Home Workout for Legs & Back – Train Along!

Home Workout for Legs & Back – Train Along!

This home workout for legs and back is based on High Intensity Interval Training in order to maximize fat burning and muscle gain potential, as much as possible within a short space of time.

Watch the video below to train along with me!

SHOULD I WARM-UP BEFORE TRAINING?

Go here for my suggested warm-ups: https://youtu.be/JFdvISOXmY4

WHAT WILL I NEED?

  • 2 resistance bands (preferably light and medium/heavy)
  • 1 old pair of sweat pants
  • stop watch

Let’s get started!

HIIT 1:

  • Resistance Band Dead Lift
  • 1 min interval
  • 1 min rest
  • 3 sets

 

HIIT 2:

  • Stand-in-the-Band Squat
  • 1 min interval
  • 1 min rest
  • 3 sets

 

HIIT 3:

  • Single Leg Resistance Band Dead Lift
  • 30 second interval on each leg
  • 1 min rest
  • 3 sets

 

HIIT 4:

  • Resistance Band Pull Down
  • 45 second interval
  • Jump Squats
  • 45 second interal
  • 1 min rest
  • 5 sets

 

 

Home Workout for Legs Using Plyometrics with Kettle Bells or Dumbbells

Home Workout for Legs Using Plyometrics with Kettle Bells or Dumbbells

WHAT IS PLYOMETRICS?

Plyometrics involves the training of the muscles in a way as to exert maximum force with the objective of increasing power. In physics terms, power = strength x time/distance, but in order to simplify the meaning, power is the combination of speed and strength. Jumping is a form of plyometrics exercise and that’s what we are going to focus on in this workout.

I won’t bore you myself, but if you would like to learn more about the science of plyometrics/power training then check out this article: https://www.brianmac.co.uk/plymo.htm

For now, let’s just stick to the agenda, which is a hardcore home workout for legs using plyometrics with kettle bells, or dumbbells.

WHAT EQUIPMENT WILL I NEED?

  • 1 or 2 kettle bells or dumbbells of a reasonable weight

 

SHOULD I WARM-UP FIRST?

Go here for my recommended warm-ups: https://youtu.be/JFdvISOXmY4

LET’S GET IT!

SUPER SET 1:

  • Double Racked Squats – 8-12 reps
  • Jump Squats – 8-12 reps
  • 1-2 min rest
  • 3-5 sets/rounds

SUPER SET 2:

  • Double or Single Swings – 8-12 reps
  • Jumping Sumo Squat 8-12 reps
  • 1-2 min rest
  • 3-5 sets/rounds

BURNOUT:

  • Jump Squat Matrix – 4-5 reps
  • 3-5 sets/rounds
  • 1 min rest

 

GOOD LUCK!

 

Home Workout for Legs & Back (Using 1 Kettle Bell or Dumbbell)

Home Workout for Legs & Back (Using 1 Kettle Bell or Dumbbell)

This home workout for legs & back requires only a single kettle bell or dumbbell. I’m gonna show you how to get maximum results with minimal equipment!

For women, if you are a beginner, I recommend using no more than 8kg/17lbs for this routine. For some, 6kg/13lbs will be enough, but if you are more advanced you will need a kettle or dumbbell that weighs at least 10kg/22lbs. For the guys, 10kg/22lbs-12kg/26lbs should work well for beginners, and 16kg/35lbs+ for the veterans. If you are short on weight then don’t worry. All you need to do is add more reps to these sets, or take away a few reps if the weight is too heavy. I’ll leave it up to you to decide!

SHOULD I WARM-UP BEFORE TRAINING?

Go here for my recommended stretches and warm-ups: https://youtu.be/JFdvISOXmY4

LET’S GET STARTED!

Watch the video below if you would like me to take you through the whole workout.

CIRCUIT 1:

  • Single Arm Bulgarian Squat – 8-12 reps on each
  • Single Leg & Arm Dead Lift – 8-12 reps on each
  • Single Leg & Arm Side Split Squat – 8-12 reps on each
  • 1-2 mins rest
  • 3-5 sets

CIRCUIT 2:

  • Single Leg & Arm Cleans – 8-10 reps on each
  • Racked Single Arm Box Step-Up – 8-12 reps on each
  • Bent OVer Single Arm Row – 10-20 reps on each
  • 1-2 mins rest
  • 3-5 sets

CIRCUIT 3:

  • Single Arm Overhead Tetris Lunges – 5-6 reps on each
  • Swinging Jump Squats – maximum reps
  • 1-2 mins rest
  • 3-5 sets

GOOD LUCK!

 

Home Workout – LEGS! LEGS! LEGS!

Home Workout – LEGS! LEGS! LEGS!

HOME WORKOUT FOR LEGS

Back on that ass with a brand new home workout for legs! This one is focused on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and is bound to rip the legs to shreds and bomb the glutes like troops! Recommended for gym goers of beginner-intermediate experience, but this routine can easily be upgraded to an advanced level by using weights for some of the exercises, or working in the maximum amount of suggested repetitions and sets for each circuit.

WHAT EQUIPMENT WILL I NEED?

  • Back pack
  • Resistance bands
  • Kettle bell or home made kettle bell
  • Box or chair

LET’S DO IT!

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CIRCUIT 1:

  • Squats – 15-25 reps
  • Forward Lunges – 10-15 reps
  • KB Swings – 10-15 reps
  • 1-2 min rest
  • 3-5 sets

CIRCUIT 2

  • Stand in the Band Squat or Back Pack Squat – 15-25 reps
  • Overhead Squat in Resistance Band – 15-25 reps
  • Side Split Squat or Cossack Squat – 8-10 reps
  • 1-2 min rest
  • 3-5 sets

CIRCUIT 3:

  • Booty Climbers – 5-6 reps
  • Ballistic Jump Squats or Ballistic Squats – 6-8 reps
  • 1-2 min rest
  • 3-5 rounds

GO GET ‘EM!!

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