So usually on leg day I will focus on one main compound movement. I hit legs twice a week, usually one day with the hack squat(or some type of leg press) as the main lift and the other day ill do box squats. After this I would go to accessory work, which i dont really track as im 95% focused on the main lift. I use the accessory stuff more for the pumps/burn whatever and never follow a set rep/set scheme. I had previously been using the leg curl machines as my primary accessory movement for hammies and my knees click on them, which freaks me out in the first place, but I also feel they are not very "functional" and my goal for now is to cut out all the bull**** exercises and focus on just the heavy basic lifts. I understand the hamstring have two main functions, curling the leg and contracting at the hip (deadlift motion). If I do only straight legged deadlifts (knees slightly bent) will I be neglecting some portion of the hamstring and set myself up for an injury down the line, or will they grow unproportionally? I spend too much time in the gym as is and im just trying to cut out any unnecessary movements or lifts that I can to keep the focus on the bigger movements that will help me grow more. Im not really a powerlifter or bodybuilder, just like to be big and well proportioned.