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Short vid from Leg Day

jp2007

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Slow. Controlled. Awesome!

I feel the burn just watching it lol.. Good set, i do leg presses the same way. I don't go crazy heavy on them because they bother my hips.
 

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Slow. Controlled. Awesome!

I feel the burn just watching it lol.. Good set, i do leg presses the same way. I don't go crazy heavy on them because they bother my hips.
Thanks. I have learned a lot from the vets here on the boards about training and training smart.

Nice job....hard work right there
I am trying some new things out Phil. Looking into reducing the volume of the workout and increasing the intensity of the workouts with some forced reps. My legs really over arms my upper body so I need to find a way to fix this. But thanks for the words PH.
 

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those are some well controlled deliberate reps that show in your quad development. good job!
 

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Good example...

You showed a good example of form in that you didn't allow your knee's going into your face allowing your lowerback to round out.... I know that I, as well as many others, have and do allow that image of what a leg press should be like dictate that kind of form... but again, it really sets up the lower discs to be open, literally actually, for herniation.

The range of motion may be decreased, but it saves the lower back and actually helps keep more tension on the muscle.
 

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You showed a good example of form in that you didn't allow your knee's going into your face allowing your lowerback to round out.... I know that I, as well as many others, have and do allow that image of what a leg press should be like dictate that kind of form... but again, it really sets up the lower discs to be open, literally actually, for herniation.

The range of motion may be decreased, but it saves the lower back and actually helps keep more tension on the muscle.
You got a good point there. I have never been a big fan of heavy leg presses of a max rep range of 3-6..too much pressue on the ribs and etc, IMO.

I am more a a squat, stiff leg, lunges kind of guy
 

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