4 Simple Steps To Build Your Leg Muscles

by surendra kumar October 12, 2020 3 min read

4 Simple Steps To Build Your Leg Muscles

So you want the ultimate bodybuilder legs. Well then its time to learn our simple tips about how to build muscle in your legs. This simple guide gives you everything you need to drive your leg day forwards so you’ll never have to ask again how to get bigger legs.
Now the only thing holding you back is your own lack of drive. If you want your legs to stand out in the crowd, simply read our guide and get the job done.
Perform the right exercises

The bottom line is this: Don’t waste your time doing the wrong exercises. Since you want to build muscle, you are best advised to do compound exercises, which target multiple muscles and involve more than one joint. Let’s take a look at the difference between these and isolation exercises.
A deadlift, for example, requires you to work your glutes, hamstrings, and quadriceps all at the same time. The quads and hamstrings are the main muscles that you see on the front and back of the thighs.
A seated leg extension only works the quads, which are the muscles on the front of the thighs. Is it wrong to do leg extensions? No, not necessarily. But it is incorrect to think that you can build a lot of girth by just doing them.
Focus your gym time on compound exercises to get the best return on investment. Aside from deadlifts, these include squats, lunges, Bulgarian split squats, and leg presses.
Save the isolation drills for the end of your workout if you feel inclined to do them.
Use weights that are heavy enough to spark growth
If you’re looking for a killer leg workout then don’t be surprised that flinging paperweights around won’t build much muscle on your legs. You want to be challenged to a point where you almost must grunt out loud. Don’t do that, though, because you’ll look like an idiot and you’ll probably anger a lot of the people around you in the gym!

Focus on a resistance that you can only lift 5 to 8 times with each set. Aim for 5 or 6 sets and make sure to use proper form. Always go through a full range of motion, never use momentum, and stay in control the entire time you do a set.
Work out on a regular basis
Laziness is unacceptable when it comes to building your leg muscles. Work those babies on a regular basis or you will get zero results. Do a workout and then take two days off before your next one. This will give you enough time to pulverize your muscles, yet it will also give you adequate time to recover.

And it is during your recovery time that your muscles are growing.
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Feed your body properly
Muscle doesn’t magically appear on your bones. It needs to be stressed, but it also needs to be fed. Follow a diet that is high in quality protein, good carbs, and healthy fats. Balance each meal you eat with a portion of protein, carbs, and fat, and make sure to drink plenty of water – especially while you work out.
A healthy balanced meal would be a lean steak with steamed broccoli and quinoa on the side. The protein from the steak helps with muscle rebuilding, the quinoa is a good source of complex carbs for energy, and the broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable, which helps with testosterone release. You’d have a hard time getting any healthier than that.
So what now?
If learning how to build leg muscle was a problem, it shouldn’t be now. You have all the tools you need to make it a reality and live life to the fullest. If you’re looking for more bodybuilding advice then take a look at our muscle building guide >>

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