Legs EOD, workout 13

Standing calf raise. 5 sets, 20 reps.

Horizontal leg press, 6 sets, 20 reps.

Lying leg curls, 5 sets of 20, 15, 12, 10 and 8 reps, increasing the weight each set.

Leg extensions, 3 sets, 20 reps.
All of those were done to failure

Walking lunges, 4 sets across the gym and back, about 30 reps each leg.

 

That was it. This was a quick work out. It still took about an hour, but it's much less workload than I have been doing.

This is the 13th workout in 25 days, so I'm already pretty beat up, but we took the kids to an ice skating rink this afternoon and they convinced me to rent a pair of skates and get on the ice with them....and that had me feeling like I already trained before I even entered the gym. The ice skating was probably harder on my legs than the leg workout was.

I'm more than halfway done now with the Legs EOD experiment. I'm on the home stretch, but I'm really beat. I don't think that I'll ever do anything like this again.  For 3 weeks, it was doable. I thought I was over the constant soreness....but that didn't last and now my legs are as sore as they ever were.

I feel like my calves and hams have made the most progress and my legs now feel like they're  a stand-out body part (which they never were before), but I don't know how much of that is new leg progress and how much of it is my legs look bigger because my upper body is shrinking lol

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