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Steve Cook dinner Leg Exercise | Massive Man on Campus

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Steve Cook dinner will train you to hit your legs tougher and heavier than another physique half. Prolong, curl, squat and shock your physique to develop.
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37 thoughts on “Steve Cook dinner Leg Exercise | Massive Man on Campus

  1. You guys need to change your editing style or get a new editor. It's always terrible. Stop putting so much B rolls and close ups before we could actually see the movement done in full range of motion. Damn it

  2. I have a lower lumbar injury and I've been told to not do deadliest or heavy back squats (I know this workout has front squats, just saying.)

    Is there an alternative I can do to straight leg deadlifts? I don't want to aggravate my lower back.

  3. are those track shorts?? hate wearing ball shorts to gym when I finally have that tear drop to show off

  4. Hmm i think i now know how to train legs… I think now i also maybe questioning my sexual orientation lol

  5. I love leg day. I don't know why. Maybe it's because I feel more knackered than any other workout.

  6. Okay I am definitely not doing this for my first leg day after having to take some time off I'll probably do half of it today

  7. just done this workout and felt so pumped up but when I got home I've just realised that I've skipped the calf's arghhh ??

  8. A few things. You should be doing squats(front or back) first, because this is the most taxing leg lift. Second, when do a standing or lying leg curl, what is the purpose of then doing a seated leg curl? The leg extension/jump squat superset is not  bad idea, but doing walking lunges with weights would be far more effective. Also you should finish the leg workout with calf raises, either standing or seated. While your calf's are being utilized in some of these other exercises, the calf raise is essential if you really want them to look big and developed. A good workout nonetheless, but I believe this is designed more for beginners.

  9. I projectile vomited outside my gym after this. Definitely the best leg workout I've ever done. And no I'm not lying, I literally was sick to my stomach. Might have pushed myself a bit too hard but hey, no pain no gain right?

  10. I love how they couldn't just stick to the same camera angle throughout even one of his seated leg curl reps so we could get a good perspective of his rom

  11. A Dead Lift is called "Dead Lift" for a reason.
    You drop the weight after each repitition.
    Either you drop your weight or you're just doing something else.

  12. at first i really don't like doing the front squats because im not yet comfortable doing it. but as i practiced it with lightweights, i already got the hang of it. i can go heavy with it. doing it, is not like up and down. there's some kind of angle you have to imagine in your mind when doing it, it's like when you go down, and up, you launch 90 degrees. i don't know how to explain it very thoroughly, but im sure you already know what im saying for those who doing front squats

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