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Instructions and Help about Why Form 2220 Extensions

Hey, what's up guys? Today, we're going to talk about the leg extension. We're going to talk about why it's a great exercise for building your quads. The reason this video came about is because it seems like whenever a publication gets bored with their content, they use clickbait words. One of the most popular things they do is say, "Never do this exercise," or "This is the worst exercise for your legs." This is funny because they usually pick one of my demonstration videos to bash. If you haven't seen my video on how to do leg extension properly, I'll post a link to it. But this video is more about why it's not a bad exercise. When you're bodybuilding, you're trying to isolate different parts of your body to increase muscle size. Just like when you work out your biceps, you try to find different bicep exercises to target them in different ways. Well, the leg extension is a great exercise to help target your quads. The number one reason why publications say it's bad for you is because they claim it puts too much pressure on your knees. But what they don't tell you is that most people who complain about knee pain during this exercise don't know how to set it up properly. Most people don't even know that you can adjust the machine. They just sit down and start the exercise. But there are two things you need to keep in mind when doing a leg extension. First, you have to adjust the back pad. Second, you have to adjust the ankle pad. To adjust the machine, you need to align the pivot point with your knee. Push your seat back so that when you sit up straight, your lower back is comfortable against the back of...