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    For those who have those hard to grow legs what have you noticed works best for combating that in terms of how many times trained a week, how much volume per workout, and what workouts stimulated the most growth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    For those who have those hard to grow legs what have you noticed works best for combating that in terms of how many times trained a week, how much volume per workout, and what workouts stimulated the most growth?
    Sorry bro. Don't know what you are talking about I have to train upper body twice as hard just to keep up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    For those who have those hard to grow legs what have you noticed works best for combating that in terms of how many times trained a week, how much volume per workout, and what workouts stimulated the most growth?
    My legs didnít start growing until I started squatting consistently and multiple times a week. I would squat Tuesday, front squat on Thursday, and then squat again on Friday just switch it up from what I did Tuesday as far as reps/weight are concerned. Obviously, use common sense. If youíre sore, then either take a day off or take it easy and focus on ancillary movements. Try a powerlifting program. Your legs wonít have a choice but to grow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    For those who have those hard to grow legs what have you noticed works best for combating that in terms of how many times trained a week, how much volume per workout, and what workouts stimulated the most growth?
    If you wanna put that ??? Over in my q&a thread I'll give my 2 cents in video

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    For those who have those hard to grow legs what have you noticed works best for combating that in terms of how many times trained a week, how much volume per workout, and what workouts stimulated the most growth?
    Hit the Q&A log. He answers on Youtube and has definitely improved his legs while bulking(in think)lol

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    Honestly just doing more sets of squatting. Don't worry so much about weight, just pyramid up 5-6 sets of 8-10 reps. Also, don't do the conventional wide stance that mostly works glutes. Use a shoulder width or as close of a stance as you can comfortably do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    Honestly just doing more sets of squatting. Don't worry so much about weight, just pyramid up 5-6 sets of 8-10 reps. Also, don't do the conventional wide stance that mostly works glutes. Use a shoulder width or as close of a stance as you can comfortably do.
    Typically good reco BUT seems long legged people and "hard gainers" a) have a hard time squatting that way and b) can't help but to be posterior chain dominant I.e. squat with glutes, hips, hams. IM NOT SAYING DONT SQUAT THO!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    Typically good reco BUT seems long legged people and "hard gainers" a) have a hard time squatting that way and b) can't help but to be posterior chain dominant I.e. squat with glutes, hips, hams. IM NOT SAYING DONT SQUAT THO!!!

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    I agree here. I can't narrow squat with depth without having some pressure or pain on my knees


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    I agree here. I can't narrow squat with depth without having some pressure or pain on my knees


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    If u would like to. Try a plate under heels and use a manta ray if available or go as "high bar" as you possibly can


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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    If u would like to. Try a plate under heels and use a manta ray if available or go as "high bar" as you possibly can


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    I use adidas powerlift 3.1 for this very reason. It has 0.6 inch hard heel. High bar topples me forward. I used to do high bar before. Low bar helps me acheive depth better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    I use adidas powerlift 3.1 for this very reason. It has 0.6 inch hard heel. High bar topples me forward. I used to do high bar before. Low bar helps me acheive depth better.

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    i have a pair of Adidas lifting shoes too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    i have a pair of Adidas lifting shoes too.

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    Best investment ever. 60 dollar shoe saved my life.

    I invested in a 250 dollar reebok legacy lifters with 1 inch heel. The first day I hit heavy squats. It somehow raised the blood pressure in my eye balls so much during the rep that my right eye has floaters now. Permanently. Moved back to the Adidas and have meter been happier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    i have a pair of Adidas lifting shoes too.

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    Reebok here. I have to carry extra shoes(cardio); because you immediately want them off ...super heavy but simulate that. I can hit the floor w my Butt, not that anyone should do it. I have never had knee issues unless I am on a Chairlift Snowboarding ín

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    Best investment ever. 60 dollar shoe saved my life.

    I invested in a 250 dollar reebok legacy lifters with 1 inch heel. The first day I hit heavy squats. It somehow raised the blood pressure in my eye balls so much during the rep that my right eye has floaters now. Permanently. Moved back to the Adidas and have meter been happier.


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    Jesus Christ lol. How damn heavy? Bout tip over or something? Thats what the wife paid for mine, 60

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    Reebok here. I have to carry extra shoes(cardio); because you immediately want them off ...super heavy but simulate that. I can hit the floor w my Butt, not that anyone should do it. I have never had knee issues unless I am on a Chairlift Snowboarding ín

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