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Sherri R.

Sherri

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Photo taken from bodybuilding.com If you lift, you know about leg day. If you are thinking about lifting, then you will soon learn about leg day. For many, leg day means being cripple the day after leg day. Today was leg day for me but I won't...

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  • Michele

    Michele L.

    Senior Research Analyst at New Jersey Office of Legislative Services

    I know what you mean about creaky knees. I've been working out for a long time and do work out my legs but not on a consistent basis. After doing a 90 day fitness rotation that included weights and cardio, I decided to start lifting heavier weights. My arms and back were okay with that decision but when I started to up my weights with my legs, I really felt it on my knees. I was only doing lunges and squats and didn't start off too too heay (maybe 15-20 lb dumbbells and maybe 35-40 barbell) but I had to stop. I am now training my legs with PiYo (mat work and body strength exercises) and the occasional barre and lighter dumbbell work. I've seen a difference in my leg strength and definition with the PiYo. Hopefully, my knees will hold out! Thanks for this blog post!

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