There are many lower-body exercises that promise stronger legs. If you want strong and muscular legs we have the right routine for you.
These three essential moves will give you an effective leg-strengthening session in less than an hour.
The front squat is a great way to build the quadriceps, but because of the core strength needed to stay upright, the lift requires more total-body athleticism than its back-loaded counterpart.
The Romanian deadlift requires slightly straighter legs than the conventional deadlift, and this setup better targets the hamstrings and glutes (a perfect counter to the quad-dominant front squat). For lower body strength and size, these posterior-chain muscles are the most important to train.
The leg press is a great finisher exercise for a lower-body workout. The quadriceps respond especially well to high-rep training, so burning out on this machine is a perfect complement to the low-rep front squats at the start of the session.