The leg muscles represent about half the muscle mass of the human body, so if you want to gain weight, this muscular group has to be very intense.
This muscle group, being the largest, is also the strongest and most resilient to the effort. No other muscles of the body benefit from these qualities at the same time. Extensive weights can be used in basic exercises, helping to release hormones – such as testosterone – that help increase overall muscle mass.
The training of the leg muscles is a challenge in the true sense of the word, the training being a particularly difficult one. Exercise is a great deal of oxygen and because of this, training is painful for both the muscles that contribute to the movement and the circulatory system.
Quadriceps muscles: the femoral right, the vast lateral, the medial, and the femoral – are located in the anterior thigh area and have the extension of the calf on the thigh;
The sciatic muscles: the femoral biceps, semitendinosus, semimembranosus – are located in the posterior area of a the thigh and act as a flexion of the calf on the thigh;
Muscle rods: large buttocks (with the extension of the lower limb) and middle fuser (it has the role of abduction and rotation outside the thigh);
Adductor muscles – are located in the medial area of a the thigh and have the role of adduction;
The muscles of the calves – the most important are the anterior tibial (it acts as a flexion of the foot of the foot on the foot) and the sural triceps formed by the external / internal gastrocnemians (twins) and the solitary ones.