“Developing strong, muscular legs is a two-step process," says Brynn Putnam, founder of NYC’s Refine Method. "First, you need to build your body’s largest muscle groups—glutes, quads, and calves—proportionally. Second, you need to reduce body fat levels enough that this muscle development is visible.”
That’s exactly why high-intensity interval training (aka "HIIT") is so clutch. With this 20-minute, high-intensity workout, you'll not only hammer each of the major muscles in your legs—you can do it in less time, to boot.
Do these five exercises one after the other, repeating the circuit four times through. Rest only if absolutely necessary.
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