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2/11: Quick Legs (Quads) & Abs Workout by Melinda F. Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 9:24pm My fingers are freezing as I type this. I cannot wait for the warm-up this weekend! I just finished the following legs and abs workout. I did two exercises for each muscle group (quads and abs) and it went very quickly. You could easily do this workout in les ... Read on »
The Way My Quads Feel Today You Wouldn’t Believe I Workout Regularly by Tanya A. Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 4:53pm OK so last night’s leg workout killed my … and yes, my quads are heated up. It’s as if I never worked them out before. This post is the about the importance of switching your workouts up or the way in which you do your workouts. When you do this you hit areas in your body you didn’t know were even there. ... Read on »
SELF Workout on the Quad by coffeecakeandcardio Posted Sun 28 Apr 2013 8:00am Saturday morning I attended SELF Magazine’s first ever Workout on the Quad!! 2013 marks the 20th anniversary of the Workout in the Park, and their first year holding the event on a college campus. This year, American University in Washington DC won the chance to host the event on their quad through Her Campus .  The day and location ... Read on »
SELF Magazine Workout on the Quad at American University DC by coffeecakeandcardio Posted Sat 30 Mar 2013 8:00am For the first year ever, SELF Magazine will be hosting a Workout in the Park event on a college campus!  SELF gave universities nationwide the chance to compete to host the fitness event and guess who won… American University right here in Washington, DC! SELF Magazine’s first ever Workout on the Quad event is coming to D.C. and will ... Read on »
Punishing Quad Workout! by Tamzin Posted Mon 18 Oct 2010 2:28pm Hello, its Monday again well whats left of it. Wow today has been a long day I didn't get off the train till 9.30pm which is not great. The station I go to is not very desirable in daylight let alone in the dark! I actually got up early and drove my car down to the station to make sure I got a space close by then walked home which was a good ... Read on »
Heavy Leg Workouts from 3/9/12 (Quads) & 3/14/12 (Hamstring/Glutes) by Tanya A. Posted Fri 16 Mar 2012 3:10pm I’ve been out of commission for a few days so that’s why I’m posting these leg workouts I did so late.  I’m seeing good changes in my derriere so I’m psyched…natural butt lifting rocks.  Here are my past two heavy leg workouts they are… Exercise – weight x reps Barbell Squats (4 sets, eleva ... Read on »
Ed Coan - Quads Gym Squat Workout by Mike R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:14am And for the powerlifters out there, a small dose of the master Ed Coan getting diesel. Ed is so efficient it's sick! Stay strong MR BTW, stay tuned for a new article by myself and Geoff Neupert on squatting in the very near future! Read on »
Awesome Quads for Dummies by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:50pm Simple Quad/Leg Training Often you will hear people looking to get huge arms or that killer chest. How often do you hear someone talk about great quads or strong looking calves. Well for me they are something required for an impressive physique or to achieve that X-Look that Art Devany talks about. You will often see UFC fighters or Cyc ... Read on »
Boxing Workout Programs by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 Dec 2009 5:20am boxing may at times look easy when watching from the comfort of your living room, however the basics of the sport require a great deal of mental skill and strategy and of course a tremendous amount of physical training. A boxing workout is long, tiring and made of many types of exercise. Understanding the Sport To understand why a boxing w ... Read on »
Getting a Great Lower Body Workout by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am In general, work your large muscles before moving on to your small ones. So perform your lower body workouts in the following order: 1. Glutes 2. Quads 3. Hamstrings 4. Inner and outer thighs 5. Calves 6. Shins The only exception to this rule is if you specifically want to target a smaller muscle that's lagging far behind in ... Read on »