- Mar 31, 2007
I would keep in mind that this is just one in a series of leg routines. I train in a somewhat similar manner. Notice how he paid most attention to the quads everything with a wider stance. Kai eally did not even train his hamstrings directly, but in and indirect manner his squat and every press he did work the hamstrings bc f how wide his stance was. You made a great observatioon and that was that he did not do any close stance on any machine except for the superset kai did between the wide stanc eon leg press and the clsoe stanc on the standing squat machine.To which i answer how does he do his stair master, and what other routines is this one leg routine a smaller part of, it is possible that the stances on all of these things chanes in a controlled manner to get a specific end result.
Again i train in a similar manner focus on one aspect of legs each time but still training the quad and hamstring and glutes every leg session, my form will change to put more stress on different areas of the muscles accordingly.
Great subtopic idea for this thread turk!
Thanks for the great input big ben.......As you mentioned he must focus on different areas at different times. He was going absurdly wide in all of his stances. It would be nice to hear what other ppl think....obviously nicer if he explained it!