BodyGroup Of The Month: Legs Of Steel
Leg day separates men from bros. If your calves are thinner than a runway model and you're tired of catching flak for having chicken legs, it's time to invest in steel.
The Legs of Steel BodyGroup stands by its members, supports them and encouraged each member to develop muscular legs. This takes time—you can't get quadriceps implants! Muscle, like wealth, is accrued over time. Join this group. Put in the time, because your legs are what carry you through life!
The Legs of Steel BodyGroup is relatively new among the thousands of groups in Bodyspace, but the desire for better leg training is timeless. Join us in congratulating the Legs of Steel members, this month's BodyGroup of the Month!
Group Description: We are a group of people who would love to develop the overall muscularity in our legs.
Group Commitment: Everyone who is a member of Legs Of Steel must be committed to help motivate and inspire others to build the best set of legs possible through proper leg training.
My BodyGroup Legs Of Steel is about building the best set of legs possible. Our members consist of beginning, intermediate, and experienced lifters. Also a majority of our members are bodybuilders, fitness, figure, and bikini competitors.
I started Legs Of Steel to help others gain the size and strength in their quads, hamstrings and calves through quality workouts.
I just finished my first bodybuilding show last March 31. Although it was great and I was happy with my progress, I could see that my legs needed more work—especially my backside. I want to learn all I can to design and implement a killer leg program!
By invitation, also I feel building legs is neglected by too many people in favor of chest or shoulders. Why build small muscles when there are big ones just waiting to be used?
A strong set of legs is an indicator of someone with a strong mind and a lot of heart and ready for a challenge! These are the type of people I respect and surround myself with and inspire others to become.
By leading the Legs Of Steel BodyGroup it motivates and inspires me to reach my goals in whatever I do in and out of the gym.
Members ask questions in the BodyGroup Forum by creating their own threads or by posting questions. Every question has received answers by other members. Many members also post in the comments section with their opinions about the group, to ask and answer questions, and receive feedback on their progress.
I say the attitude in the group is a very positive and uplifting attitude. We are open to anyone wanting to join with a positive attitude.
Being a motivator lets you see others reach their goals and that motivates you to push harder to reach bigger and better goals.
I would motivate them by showing that if you need motivation and inspiration from others to build the best set of legs possible, this is the group for you.
This group's mentality is positive and full of people wanting to achieve their goals. It has helped me stay positive in everything I do.
I think the BodyGroup Legs Of Steel is a key motivator for anyone wanting to build the best set of legs possible.
The best part of the BodyGroup pages is that every member of each group has a chance to interact with each other either through the Forum or Comments sections.
Yes, it has been really worthwhile for me to dedicate my time to this group. I love seeing other people who share the same interest in keeping fit and living a healthy lifestyle.
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how about, im 6'5', and have back problems. ill even go no weight, and it still hurts it. but i do use a squat machine, which doesnt hurt it at all.
I have back prob. also still squat 1x per week. try working on the muscles that support your spine that is what i had to do to get rid of my back pain
You might just have to suck it for a bit. Once you get into a squatting routine you will build up the supporting muscles and BOOM.. no pain
Ive done smith and free bar squats, but I usually end up hurting my back, but since I discovered the Goblet Squat on here awhile back it is by far my favorite squat exercise and it doesn't require a ton of weight and it keeps your back straight....