We all go to bed at the same time. And we all wake up the same, too. So, in a way, our leg day routine is pretty much the same every day. We wake up at the same time, eat lunch, exercise, and go to bed. This is the standard that we adopt.
This is a good idea, but it can also be a BAD idea. If you go out for leg day every day all day, you can end up doing leg day two or three times to get out of the routine. For the sake of consistency, I don’t encourage this. Leg day should be broken up into smaller segments so that it’s something that you do every day (or even every two days) and nothing else.
I agree (and the fact that I’ve done it myself and it did not go well). I think for leg day to be a good idea you should plan some things out beforehand. For example, if you’re going to do leg day for the first time, you should do it in the morning. If you’re going to do leg day every day for the next year, you should do it in the evening.
As a side note, it seems that leg day works better for people who have to do this everyday. I can tell you from experience that I would do it every day, but I feel like I have to do it on a more regular basis.
I think leg day is best done every day because you need to build up a good body of work by doing it every day. It can take you a week+ to build up that body of work, so if you do it every day you can do it without taking a break.
If you want to do it every day, it’s best to do it on your first week. After that, you can start to vary it depending on whether you’re feeling lazy or you’re feeling ambitious. That’s because as you get better at doing it, you work more effectively.
There is a difference in leg day on your first day and your last. With your first day you get a lot of mileage out of it. By the end of your first week, you need to move on to the second week or you’ll plateau. If you do it every day your legs will be really sore and your mileage will be pretty low. If you do it every other day, your legs will be better, but your mileage will still be low.
Leg day is a really good example of this. A lot of people will do it every day, but they will burn out. I do it every other day. I feel more confident with each week, but my mileage will still be pretty low.
I have to admit, I got a bit of a kick out of that. I’m not sure which leg day is better, but I’ll just go with it.
The one question I would ask myself is, how often should I do leg day? I can think of a few hours per week, and some days, but usually I’ll think about doing it every day. I have to admit, I do need to get better at asking myself that question.