And when heath was on stage and he was winning his six title...
Kai greene was in the gym..
And he wrote this
When it comes to training legs I work in a specific order, I start with glutes, then calves, then hams because that is the order of needed improvement. My quads are superior to the other parts of my legs, so I prefer to address those other parts when I am most energetic and alert. This is the formula for improvement. When training glutes you will notice I pay close attention to my spinal erector, this helps stabilize my body and stay in place. With each contraction Iím imagining myself standing onstage in the semi-relaxed pose. Think of your hamstrings as a piano wire throughout the entire range of motion. That feeling is the telltale sign that your hamstrings are responsible for moving the weight. I make sure I am using my mind and focusing deep into my hamstrings and feel every fiber working. I generate great power at around 15-20 reps and working to failure in this rep range is effective for my body. When you get deeply connected with your muscles, you donít need to lift the whole gym. I know most people think of working a higher rep range as light, but not for me. My legs like this range and itís where I feel the best combination of power, strength and burn. Iíve always found that this rep range is very natural for me and I feel more connected than when using lower reps.
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