The pull-up targets back muscles, specifically the latissimus dorsi (lats), as well as the trapezius, rhomboids, and biceps in the arm. Because pull-ups involve multiple muscle groups simultaneously, they are a great way to build strength and muscle mass and improve functional movement.

You must consume enough to build, repair, and maintain muscle tissue. For active individuals, protein is crucial. When a physically active person consumes inadequate amounts of protein necessary to rebuild and repair the muscles after working out, their performance suffers. Additionally, if you are trying to maintain a healthy weight, protein helps to keep you feeling full and satisfied after meals.

This leg routine requires little to no equipment for amazing results. It includes a warm-up and cool-down stretch session. Tone your legs anywhere you are!

For planning purposes, the workout will take 10 minutes for the warm-up, 4 minutes for one Leg Work circuit MULTIPLIED BY how many circuits you perform, plus about 10 minutes of stretching. This is a relatively quick workout.

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