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How To Get Bigger Legs Without Lifting Weights | NICK RANA

The coronavirus pandemic is no excuse to skip legs.
Along with a bigger, stronger chest, shirt-strainingarmsand perfectly carvedsix-pack abs, most guys want their legs muscles to really pop. But it's easier said than done — especially at the minute when thecoronavirus pandemichas made getting to the gym impossible.

But while getting to the gym may be impossible, building bigger legs without a gym full of equipment isn't. Below, we showcase how you can pump up your legs with little or no weights, so no squirming under a deep barbell squat or tearing a deadlift from the floor necessary. In fact, all you need is a small amount of room and a shedload of tenacity.

To help you build bigger legs (calves, quads, hamstrings and more all included), we tapped up personal trainerNick Ranato draw you a personal blueprint to getting stacked down below. "This workout is a home workout using no equipment other than usual things you'll find at home," explains Nick Rana. But just bec…

Training With Minimal Equipment, Or Even Just Bodyweight Is Adequate To Get You In The Shape You Want | NICK RANA

You put in long hours at work, or maybe even work overnight shifts. You’re tight on moneyOpens in a new Window.. You want to spend downtime with friends. A hurricane or polar vortex has you barricaded in your home. Whatever the reason, there are times when you just can’t make it to the gymOpens in a new Window.. We’ve all been there. And so long as you don’t use that as an excuse to skip workoutsOpens in a new Window., you’re golden. There’s no reason you can’t build muscleOpens in a new Window., strength, and size at home. It won’t take all day, either. Training with minimal equipment, or even just bodyweight, is enough to get you in the shape you want.  The best part of all? You don’t even need to leave your home. The post-workout smoothie and shower are just steps away.
1. Bodyweight SpidermanDirections: Perform all A exercises, then all B exercises, then all C exercises. A1) Feet-elevated Pike Pushup
Sets: 4
Reps: 12
Rest: 60 seconds
Get into a pike positionOpens in a new Window.…