What are some great lower body workouts? It all depends on what are you doing it for. Each sport needs a different particular workout focus. I used to run track (long distance), so I would focus more on cardio and my stride. I would do these particular stride exercises (slow-motion walking, but higher knee raises and full leg extension when landing on the ground-just like running down a hill).

HIPS

*see Fitness: Various Exercises for the Hip goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

Side Lying Leg Raise-HIp Abduction/Adduction

LEGS

Seated Leg Curl

What Muscles Does the Leg Curl/Extension Machine Work?
by KEITH TESCH Last Updated: Jan 16, 2014 livestrong.com
“…Leg curl and leg extension machines both exercise your legs, but each works muscles on different sides. Using a leg curl machine involves loading the muscles in the back or posterior of the leg. You either sit or lie down for this exercise, depending on the machine you use to bend your knee, or knee flexion. The leg extension machine involves straightening your leg against resistance and working the muscles on the front or anterior of the leg…

Seated Leg Press

How To: Seated Leg Press (Cybex)

Squats

Biomechanics

What Eccentric and Concentric Movements Are in a Squat? healthyliving.azcentral.com
“..

The squat is an effective leg-strengthening exercise if performed properly. Squats work virtually every muscle within your legs. When broken down into its components, the squat motion is more complex than it may seem. By being aware of both the eccentric and concentric movements in a squat, you can recognize the multiple muscles that are strengthened.
…”

What Muscles Are Used for Concentric Squats? : Online Personal Training

What Eccentric and Concentric Movements Are in a Squat? by MICHELLE MATTE Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 livestrong.com
“..oncentric and Eccentric Muscle Actions

When squatting, your muscle actions occur in two phases. During the concentric, or shortening, phase enough force is generated by your muscles to overcome opposing forces and produce movement. During the eccentric phase, muscle tension is present, but at a lesser magnitude than the opposing forces as your muscles lengthen. A third action, isometric contraction, occurs when muscle tension is present but the muscles do not change length. When planning training programs, much attention is focused on the concentric phase of exercise. But in compound exercises like squats that involve multiple joints and muscles, a great deal of work is done eccentrically as the muscles lengthen to provide a braking mechanism that slows the rate of movement and protects the body against injury…”

squatsalphotobiz

Power Squats With Sal

Tips:

Power Squat, from youtube.com

What do you do for your lower body? for what sport?

FEET

*see Fitness: Various Feet Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

*see Medical: Parts of the Muscular System goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

*see Medical: Endocrine System goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com

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