Leg Press Technique

Leg Press WorkoutHappy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. Mine was filled with food as usual, and I’ll admit, probably not the healthiest choices. But hey, that’s what weekends are for, right? I did fuel up yesterday because I knew I had a leg workout coming up this morning.

I’m going to post my entire leg workout but I’m focusing on the leg press technique I used. I’ve actually been going this for most all of my leg workouts. It’s a mixture of a superset and rest-pause set and deals with 2 different foot placements. Basically I’m doing 1 set with a close foot placement immediately followed by another set using a wider stance. This is the super-set part but like rest-pause sets, I’m using the same exercise and same weight.

Jason’s Monday Morning Leg Workout

Leg Extensions:
4 sets x 25 reps

Leg Press (superset foot placement):
4 x 20-24 reps

Plate-Loaded Squat Machine:
5 sets x 12, 12, 12, 12, 22 reps

Seated Leg Curls:
4 drop sets x 18-22 reps

Leg Extensions:
4 rest-pause sets x 20-24 reps

Leg Press:
Rest-Pause to 100 total reps

Hammer Strength Single-Leg Curls:
4 sets x 15 reps
– Superset with –
Single-Leg Extensions:
4 sets x 15 reps



Although I wanted to focus on what I’m calling my ‘Leg Press Superset Foot Placement’ technique there are some other techniques I’m using throughout this workout. I’m also doing some rest-pause sets, drop sets, and super sets. The idea was to exhaust my quads and hams this morning. That mission was accomplished and then some.

I didn’t do any abs or calves but I did walk for 30 minutes. My normal cardio has been walking on a slight incline on the treadmill at a moderate pace. Tomorrow is shoulders and traps, and I’ll throw in some calves.

Train with Passion,



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