Greg Plitt's MFT28: Day 26, Legit Legs
You're nearly to the finish line of MFT28. The last Legit Legs day stands in your way. Fire up your quads and tackle today's training sessions with everything you've got. It's time to finish this fight. Light up your legs and change your life.
MFT28 Legs Workout!
Watch The Video - 23:00
Legit Legs: Morning Mass ///
Make sure to warm up before you start this workout. You're too legit to quit, but you don't want an injury on your final lifting day. Knock out a set of bodyweight squats or perform some quick cardio, and open up your hips with some light stretching. Your last heavy legs session begins now.
Rep target: 10-12 reps
Lift to failure on all exercises
Rest periods: 60-90 seconds
*Focus on the eccentric—lowering—portion of this exercise. Explode through the concentric portion, and then lower yourself with a five-count negative.
Resume regular sets.
*Change your foot position every 15-20 reps so your toes are neutral, pointed out, and then pointed in. Each set is 45-60 reps total.
Rep target: Variable*
Rest interval: 30-45 seconds
*Note: Because you can't adjust the load on bodyweight exercises, perform reps according to your fitness level. Elevate your heart rate and tax your muscles without reaching failure.
Resume regular sets.
This is your final MFT28 abs workout. Power through and sprint to the finish, if your legs will allow it. Either way, you've earned the right to rest. Finish strong.
MFT28 Abdominal Power Workout!
Watch The Video - 3:28
3 sets per exercise
30-second rest between exercises
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I've done his chest, back, and arms workout so far and it is crazy how sore I am for the following few days. I love it! This is such a nice break from the normal "weight training" I'm used to doing. And being active duty military, I like his program even more because the philosophy with these workouts is very similar to what we do in the USMC. It's awesome man, thank you so much for posting this. You're a HUGE inspiration. Gonna hit this leg routine today.
this is my last friday of this routine. Legs right now and later followed by abs. I like this routine, but more importantly I like the philosophy behind it.. I didn't follow the exact coordinates, but I still used a lot of the movements in this program. My diet and exercises were different. I pretty much split my routine like this.. Monday and thursday upper body, warm up cardio and abs. Night I would do plitts movements followed by abs. Tuesday and friday lower body warm up plyometrics.. same thing with night session. Legs followed by abs. Wednesdays were usually abs/cardio during day and night full body and abs after every workout in the night.. Saturdays I would do full body, or just hit the abs with a bit of cardio. Greg talks about being a leader, and this is what worked for me. I def never seen my body like this.. hit me up if your interested in knowing what I did.. Thanks Greg