HOW TO SQUAT (Beginner Tips) & LEG DAY ROUTINE βœ“ (Gym Guide Continuation)


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LEG Routine
Squats: 5 sets: 6-10 reps
Leg Extensions: 4 sets: 10-15 reps
Hamstring Curls: 4 sets: 8-12 reps
Leg press: 4 sets: 8-12 reps
Walking Lunges: 3 sets: 20 steps
Hyper extensions: 3 sets: 12 reps
Standing Calve Raises: 3 sets: 8-12 reps
Seated Calve Raises: 3 sets: 8-12 reps


23 thoughts on “HOW TO SQUAT (Beginner Tips) & LEG DAY ROUTINE βœ“ (Gym Guide Continuation)”

  1. Hey man, you need to try staying over your mid foot when squatting. in the bottom you can see your weight is on the ball of your foot (heels lift slightly). Also you could cut 2 inches from your depth. Going too low is almost as pointless as half squats. Look into

  2. May i ask, im in the gym rn but the leg press is locked with heavy weights i cant remove but there's a reverse legpress, will it also work?

  3. Awesome and helpful videos! Holy hell the first time I did squats and leg extensions on the same day… the next day was rough lol.

  4. I'm not trolling when I say this. I absolutely love doing leg day. I in fact do legs 2 times a week. And I have seen waaaaay better results.

  5. Thank you so much for these beginner guide videos. When I was 17 I cut from 245 pounds to 190 then bulked up to 200 lbs. Then I got married at 19 years old, got a job ate a lot, worked a lot, and spent a lot of time with family. I haven't worked out in 7 years and had got up to 265 lbs, I currently weigh 245 and was trying to get to 240 with diet alone, then start dieting and gym. I'm going to start hitting the gym again Monday either way though. I plan to follow this guide. Push, pull, legs, x2 then Sunday be my rest day.

  6. Hi! Thanks for all the instructions. I found them all very helpful. One thing, unfortunately, I can't do. Or can't do, yet: Squats. I weigh 285 lbs so squats put a huge lot of stress on my knees which is really painful, so I'd like to lose some weight before I start doing them. Do you have any tips on how to substitute squats and still get a good workout for my legs my legs? Thanks so much.

  7. So, so far I've done the three first days (push, pull, legs) and will repeat them for the next three days, I was wondering though, I know everyone's different but as a complete beginner is there an appropriate amount of times I should repeat this routine? I guess what I mean is, how do routines change? Is there anything else I should be thinking about adding to this later on or now? Sorry for the book I just wrote by the way and seriously, thank you for these videos.

  8. great vid and great, helpful tips!! love the Dbz cut off too. I have one myself and just scored a raglan from the GF for Valentines day. cheers bro!

  9. Sup man new subscriber here, ur story is really inspiring and i wanted to thank you for sharing. I believe because of ur informative videos i will not look like a complete noob on my first day. I will like to ask u one question though that im still unclear about when it comes to ur journey so that i can try and mirror it. When u started loosing all that weight did u also lift. I do remember u saying muscles will help weight loss but it kinda looked like you just started mainly or just doing cardio.. Should i focus on cardio first or combine the 2 (cardio and weight/muscle building) in my workouts? workouts?

  10. My knees hurt badly when getting up from bending like that πŸ™ I need to strengthen them idk how to do that and then do squats at the same time and feeling so much pain..

  11. Wow great, thanks you so much!!! This totally helps a ton. I’m new to the gym and appreciate your vids. Thanks

  12. My knees are shot and I am morbidly obese. I do go to the pool often though, so how do you feel about squats in the water with just my body weight? For that matter, can you do a video about exercises for weight loss in the pool? Thanks.

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