Transformed: Week 9, Day 60 - Lower-Body Workout

It's not too early to learn the ins and outs of the "after" photo. Athlete Geremy Satcher shares his favorite photo tips.

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Photo prep

You're already in Week 9! Isn't that amazing? You've already come so far, but think about what the next three weeks will bring you.

Now that you're reaching the end of this trainer, you may be wondering how to celebrate your accomplishments. One of the most popular and inspiring choices is an awesome "after" photo. You don't need to go crazy and spend a lot of money on a professional shoot—although that is a great way to add a little extra accountability to the remainder of your time in the program—but spending a little extra time planning a good "after" photo will make a world of difference.

Dymatize athlete Geremy Satcher has been in front of the camera a number of times. So whether you want to post that "after" photo to social media or just keep it in a drawer as a reminder of your awesome achievement, use his tips to help you make the most of it.

We know, we know: You've got 24 brutal days left. But it's never too early to start planning, right? Plus, looking forward to this photo might be just the thing to add a little wind to your sails!

Geremy Satcher Transformed Tip, Day 60: Photo Prepping
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Day 60: Lower-body
1

Barbell squat

4 sets of 6-8 reps, rest 1-2 min. between sets
Barbell squat Barbell squat

2

Dumbbell goblet squat

4 sets of 10, 10, 8, 8, reps tempo 2:1:3, rest 60-90 sec. between sets
Dumbbell goblet squat Dumbbell goblet squat

Superset
3

Barbell walking lunge

3 sets of 12 reps, rest 60-90 sec. between sets
Barbell walking lunge Barbell walking lunge

Barbell step-up

3 sets of 10 reps, rest 60-90 sec. between sets
Barbell step-up Barbell step-up

4

Leg extension

4 sets of 10 reps, last 2 sets are double dropsets, rest 60-90 sec. between sets
Leg extension Leg extension


5

Seated calf raise

3 sets of 15 reps, rest 60-90 sec. between sets
Seated calf raise Seated calf raise




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