leg-workouts-at-home

How to Do Leg Workouts at Home

There’s two types of not having a gym: 1) ‘I don’t belong to a gym, but I have a lot of weights at home and 2) I don’t belong to a gym, and I don’t own any weights in my apartment. You can do leg workouts at home in each case, but it will be harder to get the same pump you would in the gym without weights. Bodyweight workout enthusiasts will fight hard on this one, but we’re sticking to it.

For legs, you’re going to keep seeing the same theme over and over again: squats, deadlifts, and lunges. If you’re looking for variety, it’s out there… it just may not be as effective as working in these staples. One great attribute about these exercises that makes them perfect to include in leg workouts at home is that they don’t take up much space at all. This means you have no real excuse to take a day off just because you’re limited to your apartment.

Leg Workouts at Home on Daily Spot

It’s very easy to google a new workout plan every day, but that takes time. We do this for you. Follow these types of workouts and more that update EVERY DAY on Daily Spot. See expert workouts, record your data, see your points, and enter to win awesome contests all included. Here’s an example of one leg workout at home which makes use of dumbbells to get a full workout.

Verner’s Bulk Strong at Home:

Today is leg day! We are looking to add size and strength. Concentrate on form and have a great workout!

  • Dumbbell Lunge - 4 sets x 20 – Rest for 2 minutes after each set.
  • Straight-Leg Dumbbell Deadlift - 4 sets x 20 - Rest for 2 minutes after each set.
  • Dumbbell Split Squat - 4 sets x 12 each leg - Rest for 2 minutes after each set.
  • Single-Arm Dumbbell Lunge - 3 sets x 8 each side. Rest for 2 minutes after each set.
  • Split Jump - 4 sets x 8. Rest for 2 minutes after each set.