Stiff Legged Deadlifts: We all want a perfect bigger and stronger Leg. Well, most of us do. They look great in fitted with half pants, or tight pants, look even better out of them and help compliment a well-defined torso. Yes, some people will say exercising your Leg in isolation is stupid. We understand, but some days we just long for the pump. And you know what? There’s no shame in that.
Stiff Legged Deadlifts
Equipment Required: Barbell
- Stand with your feet placed fairly close to each other, facing the bar on the floor. Bend forward at the waist, keeping your back arched and, if possible, your legs straight. Take an overhand grip on the bar, with your arms relaxed.
- Inhale and straighten your body, flexing at the hips and keeping your back rigid.
- Exhale as you complete the movement and return the bar back to the floor, keeping your back straight.
So rather than beat around the bush, let’s get straight to it. If you want to build a stronger Leg, these 10 exercises will help get you there. Perform them properly, and it won’t just be your Leg that starts to bulge, your overall health will see an improvement, too.
So there you have it: a bulging Leg can actually improve your health. So tell that to the next person who smirks at you when they see you on your third set of curls.
What are Legs?
The majority of muscles in the leg are considered long muscles, in that they stretch great distances. As these muscles contract and relax, they move skeletal bones to create a movement of the body. Smaller muscles help the larger muscles, stabilize joints, help rotate joints, and facilitate other fine-tuned movements.
Muscles of the lower leg move the lower leg at the knee joint and the foot at the ankle joint. There are three main muscle groups.