Heavy Leg Day
Athlete Brandon Beckrich visited the M&S HQ a few weeks back to get some killer workouts in. In this video Brandon takes us through a typical offseason leg day before starting his prep for the 2016 Nationals.
Brandon Beckrich had what he feels was his best prep prior to the 2015 Nationals.
Unfortunately, he was unable to show up in his greatest form due to an unpredicted illness the week prior to the show.
Full of desire to bring a better body to the 2016 Nationals stage, Brandon traveled to the Muscle & Strength Headquarters to dominate his quads in this intense workout.
Brandon is in the offseason stage of his workouts, which allows him to lift a little bit heavier while resting longer during his sets. The increased intensity is a perfect muscle building formula and Brandon is taking full advantage of his time before starting his 2016 Nationals prep.
If you’re looking to build some serious quads, you’ve come to the right place. Brandon’s quads are massive and this is exactly how he trains them!
- Exercise 1: Banded Leg Extensions
- Exercise 2: Back Squat
- Exercise 3: Hack Squats
- Exercise 4: Banded Front Squats
Brandon finishes up his leg day with free weight banded front squats. Utilizing the band will increase the resistance, especially at the top of the motion. Brandon himself says, “it feels like you’ve got someone pushing on your shoulders at the top.”
While it may look light, especially when doing less weight, the bands add about 60-70lbs (each) of resistance to the exercise.