This article is a guest post from my good friend and an amazing coach, Alex Mullan.
Alex is the creator of MASSthetics, and he has the best legs I’ve ever seen on a natural bodybuilder. Alex’s training tips have helped me pack on inches of size over the last year – my quads, hamstrings, and even my arms are much bigger thanks to his advice.
Today, Alex is teaching us a little something about leg training, particularly hamstrings. Most people I know really suffer in this department, and I used to as well, so this article will be massively helpful for all of you who want to grow your legs.
Enter Alex Mullan.
Oh my stringhams.
You know, that thick, hanging muscle that takes up real estate opposite your quad.
The muscle you spend a lot of time sitting on each day.
The muscle that looks insane when well developed.
Yet it’s a muscle that so few bother to train.
Or when you do, it’s a few token sets tacked onto the back end of some squats and lunges. Because at least you can say you did it then.
Then one day you wake up, head to the gym and realize; “oh my quad, my hamstrings are non-existent.”
Now you’ve got work to do, my friend.…