Home Gym Workout #5: Bodyweight Leg Workout; Part 2
Here’s another awesome Co-Ed home gym exercise session featuring a Medium/High Intensity Bodyweight Leg Workout (Part 2) combination with Resistance Bands.
You’ll notice the principle of Asymmetrical Variance (AV) throughout this leg workout session. This type of muscle fiber stimulation is very different from what is experienced on typical, mainstream leg machines – such as: leg extension, leg curl, leg press, squat machine, etc…
It’s not uncommon for the average person to complain of feeling ‘uncomfortable’ while using these leg machines – or to feel certain aches or pains after using these types of common pieces of fitness equipment.
This is one of the main reasons why I started focusing on bodyweight training and the principal of Asymmetrical Variance. So – on that note, let’s get into the leg workout session…
It’s a leg exercise sequence which can be done as a mini-workout or combined with other lower body, core and/or upper body exercises for a longer home or office workout session.
REMEMBER: Always get clearance from your doctor before starting any new exercise program. Better for you to be safe, rather than sorry, right?
Bodyweight Leg Workout; Part 2
You may have noticed, I do this leg workout barefoot (just socks). This makes each exercise more challenging, as balance becomes a much bigger factor. Because of this – there is a higher level of muscle fiber activation and stimulation.
If you do try it you’ll also notice you’ll need to ‘focus’ a bit more throughout the workout. NOTE: It’s a good idea to master this with sneakers first, before trying it barefoot.
Exercise sessions on The Atlas Home Gym System allow you to take total advantage of the muscle fiber stimulating effects created by the synergistic combination of: Form, Tempo and Sequence in your workout programs.
This is all in addition to the underlying element of Asymmetrical Variance, which is a natural component of the Atlas Home Gym… So your improvements are experienced in the shortest amount of time, with maximum safety and minimal risk of injuries as compared to more punishing methods of mainstream exercise and fitness training.
A fitness program focused on bodyweight exercise methods guides the human body toward it’s best potential in a natural way – as opposed to the grinding “wear and tear” methods of typical weight-lifting workouts and uncomfortable isolation-type gym machines that are loaded into typical fitness centers and health clubs.
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Joey Atlas – Creator of The Atlas Home Gym