In this course you will learn how to get stronger and better looking legs while at the same time helping you become faster, more agile, and quicker. Additionally, having stronger leg muscles can help you decrease your risk of injury by adding stability and support to your knee and other joints.
You do not need to join a gym or buy any exercise equipment. The exercises are all natural calisthenics exercises, and use your own body weight as resistance. You can do these exercises at home, at your local park, or even in your office during your break.
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This part of the training focuses on basic squat exercises. Joe shows us how to do the basic squat in order to minimize risk of injury and maximize the exercise benefits you get for your muscles. With almost all these exercises, the technique with which you do them is very important. With the correct technique you will get good results.
Another advanced variation of the basic squat is the side squat where you maintain the basic squat position, but add little hops from side to side. This keeps the leg muscles constantly engaged, and each little hop adds extra resistance to your squat. You can also hop front and back as a variation to the side to side hops.
Advanced squat variation to get even more health benefits and build more leg and butt muscles. When regular squats become too easy for you to do, to make it harder for yourself you can add more repetitions, weight resistance (although with calisthenics we don't use extra weight) or add extra difficult elements to the basic squat. In this part of the training we show you how to do an advanced variation of the squat called squat jump.
Lunches are great exercises to strengthen and tone your butt and thigh muscles. This is another great exercise that you can do anywhere and doesn't require a lot of space. The basic lunge is a very age-proven exercise, and is a must for any leg training or toning routine. You can alternate between forward lunches and back lunges to hit more of the muscles of your leg.
Alternating advanced luges with lunch hops is a good exercise, and one of my favorites. It simulates the running motion, helps you with stability during exercise, can add to your cardio routine, and really helps to stress the leg muscles much more than when you do the basic lunge because there is more resistance against the leg muscles during the jumps during which you alternate the lunge legs.
Lunge twists are another advanced lunge variation that ads some core training to the leg training that you get with the basic lunge exercise routine.
Lunge hops in one place are also a good way to add extra resistance when exercising the leg muscles. And if you want to make this exercise even more difficult for yourself, add time or number of repetition to your routine. Also, you can add different lunges and alternate between them to give your muscles even more of a workout.
You can add a combination of squats and lunges to your calisthenics exercise routine. You can switch from lunge to squat to lunge to squat again. This will add a cardio element to your exercise routine, make it a little but more different and fun, and give your muscles even more of a workout.
The correct technique for doing the lunches and the squats. Many people don't have correct technique, and don't get the full benefits from these exercises. So the better your technique is, the more you will get from doing each squat or lunge.
If you have leg injuries associated with your hips or knees, in this video Joe shows lunge modifications you can try to do in order to decrease chances of aggravating your old knee or leg injuries.
In this part of the training, we show how to add quickness and speed drills to your exercise routine to make sure that whatever you are training for, you also become faster and quicker. If you are training for sports, it is important to add speed and quickness to your exercise routine so that you can perform better on the field.
Wall squats are a great way to really stress your thigh muscles and make them burn. You can see if you can hold a wall squat for 15 seconds. And if you can do 15 seconds, just add more time like 30 seconds, 45 seconds, and if you are good to a minute or more. I promise, you will really feel the burn.
Toe taps are good to do as a part of your cardio routine, and to help you increase your quickness. Try to see if you can do them faster. This exercise gets your full leg working, and also adds a good stretch to your thigh muscles. You can do it slowly while stretching, and once your exercise routine is in full swing, you can try the same exercise for speed to see how much quickness you can generate.
Butt kickers are another exercise that helps you work on your quickness if you do them for speed, and is also a good part of a stretching routine.
Knee raises are some of my favorite exercises because they help you with quickness, are a great part of your cardio exercise routine, and are also great stretches you can do during your stretching routine.
These side lunges help to improve your stability, agility, quickness. They are great exercises if you want to train to be quicker, and especially quicker at moving from side to side.
In this part of the training, Joe shows us how to increase quickness and explosiveness with 3 different calf exercises that you can add to your leg workout routine. When exercising your legs, don't forget about your calf muscles. The calf muscles will help you with quickness, stability, agility, speed and will help to prevent injuries around the knee by making the entire area around the knee stronger.
Try these hamstring exercises to improve your speed, and overall leg strength. Hamstrings play a big part in your running speed, and how toned and in-shape your leg looks.
In this part of the training, you will learn the basic ab workout position that many of the additional ab exercises start from. If you create an ab workout routine, you can alternate many different ab workouts, and after each different exercise, you can come back to this basic ab position. This makes for a great ab routine because it never takes the tension away from your abs, and continues to stress the ab muscles.
V-ups are a good ab exercise because it forces you to also work on your stability, and engages more of your core than the typical sit up or crunch. On the way up and down in your v-up, you must keep control of your body, and your whole core is engaged in the process of keeping things stable. When you start, do this exercise slowly so that you can focus on maintaining your stability on the way up and down.
Advanced v-ups are good ab exercises that give you a little bit more of a challenge than regular v ups.
In this part of the training, Joe explains when you should stretch, how you should stretch, and whether you should stretch before a workout or after a workout. The answer is that you want to stretch before a workout and after a workout. The main difference is that you never want to stretch cold muscles. Before stretching, do a little bit of physical activity that is nice and easy. So you start with basic and simple exercises for a few minutes just to do a small warmup. After the small warmup, you stretch your muscles and focus on your joints like your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, neck, and elbows. Joe shows how to loosen up the body from the upper body to the lower body. First he focuses on loosening the neck from side to side and then front and back. After that he loosens up his shoulders with small circles going forward and then going back. After that he does the cross-arm shoulder stretch. After that he loosens up the elbows by rotating them out and then in. After that he rotates the wrists side to side. After that Joe shows how to stretch the rib cage. After stretching the ribs, Joe shows how to stretch the hips, and after that he loosens up the lower back, then the hips, knees and ankles.
In this part of the course you learn how to work up to your first pull up if you are not able to do pull ups yet. There are two kinds of pull ups: where your hands are facing out and where your hands are facing in. The type where your palms are facing out is easier to do at first because your biceps are engaged. The pull up is one of the all time best calisthenics exercises because it works your back and arms in a natural way.
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