Strong but undefined quads...

  1. Strong but undefined quads...


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    I have always had very strong legs, mostly on the leg press, I can easily do 350 kgs for 10 full reps and they have always been pretty big but I have no definition at all and I was wandering what excercises can I do to make them bigger, stronger and more defined. Thank you


  2. Squats, particularly front squats.
    And lunges - weighted or even a Bulgarian split squat

    I wouldn't try and build quads on a leg press personally
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  3. I'm told that leg extensions are great for adding definition but the machinery at my gym is a bit shoddy lol, and I haven't tryed lunges before, what is the correct technique?

  4. No specific exercise is going to add definition to the quads. If they are big but lack definition you just need to drop some body fat. Obviously what you are doing has worked for adding size if you are happy with that, you'll just have to spend a little time specifically dropping body fat to increase muscle definition.
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  5. That's my problem though my bf % is fairly low around 7% and at the moment I'm trying to bulk up without putting fat around the quads although I think it's impossible to train the specific muscles in such a way that stops fat from being deposited in that particular area
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Bigmac16 View Post
    That's my problem though my bf % is fairly low around 7% and at the moment I'm trying to bulk up without putting fat around the quads although I think it's impossible to train the specific muscles in such a way that stops fat from being deposited in that particular area
    You're correct the body will put fat on the body where it wants to. You have no say in the matter lol. Your quads look like a natural lifters quads.

  7. I'm bulking naturally too anyway I'm too young for AAS, plus I would prefer to push my body to the absolute limits of my genetics before I even consider using stronger supplements, atm my plan is that once I have put on at least 5 kgs I will use acetyl-carnitine and caffiene to help burn excess fat, any other suggestions for useful supplements would be handy lol, and I would still like my legs to get even bigger I just don't want them to look like the meat rolls that you see at a kebab shop, and is it a good ideas to start taking fat burning supplements now or after I have reached my weight goal?

  8. HIIT Cardio and a good diet will get you the ripped quads.

  9. Good stuff

  10. Squat, squat, and maybe some more squat. That's the most fundamental leg exercise for size, development, and then some.

  11. You're not 7% bf
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    You're not 7% bf
    This. And judging by your legs I'd just keep bulking another 20lbs or more if you can.
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