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Not every leg workout needs to be a pile of squats and lunges. Sometimes, you need a pile of squats and lunges and a few other exercises mixed in.
In this workout—the third in our workout program to boost your leg work—you’ll shift from last workout’s barbell complex back into a more traditional workout. By pairing exercises that train complementary muscle groups (or different sections of the body), you should be able to attack each set with greater intensity and shorter rest periods than a traditional bodybuilding split. Plus, the superset approach burns plenty of calories, too.
Perform the exercises marked with letters (A, B, etc.) in succession, resting as needed between sets until you’ve completed one set of each exercise in the series. Repeat the superset until you’ve done all the prescribed reps.
The finisher section of the workout is a bodyweight circuit. Do as many reps of an exercise as possible in 30 seconds, and then rest for 30 seconds. Repeat the pattern for each exercise in the circuit. Do 10 circuits total.