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Strong Legs Make A Strong Body

  • Legs are very important parts of our body, and we use them all the time through the day. Bio mechanical experts suggest that during all sports legs bear the most pressure, and a successful athlete always has strong legs. Playing a tough set of tennis is an impossible task without strength in legs, while the wood and iron shots in a peaceful game golf are also heavily dependent upon your legs.

    Even if we put the sports aside, there are many other daily activities which all of us undergo without knowing how much stress we put on our legs.  Carrying our children, carrying school bag and emptying the garbage can are trivial occupations, but put immense strain on our legs. Owing to the constant use of our legs in so many activities, ensuring their strength should be our top priority.


    There are several effective and easy exercises to build leg muscles. Four of the most popular are lunges, squat, box jump and vertical leap, and if adopted properly the four combine to give magical strength to your legs.

    Box jump involves jumping on boxes of different heights and strengthen the hip and thigh muscles. Vertical jump exercise is about standing in front of a wall with your arms straight over your head. Then, you have to jump in the same position as high as possible and then mark the point on the wall that your finger tips touch, the higher you jump the better.

    Through daily leg exercise, you can build your core and hip, and add to the overall agility in your body.

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  1. #1 junbi
    March 25, 2009 am31 7:42 am

    Greetings ,

    Leg exercise is important.

    However, a balanced body is what make you stronger. Focusing on a specific part or muscle in the body does not ensure you “physical excellence” .

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  2. #2 Karl Melvin
    November 17, 2009 am31 6:16 pm

    An interesting read and although I like many have tried several of the latest diets I have not been able to stick with them for various reasons. My last attempt is scheduled for next month and researchng the latest diets.

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  3. #3 Dental Insurance
    November 19, 2009 am31 9:05 am

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  4. #4 Dick Pillot
    January 9, 2010 am31 11:54 am

    Awesome post! I have been looking for a new fitness routine in yahoo and I found your blog. I just begin a training and I am pretty clueless.

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  5. #5 Andrew Pelt
    January 11, 2010 am31 10:15 am

    My dad can live without it atatax he loves it.

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