Today, I have reached the highest level of immobility I have ever achieved after leg training.
Apart from the long rest I took in the gym after training, sitting down and doing nothing..
The bus driver stared at me like I'm a handicap boarding the bus while the queue behind waits.
An old lady having to wait for me to struggle while alighting. While a girl at sitting at the bus stop stared at me like I'm insane coming off the bus like I'm in my 90s already.
So here's my workout. Kept it intense, completed just minutes over an hour. I'm a believer of higher reps for legs btw!
Lying Legs curls: 4 sets, 24 reps. (I use a combination of single leg curls. So it goes, left leg curl, both curl, right curl, both curl - that's 4 reps. If my single legs die out, then I complete it with doubles.) Focusing primarily on the negatives for this exercise.
Seated Leg Curls: 3 sets, 15 reps.
Stiff Leg Deadlifts: 3 sets, 12-15reps
Glute blaster(Might be a rare machine?): 2 sets, 20 reps.
Leg Extensions: 3 reps, 15 reps
Squats: 3 sets, 15 reps
Leg presses: 3 sets, 12-20reps
Let me know what you think! :D Don't comment about the rep range though. Debates like those are never ending. I've recently switched over to higher rep ranges for legs, for I have read some positive views on that from articles by Pros, and it's working well for me. It especially to helps me connect with and activate my hamstrings and glutes.