There are many benefits of having strong legs. A humans legs are very important for overall body strength. Many people don't consider building leg power, when working out.
Running a certain distance evry day at a low rate of speed, is a fine way of building leg strength. Each day, try to increase the distance you run. Having a goal in mind is a great idea. 1 mile a day is a cool starting point.
Running a short distance at a fast rate of speed is called a sprint. 50 feet is a good distance to complete your short sprint training. Doing 5 sprints in a ceratin amount of time will help build strong legs.
This type of exercise is a bit advanced , but could be used by all. Using a 100 foot hill, stand at the bottom, sprint as fast as you can to the top of the hill. Walking back down the hill is your rest period. After reaching the bottom, repeat this sprint at least 5 times.
Lifting any kind of weights is a great way to build muscle. Leg squats are exercises that concentrate on your entire leg. Placing a barbell with weight, on your shoulders is the beginning step of this exercise. Securing the barebell with your hands, and standing erect, squat completely to the floor. Repeating this motion 8 times (reps), is called 1 set. A general tip to follow, 4 sets of 8 reps each.
Leg training doesn't have to be hard work all the time. Bike riding could be fun way of training your legs. Riding a bike for 20 minutes a day is great for your legs. To increase the effect try putting your bike in a very high gear, your legs will work harder thus the results will follow.
Whatever method of leg training is choosen, remember to be consistent with your training.
Biulding any kind of muscle requires dedication.
Good health tips for leg power strengthening.
Good list to strengthen legs. I can only do the walking since a low back disc rupture, but thankful to be able to do that. High 5!
I love your list of 5. Can't wait until it warms up a bit to be able to do all of these. Great job.
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