It is a simple movement, which occurs at only one joint - your knees. The leg extension fortifies your quadriceps and if done precisely, is not hard on the knee joint.

Whether you’re a guy looking to gain lean muscle mass, bulk up, or you’re just trying to get in better shape, squats are one of the most effective exercises a man can do for those purposes. Even though squats primarily work the muscles in a man’s lower body, they also help by stimulating a large growth-hormone release, ameliorating the development of your upper body at the same time.

Now it’s time to get some cardio into your lower body workout with sprints. Sprinting uses the same muscles as running, but requires that they are substantially more limber for short bursts of speed while avoiding injury. Running is powered by the legs, hips and glutes, so training the same muscles with a stress on speed will make you for sprinting. While training, avoid raising on the toes or pumping too high with the arms. Let the primary muscles used for running to supply power to sprint.

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