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Splitting Leg Day into Quads and Hams


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Excerpt: Just looking to get some opinions from guys that split leg day into 2 different days. One being with the concentration on Quads, and the other day on Hamstrings. What do you guys do for each day, and do you notice any difference... especially in muscle growth?

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    Splitting Leg Day into Quads and Hams

    Just looking to get some opinions from guys that split leg day into 2 different days. One being with the concentration on Quads, and the other day on Hamstrings.

    What do you guys do for each day, and do you notice any difference... especially in muscle growth?

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    Re: Splitting Leg Day into Quads and Hams

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    Just looking to get some opinions from guys that split leg day into 2 different days. One being with the concentration on Quads, and the other day on Hamstrings.

    What do you guys do for each day, and do you notice any difference... especially in muscle growth?
    I know some people that do this. I wouldnt do it.. But thats because my hams get SUPER sore from squats and legpress my hamstrings dont take much work.. But a lot of people like it
    for quad workout itd have squats/legpress/ext
    hams could inclue sl deadlifts/different variations of leg curls/goodmornings

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    Well my split goes
    Monday: quads, calves glutes
    Tuesday: chest, triceps, abs
    Wednesday: rest
    Thursday: back, biceps
    Friday: Shoulders, traps and hamstrings
    Saturday and Sunday are rest days. Honestly with a split like this it gives hams enough time for recovery. But I'm also doing HIT with low volume going beyond muscular failure so for hamstrings I'm only actually doing 2 sets

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