If you are looking for a lower body workout this Glutes, Quads and Thighs Challenge Workout Routine will not disappoint.

Strong leg muscles will support your knees and help you maintain a strong back. Not to mention, healthy legs are attractive!

Take a second and think about how blessed you are to have functioning legs, although you may have arthritis, nerve problems, or other causes for weak legs. Think about the complexities of leg movements! Your brain sends a signal to your spinal cord, which sends signals to the nerves to your legs, biochemical reactions take place and your muscle contracts. Ever further, the nerves in your legs send signals back to your spinal cord that carry information about balance, position, contraction strength, fatigue and pain.

To keep these systems functioning at their best, they need exercise attention. As soon as you perform your first squat, your body begins making microscopic adaptations to improve strength and endurance.

Sometimes thinking about the complexities of the human body motivates me to keep it functioning at its optimum level… Anyway, here is your Challenge for today:

Glutes, Quads and Thighs Challenge

Instructions

Move as fast as you can through all of the exercises while maintaining the proper form.

Use a stopwatch to time yourself and report your time below in the comments box! Good luck!

Click on each exercise to view an instructional video.

Go slow and be sure to focus on proper technique.

Muscles Worked:Shoulders, triceps, biceps, quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings.

Feel the burn in your thighs!

Muscles Worked: Glutes, hamstrings.

26 total. Don’t hate me… It’s outta love…

Muscles Worked: Lower extremity, focus on quadriceps.

25 seconds. This is actually a good workout for your glutes!

Muscles Worked: Glutes, hamstrings, back muscles.

Repeat 5 times!

 

Nice work with the Glutes, Quads and Thighs Lower Body Challenge Workout Routine!

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