The leg workout for advanced athletes consists of 5 compound free-weight exercises to improve kinetic chain efficiency and glycolytic energy pathways.


Since the leg workout for advanced athletes consists of compound free-weight exercise activating numerous muscle groups simultaneously you can improve kinetic chain efficiency, body control and coordination. Because we want to challenge the nervous system, complexity of the selected exercises increases while weight being used decreases.

You can use the leg workout for advanced athletes to prepare yourself for more explosive exercises, such as Olympic lifts, that allow you to optimize your athletic abilities and become a powerful athlete. Ensure that the respective exercises are done in perfect form to optimize energy transfer and improve your athletic abilities.

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To become proficient in Olympic weightlifting, use the integrated periodization model for programming, and learn how to calculate appropriate training phase intensities download chapter 6 – Strength & Conditioning: Resistance Training for Athletes.

For more info on the subject then take a look at the purpose of athletic conditioning and learn how to become a powerful athlete.

Leg Workout For Advanced Athletes Exercise Summary

Leg Workout For Advanced Athletes

Training Zone

In this section we provide you with some more free-weight resistance training exercises you may be interested in to optimize your training:

Before you start your leg workout you may want to warm up to prepare yourself and minimize the risk for injuries.

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