Making our legs strong is very important because it is the most important part of our body which is used in mostly every work, so here are some tips to make our legs stronger.
1. REGULAR WALKING-
Walking is a gentle exercise that helps build strength in your legs as it firms and tones the muscles. It also improves circulation. Walk for a minimum of 30 minutes, at least 5 times a week. If you have difficulty walking, use some kind of support or consult your doctor for suggestions.
2. SQUAT JUMP-
With your feet hip-width apart, squat until your thighs are parallel to the floor, and then jump as high as you can. Allow your knees to bend 45 degrees when you land, pause in deep squat position for 1 full second, and then jump again.
Lie face up with arms at sides, palms face down, knees bent and feet flat on floor (A). Contract abs and glutes; raise hips to form a straight line from shoulders to knees (B). Hold for 25 seconds.
Most people think of Squats as only useful for improving raw power, but that’s not the case. Squats target all of your lower body muscles, encouraging even muscular development and improved overall strength. Depending on your weak areas (knees, back, hips, etc.), you can adjust the type of Squat to hit your lower body from the most effective angle.
5. LEG PRESS-
For those with lower back and knee problems, the Leg Press is an ideal solution. This movement helps to place most of the emphasis on the quads, reducing the strain on your joints. You can add a lot of weight to enhance your quad musculature, which will give you more strength for when you Squat. It’s not the best of the movements, but it’s a good one to add to your leg workout to focus on the quad muscles.