Fitness & Health

LEGS: LAYING A STRONG FOUNDAITON

One of the most profound figures in Nepal Body building. Sachit Pradhan, has over 20 years of training experience, has taken part in several competitions and has won several titles as well. Overall champion of Mr. Himalaya twice and 3 times winner of South Asian Bodybuilding competition, he has been coaching for the past 14 years and has carved a new dimension to working out smartly.

Most people at the gym focus on their upper body (especially the arms and chest) while giving little attention to their legs. The ones who do focus on their trunks are either using too much weight or doing something wrong. This time around we will be talking about squats, which are a great workout for your legs, but it doesn’t end there. Squats are not just a leg work out; it puts your entire body under stress, working the lower back shoulders and majority of the core.

This fitness guru believes in laying a strong foundation. So what better way to start than with your legs. Legs are huge muscles so Sachit Pradhan believes in working the body part twice a week. But for beginners, working out your leg muscles just once a week is an achievement. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced weight lifter, always remember to workout your legs regularly.

So here is a list of must do’s if you want a strong and powerful foundation and a proportionate body:

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