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Ms. Olympia Hamstring Tip

22 November 2011 No Comment

Seems like when it comes to building and toning legs, all of the emphasis is always placed on the quads, aka thighs.  But that muscle is only part of the upper leg.  Your hamstrings and glutes must also be training correctly.  One woman that has some of the most developed pair of hams and glutes is Ms. Olympia Iris Kyle.

Recently Flex printed, “I keep my reps up for my hams.  I’ll do sets of 15 in the offseason, and precontest I go to sets of 20 (on lying leg curls, stiff-leg deadlifts and seated curls).  Also, precontest I’ll do high-rep sets of hypers (back extensions) every day to really bring in my hams, my glutes and my lower back.”

You can also use the B Lines Resistance Bands (Complete Kit)B Lines Resistance Bands (Complete Kit) to work your hams.

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